UKRAINIAN CATHOLIC YOUTH & YOUNG ADULTS

Archeparchy of Winnipeg

Parish Liturgical Resources ~ Divine Liturgy, The Hours, Vespers, Compline etc

Approved Publications for Use:

PDF – Proclaiming the Word of God (TEXT) – Basic Skill for Readers

PDF – Proclaiming the Word of God (CARD) – Basic Skill for Readers

 

PDF – Episcopal Divine Liturgy 2012

 

Texts Under Review:

PDF – Great Vespers (Eng/Ukr) 2013

PDF – Christian Initiation of Infants 2012 – FINAL

PDF – General Introduction to the Christian Initiation of Adults – (DRAFT)

PDF – Service of Crowning (Eng & Ukr) 2012

PDF – Order of Burial for Laity – Text (2012)

PDF – CLERGY OFFICE BOOK PDF – 6th Hour (Great Fast)

 

God is with us compline 1225-001

 

Great Vespers (Royaldoors.net):
Google Doc | Word | PDF

Matins (Royaldoors.net):
Google Doc | Word | PDF

Divine Liturgy:
PDF – Jan 06- Holy Theophany of Our Lord – ENGLISH
PDF – Jan 06- Holy Theophany of Our Lord – UKRAINIAN
PDF – Jan 06- Holy Theophany of Our Lord – ENG/UKR

PDF – Jan Liturgical Booklet – ENG/UKR

HYMNS AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOADING
                                                                  (Free Sheet Music)

 

Unless otherwise noted all music is offered in both Greek and modern English. In books and
booklets, the two languages are side-by-side. For individual hymns, the Greek is on the first page
and the English on the second page. Scroll down to the second page to see the English version.

When printing PDF files, page scaling should be set to “none,” especially for booklets.

 

VESPERS

 

Kyrie Ekekraxa / Lord I Have Cried Out (Psalms 140-141):
Tone 1                  Tone 2                  Tone 3             Tone 4
Plagal Tone 1     Plagal Tone 2     Grave Tone     Plagal Tone 4
Fos Ilaron / O Joyful Light  (Sakellariedes) – Chant Version
Fos Ilaron / O Joyful Light – Harmonized Version          GREEK MIDI        ENGLISH MIDI

Music for the Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts
In English with some Greek.

THE MNEMONIC VERSES – A QUICK AND EASY GUIDE TO THE
BYZANTINE TONES
By Jessica Suchy- Pilalis. A four-page primer on the music theory of the
Byzantine Octoechos taught through the medium of some short and
clever mnemonic melodies. This is a very easy way to be introduced to
the Tones and their modes.

The Beatitudes, First Tone, in English

Psalm 23, Plagal Fourth Tone, in English
Psalm 135, First Tone, in English

The Lord’s Prayer, 4-part, N. Kedrov, adapted by S. Takis, in English
  (Greek Version)          (French Version)

 

NATIONAL ANTHEMS
Canada (in English)
Canada (in French)
United States
Greece (in Greek)
Greece (in English, translated by Rudyard Kipling)

   

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