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On l’a maintes fois constate et on aura encore l’occasion de le constater : en matière liturgique il faut tenir compte des disparitions provoquées par les conflits doctrinaux issus du concile de Calcédoine. On a en effet profite des grandes catastrophes survenues a la suite des invasions des perses sassanides et des arabes islamiques pour imposer la liturgie dite “byzantine” aux dépens des liturgies plus anciennes dont seules les Églises périphériques, arménienne et géorgienne, ont conserve traces.
But this very progress for them was possible only if one would avoid the pitfalls of “novelties,” inconsistent with the “apostolic” foundations of the faith, given once and for all in Scripture and the original kerygma of the eyewitness of Jesus. 67 This humble tradition proclaims and enhances the understanding of who the magnificent saint, the Theotokos, truly was as her life unfolded the plan of God. C. Liturgy of Orthros: definitions and structure 1. Definition of key terms relating to the Divine Hours The Divine Hours, also known as the Divine Office, was first developed in the ancient days of the Church as an extension and amplification of the Hebrew hours of daily prayer and praise for God.
This fact, in itself, gives rise to the theological import of all signs, symbols, and mystical text. ” Like bright colored shards in the kaleidoscope, the functions of the goddesses, the imperial deity taken from the court, and the humble maiden of Luke’s gospel recombined themselves into a uniquely Constantinopolitan creation, the Theotokos. 111 54 This theory is upside down in terms of the concept of Christian anamnesis. The argument by Limberis is comprehensive in asserting connections between actual phrases in secular and pagan poetic literature and the liturgical text of the 4th century onward.