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All Night Vigil

All Night Vigil

May 10, 2009, from 1:00 am - 4:30 am

The Sunday of the Paralytic Tone 3 Vespers: Priest: “Glory to the Holy…” Choir: “Amen” Priest: “Christ is risen…” 2 ½ times. The Choir sings the conclusion of “Christ is Risen” and then the select verses of Psalm 103. Blessed is the man At Lord I have Cried: Octoechos 7 (also found in the Pentecostarion); Paralytic 3; G: Paralytic; N: Sunday Dogmatic in the tone of the week Aposticha: Resurrection (in the tone of the week) 1; Paschal Stichera; G: Pentecostarion; N: “It is the day of resurrection…” and “Christ is risen…” x1. Troparia: “O Theotokos and Virgin…” x3 Matins: Choir: “Christ is risen…” x3 Reader: “Glory to God in the highest…” and the 6 psalms as usual. Troparia after God is the Lord: Resurrection x2; G/ N: Resurrectional Theotokion (Tone 3). Sessional hymns from the Pentecostarion Blessed are the Blameless The Evlogitaria Hypakoe; Hymns of Ascent, and Prokimenon in tone of the week Matins Gospel 4 “Having beheld the Resurrection…” x3; Psalm 50; Glory: “Through the prayers of the Apostles,” Both now: “Through the prayers of the Theotokos,” “Have mercy on me, O God,” “Jesus having risen…” Then the Litany: “Save, O God, Thy people…” Canon: Pascha (with the 2 Theotokia) 8 “Christ is risen from the dead.” Paralytic 6 “Glory to Thee, our God, glory to Thee.” Katavasia: “It is the day of resurrection…” After Ode 3, Kontakion and Ikos of Pascha; Sessional hymns from the Pentecostarion After Ode 6, Kontakion and Ikos from the Pentecostarion At Ode 9, We do not sing “More Honorable...” Instead we immediately begin the Irmos of the 9th ode. Holy is the Lord, our God. Exapostilaria: Pascha; G: Pentecostarion; N: Repeat Praises: Resurrection 8; G: Pentecostarion N: “Most blessed art thou…” After the dismissal: G/N: Gospel Sticheron; followed by First Hour. At the Hours: Troparion: Resurrection; Kontakion: Pentecostarion.

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