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E  --  Entrances  --   Epiclesis
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L  --  Litanies
P  --  Pray for People  --   Prayer of the Ambon  --  Prokimena

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Calendar

WARNING: The numbering of the Sundays after Pentecost and the Sundays of the Holy Cross seem to be based on a specific year.

Sundays of the Triodion:
1st Luke 18:10-14 (Pharisee and Publican)
2nd Luke 15:11-32 (Prodigal Son)
3rd Matt 25:31-46 (Meatfare Sunday--The Last Judgement)
4th Matt 6:14-21 (Cheesefare Sunday)

Sundays of Lent:
1st John 1:43-51 (Sunday of the Triumph of Orthodoxy)
2nd Mark 2:1-12 (St Gregory Palamas; Holy Relics)
3rd Mark 8:34-9:1 (Sunday of the Holy Cross)
4th Mark 8:27-31 (St John Climakos)
5th Mark 10:32-45 (St Mary of Egypt)

Great and Holy Palm Sunday John 12:1-18

Holy and Glorious Pascha--The Resurrection of the Lord
At Hajmeh Mark 16:1-18
At Liturgy John 1:1-17

Sundays after Pascha
1st John 20:19-31 (Thomas Sunday)
2nd Mark 15:43-16:9 (Myrrh-Bearing Women)
3rd John 5:1-15 (The Paralyzed Man)
4th John 4:5-42 (The Samaritan Woman)
5th John 9:1-38 (The Man Born Blind)
6th John 17:1-13 (Fathers of 1st Ecumenical Council)
7th John 7:37-8:12 (Holy and Glorious Pentecost Sunday)

Sundays after Pentecost
1st Matt 10:32-38, 19:27-30 (All Saints)
2nd Matt 4:18-23 (Divine Body)
[Fathers of 1st 6 Councils] Matt 5:14-19 (13-19 July)
3rd Matt 6:22-33
4th Matt 8:5-13
5th Matt 8:28-9:1
6th Matt 9:1-8
7th Matt 9:27-35
8th Matt 14:14-22
9th Matt 14:22-34
10th Matt 17:14-23
11th Matt 18:23-35
12th Matt 19:16-26
13th Matt 21:33-42
14th Matt 22:2-14
15th Matt 22:35-46
16th Matt 25:14-30
17th Matt 15:21-28 (The Canaanite Woman; see 16th Sun of Holy Cross)

Sunday before the Holy Cross John 3:13-17

Sunday after the Holy Cross Mark 8:34-9:1

Sundays of the Holy Cross:
1st Luke 5:1-11 (18th after Pentecost)
2nd Luke 6:31-36 (19th after Pentecost)
3rd Luke 7:11-16 (20th after Pentecost)
4th Luke 8:5-15 (Fathers of the 7th Council [11-18 Oct]; 21st after Pent)
5th Luke 16:19-31 (read only between 30 Oct and 5 Nov; 22nd after Pentecost)
6th Luke 8:27-39 (23rd after Pentecost)
7th Luke 8:41-56 (24th after Pentecost)
8th Luke 10:25-37 (25th after Pentecost)
9th Luke 12:16-22 (26th after Pentecost)
10th Luke 13:10-17 (read only between 4-10 Dec; 27th after Pentecost)
11th Luke 14:16-25 (Sunday of the Ancestors, 11-17 Dec; 28th after Pentecost)
[Sunday before Christmas] Matt 1:1-25 (Genealogy of the Lord; 18-24 December)
[Sunday after Christmas] Matt 2:13-23 (Prophet David, Apostle James, St Joseph)
[Sunday before Theophany] Mark 1:1-8 (Ministry of John the Baptist and Forerunner)
[Sunday after Theophany] Matt 4:12-17 (Sunday between 7-13 January)
12th Luke 17:12-19 (read only between 14-20 Jan, when Pascha is 8-25 April; 29th after Pentecost)
13th Luke 18:18-28 (read only between 24-30 November; 30th after Pentecost)
14th Luke 18:35-42 (31st Sunday after Pentecost)
15th Luke 19:1-10 (Sunday of Zacchaeus; 32nd after Pentecost)
16th Matt 15:21-28 (Sunday of the Canaanite Woman; occurs only when Pascha is late enough so that there are four Sundays between the Sunday after Theophany and the First Sunday of the Triodion; 17th after Pentecost)


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