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After the appearance of the very first Slavonic printed liturgicon in Venice in 1519 containing the Eucharistic formulary, only a few independent editions in several cultural centres were edited… (More)
The Byzantine Church in Slavic countries, in the act of Union with the Catholic Church, attempted to secure its rituals so that they remained untouched and unaltered. Despite the original intentions,… (More)
The Archbishop of Polotsk Josaphat Kuncevic supposedly supervised over the editorial work on the liturgicon published in Vilnius in 1617, although the references sug¬gesting this do not appear very… (More)
Liturgical formularies of the Byzantine (or Constantinopolitan) tradition have undergone many intercalations and omissions that have modified its actual cursus during the centuries. Post-Communial… (More)
Milos Lichner: Kontextualny pohľad na sviatosť krstu v Sermones svateho AugustinaWalerian Bugel: Anafora jako teologický text: Vybrane otazky na přikladu pokoncilnich eucharistických modliteb řimske… (More)