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But it is also certain that the modern Liturgy of St.

Chrysostom has received considerable modifications and additions since his time.

But the service that bears his name is not at all shorter than the present one of St. We may, then, suppose that by his time the Liturgy of Cæsarea had been considerably lengthened by additional prayers (this is the common development of Liturgies). The Second Council of Nicæa (787) says: "As all priests of the holy Liturgy know, Basil says in the prayer of the Divine Anaphora: We approach with confidence to the holy altar . It would seem that the importance of the See of Cæsarea (even beyond its own exarchy), the fame of St.

When we say, then, that the rite of Constantinople that bears his name is the Liturgy of St. Basil, it must be understood that Basil is rather the chief turning-point in its development than the only author of the change. This is a compilation of three texts in the Basilian Liturgy: Keep the good in their virtue; come several times at the beginning of prayers; and the last words are an acclamation made by the choir or people at the end of several (Renaudot, I, p. Basil, and the practical convenience of this short Liturgy led to its adoption by many Churches in Asia and Syria.

The outline and frame remain; into this frame new prayers are fitted. Basil in its oldest extant form is substantially authentic, namely, from the beginning of the Anaphora to the Communion. This oldest form of the Basilian Liturgy is contained in a manuscript of the Barberini Library of about the year 800 (manuscript, III, 55, reprinted in Brightman, 309-344). Basil now used in the Orthodox and Melkite (or Melchite) Churches (Euchologion, Venice, 1898, pp.

As a general rule liturgies keep the disposition of their parts, but tend to change the text of the prayers. Basil took as the basis of his reform the use of Cæsarea in the fourth century. The Mass of the Catechumens and the Offertory prayers have developed since his death. Gregory Nazianzen, in describing the saint's famous encounter with Valens at Cæsarea, in 372, describes the Offertory as a simpler rite, accompanied with psalms sung by the people but without an audible Offertory prayer (Greg. 75-97; Brightman, 400-411) is printed after that of St.

Includes the Catholic Encyclopedia, Church Fathers, Summa, Bible and more — all for only .99... That the original rite that stands at the head of this line of development is that of Antioch is proved from the disposition of the present Liturgy of St.

BYZANTINE RITE.) The Liturgies, Divine Office, forms for the administration of sacraments and for various blessings, sacramentals, and exorcisms, of the Church of Constantinople, which is now, after the Roman Rite, by far the most widely spread in the world. Basil, to which we have already referred; from the fact that, before the rise of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, Antioch was the head of the Churches of Asia Minor as well as of Syria (and invariably in the East the patriarchal see gives the norm in liturgical matters, followed and then gradually modified by its suffragan Churches); and lastly by the absence of any other source.

This ending was added to the Our Father in the Codex of the New Testament used by St. John Dam., De Fide Orth., III, 10); this probably gives the date of its insertion into the Liturgy.

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