The life of an Orthodox Christian is a life of prayer. It is extremely hard to categorize prayer as separate from the other parts of Orthodox life and therefore there is likely to be some overlap in this category. Icons are frequently used in Orthodox prayers, but they have a category of their own.
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The Divine Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom
A text of the most common Eucharistic liturgy currently in use in the Orthodox Church.
The Divine Liturgy of St. James
An often forgotten liturgy of the Orthodox Church; sometimes said in monasteries and cathedrals on St. James' day.
The Divine Liturgy of St. Mark
An ancient eastern liturgy no longer in active use in the Orthodox churches.
On Prayers and Sacraments
Extensive list of prayers and liturgical services maintained by Bishop Alexander of Buenos Aires (ROCOR)
Prayer is an indispensable element of every Orthodox Christian's life. The following are a selection of Orthodox prayers from the rich Tradition of our Church.
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