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Daily Menaion Services in Slavonic

Slavonic texts compiled with the IRMOLOGIAN Slavonic Font. This web site is meant to help people who are conducting readers services, therefore the Menaion Services include all Scripture readings, Prokiemenons, and other parts that are normally omitted from the Menaion. They have been included to reduce the need for flipping through pages in different books. For example; the Sunday dismissal Theotokion may be included (even though it is not used for daily services in some cases), but for those who only conduct readers services on Sundays it is usefull.

Saintly Metropolitan Philaret
Metr. Philaret
Circa 1975