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Prayer book

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Contemporary English: Update link to purchase UOCC / UOCoUSA 900-pg Prayer Book (UOCC-based store seems to no longer exist, but what I'm 99% sure is same book is on USA site.)
*''My Prayer Book'', published in 2003 by the Attendants of Hieromonk Spyridon of [ New Skete], Mount Athos, Greece, is a modern English translation of common Greek Orthodox prayers found in many ''Proseuchetarion''. The text is available online [ here].
*''Orthodox Prayer Book'', published by [ Holy Protection Monastery] in Lake George, Colorado, is a modern English prayer book containing the common morning and evening prayers used in the Russian tradition, plus prayers for loved ones and various needs, Canons to Our Guardian Angel and for Repentance, Paraklesis to the Theotokos, and prayers before and after Holy Communion.
*''Good Shepherd Prayer Book'', Second Edition, published by the [[Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada]], is a truly comprehensive 900+ page bilingual Ukrainian/modern English prayer book containing full morning and evening prayers, prayers for various needs, the services of Great Vespers, Matins, and the Divine Liturgies of St. John Chrysostom and St. Basil the Great, a 30 page catechism, prayers of preparation for the mysteries of confession and Holy Communion, prayers following communion, resurrectional tones, daily changeable portions of the Liturgy, hymns and prayers from the General Menaion, the Lenten Triodion, the Pentecostarion, and the Festal Menaion, akathists to Christ, the Theotokos, and St. Nicholas, Molebens to Christ and the Theotokos, the Memorial Litia and more. Published with a heavy hardbound cover, heavy stock paper and 5 colored ribbons, it is available from the [http prayer_books Consistory Church Goods Store].
* [ ''The Hours of Prayer - A Book of Devotion''], prepared by Priestmonk Leonty and the Orthodox Brotherhood of the Virgin Mary of the [[American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese]], is a modern English translation of the hours for private use by the laity. Along with the midnight office, matins, vespers, compline, 1st / 3rd / 9th hours and the Paschal hours, included are troparia and kontakia of Sundays, weekdays, feasts, Triodian and Pentecostarion, as well as the Typica service, morning and evening prayers, akathists to Our Savior and the Mother of God, and prayers before and after communion

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