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This article is an orphan , as no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles ; try the Find link tool for suggestions. The Praise consists of various canticles directly from the Holy Bible , known in the Coptic Language as a "Hoos", as well as other praises that vary by day of the week. As its name suggests, the Midnight Praise typically happens late at night, preceding a liturgy in the morning.

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What does that name mean? Mary, the Coptic Church, always cognizant of St. But I am always disappointed. Mary is not really mentioned much until the last couple of hours. Of course, the entire vigil is not simply intended to honor St. Mary, as it is a preparation to receive our Lord, but there is an additional focus on St. Mary more so than at other times of the year. And that would be easy to accomplish, by simply adding the daily Theotokias that are at present absent from the service.

What am I talking about? Today, the explanation melody is no longer needed, as the translation of the hymn is readily available and usually projected on a screen for everyone to see. And many times the four canticles are sung in alternating Coptic and the language of the congregants Arabic, English, etc. A page of a manuscript 17th—19th century showing the start of Kiahk psalmody. It is interesting to see no translation in the margins as is usually found in other manuscripts.

Maybe the translation is found on some later page. Manuscript of the Seven Theotokias, written in Coptic and Arabic in Mary, spread throughout the entirety of the service. There are other ways to improve it as well. There needs to be better translations in English and other languages of many of the songs.

If interested in providing one and seeking approval by the church to use it, contact me! Mary, in the language of their land, and then choose winners whose songs are approved by the Holy Synod to be acceptable if sung as part of the Kiahk vigil?

Why not! Many of the songs we have today are late additions by certain cantors or others. What ever happened to that? Sadly today, people seem to have grown weak in being able to withstand extended hours of prayer and praise. This is in stark contrast with the past. Who would believe that they should thus go beyond the devout anchorites of the desert?

Pishoy d. AD did it, and so many others. This is the rope in the cell of St. Pishoy that he used to keep from falling asleep. Picture courtesy of Katherine Nawar. Where will you go? If you had no relationship with the angels and the saints here on earth, how will you live with them when you meet them in heaven? If you love material possessions, crave the fulfillment of physical desires, and lust after worldly desires, what will you do when you go to heaven and the material and physical desires are nonexistent?

What will you say then? The heavens will not do for me. Send me back to earth! Paul the Anchorite near the Red Sea mountains. Possibly dates back to the 18th century.

Kiahk Praise book published by Fr.

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This article is an orphan , as no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles ; try the Find link tool for suggestions. The Praise consists of various canticles directly from the Holy Bible , known in the Coptic Language as a "Hoos", as well as other praises that vary by day of the week. As its name suggests, the Midnight Praise typically happens late at night, preceding a liturgy in the morning. Outside the monasteries, this usually only happens on Saturday night followed by the Sunday liturgy, and often happens in the evening though not necessarily at midnight. In monasteries the Midnight praise usually occurs every night, often in the early hours before dawn. Format Edit After praying the Agpeya , Tasbeha begins with the hymn known as Ten Theno which calls on God to awaken us from our slumber so that we may praise Him fittingly.

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