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THE EUCHOLOGION

 THE TRISAGION FOR

THE DEAD DURING BRIGHT WEEK

 

 

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PRIEST

Blessed is our God always, now and for ever: world without end.

Amen.

Christ is risen from the dead, by death he hath overcome death, and to them in the graves hath he given life. (3)  

Jesus having risen from the tomb as He foretold, hath granted unto us, life eternal and great mercy.

Have mercy upon us, O God, according to Thy great mercy; we pray Thee, hear us and have mercy.

Kyrie eleison.

Again we pray for the repose of the soul[s] of the departed servant[s] of God [name(s)], and for the forgiveness of his [her, their] every transgression, voluntary and involuntary.

Let the Lord God establish his [her, their] soul[s] where the just repose; the mercies of God, the kingdom of the heavens, and the remission of his [her, their] sins, let us beseech of Christ, our immortal King and our God.

Grant us, O Lord.

Let us pray unto the Lord.

Kyrie eleison.

O God of all spirits and of every flesh, who didst trample down death and didst overcome the devil, bestowing life to this world; do Thou, O Lord, give rest to the soul[s] of Thy departed servant[s] [name(s)] in a place of light, in a place of green pasture, in a place of refreshment, from whence pain, sorrow and mourning have fled away. Every sin committed by him [her, them] in thought, word or deed, do Thou as our good and man-befriending God forgive: for there is no man that shall live and not sin, Thou alone art without sin. Thy righteousness is an everlasting righteousness, and thy law is truth.

 

For Thou art the resurrection, the life and the repose of Thy departed servant[s] [name(s)], O Christ our God, and to Thee we ascribe glory, together with Thine eternal Father and Thine all-holy, good and life-giving Spirit, now and for ever: world without end.

Amen.

Glory be to Thee, O our God, glory be to Thee.

May He who is risen from the dead and by death hath overcome death, and to them in the graves hath given life, Christ our true God, by the prayers of His most holy Mother; of the holy and all-glorious Apostles; of our holy God-bearing Fathers; and of all the saints, assign to the dwelling place of the righteous the soul of his departed servant (..)  who has departed from us, grant it rest in the bosom of Abraham and number it among the righteous, and may he have mercy upon us, for He is good and loving-kind.

Everlasting be thy [your] memory, O our brother [sister, brethren], who art worthy of blessedness and eternal memory. [3]

Everlasting be the memory, everlasting be the memory, everlasting be his [her, their] memory.

Christ is risen from the dead, by death he hath overcome death, and to them in the graves hath he given life.   

The Lord  is risen indeed.