which means the word "passion"
which means the word "passion"
- passion - passion. in a more vulgar sense - your girlfriend.
- The one about whom we care and suffer
- The most late Orthodox service - Passion (Greek "suffering") - was compiled in the middle of the XVII century by Metropolitan Peter of Kiev (Tomb), the creator of many liturgical forms. These are the special services performed in Lent, during which the Gospel is read of the Sacred God's suffering. Initially, passions were common in the southern regions of Russia, but by the twentieth century they began to be carried out everywhere.
The end of the Passion is 4 times a year (according to the number of Evangelists): on the second, third, fourth and fifth Sundays (or Fridays) of Lent in the evenings. As the name implies, these services commemorate the saving sufferings of the Lord Jesus Christ. Behind every pass the evangelical narrations about this are read: on the first -26 and 27 chapters from Matthew, on the second - 14 and 15 from Mark, on the third -22 and 23 from Luke, on the fourth 18 and 19 from John. Traditionally, during the reading of the Gospel, the worshipers stand with lighted candles in their hands.
In addition, on the pass we hear some touching chants from the divine service of Great Friday - the day of the bodily death of the Lord. Thus, the verses "Come, we will blaspheme Joseph remembered," which is sung during the kissing of the Shroud of Christ, is performed; Before the reading of the Gospel, the prokeimenon "Divide My Robe to Meself, and My Masha's Clothes for Matter" sounds like a proke ... These and other prayers take us to Golgotha, reminding us again and again of the ultimate goal of Fasting-the crucifixion with Christ. At the end of the service, all believers with reverence approach to worship before the Crucifixion, the Cross of Christ, which is carried on the pass to the middle of the temple.
A sermon without fail is preached with a lesson on the Atonement. The early rite of this service did not provide for any parts, but popular piety added to the gospel and preaching also the akathist - the Cross of Christ or the Passion of the Lord, which is usually sung not only by singers, but by all pilgrims. It is not surprising that Russian Orthodox Christians love Russia so much. Passions make a deep impression on the believers. By their inner content, they deliver high spiritual comfort and edification to the worshipers.
True, in some quarters there is an opinion that passion is the product of Catholicism. It sees a semblance of the Catholic masses of Bach for Holy Week (known as "Passion for Matthew," "Passion for John"). This opinion is groundless. On the contrary, Metropolitan Peter was a follow-up to the magnificent Catholic services, because of which many adherents of external splendor accepted the union. The spirit of the Passion is completely Orthodox: a casual resemblance to the Catholic services in form is dissolved by the deepest spiritual and moral content.
- I do not exactly know, but it is consonant with the English "passion" which means "passion"
- Passion - (from Latin passio - passion) is an object of love of passion.
- The word "passion" has many meanings. Passion, Passion,. (from Latin passio - passion). The subject of love, passion. He has a new passion. I promised myself the next day to visit my former "passion".
Passion The subject of love, passion; beloved, beloved
Passion suffering Church and liturgical rite, a local institution of the South-Russian region, unknown in Great Russia.
PASSIA Passive, passive, inert, inactive or in peace. Passive trade, where imports exceed exports. Passive debts, unremitting, requiring urgent payment.