AKOLOUTHIA

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AKOLOUTHIA

AKOLOUTHIA - Greek term for (a) the order of a service (Slavonic: chinoposledovanie), or (b) the service itself (Slavonic: sluzhba). When a new saint is canonized a complete akolouthia for that saint is written, including all necessary texts for hesperinos, orthros and the Divine Liturgy, and normally an akathist and paraklesis of the saint. Full akolouthiai exist for many saints never formally canonized.

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