Category: Liturgy

Misconceptions about Constantine, ecumenical councils’ weight, and the Sabbath

Dear friends, I have a few new articles upcoming. First I would like to bring attention to our brothers to have a look at our Jerusalem rights of our Templar Order: Jerusalem Sovereignty Proposal part I. Within the next month we will be finalizing the re-vamp of the above website and calling on Knights of the […]

Missing Verses from the Didache on Communion with Incense. Also see Sarum Missal and Apostles Didascalia for confirmation.

The Didache is widely considered an authoritative document on rules of the church. It is dated to the First Century. In the newer renditions of the Didache they cut off the last verses of Chapter 10. However the Coptic version and other pre 11th Century versions of papyrus manuscripts these verses are still there. The […]

Hours of Prayer (A Collection of Private Devotions) English Orthodox Liturgy of 1560

English Orthodox Liturgical supplement of 1560. A Collection of Private Devotions: In the practice of The Ancient Church called The Hours of Prayer as they were after this manner published by authority of Queen Elizabeth, 1560. Taken out of the Holy Scriptures, the ancient Fathers, and the Divine Service of our own church. Reprint from […]

Kingdom Come, Sanctuary for True Judah, and the coming Judgement

It is indeed time to get right with Yahweh and so we send this annual festal message. Let us prayerfully come to Him and study, reflect, and beg His forgiveness for ourselves and our nation (as His prayer tells us to pray for OUR sins, being His Kingdom people Israel’s sins). That we all be […]

Biblical Artwork Is Commanded By God For Churches (Orthodox answer for the doubting Toms)

For all of our doubting Toms / Protestant friends out there, we want you to know the facts about Biblical artwork. Most Orthodox theologians have not given you any answers but left you out in the cold. This is a first effort in history by the canonical Orthodox Church of the Culdees. Finally Protestants now […]

Feast of Tabernacles Day 1 High Holy Day, Lectionary Reflection, Dr. Stephen Michael, Primace OCC

Today’s High Holy Day Main Lectionary Reflection, Dr. Stephen Michael, Primace OCC Lectionary Text this great feast of Tabernacles at the ancient Piast strongholds of my family and of our True Israel Christendom nation(EMPIRE, multiple confederated states). We climax on the day of fire which is November 1st (a day celebrated by all Poles to […]

Orthodox English Lectionary for month of October 2018

The Culdees’ high holy day celebrations (feasts of YAHWEH) are included in bold, as per the Apostles’ Didascalia Calendar the first month Nisan which begins each year is started by the first visible crescent after the spring equinox. Every Saturday, Orthodox Sabbath is a lectionary sermon held live by the OCC on the website www.orthodoxchurch.nl. Trumpets […]

DAILY AGREEMENT POWER: The Daily Shama Prayer, a Celtic Orthodox and Biblical Divine Liturgical Prayer of True Israel Christendom

This great Biblical Temple Prayer (New Testament and Old Testament) is called “the Shama”, and it, or it’s equivalent, is daily chanted in all Christian Orthodox circles. Some do it twice, some three times per day. It is a time of reflecting on the #1 commandment and the #2 commandment. It is personal remembrance with […]

Free PDF E-Booklet: “Going Ape Over Political, Academic, Journalistic, and Ecumenical “Monkeybusiness”: A Swiss Tale — My Tribute to and Prayer for Christendom, Balaicius”

Below is a booklet by Balaicius, written in line with the Psalms we all daily chant together in agreement and pray for deliverance from the invading enemy savages. His ideas elaborate on some more meatier topics of how God has historically delivered His covenant nations.  Some may say his ideas are extreme, however still they are […]

“Occupy Till I Come”, Orthodox Lection for Today

Amen Brothers and Sisters, There  are so many points in today’s lectionary that are so important. “Occupy till I come” , “rule over My several cities”, “but those Mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring thither, and slay them before Me” (at His coming). These are the words of Jesus […]

Happy Feast Day of St. Colman, Another Strong Witness for the Orthodox Christian and Hebrew Calendar

He is one of many Celtic Orthodox witnesses, well known for keeping the correct days (and ways) of keeping the Christian Passover. Saint Colman followed in the original Hebrew and Christian Orthodox (Didascalia) Tradition of Saint Columbanus and the Holy Apostle Saint John. The Ephesian church is well known for holding out for the Biblical […]

From the Sabbath Divine Services, an Expository Sermon from the Daily Lection for February 17th, 2018

As syndicated LIVE every Sabbath, an exposition of the evening lection (from the evening Divine service). We are available and online weekly (and some extra days as well) for full participation in the chatroom on orthodoxchurch.nl , christsassembly.com, facebook.com and via the main url at http://www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/talkCast.jsp?masterId=73940&cmd=tc Psalmody: Psalm 89 and Psalm 160 First Reading: Jeremiah 4.1-18 […]

PDF: “ECCLESIASTICAL ANTIQUITIES OF THE CYMRY” OR THE ANCIENT BRITISH CHURCH ITS HISTORY, DOCTRINE, AND RITES

More on our Scythian connected tribe of the Cymri(Welsh). Free Book PDF: “ECCLESIASTICAL ANTIQUITIES OF THE CYMRY” OR THE ANCIENT BRITISH CHURCH ITS HISTORY, DOCTRINE, AND RITES Book download link https://www.OrthodoxChurch.nl/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Eccles-Antiqu-of-The-Cymry.pdf You may also find it in one of our Facebook libraries: https://www.facebook.com/groups/337184059802470/files/ “A very comprehensive book on our church history.” – Abp. Stephen Michael […]

Polish Translation (tłumaczenie) of Article “the Shama, a Prayer of Christendom…”

Polish translation of the article “Liturgical BCP Prayer, “THE SHAMA” A Prayer of Christendom and of the Culdees“ SHAMA Modlitwa Shama jest używana w naszej najstarszej liturgii Chrześcijańsliej Kuldów, a dzisiaj można ją znaleźć w Anglikańskim Modlitewniku Poszechnym, używanym również przez Kościół Rzymsko-Katolicki jako część Eucharystii, kiedy recytuje 10 Przykazań. Niektóre wersje Modlitewnika, jak np. […]