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The Divine Liturgy A To Z

The Divine Liturgy lessons were written by Anna Pelligrini and edited by Fr. Andrew Harrison in 1985 for St. Innocent Church school in Tarzana California when Fr. Andrew was the Rector. They were written for children but the lessons are useful for adults. They reveal how much of the Divine Liturgy is taken from both the Old and New Testaments. If these lesson plans where useful to you please let us know through the Guest Book on this web site. Thank you.

Lesson 1 - The Five Loaves OF Bread
Lesson 2 - Sacrifices
Lesson 3 - God gave the Divine Liturgy
Lesson 4 - The Liturgies
Lesson 5 - The Temple Building
Lesson 6 - The Altar Table
Lesson 7 - The Liturgy of Preparation or Prosksmedia
Lesson 8 - The Liturgy of the Catecumens
Lesson 9 - The Great Litany
Lesson 10 - The Antiphons
Lesson 11 - The Little Entrance, Epistle and Gospel
Lesson 12 - The Creed
Lesson 13 - The Consecration
Lesson 14 - The Lord's Prayer
Lesson 15 - Holy Communion