Prayer book 3.21

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Orthodox Prayer Book – You can adjust the font size and background color for easy reading. Does not contain ads and does not require an internet connection. You can set the language – read in Russian or Church Slavonic. Please note that in Church Slavonic the set of prayers is much smaller than in Russian!

All settings for this application are made through the menu. If the menu button is not shown on your phone, then you can call the menu in another way. For pages with lists – you need to click on the title of the list, for pages with the text of prayers – you need to click in the upper left corner of the window.

Clicking in the lower right corner of the prayer window turns the page down; clicking in the upper right corner scrolls the page up. You can also turn pages using the volume buttons.

When you read a prayer or akathist, you can add to your favorites – through the menu item “Add to favorites”. Removing from favorites – through the menu “Clear favorites” (all is deleted), or through a long press on an item in the list (a menu appears with a single item – “delete”).

The main prayers can be read in Church Slavonic script (switching the language through the menu on the main page).

The main prayers are verified with the publication “Prayer Book and Psalter”, publishing house of the Sretensky Monastery, Moscow, 2004.

The application includes the following prayers:

– Morning prayers

– Prayers for future sleep

– Canon of repentance to our Lord Jesus Christ

– Canon of prayer to the Most Holy Theotokos

– Canon to the Guardian Angel

– Akathist to Jesus the Sweetest

– Akathist to the Most Holy Theotokos

– Akathist to St. Nicholas

– Follow-up to Holy Communion

– Prayers of thanks for Holy Communion

– Holy Easter Hours

– Canon of Holy Easter

– Akathist to the Resurrection of Christ

– Canon for the sick

– Different prayers

– The Great Penitential Canon of Andrew of Crete

– Akathist to the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

– Akathist to the Cross of the Lord

– Akathist to the Introduction to the Temple of the Most Holy Theotokos

– Akathist to the Nativity of Christ

– Akathist to the Epiphany of the Lord

– Akathist to the Presentation of the Lord

– Akathist to the Annunciation of the Most Holy Theotokos

– Akathist to the Lord’s Entry into Jerusalem

– Akathist to the Ascension of the Lord

– Akathist of the Most Holy and Life-giving Trinity

– Akathist to the Transfiguration of the Lord

– Akathist to the Assumption of the Most Holy Theotokos

– Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the Vladimir icon

– Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the icons “Seeking the Perished” and “Joy of All Who Sorrow”

– Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the icon “The Tsaritsa”

– Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the icon “Sovereign”

– Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the Don icon

– Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the icon “Life-giving source”

– Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the Iberian icon

– Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the Kazan icon

– Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the icon “Mammal”

– Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the icon “Inexhaustible Chalice”

– Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the icons “Seven Arrows” and “Softening Evil Hearts”

– Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the icon “Quick to Hearken”

– Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the icon “The Assistant of Sinners”

– Akathist to the Mother of God in front of the icon “Feodorovskaya”

– Akathist to the Martyr Abraham of Bulgaria

– Akathist to the Martyrs Adrian and Natalia

– Akathist to the Blessed Prince Alexander Nevsky

– Akathist to the great martyr Anastasia the Patterner

– Akathist to the Monks Anthony and Theodosius of the Caves

– Akathist to Great Martyr Barbara

– Akathist to the martyrs Vera, Nadezhda, Lyubov, and their mother Sophia

– Akathist to the great martyr George

– Akathist to the martyrs Gury, Samon and Aviv

– Akathist to the Monk Daniel of Moscow

– Akathist to the great martyr Demetrius of Thessalonica

– Akathist to Great Martyr Catherine

– Akathist to the Venerable Martyr Grand Duchess Elizabeth

– Akathist to Saint Innocent, Metropolitan of Moscow

– Akathist to John of Kronstadt

– Akathist to the Prophet and Forerunner of the Lord John

– Akathist to Hieromartyr Cyprian and Martyr Justina

– Akathist to the Monk Schema-monk Kirill and Schema-nun Mary

– Akathist to the martyrs Kondrat, Victor and Galina and many others who suffered with them

– Akathist to blessed Xenia of Petersburg

– Akathist to the Holy Martyr Princess Lyudmila

Updated

March 1, 2016

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