- Performer The Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic Church Choir
- Title Traditional Byzantine Carols
- Date of release 1977
- Style Choral
- Other formats VOC VOX ADX VQF AIFF AA ASF
- Genre Classical
- Size MP3 1127 mb
- Size FLAC 1771 mb
- Rating: 4.9
- Votes: 823
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Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic Church is an Eastern Catholic church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located in the city's North Side neighborhood at 1437 Superior Avenue. Today it is best known as the church from which the funeral services of artist Andy Warhol were held in 1987.
Byzantine church art and architecture are inspired by several key ideas found in the Bible. We believe that Jesus Christ's death and Resurrection have empowered human beings to help undo the damage of the tragic history of sin, which began with Adam and Eve. Our Church buildings attempt to recreate Paradise as Genesis describes it. Here you will find all creation represented: animal, mineral, vegetable and rational. The Stained glass windows date from the renovations of 1948-1950. They represent the major feasts of the Church year. In the choir loft, the windows depict two great Fathers of the Eastern Churches: St. John Chrysostom and St. Basil the Great (both 4th century). The Liturgies which we celebrate were composed by these two saints. The art of mosaics was perfected by Byzantine artists in the 6th century and our Church contains several examples of mosaics.
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2:41; 44,1 kHz 128 kbit/s joint stereo; 2523 kb) in Greek. Rejoice, Isaiah: - Heirmos 9 in the Canon of Tone 5 (also used at the Rite of the Holy Matrimony). Save Your people, o Lord: - troparion of Exaltation of the Holy Cross (the feast of the church), Tone 1, Carpathian chant (arrangement for mixed choir by Martin Skoviera). 0:48; 44,1 kHz joint stereo average 128 kbit/s; 762 kb) in Slovak. Trisagion (Svjatyj Bože:) - thrice-holy hymn. J. Bokšaj (1874-1940), from the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, 1911. 4:02; 44,1 kHz joint stereo average 128 kbit/s; 3778 kb) in Church Slavonic. Prokimenon of the feast of Exaltation of the Holy Cross and for Friday, Tone 7, Carpathian chant (arrangement for mixed choir by Martin Skoviera)
Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic Church. United States of America, Pennsylvania, Allegheny County, Pittsburgh.
Although the present Holy Ghost Church was dedicated on July 8, 1943, the parish has its roots in the 1860 construction of St. Mary’s Cathedral, the first Catholic church in Denver. In 1905, the cathedral parish was divided, and Holy Ghost became a parish under Fr. Frederick Bender; a pioneer priest of the diocese. Saturday Mass: 8 AM, Vigil at 4 PM Sunday Mass: 7 AM, 8:30 AM, 10 AM (Latin Choral), Noon, 5:10 PM (Contemporary Choir) Confessions 30 minutes prior to these Masses. July 4: Parish Office closed in observance of Independence Day. July 7: Holy Ghost Parish Picnic, 1-7 PM on California Street in front of the Church. July 13: Ordination Services: Priestly ordination of Deacon Rafael Solorio, OMV; Mass at 10 AM. August 12-16: Holy Ghost Catholic Faith Camp, 9 AM-Noon for children ages 5-11.
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Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic Church. McKees Rocks, PA. 15136 Get Directions. On April 12, 1907 the faithful filed a petition with Bishop Regis Canevin, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Pittsburgh, for permission to establish a parish. Upon approval they decided to purchase eight lots on which the church and rectory are presently located. This extensive project included the complete redecoration of the sanctuary according to the Byzantine tradition. The icon screen was brought piece by piece from Greece, and icons were written on the walls of the church.
|1||Hymn Of St. Nicholas|
|2||God Is With Us|
|3||Your Birth O Christ|
|7||What Is This Bright Star?|
|8||Rejoice All Nations|
|9||Heaven And Earth|
|11||Jesus Came From Heaven|
|15||Angels From Heaven|
|16||Selections From The Gubi|