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#1 Ryan

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Posted 24 May 2016 - 03:31 PM

I'm wondering if anyone here has any knowledge about the provenance/ use of the "Psalter of the Mother of God." I have seen it in a number of Slavic Orthodox sites. It is printed in full at this blog: http://mojepravoslav...-post_8469.html

The post says it was published in Moscow 1881, though I'm not sure if that indicates when it was first written or just when this particular edition was published. It doesn't look like anyone has published it in English. I see a Ukrainian edition is available at the UOC of USA online store.

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Posted 24 May 2016 - 07:39 PM

I found my answer with help from another forum. This is actually originally a work of Saint Bonaventure, which was then translated/ edited by Saint Dimitri of Rostov. The above translation was done into Serbian by fathers of the Hilandar monastery. It seems to also be used among the Orthodox in Romania and Ukraine.




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