Click the image above to download a short prayer booklet I compiled. I don’t have a lot of time to say my morning prayers during the morning, so I thought I would it be helpful to put together a small collection of the the ones I use regularly. In order to print it correctly, set your printer to print duplex (both sides), in landscape, and with the duplex along the short edge. Cut or tear along the solid black line to put it down to size!
April 15, 2010
A Short, Printable Booklet of Morning Prayers
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The Orthodox Prayer RopeI have created a PDF guide on how to make an Orthodox prayer rope, or komboskini. You can find a link to it at the top of this page. I hope it helps, and I am always open to suggestions!
From a hymn of the Church:The arena of virtue is open. Let all who are willing to compete enter, girding themselves. For those who genuinely compete will be deservedly crowned. Let us do battle with the enemy. Let us take on the armor of the Cross, having Faith as an invincible rampart, prayer as our breastplate, and charity as our helmet.
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