How lovely is your dwelling place, O Lord of hosts!
The Martyrdom of St. Mark
When the cruel hands came to seize our Saint, in the mass time-which he himself has written- they disgracefully dragged him on the ground until he acquired the martyrdom to gain four crowns.
Ten oo oasht
“We worship the Father of Light, His-Only Begotten Son and the Holy Spirit, the One Essence Trinity”. It is called “Hymn of the Holy Trinity” or “Hymn of the blessing”. Chanted at the end of the offering of morning incense as a preparation for the Lamb Offering.
Gospel Response at Great Lent on Weekdays (Mon-Fri)
Gethsemane (Words from the Agpeya)
O Lord, who passed the winepress alone with the pains pierced into You as death arrows. You who have surpassed the death for me. Remember me when You come unto Your Kingdom......
Alli al korban
The hymn has no words except “a”, the first letter of “Alleluia”. It acts as a long introduction to the short hymn “Alleluia fai pe pi”, drawing with tones only the tour of Jesus’ life from the baptism up to the resurrection.
Sung at the Feast of the Resurrection & the Holy Fifties.