Come, Let Us Worship: A Practical Guide to the Divine Liturgy for Orthodox Laity

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Patrick B. O’Grady
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By Patrick B. O’Grady

Come, Let Us Worship walks the reader through the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, explaining the meaning of each element and how the congregant may best participate in this fundamental act of Orthodox worship. Those new to Orthodoxy and those who wonder about the meaning of the Liturgy will find this small guide a helpful and informative companion.

About the Author

The V. Rev. Fr. Patrick B. O’Grady, B.A., M.Div., is a lifelong pastor and an Orthodox priest, now serving as priest-in-charge of St. Peter the Apostle Antiochian Orthodox Church in Pomona, California. In addition to pastoral duties, Fr. Patrick assists the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of North America by providing oversight in liturgics and translation. Fr. Patrick contributed to the Orthodox Study Bible (Thomas Nelson, 2008) and has published several articles on liturgical themes. He recently published a major work on the liturgical books of the Orthodox Church (co-authored with Fr. Michel Najim), The Liturgical Books of the Orthodox-Catholic and Apostolic Church, Vol. 1 (St. John of Damascus School of Theology at Balamand, Lebanon, 2015). With the blessing of His Eminence, Metropolitan Joseph, Fr. Patrick is currently at work on a collaboration to launch the Antiochian Orthodox Institute, which promotes the ideals of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian faith and ethos.

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  • 5
    Perfect for converts

    Posted by Frances Colleen on Jul 23rd 2018

    As an adult convert coming from Protestantism, one can get lost in motions and mechanics of the Divine Liturgy if all you do is take it at face value. This book is the most user-friendly guide I have found on the Divine Liturgy, as it explains each section part by part from a newcomer's perspective. I think this book should be made available at every narthex for everyone to access and participate more fully in the Divine Liturgy.