Liturgical Resource Development
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The Ministry of Liturgical Resource Development was created by H.G. Alexios Mar Eusebius, Metropolitan of the Diocese of South-West America (Kalpana) in July of 2015 to promote the translation, versification, and publication of vital English liturgical resources.
For the upcoming year, we have established the following resource development goals:
1) Holy Qurbanakramam Publication - This will include any final communications with the Holy Episcopal Synod and work to publish the final version of the Holy Qurbanakramam with Commentary.
2) English Festal Breviary (Aandu Thaksa) Publication - This book will include services for the Feasts of Nativity, Epiphany, Hosanna, Passover, Resurrection, Pentecost, Holy Cross as well as the Service of Reconciliation and Exaltation of the Cross for Good Friday.
3) English Sacramental Breviary (Koodashakramam) Publication - This book will include the Holy Mysteries of Baptism, House Blessing, and Anointing of the Sick.
4) Develop 1st and 4th Funeral Service of Men, Women, and Children - Men, Women, and Children each have 4 services that need to be entirely put into verse and that needs the prose revised.
5) Audio Recordings - Online and downloadable audio recordings of all published liturgical resources.
You can navigate to some of the resources that we already have available by using the menu to the left of this page. This upcoming year will build on this foundation of resources and attend to the gaps.
We have a target to raise $40,000 in 50 days in order to support this full time work. This project will endure only with your generous support. Please contribute as you see fit and invite your friends and families to spread the word and support the work! If you would like to support the advancement of our Liturgical catalog, please visit https://www.tilt.com/tilts/liturgical-resource-development-dswa
Ministry of Liturgical Resource Development