Holy Ghost Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Church
Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of the USA - Diocese of Johnstown
Paschal Greetings!

Christos Voskrese! – Voistinu Voskrese!     Feltámadt Krisztus! – Valóban feltámadt!

Christos Anesti! – Alithos Anesti!                Christus resurrexit! – Vere resurrexit!

 Hristos a Inviat! – Adevarat a Inviat!          Cristo ha resucitado! – en verdad  ha resucitado!

 

 

The Paschal Canon - In different languages, and settings.

Paschal Troparion in different languages

Christ is Risen - Arabic/Greek at City Mall, Beirut, Lebanon


 

Antipascha: St Thomas Sunday

Some icons depicting this event are inscribed “The Doubting Thomas.” This is incorrect. In Greek, the inscription reads, “The Touching of Thomas.” The Slavonic inscription is, “The Belief of Thomas.” When Saint Thomas touched the Life-giving side of the Lord, he no longer had any doubts.

This day is also known as “Antipascha.” This does not mean “opposed to Pascha,” but “in place of Pascha.” Beginning with this first Sunday after Pascha, the Church dedicates every Sunday of the year to the Lord’s Resurrection. Sunday is called “Resurrection” in Russian, and “the Lord’s Day” in Greek.