Romanian
Byzantine Rite
Opening Antiphons
Glory to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit Bless the Lord O my Soul
and let all that is with in me  Bless  His holy Name Ever  Blessed art Thou O Lord
Now and always and forever and ever Amen
O only begotten Son and Word of God, thou Who art immortal yet didst condescend for the sake
of our salvation to become incarnate of the holy Mother of God and ever Virgin Mary without change
be coming man and being crucified O Christ our God with death didst thou conquer death thou who
art one of the Holy Trinity glorified  together with theFather and the Holy Spirit save us.
Holy God  (Trisagion)
Holy God, Holy  Mighty  One Holy  Immortal One Have Mercy on Us.
Holy God, Holy  Mighty  One Holy  Immortal One Have Mercy on Us.
Holy God, Holy  Mighty  One Holy  Immortal One Have Mercy on Us.
Glory  to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit now and always
and forever and  ever. Amen    Holy Immortal  One Have Mercy on Us.
Holy God, Holy  Mighty  One Holy  Immortal One Have Mercy on Us.
Cherubic Hymn
Let us who mystically represent the Cherubim, who mystically represent the Cherubim, whilst bringing the thrice holy thrice holy hymn to the lifegiving, lifegiving Trinity, to the life giving, the lifegiving Trinity, put away, put away from us all worldly care, put away all worldly care. 
THAT we may now receive the King , the King of all, that we receive the King of all, the King who is surrounded by the angelic host, Alleluia.
Holy Holy Holy
Holy Holy Holy is the Lord of host  heaven and earth are full of his glory Hosannah in the highest.  Blessed is he who cometh in the name of the Lord  Hosannah in the highest.
It is Truly Fitting
It is truly fitting that we should bless Thee who gavest birth to God, thou who art forever blessed and most innocent and the Mother of our God.  thou who art more honor'd than the Cherubim, and who art more glorious beyond comparison than the Seraphim,, thou who undefiled gavest birth to the Word of God  Thee the true Mother of God, thee, the true Mother of God, Mother of God, do we praise.
Romanian Liturgical Hymns
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