High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Acolouthia, in the
Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Catholic churches, signifies the
arrangement of the Divine Services, perhaps because the parts are
closely connected and follow in order. In a more restricted sense,
the term "acolouth" refers to the fixed portion of the Office. The
portions of the Office that are variable are called the Sequences.
While the structure and history of the various forms of the Divine
Office in the numerous ancient Christian rites is exceedingly rich,
the following article will restrict itself to the practice as it
evolved in the Eastern Roman Empire.
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