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Holy Qurbana or Qurbana Qadisha (ܩܘܪܒܢܐ ܩܕܝܫܐ qûrbānâ qadîšâ, pronounced qurbono qadisho in West Syriac; Hindi: क़ुरबान-ए-मुक़द्दस Qurban-e-Muqaddas), the "Holy Offering" or "Holy Sacrifice", refers to the Divine Liturgy as celebrated according to the Chaldean and Syriac Christian Rites, the former by the Syro-Malabar Church and the Assyrian Church of the East, and the latter by the Syriac Orthodox Church, Syro-Malankara Catholic Church, the Maronite Catholic Church, the Indian Orthodox Church, and others which worship according to the Syriac tradition.

The Syriac word Qurbana (also spelled as Kurbana) is cognate with the Hebrew word Korban (קרבן). When the Temple stood in Jerusalem, and sacrifices were offered, "Korban" was a technical Hebrew term for some of the offerings that were brought there. It comes from a Hebrew root, "karav," meaning "to draw close or 'near'." A required Korban was offered morning and evening daily and on holidays (at certain times, additional 'korbanot' were offered), in addition to which individuals could bring an optional, personal Korban.

The main Anaphora of the Chaldean Rite is that of Addai and Mari and that of the Syriac Rite is the Liturgy of St. James, both of which are extremely old, going back at least to the third century, and which are the oldest extant liturgies continually in use.

The Holy Qurbana is referred to as "complete" worship, since it is performed for the benefit of all members of the Church. The other Sacraments are performed for individual members. Thus the Holy Qurbana is the sacrament that completes all the others. Hence it is called the "sacrament of perfection" or the "queen of sacraments."

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Kutsal Qurbana veya Qurbana Qadisha (ܩ ܘ ܪ ܒ ܢ ܐ ܩ ܕ ܝ ܫ ܐ qûrbānâ qadîšâ, telaffuz qurbono qadisho Batı Süryani de; Hintçe: क़ुरबान - ए - मुक़द्दस Kurban-e-Muqaddas), "Kutsal sunan" veya "Kutsal Kurban", Kutsal Ayin olarak kutlanmaktadır anlamına gelir Keldani ve Süryani Hıristiyan Ayinler, Syro-Malabar Kilisesi ve Doğu Süryani Kilisesi tarafından eski ve Süryani Ortodoks Kilisesi, Syro-Malankara Katolik Kilisesi, Maronit Katolik Kilisesi, Hint Ortodoks Kilisesi tarafından ikincisi için, göre ve ibadet Süryanice geleneğine göre hangi diğerleri.

The Syriac word Qurbana (also spelled as Kurbana) is cognate with the Hebrew word Korban ( קרבן ) . Süryani kelimesi Qurbana (ayrıca Kurbana olarak) İbranice sözcük Korban (קרבן) ile akraba olduğunu yazıldığından. When the Temple stood in Jerusalem, and sacrifices were offered, "Korban" was a technical Hebrew term for some of the offerings that were brought there. Zaman Kudüs Tapınağı, ve durdu kurban teklif edildi, "Korban" bazı teklifiyle için oraya getirilmiş bir teknik İbranice terim oldu. It comes from a Hebrew root, "karav," meaning "to draw close or 'near'." Bir İbranice kök geliyor, "karav," "veya 'yakın çizmek için anlamı' yakın." A required Korban was offered morning and evening daily and on holidays (at certain times, additional 'korbanot' were offered), in addition to which individuals could bring an optional, personal Korban. Bir Korban sabah ve akşam günlük ve tatillerde (belirli kere teklif edildi gerekli, 'ek korbanot' teklif) idi, hangi ek olarak isteğe bağlı bireyler, kişisel Korban getirebilirsiniz.

The main Anaphora of the Chaldean Rite is that of Addai and Mari and that of the Syriac Rite is the Liturgy of St. James , both of which are extremely old, going back at least to the third century, and which are the oldest extant liturgies continually in use. Keldani Rite of ana Anaphora Addai ve Mari ile ve bu da Süryani Rite of Ayin St James, her ikisi de son derece eski, geriye gidiş olduğu bir üçüncü yüzyıla en azından ve en eski kaybolmamış liturgies vardır sürekli kullanımda.

The Holy Qurbana is referred to as "complete" worship, since it is performed for the benefit of all members of the Church. Kutsal Qurbana tamamlanması "ibadet" olarak, bu yana Kilise'nin tüm üyelerinin yararı için yapılır denir. The other Sacraments are performed for individual members. Diğer Sırların bireysel üyeleri için yapılmaktadır. Thus the Holy Qurbana is the sacrament that completes all the others. Böylece Kutsal Qurbana tüm diğerleri tamamlar Sacrament olduğunu. Hence it is called the "sacrament of perfection" or the "queen of sacraments." Dolayısıyla mükemmellik "Sacrament" veya Sırların "kraliçe" denir.

[ edit ] See also [Değiştir] Ayrıca bakınız

   * Saint Thomas Christians Saint Thomas Hıristiyanlar
   * Malankara Jacobite Syrian Church Malankara Jacobite Suriye Kilisesi
   * Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church Malankara Suriye Ortodoks Kilisesi
   * Malankara Mar Thoma Syrian Church Malankara Mar Thoma Suriye Kilisesi
   * Syro-Malankara Catholic Church Syro-Malankara Katolik Kilisesi
   * Syro-Malabar Church Syro-Malabar Church 

[ edit ] External links [Değiştir] Dış bağlantılar

   * Syro-Malankara Catholic Church Syro-Malankara Katolik Kilisesi
   * Explanation about the Holy Qurbana - 
  • St. Mary's Malankara Orthodox Cathedral of Philadelphia
  • Kutsal Qurbana hakkında Açıklama

-St Mary's Malankara Ortodoks Katedrali Philadelphia

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Holy Qurbana or Qurbana Qadisha (ܩܘܪܒܢܐ ܩܕܝܫܐ qûrbānâ qadîšâ, pronounced qurbono qadisho in West Syriac; Hindi: क़ुरबान-ए-मुक़द्दस Qurban-e-Muqaddas), the "Holy Offering" or "Holy Sacrifice", refers to the Divine Liturgy as celebrated according to the Chaldean and Syriac Christian Rites, the former by the Syro-Malabar Church and the Assyrian Church of the East, and the latter by the Syriac Orthodox Church, Syro-Malankara Catholic Church, the Maronite Catholic Church, the Indian Orthodox Church, and others which worship according to the Syriac tradition. The Syriac word Qurbana (also spelled as Kurbana) is cognate with the Hebrew word Korban ('קרבן). 'Kutsal Qurbana veya 'Qurbana Qadisha (ܩ ܘ ܪ ܒ ܢ ܐ ܩ ܕ ܝ ܫ ܐqûrbānâ qadîšâ,telaffuz qurbono qadisho Batı Süryani; in Hintçe : क़ुरबान - ए - मुक़द्दसKurban-e-Muqaddas), "Kutsal sunan" veya "Kutsal Kurban", ifade eder Kutsal Ayin olarak kutlanan Keldani göre ve [[Süryani] Hıristiyan Ayinler, [[Syro-Malabar Church Süryani Ortodoks Kilisesi tarafından Doğu, ve ikinci bir]] ve [[Süryani Kilisesi tarafından eski] ]], Syro-Malankara Katolik Kilisesi, Maronit Katolik Kilisesi, Hint Ortodoks Kilisesi, ve ibadet Süryanice geleneğine göre hangi diğerleri. Süryani kelimeQurbana( Ayrıca Kurbana olarak) yazıldığından akraba İbranice kelimeile Korban ( 'קרבן). olduğunu When the Temple stood in Jerusalem, and sacrifices were offered, "Korban" was a technical Hebrew term for some of the offerings that were brought there. Zaman Kudüs Tapınağı, ve durdu kurban teklif edildi, "Korban" bazı teklifiyle için oraya getirilmiş bir teknik İbranice terim oldu. It comes from a Hebrew root, "karav," meaning "to draw close or 'near'." Bir İbranice kök geliyor, "karav," "veya 'yakın çizmek için anlamı' yakın." A required Korban was offered morning and evening daily and on holidays (at certain times, additional 'korbanot' were offered), in addition to which individuals could bring an optional, personal Korban. The main Anaphora of the Chaldean Rite is that of Addai and Mari and that of the Syriac Rite is the Liturgy of St. James, both of which are extremely old, going back at least to the third century, and which are the oldest extant liturgies continually in use. The Holy Qurbana is referred to as "complete" worship, since it is performed for the benefit of all members of the Church. Bir Korban sabah ve akşam günlük ve tatillerde (belirli kere teklif edildi gerekli, 'ek korbanot' teklif) idi, hangi ek olarak bireylerin getireceğini isteğe bağlı, kişisel Korban. [Ana [Anaphora (komünyon) | Anaphora]] ve Keldani Rite [of [Addai ve Mari o]] ve Süryani Rite Ayin St James, her ikisi de son derece yaşlı olduğu , going back üçüncü yüzyıla en azından ve en eski kaybolmamış liturgies sürekli kullanılmaktadır. Kutsal Qurbana tamamlanması "ibadet" olarak adlandırılan bu yana Kilise'nin tüm üyelerinin yararı için yapılır. The other Sacraments are performed for individual members. [Diğer [ayin]] bireysel üyeleri için yapılmaktadır. Thus the Holy Qurbana is the sacrament that completes all the others. Böylece Kutsal Qurbana tüm diğerleri tamamlar Sacrament olduğunu. Hence it is called the "sacrament of perfection" or the "queen of sacraments."

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