In the Fisherman’s Boat
Blessed art You, O Christ Our God. You have revealed the Fishermen as most wise by sending down upon them the Holy Spirit. Through them You drew the world into Your net. O Lover of Mankind, Glory to You!
-Byzantine Liturgy, Troparion for Pentecost
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