Canon to the Lord for a Sick Child

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The Canon was translated from Romanian by Nun Nina of St. Nilus Skete.
The prayers following the Canon are taken from Orthodox Prayers for the Sick (Kragujevac, 2003).
Publication Data: Safford, AZ: St. Paisius Orthodox Monastery, 2005
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 36
Dimensions (l × w × h): 16.5 cm × 12.0 cm × 0.2 cm
Additional Information: two-color printing, black-and-white illustrations

   
The Canon was translated from Romanian by Nun Nina of St. Nilus Skete.
The prayers following the Canon are taken from Orthodox Prayers for the Sick (Kragujevac, 2003).

No. 6 of St. Paisius Orthodox Monastery Series

“Illness, especially a serious one, always indicates a time of repentance for that family. Illness motivates us to heighten our spiritual life. It is important for the sick child to receive Holy Communion, so as to lay a good foundation for the medical treatment. Our Church is founded on the Blood of Christ, and any good deed should be fortified by the Body and Blood of Christ. In order to do this, you may invite a priest to your home. Priests are often busy, but none of them would refuse to give Holy Communion to a sick child.”
—“Excerpts from...When Children Are Ill: Counsels of an Orthodox Pediatrician”

CONTENTS

Excerpts from...When Children Are Ill: Counsels of an Orthodox Pediatrician
by Priest Aleksey Grachev
   The Spiritual Life of the Family
   Why Children Suffer
Canon to the Lord for a Sick Child
   Canticle One
   Canticle Three
   Canticle Four
   Canticle Five
   Canticle Six
   Canticle Seven
   Canticle Eight
   Canticle Nine
   Prayer for a Sick Child
   Prayer for a Child Suffering Great Pain
   Prayer of Thanksgiving for Healing
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