Alleluia Fai Pe Pi

On Saturdays and Sundays (except during the Great Fast), on feasts of our Lord, on Eastertide (Holy 50 Days), and on all days of non-fasting, the people chant from Psalm 118:24-26.

All/louia vai pe pi ;ehoou ;eta P[oic yamiof : marenyel/l ;ntenounof ;mmon ;nq/tf : ;w P[oic ek;enahmen ;w P[ioc ek;ecouten nenmwit : ;f;cmarwout ;nje v/eyniou qen ;vran ;mP[ioc : all/louia

Alleluia. fai pé pi eho-ou etá Epchois thamíof, marenthelíl enten ounóf emmón enkhítf. O Epchois ek-énahmén, O Epchois ek-ésoutén nenmoit. Ef-ésmaro-out enje fi-ethniou khen efrán em Epchois. Alleluia.

Alleluia. This is the day which the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it. O Lord save us, O Lord straighten our ways. Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord. Alleluia.