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I have a question regarding when the "allelouia ente ti eprosfora" is said. Is there any other day, apart from the feasts of our Lord Jesus Christ and the regular Sundays, when it is chanted and also is "fai pe pi e hou-o" a continuation of the "allelouia ente ti eprosfora".

We used to chant "allelouia ente ti eprosfora" on the Lord's feasts and on Sundays only. Other than this we chant "Api Naf Shopi" and many deacons say that it is the beginning of "fai pe pi e hou-o".
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