One of the most commonly uttered Armenian prayers is the “Jashagestsook”: the prayer recited before meals in countless Armenian homes every evening. But you may not realize that there are two versions of the prayer—differentiated by just two words.

What are they? And does the alternation of two words make a difference in the prayer? That’s the question asked in the latest podcast in the Eastern Diocese’s Let There Be… series.

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