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Last Update:Monday, October 29,, 2014

Sunday Fixed

Rubrics for October 2014

Sunday Fixed

Hymn of the Incarnation, Version #1, p10

The Little Entrance, Sunday Alternate, p16

Tropar, Kondak, Birthgiver Hymns (see appropriate day below) Trisagion, Version #1, p18

Prokimen (see appropriate day below) Alleluia, Version #2 p23

Cherubic Hymn, Version #1 p27 and p33

Holy, Holy, Holy, (see appropriate day below)

The Lord’s Prayer #3 p54

Communion Hymns, (see appropriate day below)

After Communion Response (sing both versions repeat as necessary) p64

Thanksgiving Hymn, Version #1, p65

Amvon Prayer Response, Version #1, p69

 

 

 

 

Changeable

Changeable

5th | Tone 8 | Martyr Charitina of Amissos

Liturgy (St. John Chrysostom): Tropar p102, St Thomas, Martyr; Kondak p102, St Thomas Glory...Martyr; Now and ever...O Unashamed Intercessor; Prokimen p104; Alleluia verses p104; Thrice Holy #2 p42; Communion Hymn #1 p59

12th | Tone 1 | Commemoration of the Holy Fathers of the 7th Ecumenical Council

Liturgy (St. John Chrysostom): Tropar p81, p114; Kondak p81, Glory...p114; Now and ever...O Unashamed Intercessor; Prokimen p115; Alleluia verses p115; Thrice Holy #1 p41; Communion Hymns #1 p59 & #4 p60

19th | Tone 2 | Martyr Varus

Liturgy (St. John Chrysostom): Tropar p82, St Thomas, Martyr; Kondak p84, St Thomas; Glory...Martyr; Now and ever...O Unashamed Intercessor; Prokimen p86; Alleluia verses p86; Thrice Holy #2 p42; Communion Hymn #1 p59

26th | Tone 3 | Great Martyr Demitrius

Liturgy (St. John Chrysostom): Tropar p87, St. Thomas, Martyr; Kondak p87, St. Thomas, Glory...Martyr; Now and ever...O Unashamed Intercessor; Prokimen p89; Alleluia verses p89; Thrice Holy #1 p41; Communion Hymn #1 p59

 

Troparia & Kontakia and Propers for the Day

Troparia & Kontakia for October 2014

Troparion of St. Thomas - Tone 2

You were a disciple of Christ, a member of the divine assembly of the Apostles, / for you made certain the Resurrection of Christ through your disbelief, / and verified His all-pure Passion by your touch, O all-praised Thomas, / beseech now peace and great mercy for our souls!

Kontakion of St. Thomas - Tone 4
Thomas, disciple of Christ and His faithful servant, / filled with divine Grace, /
cried out in the sincerity of his love, / “You are my Lord and my God.”

O Unashamed Intercessor- Tone 6

O unashamed Intercessor of Christians, / ever loyal advocate before the Creator, / do not disregard the prayerful voice of sinners / but in your goodness hasten to assist us / who trustfully cry out to you: / Intercede always O Mother of God, / in behalf of those who honor you.

Propers for the Days

5th – Martyr Charitina of Amissos

Troparion – Tone 3
Strengthened by grace you shamed the force of ungodliness / and contend beyond the powers of nature. / You pour an unfailing stream of grace on those who cry to you: / O glorious Charitina, pray to Christ our God to grant us His great mercy.

Kontakion – Tone 2

You armed your soul with faith and knowledge / and put the enemy to open shame. / You stood before Christ in a robe dyed with your blood / and now rejoice with the Angels. / Pray for us, Martyr Charitina.

19th – Martyr Varus

Troparion – Tone 5

You followed in the steps of the martyrs / and contended for the glory of Christ. / You were tied to a beam and restored by the Tree of Life, / and your intercessions gladden our souls.

Kontakion – Tone 4
You have followed Christ and drunk from His chalice; / received the crown of martyrdom, O holy Varus. / You are rejoicing with the Angels: / pray unceasingly for our souls.

26th – Great Martyr Demetrius

Troparion – Tone 3

O victorious Demetrius, / you were a protection for the world and an invincible soldier of Christ. / You did inspire Nestor to humble Lyaios. / Intercede with Christ our God to save us.

Kontakion – Tone 2

God has given you invincible strength, O Demetrius, / and has dyed the Church with your blood and kept your city unharmed, / for you are its foundation.


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