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Last Update:Tuesday February 25, 2014

Sunday Fixed

Rubrics for March 2014
Sunday Fixed

During Lent, instead of  Antiphons we sing “Bless the Lord...” & Beatitudes (separate handout)
Hymn of the Incarnation, Version #1, p10
The Little Entrance, Sunday Alternate, p16
Tropar, Kondak (see appropriate day below)
Trisagion, Version #1, p18
Prokimen (see appropriate day below)
Alleluia, Version #2 p23
Cherubic Hymn, Version #1 p27 and p33
Thrice 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

2nd | Forgiveness | Tone 3 | Cheesefare
Liturgy (St. John Chrysostom): Tropar p87, St. Thomas, Kondak Glory...St. Thomas; Now and ever...p178; Prokimen p178; Alleluia verses 178; Thrice Holy #1 p41; Communion Hymn #1 p59
Forgiveness Vespers (after Fellowship): Handout | Great and Holy Lent Begins

3rd | Clean Monday | Great Canon of St. Andrew (Booklet)

5th | Presanctified Liturgy (Booklet)

9th | Triumph of Orthodoxy | Tone 4 | 40 Martyrs of Sebaste
Liturgy (St. Basil the Great): Tropar p90, p179, Martyrs; Kondak P90, Glory... Martyrs; Now and ever... p179; Prokimen p179; Alleluia verses p180; Thrice Holy #5 p43; Communion Hymns #1 p59 & #4 p60
Procession with Icons and reading of the Synodicon following Divine Liturgy

12th | Presanctified Liturgy (Booklet)

16th | St. Gregory Palamas | Tone 5
Liturgy (St. Basil the Great): Tropar p93, St. Thomas, p181; Kondak; Glory... Now and ever...p181; Prokimen p181; Alleluia verses p 181; Thrice Holy #5 p43; Communion Hymns #1 & #3 p59

19th | Presanctified Liturgy (Booklet)

22nd | Deanery Vespers (Booklet)

23rd | Veneration of the Cross | Tone 6
Liturgy (St. Basil the Great): Tropar p96, p182; Kondak p96, Glory... Now and ever...p182; Instead of the Trisagion: Your Cross we adore #1 p 22;  Prokimen p182; Alleluia verses p182;  Thrice Holy #5 p43; Communion Hymns p183

25th | Annunciation (Tuesday Evening)
Vesperal Liturgy (St. John Chrysostom): Vespers as usual; no kathisma; at “Lord I have called...” Stikhera on 8, Tone 6; Triodion-3; Feast-5; Glory... now and ever... Feast; Prokimen Pg 155; Alleluia verses Pg 155; Instead of “You are truly deserving...” do the Glorification & Irmos Pg 156; Communion Hymn Pg 157

26th | Presanctified Liturgy (Booklet)

29th | Soul Saturday
Liturgy (St. John Chrysostom): Weekday Antiphons; Tropar p235; Kondak Glory...Now and ever p236; Prokimen  p236; Alleluia verse p237; Cherubic Hymn p237; Thrice Holy #1 p41; Communion Hymns #4 p60 & p239

30th | St John Climacus | Tone 7
Liturgy (St. Basil the Great): Tropar p99, St Thomas, p183; Kondak p99, St Thomas; Glory...p183; Now and ever..O Unashamed Intercessor; Prokimen p101; Alleluia verses p184; Communion Hymns #1 & #3 p59

Troparia & Kontakia and Propers for the Day

Troparia & Kontakia for March 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.

9th | 40 Martyrs of Sebaste
Tropar – Tone 1
Together let us honor that holy company united by faith, / those noble warriors of the Master of all; / they were divinely enlisted for Christ and passed through fire and water. / Then they entered into refreshment and pray for those who cry: / Glory to Him Who has strengthened you; / glory to Him Who has crowned you; / glory to Him Who has made you wonderful, O holy Forty Martyrs.

Kondak – Tone 6
You left all earthly armies to cleave to the heavenly Master, / O Forty Prize winners of the Lord. / You passed through fire and water / and received glory from heaven and many crowns.


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