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
2nd | Meeting of Christ in the Temple (Monday evening)
Vesperal Liturgy (St John Chrysostom): Vespers as usual; at “Lord I have called...” Stikhera on 8, all Feast; Glory...Now and ever... p152; Prokimen p152; Alleluia verses p152; Thrice Holy #1 p41; Instead of “You are truly deserving...” do the Glorification & Irmos p153; Communion Hymn p154; Litya (p34 Vespers book)
7th | Tone 3 | Afterfeast of the Meeting | St Parthenius
Liturgy(St John Chrysotom): Tropar p87, p152, St Thomas, Saint; Kondak p87; Glory...St Thomas; Now and ever...p152; Prokimen p152; Alleluia verses p152; Thrice Holy #2 p42; Instead of “You are truly deserving...” do the Glorification & Irmos p153; Communion Hymns #1 p59 & p154
14th | Tone 4 | Zacchaeus | St Auxentius
Liturgy (St John Chrysostom): Tropar p90, St Thomas, Saint; Kondak p90, St Thomas; Glory...Saint; Now and ever...O Unashamed Intercessor; Prokimen p92; Alleluia verses p92; Thrice Holy #1 p4; Communion Hymn #1 p59
21st | Tone 5 | Publican & Pharisee - Triodion begins
Liturgy (St. John Chrysostom): Tropar p93, St Thomas; Kondak; Glory...St Thomas; Now and ever...p175; Prokimen p95; Alleluia verses p95; Thrice Holy #2 p42; Communion Hymn #1 p59 28th | Tone 6 | Prodigal Son Liturgy (St. John Chrysostom): Tropar p96, St. Thomas; Kondak; Glory...St Thomas; Now and ever... p175; Prokimen pg 98; Alleluia verses p98; Thrice Holy #1 p41; Communion Hymn #1 p59
Troparia & Kontakia for February 2016
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
7th – St Parthenius
Troparion - Tone 4
By the Spirit's anointing you became a shepherd of Lampsacos / and receive power from God to work many miracles, / to cast out demons, heal the sick and cure all manner of illness, / and to fulfill the prayers of all who hasten to you, / O Hierarch Parthenius.
14th – St Auxentius
Troparion - Tone 8
Like a date palm you did grow in spiritual stature / and bring forth fruits to nourish our souls, O Father Auxentius; / You lived a holy life and become a foundation of the Church and a miracle-worker. / You contantly pray that our souls may find mercy.
Kontakion - Tone 3
With the waters of abstinence you did gloriously blossom / like a fruitful olive tree amongst the righteous. / You denied the world's deception and become a heaven- filled vessel of light. / Wherefore you enlighten by your holiness those who honor you, O Father Auxentius.