Sung on the 5th Saturday of Great Lent, as well as at the Akathist on the 5th Friday only. "With mystic apprehension . . . ."
His Feast Day is January 17th.
This is a chant melody, sung on December 6th, the Feast of St. Nicholas. Updated 6/16/15.
This is the standard Troparion (Apolytikion) of Pascha, in English, Arabic, and Greek. "Christ is risen from the dead . . . ."
This is the standard Troparion of the Apostles in Tone 3. Various possibilities are given for all the different names of the Apostles.
Troparion sung on October 18th. This is a special troparion in Tone 5 for St. Luke himself.
Troparion sung on October 18th. This is the traditional troparion in Tone 3 for the Apostles.
Troparion sung on the eve of the Feast of the Cross, September 13th. "We offer thee in mediation . . . ."
For the Commemoration of the Miracle wrought by the Archangel Michael at Colossae
Feast Day is August 29th. Updated 5/9/14.
This is the choral version of the Troparion of St. Michael that will be used at the Archdiocese Convention, 2009. It is in the special melody of Tone 4.
Feast Day is January 18th
Feast Day is November 30th. (The ison may be held on the G all the way through, or followed as a movable ison, as written.)
This Troparion (Apolytikion) is sung 50 days after Pascha: Standard Archdiocese Version. "Blessed art thou, O Christ our God . . . ."
Standard Archdiocese Version, quick version, sung with the verses "Let God arise...," etc. Updated 4/25/17.
Standard Archdiocese Version in English, Arabic, and Greek (slow versions), followed by the quick version with verses (Let God arise, etc.); revised 5/12/12.
Standard Archdiocese Version
Sung on the Sunday between Oct. 11-17; the Sunday before Pentecost; the Sunday between July 13-19
"The barren wilderness..." Feast day is September 28th. Updated 1/3/7.
Feast day is October 19th
Feast day is August 31st
Feast day is July 27th. (Updated!)
Feast day is May 21st
Selected pieces for Holy Week.
This Troparion is sung on September 14th and the Third Sunday of Great Lent: Standard Archdiocese Version. "O Lord, save thy people . . . ."