We know thee as Christ's kinsman and martyr/ and praise thee with holy chant./ O Apostle Jude, thou didst trample on error/ and preserve the Faith./ As today we celebrate thy memory,/ through thy prayers may our sins be forgiven.
Troparion of St. Paisius Tone 4
The sublime monk and incarnate angel,/ the bodiless man and citizen of heaven/ grants grace to all who honour him/ as today he celebrates with us./ Let us fervently ascribe glory to him.
Troparion to St. John Tone 6
Glorious apostle to an age of coldness and unbelief,/ invested with the grace-filled power of the saints of old,/ divinely illumined seer of heavenly mysteries,/ feeder of orphans, hope of the hopeless,/ thou didst enkindle on earth the fire of love for Christ/ upon the dark eve of the day of judgement./ Pray now that this sacred flame/ may also rise from our hearts.
Standard Troparion of St John Tone 5
Thy care for thy flock in its journeyings,/ this is a prototype of the prayers which thou dost ever raise up for all the world;/ thus we believe, having known thy love, O holy Hierarch and Wonderworker John./ Entirely sanctified by God through the sacred ministry of the Holy Mysteries,/ and being thereby ever strengthened,/ thou didst hasten to those who suffer, o most gladsome healer./ Hasten now also to the help of us who with all our heart honour thee.
Another Troparion of St John Tone 5
Like a spiritual daystar in heaven's firmament, thou didst encompass the whole world and didst enlighten men's souls. Hence, thy name is glorified in the East and West, for thou shonest with the grace of the Sun of Righteousness, O John, our beloved shepherd. Wherefore, cease not to entreat Christ, that He may have mercy on our souls.
Kontakion of the Apostle Jude Tone 1
Thou hast sprung as a divine branch from a noble root, O Apostle and Brother of God,/ wise herald of Christ and the Lord's eye-witness,/ thou hast nourished the world with thy words/ and as the Lord's initiate thou dost teach the Orthodox Faith.
Kontakion of the Apostle Barnabas Tone 3
Thou wast the Lord's servant and the first of the Seventy,/ and thy preaching shone with Paul's./ Thou didst proclaim Christ the Savior to all,/ O Barnabas./ Wherefore we celebrate thy memory with hymns.
Kontakion of St. Paisius Tone 8
Let us the faithful sing praises to divinely-wise Paisius/ the desert's adornment, equal-to-the-Angels, Christ's friend and the glory of monks./ Let us cry to him: Rejoice, O Father Paisius.
Kontakion of St. John Tone 8
Chosen wonderworker and superb servant of Christ/ who pourest out in the latter times/ inexhaustible streams of inspiration and multitude of miracles,/ we praise thee with love and call out to thee:/ Rejoice, holy Hierarch John, wonderworker of the latter times.
Standard Kontakion of St John Tone 4
Thy heart is open wide for all,/ who entreat thee with love, O holy Hierarch John,/ and who remember the ascetical struggles of thy laborious life,/ and thy painless and gentle repose,/ O faithful servant of the Most Pure Directress.
St. Romuald, Abbot, Monastic Founder & Reformer (1027)