Let us honour the triple choir of righteous fathers,/ glorious Isaac, Dalmatos and Faustos./ They dispel the night of passions by the three-branched candlestick of Christ the Light/ and by their virtues illuminate those who cry:/ Glory to Him Who has made you wonderful; glory to Him Who has magnified you;/ glory to Him Who through you works healings for all.
Thou didst leave old Rome thy fatherland,/ and scale a rock as though it were a lightship./ On it thou didst cross the sea like a Bodiless One,/ guided by the foreseeing of the Divine Mind./ Thou didst reach Great Novgorod and build a monastery/ wherein thou didst leave the holy gift of thy body./ We beseech thee, O Father Anthony, to pray to Christ our God that He save our souls.
Angels rejoiced in thy life of prayer, fasting and seclusion/ for the love of Christ our Savior, O holy Trea./ Aware of our worldliness and lack of resolution,/ we turn to thee, O blessed one,/ beseeching thee to intercede for us with Christ our God/ that He will grant us great mercy.
By asceticism you shone like lights in the world/ and by your faith you overthrew heresies./ O Isaac, Dalmatos and Faustos,/ we praise you with hymns/ as servants of Christ who are praying for us all.
You were brought up in Rome and blossomed with grace in Great Novgorod/ where you pleased God with your many labours and struggles./ He granted you the gift of working miracles and kept thy body incorrupt for many years./ As we kiss it we joyfully cry to thee: Rejoice, O Father Anthony.