Thou didst abandon the world and fight the good fight/ by hardship, vigil and prayer./ Pray to Christ our God to save our souls, O holy Father Sabbatius.
Light of the West, inspirer of monastics and boast of ascetics,/ thy radiant life was pleasing to God, O Father Barrog./ Do not reject us in our pitiable state but pray, O Saint,/ that repenting and weeping we may be found worthy of a place in Christ's holy Kingdom.
Like stars you have shone upon the world/ and shed the light of contests and miracles on all who cry to you:/ Rejoice Callistratus with your company of fellow Martyrs.
Fleeing the turmoil of life/ thou didst dwell on an island in the sea./ Thou didst take up thy cross and follow Christ/ and toil in vigils, fasting and hardships./ Thou hast become the adornment of the righteous/ and we lovingly celebrate thy memory./ Pray to Christ our God to save our souls, O righteous Sabbatius. 22-28
We bring to Thee in prayer, O Christ, great Anthony and the assembly of the God-bearing Fathers;/ they are a fiery Pillar and a brilliant sun shining from the Kievan Caves./ By their prayers grant grace to our monastery and great mercy to our souls.
Let us honour with praises the ascetic choir/ as we behold them with our minds and in spirit./ As we venerate their relics, let us bring gifts of love,/ for they pray to God for our souls.