Nicephorus the Leper

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== Hymns ==
 
== Hymns ==
 
[[Troparion]] (Tone 3)
 
[[Troparion]] (Tone 3)
O venerable father Nicephorus the Leper, your struggles and courageous asceticism dumbfounded the heaven's angels. Like another Job in pain, you endured and gave glory to God. And so, he arranged for you a resplendent crown of miracles. Rejoice, O guide of monastics! Rejoice, O prism of light! Rejoice, O delightful fragrance radiating from your relics!
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O venerable father Nicephorus the Leper, your struggles and courageous asceticism dumbfounded heaven's angels. Like another Job in pain, you endured and gave glory to God. And so, he arranged for you a resplendent crown of miracles. Rejoice, O guide of monastics! Rejoice, O prism of light! Rejoice, O delightful fragrance radiating from your relics!
  
 
[[Kontakion]] (Tone 2)
 
[[Kontakion]] (Tone 2)

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Our venerable father Nicephorus the Leper lived in the twentieth century as a monk in the leper colony of Chios. He was a disciple of St. Anthimus of Chios.

Hymns

Troparion (Tone 3) O venerable father Nicephorus the Leper, your struggles and courageous asceticism dumbfounded heaven's angels. Like another Job in pain, you endured and gave glory to God. And so, he arranged for you a resplendent crown of miracles. Rejoice, O guide of monastics! Rejoice, O prism of light! Rejoice, O delightful fragrance radiating from your relics!

Kontakion (Tone 2) O venerable father Nicephorus, shunning pain and bodily corruption, like a horse you gallop towards the heavens, the steadfast support of lepers. A brilliantly lit temple of God, your body shone in its illness.

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