Troparion in the Eighth Tone
Thou hast shown thyself, O God-inspired Boniface, as a guide to the orthodox faith, a teacher of true worship and purity, O star of the universe and companion of the bishops, O wise one. Through thy light thou hast enlightened all, O harp of the Spirit. Therefore, intercede with Christ to save our souls.
Given the apostasy sweeping Germany and the spiritual descendants of this missionary martyr the Psalmist's cry "save thy people and bless thine inheritance" should be considered part of that Troparion.
When is St. Boniface’s feast day in the Orthodox Church? I looked on the OCA calendar, and all I got was some other Bonifaces who were from the East, not the West.
Most Western European countries have an Orthodox history, and Orthodox patron saints. America and Canada have Orthodox saints as well.
I myself bear a Western Orthodox saint-name. I only found out about him when I was a catechumen, and my priest encouraged me NOT to change my name. I’m glad he did that! It’s a blessing to learn about my patron saint, to ask him to pray for me, and to be called by the name I was baptized with when I receive Holy Communion.
Here is the lowdown on Western Orthodox saint-names, and why most converts to Orthodoxy should not change their names: