The ancient "IC XC NIKA" cross is very common in Eastern Christianity. An abbreviation that means "Jesus Christ conquers", the pattern is stamped on the holy bread used for the Eucharist, and is frequently used in every kind of decoration.
Let this image be a reminder of the confessors and martyrs of the Faith—both ancient and modern—and a reminder that we must faithfully bear our own cross.
Posted by Suzanne on Apr 2nd 2018
INCREDABLY INSPIRING AND IS NOW ON THE ALTAR OF OUR ORTHODOX CHURCH FOR 40 DAY BLESSING AND THEN HOME LOOKING OVER US!
Posted by Joanne Counts on Dec 7th 2017
I love this Icon. I ordered it in a 3x3 size and it is lovely ~ goes
wonderfully in a grouping of other favorite Icons.
Posted by Susan Kobussen on Mar 14th 2017
The catacomb cross says it all with its simple, powerful message.
It is well made and looks perfect over our doorway.
Posted by Walter on Nov 15th 2016
This little cross is an accent to our home. It reflects the majesty in our home as I'm sure it did centuries ago in the catacombs. Its simplicity is its beauty.