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December

Christ "Couched as a Lion" Icon - X152

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The icon of Jesus sleeping was popularized in Greece and the Balkans in the 13th century. It is related to the more elaborate Russian icons known as "the Unsleeping Eye." The name of this icon comes from the prophecy of Jacob before his death. He said to...

Ambrose of Milan (Athos) Icon - S317

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Saint Ambrose was born in Gaul in the year 340 and became a member of the Roman Senate as Governor of Milan. When the Arian bishop of Milan died, the Orthodox and Arians fought over who would succeed him. Ambrose, desiring to maintain peace, tried to...

Righteous Gideon Icon - S385

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Gideon was appointed by God as one of the Judges of Israel during the Old Testament. His feast is celebrated on September 26, and he is also remembered among the Old Testament righteous on the Sunday of the Forefathers in December.

Saint Boniface (XIXc) Icon - S547

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Saint Boniface lived during the reign of Emperor Diocletian (286-305). He was the servant of a ranking Roman woman named Aglais, but in truth they were living together in a sinful union. Boniface drank heavily and lived in hedonism, yet he was also...

Sylvester of Rome (Athos) Icon - S311

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Saint Sylvester served as the 32nd bishop of Rome after the death of the Apostles. He was not able to attend the First Ecumenical Council in 325 due to illness, but he sent representatives. He reposed later that year. His feast is celebrated on December...

Nativity of Christ (XIXc) Icon - F383

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This 19th century icon beautifully portrays the nativity in the flesh of our God and Savior Jesus Christ. Visible in the icon, from the top, are the Star of Bethlehem (portrayed as the Holy Spirit), the angels, Magi, and a shepherd, Saint Joseph being...

Saint Boniface (Academic) Icon - S546

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Saint Boniface lived during the reign of Emperor Diocletian (286-305). He was the servant of a ranking Roman woman named Aglais, but in truth they were living together in a sinful union. Boniface drank heavily and lived in hedonism, yet he was also...