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Chrismation (Confirmation)

In the sacrament of Chrismation (also known as Confirmation), the baptized Christian receives the seal of the gift of the Holy Spirit through the apostolic blessing, either by the bishop himself or by holy chrism administered by the priest in the bishop' behalf. This sacrament normally occurs at the same time as Baptism, but in certain circumstances it may be delayed and occur separately, especially in cases of conversion.

The Holy Gospel

$29.95

The Holy Gospel book contains the full text of the four Gospels, marked according to liturgical use in the Orthodox Church. It uses the Eastern/Greek Orthodox Bible (EOB), a formal Modern English translation from the  Patriarchal Text of the...

Beyond the Image

$29.95

A unique part of the Orthodox Christian tradition, sacred paintings called icons teach us the message of God, lay paths for our prayers, and point the way to our salvation. Painted by master iconographer Fr. Theodore Koufos and presented in the...

'Smokeless' Incense Burner

$39.95

This amazing candle incense burner features a compact and simple design, exclusively from Legacy Icons. Combine the gentle fragrance of your favorite incense and gentle glow of candle light as you offer your prayers to God. Ideal for homes where low...

The Holy Apostle

$37.95

The Holy Apostle, also known as the Apostolos, Apostol, or Epistle Book, contains the full text of the Book of Acts and the Pauline and Catholic Epistles, marked according to liturgical use in the Orthodox Church. It uses the Eastern/Greek Orthodox...

Cross of Golgotha - W107

As low as $27.95

The Cross of Golgotha is an elaboration on the symbol of the Cross, and is especially common in Orthodox monasticism. The meaning of the text is as follows (from top to bottom): The King of GloryJesus Christ Conquers Honored Trophy, the Dread of...

Pocket Prayer Book

$17.95

This Pocket Prayer Book contains all of the common daily prayers as prayed in the Orthodox (particularly Byzantine) tradition. This translation by the monks of the Holy Transfiguration Monastery is widely used in the English-speaking Orthodox Church in...