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Mystical Supper (XIVc) Icon - F157

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Painted in 1312 this image of Christ among his disciples depicts the last supper or the mystical supper. From the Monastery of Vatopedi at Mount Athos this world renowned image has deep blues, reds and yellows. Peter is at the right hand of Christ while...

Pentecost (XXIc) Icon - F213

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After the Lord's Ascension into heaven, the Apostles spent their days in prayer, preparing for the coming of the Holy Spirit. On the morning of the 50th day of His Resurrection, the Lord sent the Holy Spirit upon them as He had promised. There was the...

Saint George (XXIc) Icon - S221

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Saint George, sometimes called “the Trophy-bearer,” was born in the province of Cappadocia, Asia Minor (Turkey), in the third century and raised as a Christian. About age 20, he joined the Roman army under the emperor Diocletian,...

Archangel Michael Icon - S121

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An angel is a messenger of God, and a being which has stood before God and praised Him from a time before human comprehension. We cannot fully grasp what an angel's exact nature is, but we can understand an angel's function on earth. In icons,...

Cross of Golgotha - W107

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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...

Christ and Saint Menas Icon - F214

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Saint Menas the Wonderworker is one of the best-known Egyptian saints throughout the world. He was a soldier in the Roman army, and died a martyr about the year 309 when he refused to renounce his faith in Christ. His feast is celebrated on November 11...