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Saint Demetrios (XXIc) Icon - S222

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Saint Demetrios (or Demetrius) was born in Thessaloniki in the third century. He was a soldier in the Roman army and exhibited every Christian virtue. During the persecution of the emperor Diocletian, Demetrios was imprisoned. While in prison he spoke of...

Saint Nicholas (XVIc) Icon - S181

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Saint Nicholas was born in the third century in the city of Patara. His wealthy Christian parents died when he was young, and he gave his inheritance to the poor. Devoting himself to the Church, Nicholas was eventually ordained Bishop of Myra. ...

Saint John of Kronstadt Icon - S237

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Saint John of Kronstadt was a married priest who lived in virginity with his wife. He worked tirelessly for the poor and the people of his parish, and was given by the Lord the ability read thoughts and work miracles. So great was his holiness, that in...

Saint Peter the Aleut Icon - S212

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Saint Peter was an Aleut native of Kodiak Island, Alaska. He was baptized by the monks of Saint Herman's mission. In 1815, while hunting seals, he and several other Aleuts were kidnapped by Spanish sailors and taken to San Francisco. There they were...

Christ Pantocrator (XXIc) Icon - X112

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Pantocrator, "almighty," is one of the many names of God used in the Bible. It refers to Christ as Sabaoth, "Lord of Hosts," the ruler of all, and the sustainer of the universe. This image of Christ is the most widely-used subject in all of Orthodox...

Transfiguration (Sinai) Icon - F184

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After six days Jesus took with him Peter and James and John, and led them up a high mountain apart by themselves; and he was transfigured before them,æand his garments became glistening, intensely white, as no fuller on earth could bleach them. And...

Theophany (Athos) Icon - F255

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John the Baptist was preaching in the wilderness, preparing the way for Our Lord. As John was baptizing the people in the Jordan River, Jesus came to be baptized Himself—not that He had sins to be forgiven, but to inaugurate His ministry. The...