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Greek Icon Blue Madonna 7x9

Greek Icon Blue Madonna 7x9
$29.00

Greek Icon, Blue Madonna, 5x7 in.

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Publication Date: 
2021-08-01
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Greek Icon Jesus 5x7 in

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Publication Date: 
2021-08-01
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Greek Icon Red Madonna 5x7 in

Greek Icon Red Madonna 5x7 in
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Greek Icon, Red Madonna, 5x7 in.

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Icon 3x4 Christ Victorious (Risen Christ)

Icon 3x4 Christ Victorious (Risen Christ)
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"By death has He trampled down death!" In this Easter Christ Victorious icon holy angels kneel in awe before the Risen Christ, who looks heavenward and stands in on the door of His tomb carrying the banner of victory. 

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602SM
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Icon 3x4 Untier of Knots

Icon 3x4 Untier of Knots
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Untie all knots and smooth them, prayed the Jesuit priest, Fr. Jakob Rem. In gratitude for Our Lady's answer to his prayers, the painting of Mary Untier of Knots icon was created around 1700 by German artist Johann Schmidtner. Devotion to this Marian image can be found throughout Europe and South America, and now through Pope Francis, throughout the world. Like all our Virgin Mary Icons, our artist's presentation of this classic theme shines forth in radiantly bright colors.

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Icon Archangel Raphael 3x4

Icon Archangel Raphael 3x4
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This St. Raphael Icon portrays the archangel of healing and the protector of travelers. He holds his angelic staff and an orb with the first letter for the Greek word for "Christ."

St. Raphael is one of seven Archangels who stand before the throne of the Lord. He holds his angelic staff and an orb with the first letter for the Greek word for "Christ." He was sent by God to help Tobit, Tobiah and Sarah. At the time, Tobit was blind and Tobiah's betrothed, Sarah, had had seven bridegrooms perish on the night of their weddings. For anyone who needs healing or travels frequently these Catholic icons are meaningful gifts. 

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Icon Brother Andre 3x4"

Icon Brother Andre 3x4"
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Born in a pious rural family in Montreal, Canada in 1845, Alfred Bessette was a frail child whose poor health and chronic indigestion carried over into youth and old age, up to his death at the age of 91. In his youth, he met Father Andre Provencal, who inspired the devotion to Saint Joseph that became the hallmark of the young saint.

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Icon Damien the Leper 3x4

Icon Damien the Leper 3x4
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Leaving his Belgian homeland to serve in the Hawaiian missions, he eventually was made the pastor to the Catholic lepers on the island of Molokai. His self-sacrificing service to those whom the world had rejected in revulsion eventually led to his own death from leprosy. St. Damien of Molokai Icon is the patron of lepers, sufferers of AIDS, and outcasts. 

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Icon Holy Family 3x4"

Icon Holy Family 3x4"
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In these icons of Christ the Holy Family gazes at the viewer with calm repose. The Blessed Virgin gestures towards her divine Son, who blesses with one hand and with the other grasps the miraculously blooming staff of His guardian, Saint Joseph.

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Icon Immaculate Heart of Mary 3x4

Icon Immaculate Heart of Mary 3x4
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The Immaculate Heart icon is another unique presentation of a classic theme of Western sacred art . These Virgin Mary Icons feature the merciful gaze of the Blessed Virgin filling the beholder with the very love for her Divine Son and compassion for mankind that burns in her Immaculate Heart.

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Icon Nymphios (Bridegroom)

Icon Nymphios (Bridegroom)
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Icon Our Lady of Czestochowa 3x4

Icon Our Lady of Czestochowa 3x4
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While many different Virgin Mary icons exist, legend attributes the creation of the icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa to St. Luke, the first Christian iconographer. St. Helena is said to have located the icon during her visit to the Holy Land and brought it to Constantinople in the fourth century. In a critical battle with the Saracens, this icon was displayed from the walls of the city and the Saracens were routed. The icon was eventually owned by Charlemagne and changed hands many times, eventually making its way to Poland.

During the reign of St. Ladislaus, King of Poland, in the fifteenth century, the Tartars stole and vandalized the image, but the holy icon was recovered and restored.

The legend concerning the two scars on the Black Madonna's right cheek is that the Hussites stormed the monastery where the icon resided in 1430, plundering the sanctuary. Among the items stolen was the icon. After putting it in their wagon, the Hussites tried to get away but their horses refused to move. They threw the portrait down to the ground and one of the plunderers drew his sword upon the image and inflicted two deep strikes. When the robber tried to inflict a third strike, he fell to the ground and writhed in agony until his death.

Many times in the following centuries, the Holy Virgin demonstrated her miraculous protection of the Polish people through her icon. The Our Lady of Czestochowa icon is sometimes referred to as the "Black Madonna" because of the black color of the original, caused by age and the accumulated soot of the ages.

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Icon Our Lady of Mt Carmel 3x4

Icon Our Lady of Mt Carmel 3x4
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Appearing in the 13th century to Carmelite brother Saint Simon Stock, Our Lady held out the scapular and promised her special aid for the salvation of all who wore it. One of the most popular subjects amongst Virgin Mary icons, this icon of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel portrays the perfect embodiment of contemplation and virtue. Our Lady was chosen as the patroness of the Carmelite Order.

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906SM
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Icon Our Lady of Perpetual Help 3x4

Icon Our Lady of Perpetual Help 3x4
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The Our Lady of Perpetual Help icon has been venerated by Christians of the East and West for centuries. The Archangels Gabriel and Michael hold the instruments of the Lord's Passion, while the Divine Child looks on and clings to His Mother's hand. These Virgin Mary icons are also known as "Our Mother of Sorrows."

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563SM
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Icon St Agatha

Icon St Agatha
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Icon St Anthony of Padua 3x4

Icon St Anthony of Padua 3x4
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St. Anthony of Padua is one of the Catholic Church's most popular saints. Saint Anthony of Padua, patron saint of lost and stolen articles, was a powerful Franciscan preacher and teacher. In Catholic icons he's typically portrayed holding the child Jesus—or a lily—or a book—or all three—in his arms. 

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Icon St Barbara 3x4

Icon St Barbara 3x4
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St. Barbara lived in the 4th century and was brought up as a heathen. She was denounced to the pagan authorities by her father himself when he learned she had converted to Christianity, and was beheaded by her father when she refused to recant.

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Icon St Barnabas 3x4

Icon St Barnabas 3x4
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Closely associated with St. Paul, St. Barnabas was one of the 72 apostles and an important figure in the early church. These saint icons honor that role. Tradition has St. Barnabas preaching in Alexandria and Rome and the founder of the Cypriote Church. He was stoned to death at Salamis about the year 61.

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757SM
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Icon St Basil the Great

Icon St Basil the Great
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 St. Basil was one of the giants of the early Church, and is a Doctor of the Church. He was responsible for the victory of Nicene orthodoxy over Arianism in the Byzantine East. He was learned, accomplished in statesmanship, a man of great personal holiness, and one of the great orators of Christianity. His feast day is January 2. 

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704SM
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Icon St Bernard 3X4

Icon St Bernard 3X4
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Our St. Bernard Icon illustrates Saint Bernard, who founded and led the monastery of Clairvaux, which quicklly had more than 700 monks and eventually 160 daughter houses. He also revised and reformed the Cistercians. These saint icons pay homage to the patron of beekeepers, bees, candlemakers, the Cistercian Order, and the Knights Templar. 

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Icon St Brigid 3x4

Icon St Brigid 3x4
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Second only to Saint Patrick as a patron of Ireland, Saint Brigid (St. Bride) holds a cross woven from rushes ("St. Brigid's cross"), which was her custom to make when she was instructing the pagans, and which are hung anew in Irish homes each year on her feastday. In this St. Brigid icon, she holds a bowl of "Saint Brigid's fire," in her other hand, a miraculous fire which burned at her convent for centuries.

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Icon St Cecilia 3x4

Icon St Cecilia 3x4
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This St. Cecilia icon depicts one of the most revered of the early Virgin Martyrs of Rome. These saint icons show the patron saint of music, especially church music, as well as that of musicians, composers, instrument makers and poets. The name Cecilia means blind and so she is also the patron saint of the blind. 

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Icon St Clare 3x4

Icon St Clare 3x4
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As a young girl, Saint Clare was inspired by the example of Saint Francis and his friars to leave the comforts of her aristocratic home and embrace the life of holy poverty, receiving the habit at the Saint's hands. The nuns who gathered around her eventually became known as the Poor Clares, whose life of prayer and asceticism is well known to this day. 

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Icon St Demetrios 3x4

Icon St Demetrios 3x4
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Martyred in the fourth century by the emperor Diocletian, Saint Demetrios' mission form the heavenly world has been to protect Christians from their persecutors and bestow miraculous healings through the relics at his shrine in Thessaloniki. Brother Simeon's portrait shows him with a determined expression, clothed in classical military garb, drawing his sword, ready for heavenly battle in these saint icons.

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Icon St Dymphna 3x4

Icon St Dymphna 3x4
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Martyred by her deranged father, Saint Dymphna has made her specialty the healing of mental illness and emotional and nervous disorders. To this day, hundreds enjoy the grace of her intercession. These saint icons feature her holding lilies.

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Icon St Elizabeth Seton 3x4

Icon St Elizabeth Seton 3x4
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The first "All-American saint," Saint Elizabeth Seton was Foundress of the Sisters of Charity and the originator of parochial schools. In these saint icons she is depicted holding the rosary, on which she avidly prayed, and a scroll on which is written one of her favorite spiritual maxims. Elizabeth Bayley Seton was the first native born American to be canonized by the Catholic Church. 

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Icon St Frances Xavier Cabrini 3x4 icon

Icon St Frances Xavier Cabrini 3x4 icon
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This St. Frances Cabrini Icon shows a women who came to America in the late 19th century and founded schools, hospitals, and orphanages among the growing number of Italian immigrants. In 1946, she became the first American citizen to be canonized when she was elevated to sainthood by Pope Pius XII. She is the patron saint of immigrants. 

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412SM
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Icon St Gabriel Archangel 3x4

Icon St Gabriel Archangel 3x4
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St. Gabriel's feast day is September 29th. The name Gabriel means "man of God," or "God has shown himself mighty." It appears first in the prophesies of Daniel in the Old Testament. The angel announced to Daniel the prophecy of the seventy weeks. His name also occurs in the apocryphal book of Henoch. He was the angel who appeared to Zachariah to announce the birth of St. John the Baptizer. Finally, he announced to Mary that she would bear a Son Who would be conceived of the Holy Spirit, Son of the Most High, and Saviour of the world.

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585SM
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Icon St Gertrude 3x4"

Icon St Gertrude 3x4"
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427SM
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Icon St Ignatius Loyola 3x4

Icon St Ignatius Loyola 3x4
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St. Ignatius is the founder of the Society of Jesus, or Jesuits. He is the patron of Jesuits, soldiers, retreats, and the Spiritual Exercises. 

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Icon St James the Greater 3x4

Icon St James the Greater 3x4
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Our St. James the Greater icon pays homage to one of the first disciples to join Christ. Brother to Saint John the Apostle, they were known as the "Sons of Thunder." Some ancient writings claim he traveled to Iberia (Spain) as a missionary. The Book of Acts records that he was beheaded by Herod Agrippa. His relics were later translated from the Holy Land to Compostela in Spain. He is the patron saint of Spain, where he is often identified as Santiago.

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Icon St James the Less- 3x4

Icon St James the Less- 3x4
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This Apostle called "the Younger" or "the Just," named in the lists of the disciples given by Matthew, Mark, and Luke and mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles. He was the son of Alpheus and was known as "the Less" merely as a means of distinguishing him from James the Greater who was older or taller. According to Mark, he stood with the woman Mary and Mary Magdalene at the Crucifixion; he is also called by implication the son of the woman Mary. Little else is known with certainty about him, unless one accepts the view that he is to be identified with St. James, the Brother of the Lord, with whom he is often confused. In liturgical art, he is depicted holding a book or a club. He shares the same feast day as St. Philip.

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744SM
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