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Blessings of the Lord! We carry over 500 icons to help you pray. Our most popular icons are shown below and more will be added. Kindly contact us if you do not see the icons you are looking for. We carry icons sizes up to 11x14 inches. The icons below are prior to being finished. To see samples of our finished icons, check out our Gallery of Icons.
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1MA42 Saint Marina (Margaret), Great Martyr, of Antioch in Pisidia 8x10
The holy and glorious Great- martyr Marina of Antioch (also known as Margaret of Antioch) was martyred for her faith under the persecutions of the Roman Emperor Diocletian. The Church remembers her on July 17.
1MA52 The great and holy myrrh-bearer Mary Magdalene 8x10
The great and holy myrrh-bearer Mary Magdalene, equal of the apostles, was a disciple of Jesus named Mary from Magdala, a town in Galilee. Her feast is celebrated on July 22, and she is also remembered on the Sunday of Myrrh-bearing Women.
1ME22 The holy, glorious and right-victorious Martyr Menas 8x12
The holy, glorious and right-victorious Martyr Menas (or Mina; 285-309 A.D.), the Wonder-worker, is one of the most well known Egyptian saints in the East and the West, due to the many miracles that are performed through his intercessions. His feast day is celebrated on November 11.
1NE10 Saint Nectarios of Aegina 8x10
St. Nectarios (1846-1920), Metropolitan of Pentapolis and Wonderworker of Aegina, was officially recognized as a saint by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople in 1961. His feast day is celebrated on November 9. He is often referred to as Nectarios of Pentapolis or Nectarios of Aegina
1NE12 Saint Nektarios 8x12
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1NA10 Saint Martyr Natalia 8x12
he holy and glorious Martyrs Adrian and Natalia (also Hadrian and Natalie) were husband and wife who lived during the fourth century. Their feast day is celebrated on August 26.
1NI12 Saint Nicholas of Myra, Wonder-worker 8x10
Our father among the saints Nicholas of Myra, Wonder-worker, was the archbishop of Myra in southern Asia Minor in the fourth century and is also the basis for the Santa Claus legends and imagery which accompany Christmas celebrations in much of the world. He is widely honored and venerated, not only in the Orthodox Church, but throughout most Christian groups. He is known to have been archbishop of Myra and he participated in the Council of Nicea in 325. In addition to being honored as the patron saint of many countries, notably Greece and Russia, he is the patron of many occupational groups, most notably of sea-farers. St. Nicholas is commemorated by the Church on December 6, and also on May 9 (the transfer of his relics) and on July 29 (his nativity).
1PA10 Saint Paisios The Great 8x12
St. Paisios lived in the fourth century in Egypt. A great multitude of monks and laymen gathered around him like bees around honey absorbing his wonderful teachings. He is commemorated on June 19th.
1PA11 Greatmartyr Saint Panteleimon 8x12
The holy, glorious and right-victorious Greatmartyr Panteleimon (or Pantaleon) the Unmercenary Healer was martyred under the reign of Emperor Maximian (ca. 305 A.D.). His feast day is celebrated on July 27.
1PA20 Holy Righteous Martyr Saint Paraskevi 8x10
The holy and glorious Virgin-Martyr Saint Paraskevi (also Paraskeva) was arrested during the reign of the Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius (r. A.D. 138-161) under the penalty of refusing to worship idols and adhering to the state pagan religion. After enduring many tortures, she was eventually released by the emperor, continuing to profess Christ. She was eventually tortured and beheaded by the Roman governor Tarasius in the year 180. The Church commemorates her on July 26.
1PP11 Holy Chief Apostles Peter and Paul 8x12
Apostle Peter is the leader of the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ.. Apostle Paul was not one of the Twelve Apostles. Paul was the "Apostle to the Gentiles", being converted while on the road to Damascus by Jesus Himself. The Church remembers them together on June 29.
1SE11 Our venerable and God-bearing father Seraphim of Sarov 8x12
Our venerable and God-bearing father Seraphim of Sarov was a Russian ascetic who lived at the Sarov Monastery in the 18th century, and is considered a wonder-worker. The Church commemorates St. Seraphim on January 2, and the opening of his relics on July 19.
1SI20 Our venerable father Saint Silouan the Athonite 8x12
The venerable Silouan the Athonite (also known as Silouan of Mount Athos) was a monk of the early twentieth century at the Monastery of St. Panteleimon known for his wise counsel. He is remembered by the Church on September 24.
1SO10 Martyrs Sophia, Pistis, Elpis & Agape 8x12
Martyrs Sophia and her children Pistis, Elpis & Agape (Faith, Hope and Love) are commemorated on September 17th. This is an excellent baby shower gift for general child health.
1ST20 Saint Stylianos of Paphlagonia 8x10
St. Stylianos was from Paphlagonia living in the latter 6th century and early 7th century. He loved the Lord Jesus Christ with his whole heart and lived in strict asceticism. When he fell asleep in the Lord, his face shone like the sun and an angel appeared to take his soul to Glory. His prayers have worked many miracles, both during his earthly life and since. He is of special help to children who are ill and to childless couples. He is known as a protector of orphans. He is commemorated on November 26th.
1SY51 The glorious Prophet Simeon the New Theologian 8x10
The glorious Prophet Simeon the God-receiver (also Symeon) was present when Jesus was brought into the temple as an infant (celebrated as the feast of the Presentation). His feast day is celebrated on February 3, with that of St. Anna the Prophetess.
1TH12 The Holy Great Martyr Theodore the Stratelates 8x10
The Holy Great Martyr Theodore the Stratelates, also Theodore the Heraclea, was a Roman Stratelates (General) who, in the early fourth century, as a Christian preached the Gospel while serving as the military commander in the city of Heraclea in Thrace until emperor Licinius had him tortured and then beheaded after he refused to sacrifice to the Roman gods. St. Theodore is regarded as the patron saint of soldiers. He is commemorated on February 8. The translation of his relics is remembered on June 8.
1TH21 The Great Martyr Theodore the Tyro 8x10
The Great Martyr Theodore the Tyro, also Theodore the Recruit, Theodore the Soldier, and Theodore of Amasea, was a soldier who served in the Roman army during the time of the great persecution of Maximian of the turn of the third to fourth centuries. His feast day is February 17.
1TH50 Saint Theophano the Empress 8x10
The Holy Empress Theophano was the first wife of Emperor Leo VI the Wise (886-911). She and her husband were imprisoned for three years because Leo was falsely accused of intending to assassinate his father. After receiving her freedom, Theophano spent her life in prayer and fasting, earnestly struggling for her salvation. Living in the world, she renounced everything worldly. She was a benefactor to the poor, and was generous toward monasteries. She was a true mother to her subjects, caring for widows and orphans, and consoling the sorrowful. She entered into the Heavenly Kingdom in 893 or 894. She is commemorated on December 15
St Theodore of Tyre 8x10
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St. Theodore of Tyre 8x10
St. Theodore of Tyre 8x10