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Mounted Orthodox Icons of A Saints  (53)

ST. AGNES

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11513
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ST. ALBAN

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11514
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ST. ANTIPAS OF PERGAMOS

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11515
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STS. ATHANASIUS & CYRIL

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11516
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AFRICAN MARTYRS (STS. SOPHIA & IRENE)

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11517
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ST. ANATOLY OF OPTINA

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11518
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ST. ANDREW THE COMMANDER

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11519
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ST. ANDREW THE FIRST-CALLED

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11520

Commemorated on November 30 / December 13

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

He was the son of Jonah and brother of Peter, born in Bethsaida and a fisherman by profession. He was first a disciple of St John the Baptist, but, when John pointed to the Lord Jesus and said: `Behold the Lamb of God` (Jn. 1:36), St Andrew left his first teacher and followed Christ. After that, Andrew brought his brother Peter to the Lord. After the descent of the Holy Spirit, it fell to the lot of the first of Christ`s apostles, St Andrew, to preach the Gospel in Byzantium and Thrace, then in the lands along the Danube, in Russia and around the Black Sea, and finally in Epirus, Greece and the Peloponnese, where he suffered. In Byzantium, he installed St Stachys as its first bishop; in Kiev he raised the Cross on high and prophesied a Christian future for the Russian people; in Thrace, Epirus, Greece and the Peloponnese, he brought many people to the Faith and gave them bishops and priests. In the city of Patras he performed many wonders in the name of Christ and brought many to the Lord, among whom were the brother and wife of the imperial governor, Aegeatus. Aegeatus, infuriated by this, put Andrew to torture and then crucified him. While he was still alive on the cross, the Apostle of Christ taught the Christians who were gathered round him. The people wanted to take him down from the cross, but he would not let them. Finally, the Apostle prayed to God and a strange radiance surrounded him. This light lasted for half an hour and, when it disappeared, the Apostle gave his holy soul into God`s hands. Thus the first-called Apostle, who first of the twelve Great Apostles came to know the Lord and followed Him, finished his earthly course. St Andrew suffered for his Lord in the year 62. His relics were translated to Constantinople, but his head was later taken to Rome and one hand to Moscow.

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ST. ANTHONY THE GREAT

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11521

Commemorated on January 17/30

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

He was an Egyptian, born about 250 in a village called Quemen-el Arons near Heracleopolis. After the death of his rich and noble parents, he shared his inherited possessions with his sister, who was still in her minority, made sure that she was cared for, gave away his half of the inheritance to the poor and, at the age of twenty, consecrated himself to the life of asceticism that he had desired from childhood. At first he lived near his own village but then, in order to escape the disturbance of men, went off into the desert, on the shores of the Red Sea, where he spent twenty years as a hermit in company with no-one but God, in unceasing prayer, pondering and contemplation, patiently undergoing inexpressible demonic temptations. His fame spread through the whole world and around him gathered many disciples whom he, by word and example, placed on the path of salvation. In eighty-five years of ascetic life, he went only twice to Alexandria: the first time to seek martyrdom during a time of persecution of the Church, and the second at the invitation of St Athanasius, to refute the Arians` slanderous allegations that he too was a follower of the Arian heresy. He departed this life at the age of 105, leaving behind a whole army of disciples and followers. And, although Anthony was unlettered he was, as a counsellor and teacher, one of the most learned men of his age. When some Hellenic philosophers tried to test him with literary learning, Anthony shamed them with the question: `Which is older, the understanding or the book? And which of these is the source of the other?` The shamed philosophers dispersed, for they saw that they had only book-learning without understanding, while Anthony had understanding. Here was a man who had attained perfection insofar as man is able on earth. Here was an educator of educators and teacher of teachers, who for a whole eighty-five years perfected himself, and only thus was able to perfect many others. Full of years and great works, Anthony entered into rest in the Lord in the year 356.

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SYNAXIS OF THE APOSTLES

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11522
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