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Mounted Orthodox Icons of M Saints  (35)

MYRRHBEARING WOMEN

Type of icon: Russian Silk Orthodox Icon#: 11746

These "Silk Orthodox Icons" are high quality reproductions made in Russia. They are silk printed giving them extra fine detail and the vivid full color usually found only in an original hand-painted icon. Each icon has an intricate metal gold and/or silver colored thin film deposited on the image giving the icon an extra shine and luster. The icons are mounted on wood with brown painted borders and edges.

Price: € 4.92 £ 3.94 $ 6.54

APOSTLE MARK

Type of icon: Russian Silk Orthodox Icon#: 11747

These Silk Orthodox Icons are high quality reproductions made in Russia. They are silk printed giving them extra fine detail and the vivid full color usually found only in an original hand-painted icon. Each icon has an intricate metal gold and/or silver colored thin film deposited on the image giving the icon an extra shine and luster. The icons are mounted on wood with brown painted borders and edges.

Price: € 7.90 £ 6.32 $ 10.51

APOSTLE MATTHEW

Type of icon: Russian Silk Orthodox Icon#: 11750

These "Silk Orthodox Icons" are high quality reproductions made in Russia. They are silk printed giving them extra fine detail and the vivid full color usually found only in an original hand-painted icon. Each icon has an intricate metal gold and/or silver colored thin film deposited on the image giving the icon an extra shine and luster. The icons are mounted on wood with brown painted borders and edges.

Price: € 7.90 £ 6.32 $ 10.51

ST. MACARIUS THE GREAT

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11751

Commemorated on January 19 / February 1

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

Macarius was an Egyptian and one of the younger contemporaries of Anthony the Great. His father was a priest. Out of obedience to his parents, Macarius married. However, his wife died shortly thereafter and he withdrew into the wilderness where he spent sixty years in labor and struggle, both internally and externally for the Kingdom of Heaven. When they asked him: Why is he so thin when he eats and when he does not eat? He responded: From the fear of God. So much did he succeed in cleansing his mind of evil thoughts and his heart of evil desires that God bestowed upon him the abundant gift of miracle-working so that he even raised the dead from the graves. His humility amazed both men and demons. A demon once said to him: There is only one thing in which I am unable to overpower you. It is not in fasting; for I do not eat anything. It is not in vigils; for I never sleep. But, what is it? asked Macarius. Your humility answered the demon. Macarius often spoke to Paphnutius, his disciple: Do not judge anyone and you will be saved. Macarius lived to be ninety-seven years old. Nine days before his death, St. Anthony and St. Pachomius appeared to him from the other world and informed him that he would die within nine days, which happened. Also, before his death, Macarius had a vision in which a cherubim revealed to him the blessed heavenly world, commended his effort and his virtue and said to him that he was sent to take his soul into the Kingdom of Heaven. He died in the year 390 A.D.

Price: € 34.74 £ 27.80 $ 46.22

ST. MARINA

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11752

Commemorated on July 17 / 30

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

Born in Pisidian Antioch of pagan parents, Marina only heard of the Lord Jesus at the age of twelve, of His incarnation of the most pure Virgin, His many miracles, His death by crucifixion and His glorious Resurrection. Her little heart was inflamed with love for the Lord, and she vowed never to marry and, further, desired in her soul to suffer for Christ and be baptised with the blood of martyrdom. Her father hated her for her faith, and would not regard her as his daughter.

Price: € 34.74 £ 27.80 $ 46.22

MYRRH-BEARING WOMEN

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11753
Price: € 34.74 £ 27.80 $ 46.22

ST. MELCHIZEDEK

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11754
Price: € 34.74 £ 27.80 $ 46.22

ST. MAMAS

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11755
Price: € 34.74 £ 27.80 $ 46.22

ST. MARK THE EVANGELIST

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon – English Inscription#: 11756

Commemorated on April 25 / May 8

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

"Mark was a companion and helper of the Apostle Peter in his journeys. Peter, in his first Epistle, calls him his son, not after the flesh but after the spirit (I Pet. 5:13). When Mark was with Peter in Rome, the faithful begged him to write down for them the saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus, His miracles and His life. So Mark wrote his Gospel, which the Apostle Peter himself saw and testified to as true. Mark was chosen by the Apostle Peter to be bishop, and sent to Egypt to preach. And so Mark was the first preacher of the Gospel and the first bishop in Egypt. Egypt was oppressed by a thick darkness of paganism, idolatry, divination and malice. But, with the help of God, St Mark succeeded in sowing the seed of the knowledge of God in Libya, Ammonicia and Pentapolis. From Pentapolis, he went to Alexandria, whither the Spirit of God led him. In Alexandria, he succeeded in establishing the Church of God, in giving her bishops, priests and deacons and in rooting everything firmly in faithfulness and devotion. Mark confirmed his preaching with many great miracles. When the pagans brought accusations against Mark as a destroyer of their idolatrous faith, and when the governor of the city began to search for Mark, he fled again to Pentapolis, where he continued his earlier work. After two years, Mark again returned to Alexandria, to the great joy of his faithful, whose number had already increased very greatly. The pagans took the opportunity to seize Mark, and they bound him firmly and began to drag him over the cobblestones, crying: `We`re taking the ox to the stall!` They threw him into prison all injured and bloodstained, where there appeared to him first an angel from heaven, who encouraged and strengthened him, and then the Lord Himself. Jesus said to him: `Peace to thee, Mark My Evangelist!`, to which Mark replied: `And peace to Thee, my Lord Jesus Christ!` On the next day, the wicked people hauled Mark from prison and again dragged him through the streets with the same cry: `We`re taking the ox to the stall!` Utterly spent and enfeebled, Mark said: `Into Thy hands, 0 Lord, I commend my spirit`, and thus breathed his last and went to the better world. His holy relics were given burial by Christians, and through the ages they gave healing to people from every pain and ill."

Price: € 34.74 £ 27.80 $ 46.22

ST. MAXIMUS THE CONFESSOR

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11757
Price: € 34.74 £ 27.80 $ 46.22
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