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Mounted Orthodox Icons of N-O Saints  (56)

ST. OLGA, EQUAL TO THE APOSTLES

Type of icon: Russian Silk Orthodox Icon#: 11815

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: € 26.30 £ 21.06 $ 32.99

STS. ONUPHRIUS AND PETER OF MT. ATHOS

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11816
Price: € 36.85 £ 29.51 $ 46.22

ST. NICETAS

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11817

Commemorated on April 3 / 16

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

He was born in Bithynia, in the town of Caesarea. His father, Philaret, losing his wife, became a monk. Nicetas remained with his paternal grandmother. After he had grown up and finished his schooling, he went to a monastery in Midikion, where Nicephorus, the abbot, tonsured him as a monk. After seven years of toil and asceticism, he was ordained hieromonk by Patriarch Tarasius. After the deaths of Nicephorus and Nicetas`s great friend, Athanasius, the brethren chose Nicetas as abbot, much against his will. St Nicetas was a holy example of life and asceticism to his brethren for many years. But when Leo V, the Armenian, came to the throne, following the devout Empress Irene and the pious Emperors Nicephorus and Michael, the iconoclast heresy sprang up again. The Emperor deposed Patriarch Nicephorus and sent him into exile, and in his place put a heretic, Theodotus Cassiteras, a man of impure life. Nicetas was imprisoned and tortured, but remained unwavering in his Orthodoxy. He was taken from prison to prison and tortured by hunger and thirst, by cold and heat and malice. But he remained utterly unwavering. A certain Nicolas pestered him particularly with his derision and malice. But one night the dead father of this Nicolas appeared to him in a dream and said: `Leave that servant of God alone! `From that moment Nicolas repented, and not only refrained from pestering him but prevented others doing likewise. When the Emperor Leo the Armenian had made an evil end, the throne passed to the Orthodox Emperor Michael Balbus, who freed all the Orthodox sufferers. Nicetas retired to a lonely place near Constantinople, where he spent the remaining days of his earthly life in prayer and thanksgiving to God. When he died, his body was taken to his monastery and, during that journey, many of the sick, on touching his body, were healed. His relics were placed close to the graves of his spiritual father, Nicephorus, and his friend Athanasius. This great hierarch entered into rest in 824.

Price: € 36.85 £ 29.51 $ 46.22

SYNAXIS OF THE OPTINA ELDERS

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11818
Price: € 36.85 £ 29.51 $ 46.22

ST. NEOPHYTUS

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11819
Price: € 36.85 £ 29.51 $ 46.22

ST. NICHOLAS – FULL STATURE

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11820

Commemorated on December 6 / December 19

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

"This saint, famed throughout the entire world today, was the only son of his eminent and wealthy parents, Theophanes and Nona, citizens of Patara in Lycia. They dedicated to God the only son He gave them. St Nicholas was instructed in the spiritual life by his uncle Nicholas, Bishop of Patara (see below), and became a monk at `New Sion`, a monastery founded by his uncle. On the death of his parents, Nicolas distributed all the property he inherited to the poor and kept nothing back for himself. As a priest in Patara, he was known for his charitable works, fulfilling the Lord`s words: `Let not thy left hand know what thy right hand doeth` (Matt. 6:3). When he embraced a life of solitude and silence, thinking to live in that way until his death, a voice from on high came to him: `Nicholas, set about your work among the people if you desire to receive a crown from Me.` Immediately after that, by God`s wondrous providence, he was chosen as archbishop of the city of Myra in Lycia. Merciful, wise and fearless, Nicolas was a true shepherd to his flock. He was cast into prison during the persecutions of Diocletian and Maximian, but even there continued to instruct the people in the Law of God. He was present at the First Ecumenical Council in Nicaea in 325, and, in his zeal, struck Arius with his hand. For this act, he was removed from the Council and from his episcopal duties, until some of the chief hierarchs had a vision of our Lord Christ and His most holy Mother showing their sympathy with Nicholas."

Price: € 36.85 £ 29.51 $ 46.22

ST. NICHOLAS WITH RIZA

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11821

Commemorated on December 6 / December 19

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

This saint, famed throughout the entire world today, was the only son of his eminent and wealthy parents, Theophanes and Nona, citizens of Patara in Lycia. They dedicated to God the only son He gave them. St Nicholas was instructed in the spiritual life by his uncle Nicholas, Bishop of Patara (see below), and became a monk at `New Sion`, a monastery founded by his uncle. On the death of his parents, Nicolas distributed all the property he inherited to the poor and kept nothing back for himself. As a priest in Patara, he was known for his charitable works, fulfilling the Lord`s words: `Let not thy left hand know what thy right hand doeth` (Matt. 6:3). When he embraced a life of solitude and silence, thinking to live in that way until his death, a voice from on high came to him: `Nicholas, set about your work among the people if you desire to receive a crown from Me.` Immediately after that, by God`s wondrous providence, he was chosen as archbishop of the city of Myra in Lycia. Merciful, wise and fearless, Nicolas was a true shepherd to his flock. He was cast into prison during the persecutions of Diocletian and Maximian, but even there continued to instruct the people in the Law of God. He was present at the First Ecumenical Council in Nicaea in 325, and, in his zeal, struck Arius with his hand. For this act, he was removed from the Council and from his episcopal duties, until some of the chief hierarchs had a vision of our Lord Christ and His most holy Mother showing their sympathy with Nicholas.

Price: € 36.85 £ 29.51 $ 46.22

ST. NATALIA

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11822
Price: € 36.85 £ 29.51 $ 46.22

ST. NILUS THE MYRRHGUSHER

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11823
Price: € 36.85 £ 29.51 $ 46.22

ST. NIPHON, PATRIARCH OF CONSTANTINOPLE

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11824
Price: € 36.85 £ 29.51 $ 46.22
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