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Mounted Orthodox Icons of Q-S Saints  (77)

ST. REBECCA

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11935
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ST. SERAPHIM OF SAROV

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11936
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ST. STEPHEN

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11937
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ST. SYMEON THE NEW THEOLOGIAN

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11938

Commemorated on March 12 / 25

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

This great and godly Father of the Church was born in Galatai in Paphiagonia and educated in Constantinople, where he entered the imperial service. He left all for Christ and took himself off to a monastery, living in asceticism under the guidance of an elder, Simeon, then becoming abbot of the monastery of St Mamas and finally a hermit. He was the greatest theologian since St Gregory the Theologian. His writings, illumined with the grace he carried in his heart, are a true theological revelation. He entered into rest in 1022, leaving wonder-working relics.

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ST. SOZON

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11939
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ST. SERAPHIM & SYNAXIS OF THE RIGHTEOUS NUNS OF DIVEYEVO

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11940
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ST. RACHEL

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11941
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ST. ROMANUS THE MELODIST

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11942

Commemorated on October 1 / 14 (St. Romanos)

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

Born in the Syrian town of Emesa, he served as a verger first in Beirut and then in Constantinople at the cathedral, in the time of Patriarch Euphemius (490-96). Illiterate and with no musical training, he was despised by certain educated clergy. St Romanus prayed weeping to the Mother of God, and she appeared to him in a dream, held a piece of paper out to him and told him to swallow it. The following day was Christmas Day, and Romanus went up to the ambo and, with an angelic voice, sang: `Today the Virgin which has come down to us as the Kontakion of the Feast. All marvelled at the words of the hymn and at the singer`s voice. Receiving thus the gift of song from the Mother of God, Romanus composed more than a thousand kontakia. He died as a deacon of the Great Church in Constantinople in 530, and went to join the angelic choir.

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HOLY SEVEN YOUTHS OF EPHESUS

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11943

Commemorated on August 4 / 17

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

There was a great persecution of Christians tinder the Emperor Decius. The Emperor himself went to Ephesus, and there prepared a riotous festival in honour of dead idols and also a vicious slaughter of Christians. Seven youths, all of them soldiers, held themselves apart from the foul offering of sacrifice, and wholeheartedly begged the one God to save the Christian people. They were the sons of the most eminent administrator in Ephesus, and their names were: Maximilian, Iamblichus, Martinian, John, Dionysius, Exacustodianus and Antoninus. When they were accused before the Emperor, they hid on a hill called Ochlon outside Ephesus, concealing themselves in a cave. When the Emperor discovered this, he commanded that the cave be walled-in. God then, in His far-seeing providence, let a miraculous and long-lasting sleep fall on the young men. The imperial courtiers Theodore and Rufinus, secret Christians, caused a copper catafalque with leaden plaques to be made, on which were written the names of these young men and their death by martyrdom under the Emperor Decius. More than two hundred years then passed. In the time of the Emperor Theodosius the Younger (408-450), there arose a great dispute about the resurrection of the dead, for there were some who doubted the resurrection. Emperor Theodosius was greatly grieved at this dispute among the faithful, and prayed God that He would in some way reveal the truth to the people. At that time of altercation in the Church, some shepherds of a certain Adolius, who owned Ochlon, began building pens for their sheep and took stone after stone from this cave. Then the youths awoke from their sleep, young and in full health as they had fallen asleep. This marvel was noised abroad on all sides, and Theodosius himself came with a great retinue and spoke apart with the young men. After a week, they again entered into sleep, the sleep of death, to await the General Resurrection. The Emperor wanted to place their bodies in golden coffins, but they appeared to him in a dream and told him to leave them in the earth, as they had been.

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ST. SERAPHIM OF SAROV – FULL STATURE

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11944
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