This triptych's central image is of St. Luke, Archbishop of Simferopol and Crimea. A pioneering and world-famous surgeon, a confessor under torture, a bishop and a miracle-worker, St. Luke is truly one of the most amazing saints who suffered at the hands of the Soviets. Outspoken regarding his faith, he was exiled and tortured multiple times, yet the authorities could not deny his exceptional medical skills. He was appointed as a chief surgeon overseeing the treatment of injured soldiers during WWII, and received the Stalin award for his groundbreaking surgical work. Through the grace and boldness he has obtained before the throne of the Lord, he continues to work miracles and healings even after death, for those have undoubting recourse to his intercessions.
4 3/4" x 8" when fully open
This small wooden icon features the Kazan Mother of God, Christ Pantocrator and St. Nicholas side by side. An adhesive strip on the back allows you to easily display it...
This beautiful volume is a collection of thirty prayers to Jesus Christ, along with a concluding prayer to God the Father. Intended as a companion volume to Mother of the Light:...
The original "Donskoy" Icon of the Mother of God was painted by Theophan the Greek. On the day of the Kulikovo Battle, the Icon was amidst the Russian army, giving...
Bring the festal joy of the Lord's Nativity into your home with this beautiful, gold embossed icon. 10.5" X 8.25"