- What does this hand gesture mean in Icons?
- Why does the Orthodox Cross have three bars?
- How to Recognize the Holy Apostles in Icons
- The meaning of objects held by Saints in Icons
- Icons of the Mother of God
- Baptism of Christ | The Theophany Icon
- Jesus Christ | The Icon of God
- The Nativity of the Theotokos Icon
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Monthly Archives: August 2017
After yesterday’s post about St Phanourios of Rhodes, current news of a potentially wonder-working icon from the same Greek island. According to various sources, an icon of St Nektarios has been bleeding from the hands since December last year … Continue reading →
Icons have been often described as a method of teaching about theology, Christ’s life and His Saints to the illiterate. In centuries past – and it seems for most of human history – the majority of people could not read … Continue reading →