St. Michael the Archangel is known in Orthodox tradition to be the Chief Commander of the Bodiless Hosts, and is a mighty protector for those in need. Each Orthodox Christian is also vouchsafed a guardian angel at their baptism to help the fight the good fight and preserve their faith until death. A strong devotion to these two angels can prove a source of strength and refuge in times of temptation.
5" x 5" when fully open
From Sofrino: a triptych icon fronted with ornate Russian crosses, opening into a wonderful classic icon of the Nativity of the Lord. 10" x 7.5" x 1/4"Main icon 5" x 7.5"
The traditional Deisis (Greek: supplication) icon features an image of Christ enthroned, carrying a book, and surrounded on either side by the Virgin Mary and St. John the Baptist. They are shown facing towards Christ...
St. Seraphim of Sarov was a Russian ascetic and wonderworker who lived at the Sarov Monastery in the 18th century. He is one of the most beloved Orthodox saints...