With a radiant face and a quiet voice, St. Matrona received all who came to seek divine consolation through her presence. People of all ages and conditions thronged around her to ask her advice and her prayers. She fell asleep in peace in 1952. To this day, the faithful line up by the thousands to venerate her miracle-working relics located at the monastery of the Protecting Veil of the Mother of God in Moscow.
Painted by a monk at the Hermitage
Blessed Xenia of St. Petersburg was married early in life to a colonel, but his sudden and unexpected death left her widowed at the young age of 26. Realizing in...
This cupola-shaped travel icon of the Kazan Mother of God is easily mounted to a dashboard or other surface by a self-adhesive strip on the back. Approx. 2.5" x 3.25"...
Featuring a central icon of "Christ the Ruler of All" flanked by the Kazan icon of the Mother of God and an icon of St. Nicholas. Each icon is 1.5"...