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Mary becomes Mother of God: The year 431 A.D. was a momentous one in the history of the Queen of Heaven.  That's the year the church fathers, meeting in Ephesus in modern day Turkey,  officially de...

Theotokos: How the Mother Goddess became Mary

Theodore the Studite, the God-bearing Father, hymnographer and theologian. The dimension is, 10cm x 12cm. High quality wall plaque crafted in a unique way with pure beeswax, mastic and incense exactly like the first Christian icons of Luke the Evangelist.No other materials or chemicals of any sorts are used.It emits a very distinct odor due to the incense from Mount Athos creating an atmosphere similar to an Orthodox church or to a Monastery. Free shipping worldwide.

Theodore the Studite, the God-bearing Father, hymnographer and theologian. The dimension is, 10cm x 12cm. High quality wall plaque crafted in a unique way with pure beeswax, mastic and incense exactly like the first Christian icons of Luke the Evangelist.No other materials or chemicals of any sorts are used.It emits a very distinct odor due to the incense from Mount Athos creating an atmosphere similar to an Orthodox church or to a Monastery. Free shipping worldwide.

Theodore the Studite, the God-bearing Father, hymnographer and theologian. The dimension is, 10cm x 12cm. High quality wall plaque crafted in a unique way with pure beeswax, mastic and incense exactly like the first Christian icons of Luke the Evangelist.No other materials or chemicals of any sorts are used.It emits a very distinct odor due to the incense from Mount Athos creating an atmosphere similar to an Orthodox church or to a Monastery. Free shipping worldwide.

Theodore the Studite, the God-bearing Father, hymnographer and theologian. The dimension is, 10cm x 12cm. High quality wall plaque crafted in a unique way with pure beeswax, mastic and incense exactly like the first Christian icons of Luke the Evangelist.No other materials or chemicals of any sorts are used.It emits a very distinct odor due to the incense from Mount Athos creating an atmosphere similar to an Orthodox church or to a Monastery. Free shipping worldwide.

Sainted Bishops in Icons hold their main tool: the Gospel Book, from which they proclaim the Good News to the faithful during the Liturgy. Many of the Church Fathers were also Bishops, and some of their “writings” which we read today were not writings at all, but sermons preached after the reading of the Gospel, later copied down by the congregation for other churches to benefit from. Their inspired teachings were grounded in the Gospel, and so they hold these books.........

The meaning of objects held by Saints in Icons

Iconography can be an extremely concise way of communicating the Faith. Therefore, what the Saints hold in their hands in portrait icons help in identifying them and in telling us about their lives…

Theodore the Studite, the God-bearing Father, hymnographer and theologian. The dimension is, 10cm x 12cm. High quality wall plaque crafted in a unique way with pure beeswax, mastic and incense exactly like the first Christian icons of Luke the Evangelist.No other materials or chemicals of any sorts are used.It emits a very distinct odor due to the incense from Mount Athos creating an atmosphere similar to an Orthodox church or to a Monastery. Free shipping worldwide.

Theodore the Studite, the God-bearing Father, hymnographer and theologian. The dimension is, 10cm x 12cm. High quality wall plaque crafted in a unique way with pure beeswax, mastic and incense exactly like the first Christian icons of Luke the Evangelist.No other materials or chemicals of any sorts are used.It emits a very distinct odor due to the incense from Mount Athos creating an atmosphere similar to an Orthodox church or to a Monastery. Free shipping worldwide.

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St John Chrysostom St. John, named Chrysostom (golden-mouthed) on account of his eloquence, came into the world of Christian parents, about the year 344, in the city of Antioch.

St John Chrysostom Preacher, Archbishop of Constantinople, Doctor of the Church, Early Church Father

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