Tuesday, November 11, 2014

An Icon Commissioned by St. Nektarios That He Kept in his Bedroom

In the bedroom of St. Nektarios, which is still preserved at Holy Trinity Monastery in Aegina, there is a large icon of the Panagia. This icon was commissioned by St. Nektarios from an iconographer among the Danielites of Mount Athos. It is an imitation icon of the Panagia from a church in his birthplace of Selybria to which he was spiritually tied from a young age.

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