January 30, 2017

Panagia Evangelistria of Tinos Resource Page

The ritual year of the miraculous icon on Tinos starts on 30 January with the festival dedicated to the Finding of the Icon. The next festival is dedicated to the Day of the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary, for from this the icon gets its name. July 23 is dedicated to the Vision of Saint Pelagia. The most important festival, the Dormition of the Panagia, is celebrated on 15 August.

Finding of the Panagia Evangelistria Icon in Tinos

Saint Pelagia of Tinos (+ 1834)

How a Plague Hastened the Discovery of the Miraculous Icon of the Virgin Mary on the Island of Tinos in 1823

The Second Finding of the Holy Icon of the Panagia Evangelistria in Tinos on December 18, 1842

An Academic Theologian Describes His Vision of the Theotokos

The Panagia Guides Two Lost Women in Tinos in 1971

The Ritual Year of the Icon of the Annunciation on the Island of Tinos, Greece

1947 Footage of Panagia of Tinos Feastday (video)

Tinos: the Island of the Lady of Angels (Documentary)

August 15th Celebrations in Greece for the Virgin Mary

August 15th Customs and Traditions In Greece

Statue Dedicated to the Discoverer of the Panagia Evangelistria Icon in Tinos

Thousands Gather for 190 Year Anniversary of the Vision of St. Pelagia

Today's Last Paraklesis Service In Tinos (photos)

Why We Celebrate OHI (OXI) Day in Greek Orthodoxy: The Virgin Mary and World War 2

The Story of Nun Pelagia Marabellia (+ 1945)