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Great thing to know. Jesus' Miracles

Video of miracle after miracle in the Orthodox Church: mostly icon related.

The Daily LIves, MIracles, and Wisdom of the Saints and Fasting Calendar, from The Orthodox Calendar Company ... livesofthesaintsc...

The “Seven Arrows” Icon of the Mother of God depicts the Virgin’s heart pierced by seven arrows. The original icon stood at the belltower stairway entrance of a church in honor of Holy Apostle John. It faced downwards, so people mistook it for a board and walked on it. Then a cripple had a vision that he would be healed by this icon. The icon was found and glorified; afterwards, the cripple healed. The icon worked miracles during a cholera epidemic.

Second Edition! INCLUDES STICKERS! This is the book you need to help your children feel the beauty of Great Lent! 14 dogmatically correct coloring pages, patterns of Icons, and an A3 size poster. US$7.49

"Reading" the icon of the Theotokos of Perpetual Help

An image of Christ unabashedly adorned with sequins and glitter, created by local nuns. This dazzling decorated image of Christ is displayed in tribute to the miracle of San Juan Nuevo in Mexico.

Thinking w/ the Crucifix: as we kick off the Year of Faith, let's ponder what Chesterton said about the Cross- it's the only symbol that can keep its shape while extending itself in all directions; it breaks out. To think with the Crucifix is necessarily to think outside of the box. When afraid, a simple prayer of "Lord, where are You in all this?" helps. Having recourse to the Sacraments and Rosary helps us think with the Cross. When studying the faith, let these things help you join the dots.

Antique "Our Lady of Perpetual Help" Plaster Relief Icon. $115.00, via Etsy.