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Virgin Mary "Vsetsaritsa" (Pantanassa), Orthodox Serigraph Icon


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Virgin Mary "Vsetsaritsa" (Pantanassa), Orthodox Serigraph Icon
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Original icon of the Mother of God, called "Vsetsaritsa (Pantanassa)" belongs to Vatopedsk monastery church. Monastery located on the Holy Mount Athos in Greece. This Miraculous icon was writing in XVII century and deeply revered in the Holy Mount and far beyond. This image is famous for the many miracles of healing from the painful and deadly disease that has attained an extraordinary spread of the modern world - cancer.
It is believed that this icon was first seen in Russia on the day the Care Nicholas II abdicated. Tradition holds the Virgin said she would be the "Queen" of Russia.

SIZE: 8 1/4" x 6 3/4"

Made in Russia

Translation at the bottom of this icon:
The Most Holy Birth Giver The Queen of All. In your image, the joyful Queen of All, we request your affectionate blessing saying: "Mistress deliver us from every evil, to you we flee from every danger. You are our defender. To you we seek refuge."


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