The Mother of God Jerusalem Icon – Available For Purchase in Poster Format
I am very happy to share this poster with you, and am very grateful to the St. Xenia Skete, in Wildwood, California, who blessed me to be able to take this image which was made for them by a Fr. James, and was hanging in their office. Mother Theofania, saids that this particular image of the Mother of God, which hangs in Jerusalem over her sepulchre, is considered to be the one which looks the most like her as she would have appeared living.
In gratitude for blessing me to use this icon with the inscription by Abbess Rufona, to raise operating funds for HeartSoul Ekonomia Institute, I am donating 25% of the proceeds to the St. Xenia Skete.
Come back soon to see the Poster, Postcard, and Wallet Size Card Design!
Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.
Abbess Rufona’s Testament of the Mother of God:
“No matter what sorrow might befall you, no matter what sickness might strike you, no matter how unbearable your family life might be, no matter how unstable your position at work–in all these circumstances turn to the Queen of Heaven, and with tears beg her to help, and She, our Sovereign Lady, will hear you and help you in everything. Remember, that for Her, there is nothing impossible.”
Dear Friends, Following are the Designs of the Poster which is available in three sizes, and also are the Postcard and the Wallet Size Versions of this Icon of the Mother of God-Jerusalem:
This is the PostCard Version.
It will have minimum
printing on the back.
This is the Wallet Sized Version. I decided on a slim card
so that it would fit more easily in the
billfold or any wallet card compartment.
Mother of God Icon at Jerusalem–Some Stories About this Icon which Occurred Recently
Hope you like these. There were some recent miracles regarding this Icon, perhaps you may have heard of them. Elizabeth from Jordanville, just told me about them. One miraculous incident is that a lady went to the Icon in Jerusalem (it tours in the Middle Eastern Area) and wanted to give to the Mother of God – Jerusalem her wedding ring to adorn the Icon as a expression of reverence, and was in line and having a hard time taking the ring off of her finger. When the woman, feeling a bit distraught, got up to the the Icon, the Mother of God herself, hand came from the Icon and took the ring off of the lady’s finger, in the presence of many witnesses. It shows that these simple gifts of piety are accepted by our Lord Jesus Christ, and our Sovereign Lady.