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The Wedding at Cana

What a beautiful and thoughtful gift for a wedding or anniversary! This wonderful icon depicts Christ's first public miracle, the changing of water into wine at the request of His mother, as described in the Gospel of John (2:1-11). Related Products: CA6884 PCM516

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The Prodigal Son

This icon recounts Jesus' parable from Luke's Gospel 15:11-32, commonly called the Prodigal Son. Here we observe the moment when son who squandered his inheritance has returned in shame only to be embraced by his father. This is an original design by Sr. Marie Paul, but is a familiar…

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The Holy Family

"The Holy Family" icon is beautifully painted in iconographic style, but the composition is from western rather than from eastern Christianity. The young Christ Emmanuel is surrounded in love by Mary and Joseph. The Holy Family serves as an example and a reminder of the importance of…

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The Nativity

This ancient Byzantine icon of "The Nativity" is far different from the usual scenes of joy and intimacy in western Christian art. It presents the Gospel story with a wealth of symbolic detail, including elements from the Protevangelion of James as well as the Nativity narratives in Luke…

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The Washing of the Feet

In "The Washing of the Feet", Jesus sets for the Apostles (and for us) an example of humble service to one another by washing the Apostle's feet at the Last Supper. (John 13:3-17) We liturgically follow Christ's command to wash each other's feet at the "Mandatum"…

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The Great High Priest

This image by Sr. Marie Paul, OSB, is a synthesis of two classical icons. The first is the Crucifixion; the second is Christ the High Priest. The Crucifixion image has been used from earliest times. A lesser-known icon is that of Christ the High Priest. The depiction originated in the Balkans in the…

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The Resurrected Christ

Christ appears before us in this beautiful icon in a robe of brilliant white, recalling the robes worn by the righteous in John's Revelation. The Lord's arms are opened wide in a gesture of welcome but also displaying the wounds of His crucifixion. Jesus invites us to share in His new life…

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The Road to Emmaus

Chapter 24 of Luke's Gospel tells the familiar story about two of Christ's disciples, one named Cleopas, who encounter a mysterious stranger on the road to the town of Emmaus. They only recognize Him as Jesus when they break bread together at the evening meal. This original icon by Sister…

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The Holy Women at the Tomb

In this icon, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of Jesus, and Salome arrive at the tomb, carrying spices to anoint the body of Jesus. They encounter an angel who tells them to be unafraid, Jesus is risen. This icon, whose design dates from third century, is a beautiful reminder of the Easter miracle.…

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Triumph Over Death (Anastasis)

This icon depicts the "Descent into Hell," Jesus' gift of paradise to those who waited in the abode of the dead before the Paschal Mystery. Christ, dressed in the white robe of resurrection, calls Adam and Eve forth from their tombs, while at His feet, the shattered gates of hell and…

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The Visitation

In "The Visitation" Mary embraces her kinswoman Elizabeth, as the prenatal John the Baptist leaps with joy and recognition within Elizabeth's womb. (Luke 1:39-56) "And Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit and exclaimed with a loud cry, 'Blessed are you among women, and…

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The Ascension

"Men of Galilee, why do you stand looking up toward heaven?" (Acts 1:9-11) Mary and the apostles witness the miracle of the Ascension, celebrated forty days after Easter each year as one of the major feasts of the Church. Related Products: CA6767 PCM503

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Pentecost

The feast of Pentecost signals the end of the Easter season and commemorates the great event described in Acts 2:1-4. This early Byzantine design shows Mary and the Twelve receiving the gift of the Holy Spirit, coming in "tongues, as of fire." Related Products: CA6769 PCM504

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Ruth and Naomi

"Where you go, I will go; where you lodge, I will lodge; your people shall be my people, and your God my God." (Ruth 1:16) These famous words of love and devotion were spoken by the Moabite woman Ruth to her mother-in-law Naomi, a Hebrew widow. Ruth became the great-grandmother of King…

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The Family of Nazareth

This sacred image depicts the home life of the Holy Family at Nazareth where St. Joseph provided for his family and taught his foster son the trade of carpentry. This scene is a model of Christian community based on prayer, teaching, work, sharing and love. Related Products: CA5162 PCM531

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Peter Do You Love Me

Jesus grasps the hand of frightened St. Peter who is overwhelmed by the waves and the wind. A net full of fish at the right recalls the the post-Resurrection account of Peter's encounter with the risen Lord (John 21) when Jesus asks him three times "Peter, do you love me?" The rooster…

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St. Joseph and the Christ Child

Our community commissioned this icon from Sister Marie-Paul to occupy the head of the left aisle in our Abbey Basilica. Devotion to Saint Joseph has always been strong among the monks of Conception Abbey. The example he set of faithful service and labor dovetails with the Benedictine model of…

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Sorrowful Mother (Mater dolorosa)

The icon of the Sorrowful Mother is a synthesis of several traditional icon motifs. This scene is taken from the account of the Passion (see Mt 27:57-61, Mk 15:46, Lk 23:50-53, Jn 19:38-40). We can all identify with the grief of the Blessed Virgin as she cradles her son and Our Lord in her arms. The…

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Follow Me

"I am the vine, you are the branches." This striking metaphor from John 15:5 is used by Jesus to explain the relationship between humanity and Himself. This marvelous icon by Sister Marie-Paul uses the motif to bring together many of the Gospel scenes in which Jesus called people to be His…

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The Secret of the Meal

The title "The Secret of the Meal" refers to the mystical reality of the institution of the Eucharist at the Last Supper. Christ is the central figure in this icon and is the only one who looks directly at us. Jesus holds his right hand, not straight up as in traditional blessing position,…

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The Baptism of Christ

"Then Jesus came from Galilee to John at the Jordan, to be baptized by him. (Matthew 3:13) This icon is also called the "Theophany," a word that means "manifestation of God." The occasion is important because it marks the first manifestation of the Trinity in the Gospel and…

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