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Saint Nectarios icon of Aegina, Handmade Silver 999 Greek Orthodox icon of St Nectarios, Byzantine art wall hanging on wood religious plaque

Saint Nectarios icon of Aegina, Handmade Silver 999 Greek Orthodox icon of St Nectarios, Byzantine art wall hanging on wood religious plaque

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This byzantine serigraphy icon is an original copy of byzantine handicraft and style made by pure Silver 999* combined with PVD to ensure long lasting in time without losing its vividness depicting Saint Nectarios. An inspired artwork abiding to the Athonian technique that was gives this icon unique religious and aesthetic value.

Saint Nectarios of Aegina, also known as Saint Nektarios, was a renowned Orthodox Christian saint and theologian who lived in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Born as Anastasios Kephalas on October 1, 1846, on the Greek island of Selymbria, he embarked on a spiritual path after a successful career in teaching and law.

Answering a divine calling, Anastasios embraced monastic life, taking the name Nectarios. Known for his profound wisdom, humility, and holiness, he quickly gained recognition within the Orthodox community. In 1904, he was appointed as the Metropolitan Bishop of Pentapolis, a diocese in Egypt, where he dedicated himself to pastoral care, education, and charitable endeavors.

Throughout his life, Saint Nectarios emphasized the significance of prayer, love, and fostering a personal connection with God. He wrote extensively on theology and spirituality, leaving behind a remarkable legacy of teachings. His compassionate nature and spiritual guidance touched the lives of many, and he is venerated as a patron saint of cancer patients and is believed to have performed miraculous healings.

Saint Nectarios passed away peacefully on November 8, 1920. His sanctity and profound impact on the faithful were officially recognized by the Orthodox Church, and he is revered as a beloved saint. His feast day is celebrated on November 9th, serving as a reminder of his enduring inspiration and guidance in the spiritual journeys of believers.

Can be hung on a wall or placed on a flat surface.

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