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…between created and uncreated… Category: Theotokos Icon. Panachranta

Theotokos. Icon. The Queen Stands At Your Right Hand

Святая Анна мать Богородицы

Saint Anne (ивр. ‏חַנָּה‏‎ — «милость», «благодать», греч. Αγία Άννα) (also known as Ann or Anna) of David's house and line, was the mother of the Virgin Mary and grandmother of Jesus Christ, according to apocryphal Christian and Islamic tradition.

Myrrh-Streaming Icon of the Holy Righteous Anna

Myrrh-Streaming Icon of the Holy Righteous Anna, Mother of the Most Holy Theotokos, in the "Joy of All Who Sorrow" Church in Philadelphia, PA.

For many years, Archimandrite Athanasy was the guardian of the myrrh-streaming icon of the Holy Righteous Anna, Mother of the Most Holy Theotokos, with which he traveled to a multitude of churches and monasteries in the dioceses of the Russian Church Abroad. The holy image was painted in the Mount of Olives Convent by Nun Mastridia, and began to stream myrrh in the United States. It was well known that the future priest fell in his childhood and was very badly hurt; he prayed to St. Anna, promising that, when he had the opportunity and the funds, he would order an icon of St. Anna.

For many years, Archimandrite Athanasy was the guardian of the Myrrh-Streaming Icon of the Holy Righteous Anna, the Mother of the Most Holy Theotokos, with which he visited many churches and monasteries in the dioceses of the ROCOR. The holy icon—painted in the Mount of Olives Convent by the Nun Mastridia—began to stream myrrh after it was brought to the US. It was widely known that in his childhood, Father Athanasy had been seriously injured in a fall. After praying for Saint Anna’s intercession, he pledged to commission a hand-painted icon in her honor. He spent the final years of his earthly life at Saint Tikhon’s Monastery.

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