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Men have crowded all her glory into a single phrase: The Mother of God. No one can say anything greater of her. ~ Martin Luther

Men have crowded all her glory into a single phrase: The Mother of God. No one can say anything greater of her. ~ Martin Luther

Icon of Panagia and child  Greek Orthodox Icons

Icon of Panagia and child Greek Orthodox Icons

Maica Domnului cu Pruncul

Maica Domnului cu Pruncul

Archangel Raphael #icône

Archangel Raphael #icône

Mother of God with The Child Jesus. Orthodox icon handmade painted. Made only on demand romanian icon Greek icon Russian icon

Mother of God with The Child Jesus. Orthodox icon handmade painted. Made only on demand romanian icon Greek icon Russian icon

オーソドックスなアイコン,赤ちゃんのイエス,母メアリー,宗教美術,マドンナ,聖人,ビザンチンアイコン,私たちのために祈ります,オンデマンド

detail - icon of The MostHoly Mother of God

detail - icon of The MostHoly Mother of God

My Sweetest Mother, Most Holy Theotokos, Panayia mou, please continue praying for me to your Son! Please continue helping me with everything, because I don’t have the strength to do it alone. I strongly need your intercessions..! May His Will be done, not mine.

My Sweetest Mother, Most Holy Theotokos, Panayia mou, please continue praying for me to your Son! Please continue helping me with everything, because I don’t have the strength to do it alone. I strongly need your intercessions..! May His Will be done, not mine.

Generally, in the Orthodox Christian tradition, icons of the Theotokos show her holding her Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. She is the Mother of God, and so it is right to represent her as a Mother...

Generally, in the Orthodox Christian tradition, icons of the Theotokos show her holding her Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. She is the Mother of God, and so it is right to represent her as a Mother...

Mother and Child⭐

Mother and Child⭐

Feast of Mary, Mother of God; Vatican City; January 1; Honors Mary's divine maternity, on the octave of Christmas. Replaces the feast of the Circumcision.

Feast of Mary, Mother of God; Vatican City; January 1; Honors Mary's divine maternity, on the octave of Christmas. Replaces the feast of the Circumcision.

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