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Icons of St. Herman, monk

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Icons of St. Herman of Alaska, Monk, Missionary

Feast: Aug. 9, Dec. 12

Born in the Russian Empire, St. Herman became a monk at the great monastery of Valaam and later a missionary to Alaska. There, in America, he lived the rest of his life in asceticism, cared for the local Aleut people, and performed many miracles in life and death by the grace of God.  He was the first known saint of North America.  Holy Herman, pray to God for us!

Top Icon: by the hand of iconographer Janet Jaime, courtesy of the iconographer. There is an embedded holy Relic of St. Herman in this icon.

Next Icon: from St. Gregory of Sinai monastery.

Next Icon: by the hand of Fr. Andrew Tregubov.

Next Icon: of unknown provenance.

Next Icon: again by the hand of Fr. Andrew Tregubov.

Next Icon: by the hand of Xenia Pokrovskaya.

Next Icon: by the hand of Xenia Pokrovskaya. St. Herman teaches Aleut children on Kodiak Island.

Next Icon: of St. Herman and St. Innocent of Alaska, with relics embedded. From Christ the Saviour and Holy Spirit Orthodox Church, Norwood, Ohio.

Next Icon: by the hand of Mother Justina, Greek Old Calendarist Convent of St. Elizabeth the New-Martyr, Etna, California, with permission. 

At the bottom is shown the reliquary containing St. Herman's sacred Relics, which rests in Alaska.



 

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Last update: 07/20/2007