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Icons Of The Saints Of America

An icon of the Saints of America.

The Icon

These icons were done by iconographer, Cheryl Pituch. The Icon of St. Luke is in the center surrounded by the icons of the Saints of America. These are individually removable for use on the feast days of the saints.

Feast Day - 2nd Sunday after Pentecost

Troparion in tone 8

As the bountiful harvest of Your sowing of salvation,
the lands of North America offer to You, O Lord, all the saints who have shone in them.
By their prayers keep the Church and our land in abiding peace
through the Theotokos, O most Merciful One.

Kontakion in tone 3

Today the choir of Saints who were pleasing to God in the lands of North America
now stands before us in the Church and invisibly prays to God for us.
With them the angels glorify Him,
and all the saints of the Church of Christ keep festival with them;
and together they all pray for us to the Pre-eternal God.

To view the Lives of the Saints of America, please click here