Chain not included.
This egg pendant is made in the tradition of the extraordinary Russian jeweler Peter Carl Fabergé. The first Fabergé egg was commissioned by Tsar Alexander III in 1885 as an Easter gift for his wife, Empress Maria. This was the beginning of a beautiful Romanov family tradition, to give jeweled eggs as gifts for Easter.
This high-quality pendant, decorated with hand-painted enamel and Austrian crystals, is the perfect addition to any ensemble all year round, but especially during the forty days of Pascha!
Measurements: 1.2" (H) x 0.60" (W)
Nickel-plated brass, enamel and Austrian crystals.
An engaging, illustrated guide to confession for children. This 100-page, easy-to-use aid will help a child understand and prepare for confession. Designed for both younger and older children, this book assists the child with brief, inspirational thoughts followed by prayers and an age-appropriate self-examination based on 1 Corinthians 13 (the "love chapter"). A Child's Guide to Confession also includes a glossary of basic vocabulary that children typically encounter when learning about or going to confession. Fully illustrated in a simple, colorful, yet reverent style.
This work for our children was compiled by the editors, as well as various staff members and content contributors, of Ancient Faith Ministries under the supervision of several Orthodox clergy as cited on the copyright page: namely, Fr Noah Bushelli, Fr Nicholas Speier, and Fr Andrew Stephen Damick.
Since ancient times, a glorious miracle has taken place each year at the Church of the All-Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem. The miracle is called the Holy Light, and it occurs on Great Saturday of Holy Week, when it is received solely by the Patriarch of Jerusalem—and then shared with a multitude of Orthodox pilgrims!
This book tells the true story of how, in 1926, a young monk named Father Microphones came to witness the mystery of the Holy Light with his own eyes! Learn the dramatic story behind this event, what the monk saw, and other incredible details about the site of our Lord's burial.
This incense blends the floral fragrances of spring blossoms with mellow vanilla undertones, making it less pungent than typical floral incense, complimented by notes of fresh citrus.
Over the centuries, the monastics of Mt. Athos have perfected the art of incense making. As a result, this high-quality Athonite incense burns to a powder and does not melt and suffocate charcoal. A single rock will burn evenly, and slowly, eliminating the necessity to constantly refresh your home or church censor.