Saint Alexander of Constantinople - Byzantine Icon
Iconographer: Sister Markella, Holy Monastery of the Annunciation, Patmos
Commemorates on: August 30
Saint Alexander was sent to the First Ecumenical Council in Nicaea as the delegate of Saint Metrophanes, Bishop of Constantinople, to whose throne he succeeded in the year 325. When Arius had deceitfully professed allegiance to the Council of Nicaea, Saint Alexander, knowing his guile, refused to receive him into communion; Arius powerful partisans threatened that they would use force to bring Arius into the communion of the Church the following day. Saint Alexander prayed fervently that God might spare the Church; and as Arius was in a privy place relieving nature, his bowels gushed forth with an effusion of blood, and the arch-heresiarch died the death of Judas. Saint Alexander was Bishop from 325 until 337.
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by Mrs Peggy LoshDate Added: Thursday 04 June, 2015
The icons just arrived. As always, they are beautiful! My sincere thanks for your prompt service and wonderful religious products
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 06 June, 2002
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