Panagia Pantanassa

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The holy and miracle working icon of the Virgin Mary was brought to the Vatopaidi monastery by the Blessed elder [[Joseph of Vatopedi|Joseph]] (who is still alive) from the Nea Skete. The first record that the icon has miraculous powers was witnessed by Elder Joseph. One day a young man from Cyprus went to visit and entered into the church. At that point, the Elder witnessed a glowing light radiating from the face of the Theotokos and an invisible power pushed the young man down to the ground.
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The holy and miracle working icon of the Virgin Mary was brought to the Vatopaidi monastery by the Blessed elder [[Joseph of Vatopedi|Joseph]] (who is still alive) from the Nea Skete. The first record that the icon has miraculous powers was witnessed by Elder Joseph. One day a young man from Cyprus went to visit and entered into the church. At that point, the Elder witnessed a glowing light radiating from the face of the Theotokos and an invisible power pushed the young man down to the ground. When the young man had recovered from his fall, he began to repent and weep and confessed that ...
  
 
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Revision as of 19:53, April 28, 2008

icon of Panagia Pantanassa of Mount Athos (prototype)

Panagia Pantanassa the most Holy Queen of All is a miraculous icon of the Virgin Mary from the holy and great Monastery of Vatopaidi, Mount Athos, Greece. The icon depicts the Theotokos enthroned and holding her son.

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Pantanassa, monastery of Vatopaidi (Athos)

This icon is known for working miracles, especially with cancer. A copy sent to Russia is also known for its miracles.[1]

Pantanassa, Mystras

  • Historical Mystras (Sparta/Laconia, Greece)

List of monasteries

List of Pantanassa churches

  • (Athens, Greece)
  • (Patras, Greece), consecrated in 1859.
  • Chora, Folegandros island (Cyclades, Greece)
  • Seafront, Naxos island (Greece)

Reference

  1. Monastery of Vatopedi
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