St. Teresa of Avila

Teresa of Avila, Stained Glass Window at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Macon, GA ♥ X ღɱɧღ

Saint Barbara (France du nord, ca. 1500, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)

Saint Barbara Date: ca. 1500 Culture: North French Medium: Limestone, paint, gilt Dimensions: Overall: 46 x 15 x 11 in.

St. Catherine

Catherine of Alexandria (died 310 AD). Also known as St Catherine the Great Martyr. God willing, I will take her as my patron saint.

Icon of St. Sophia and her daughters, St Faith, St Hope and St Love ~Sept. 17th

Icon of St. Sophia and her daughters, St Faith, St Hope and St Love ~Sept.

The women in this icon are known collectively as the Holy Myrrhbearers. They are the ones who stayed close by to Christ to the very end and to first to see him after His glorious Resurrection. Notice my Patron Saint, Mary Magdalene, in the middle - love her!

The women in this icon are known collectively as the Holy Myrrhbearers. They are the ones who stayed close by to Christ to the very end and to first to see him after His glorious Resurrection. Notice Mary Magdalene in the middle.

St. Mary of Egypt

Mary of Egypt has an amazing story! She went from extreme promiscuity and chasing men to being a woman of God who survived alone in the desert for over 47 years! Blessed Mary of Egypt pray to God for us!

Akathist to St. Ksenia (Xenia) of St. Petersburg (Orthodox Prayers to Find a Job, Spouse, or Home, to Save a Marriage, and for the Healing of Mental Illness)

Canonization of Saint Xenia of Saint Petersburg Saint Blessed Xenia of St. Petersburg – born Xenia Grigoryevna Petrova s a patron saint of St. Petersburg, who according to tradition, gave all her possessions to the poor after her husband died.

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