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Iconography Report Annual Meeting January 2004

by Alexandria Lukashonak


  • The Church School director requested that festal icons be presented this year. Some of them have been covered in the past; however, they bear repeating.
  • On September 14, the icon of the Elevation of the Cross (9/14) was presented.
  • In October, the icon of the Transfiguration (8/6) was presented.

    No icons were presented during the special program "Their Proclamation has gone out to all the earth." However, the icon of the Baptism of Rus" was displayed during the Slavic Lands presentation. Other presenters displayed icons of Saints who missionized the respective countries.


  • On January 11, the icon of the Feast of Theophany (1/6) was presented to the church school students and the adult class.

    I am scheduling the following:

  • February - Nativity of the Mother of God (9/8)
  • April - Dormition of the Mother of God (8/15)
  • May - Pentecost (50 days after Pascha)

    These last three icons are not being presented on or near their appropriate dates because their feast days do not fall during the school year.