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Icons of St. Gall, abbot

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Icons of Our Holy Monastic Father St. Gall.  

Top Icon: from the St. Andrews Workshop in France. 

Next Icon: shows Sts. Comgall, Gall, and Columban (all associated with Bangor Abbey, County Down). St. Gall is in the centre.  This icon is available from St. George Orthodox Information Service in England and was published by St. Colman's Orthodox Church, Stradbally, Co. Loais, Ireland. The inscription on the scroll held by St. Gall is "Gold and silver have I none." 

Next Icon: of unknown provenance, perhaps from a St. Herman Calendar.

The icon below is a manuscript illumination of St. Gall in a chant book of the mid-11th century. St. Gall is shown with Abbot's staff on the right, and the scribe of the manuscript is presenting his work to the Saint for God's glory. 


 

A note on the icon graphics we host on this site, including the above icon: 
St. John Cassian Press does not "carry," i.e., reproduce, sell, or stock these icons. Those who wish to acquire icons should contact the icon's producer / distributor, if shown; otherwise, an icon maker or distributor should be contacted (a cursory list appears on the main Icons page). 


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Last update: 07/20/2007