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St. Photini (the Samaritan Woman) at Jacob’s Well
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St. Photini (the Samaritan Woman) at Jacob’s Well Orthodox Icon
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(St. Photina or St. Svetlana)

Commemorated on April 2 / March 20

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

"This was that Samaritan woman who had the rare fortune to speak with the Lord Christ Himself at Jacob's Well in Sychar (Jn. 4). Coming to faith in the Lord, she then came to belief in His Gospel, together with her two sons, Victor and Josiah, and five sisters who were called Anatolia, Phota, Photida, Paraskeva and Kyriake. They went to Carthage in Africa. But they were arrested and taken to Rome in the time of the Emperor Nero, and thrown into prison. By the providence of God, Domnina, Nero's daughter, came into contact with St Photina and was brought by her to the Christian faith. After imprisonment, they all suffered for Christ. Photina, who first encountered the light of truth by a well, was thrown into a well, where she died and entered into the immortal Kingdom of Christ."

Size: 6 1/2" x 9 1/2"
 
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