6 1/2" x 9"
Commemorated on July 11/24
According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in
The Prologue from Ohrid:
"Helena (or Elena), was a great Russian princess who, before her baptism, was called Olga. Olga was the wife of Prince Igor. Patriarch Polyeuctus baptized her in Constantinople. She was very zealous for the Orthodox Faith in Russia. She entered into eternal rest in the year 969 A.D. "
One of the first Saints of Russia, St. Olga's was the grand-mother of St. Vladimir the Enlightener of Russia.
This is a laminated and mounted print.