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Embracing the Icon of Love

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Since its mysterious origin in Crete, its hidden journey to Europe, and its enshrinement in the Church of St. Alphonsus Liguori in Rome, the icon of Our Mother of Perpetual Help has become a beloved focus of devotion for millions of people.

In Embracing the Icon of Love Br. Daniel Korn, iconologist for the Redemptorist order, relates the intriguing history of this famous ic
Paperback, 96 pages
Published June 1st 2015 by Liguori Publications (first published February 1st 2015)
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Sep 14, 2015 Stuart rated it it was amazing
There are a lot of things I love about Christianity. I love reading Scripture and commentaries that point out things I miss. I love the complexity of the Rosary and the simplicity of the Jesus Prayer. I love the knowledge of the Church Fathers and the simplicity of the childlike Saints! And I love the beauty of icons, but more than that I love the depth of icons. Brother Daniel Korn shares this love of iconography, and it is on full display in his book Embracing the Icon of Love.

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