that was not far from a glass factory, in 1888.
An image of the “Joy of All Who Sorrow” icon was hanging in the village chapel when the building was struck by lightning, shattering the alms box and charring the chapel walls. The icon “Joy of All Who Sorrow” was found lying face down on the floor.
Its “Renewal” was seen as a sign from heaven, and its fame spread.Since then, the icon has been commemorated on Gregorian calendar of July 23rd or July 10th on the Julian Calendar. You can see pictures of the church and the original silver ikon here. The one above, is a popular reproduction that is often found in Orthodox homes and churches.