Icon of St. Killian of Bavaria - (1KI10)

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St. Killian of Bavaria (+689)

Commemorated July 8

During the 7th century St. Kilian, an Irish monk from Mullagh, sailed with eleven companions up the River Main in Germany to Würzburg. There he founded a monastery, undertook missionary work in Thuringia, and became the local bishop. He was martyred in 689 by King Gozbert after criticizing the monarch for marrying his brother’s widow. He thus followed in the footsteps of St. John the Baptist, who was imprisoned and martyred for levelling the same criticism at King Herod. 

More information about this saint can be found here.

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  • 5
    Icon of St. Killian

    Posted by Ellen Tosi on 28th Jun 2022

    Very pleased with the quality and image. This was not an easy saint to find and I wanted it to be from an Orthodox source.

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 15th Dec 2021

    Beautiful icon! Definitely will order from Uncut again.

  • 5
    Awesome Icon

    Posted by Kyle Campbell on 28th Dec 2020

    Great image quality and unique icon of this saint (my patron saint), which is hard to come by as is. Looks great in our family icon corner!

  • 5
    Icon of St. Killian of Bavaria

    Posted by Cynthia Chiatalas on 30th Mar 2020

    I was so happy to find that you Uncut Mountain Supply had the Icon of St. Killian/St. Kyle. I had been looking for a while. I should have checked your website first because you helped me find uncommon Saints in the past.

  • 5

    Posted by Pablo Wolfe on 1st Jun 2019

    A beautifully crafted icon.

  • 5
    Absolutely perfect

    Posted by Unknown on 23rd Jan 2018

    My wife and I have been hunting all over for an icon of St. Kilian for our one year old son for months now. After hitting dead ends everywhere, we were told to try to reach out to Uncut to see if they could help us. I emailed them asking if they could help, they requested some information because they weren't familiar with him at the time (many Celtic saints are fairly unknown), and within a few days I got an email back saying they now have an icon for him in the store.

    When it came in, it was exactly as advertised and is perfect. It will be with him by his side for the rest of his life. We are so thankful for Uncut being able to do this for us.