This is a laminated print reproduction of our ST. Louppos Icon, painted by in-house Iconographer Mary Gaye. All reproductions are also handmade in-house by our staff.
Saint Louppus voluntarily delivered himself into the hands of the torturers, and presented to the emperor Maximian Galerius, who sentenced him to death. However, the soldiers who took up weapons against Louppos turned against one another and severely wounded themselves. As he was not yet baptized, even though he was a Christian, Louppos prayed to God that He would somehow plan his baptism before his death. At that moment, rain unexpectedly fell from the clouds upon this holy martyr and thus he received baptism from on high. After great sufferings, Louppos was beheaded and took up habitation in the Kingdom of Heaven.