I should be grateful for clarification about which icons should be put out in church for veneration and which are illustrative of some event and so not put out for veneration. For example, we put out icons of saints and that is obvious enough. We also put out icons of great feasts such as the Nativity of the Lord, the Annunciation, the Transfiguration, and so on, and that is also clear. However, there are icons of events such as Christ healing the man born blind, and, further, icons illustrating stories such as that of the Publican and the Pharisee and of the Prodigal Son.
What are the criteria for determining which icons are for veneration, and those which may be put out somewhere in the church but not for veneration?