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Visit our archdiocesan website for information
An introduction to the Orthodox Faith. This site is hosted by the Orthodox Church in America (OCA).
Web site of Fredica Matthews-Green, popular Orthodox, American author, with some of her essays
Icons, Books, Etc.
Conciliar Press has an array of quality Orthodox Christian books, magazines, icons and gifts.
Eighth Day Books is in Wichita, Kansas, and is owned by members of St. George Cathedral in our archdiocese and good friends of Bishop Basil. Just because you can’t find a book on their site doesn’t mean they don’t have it. If you don’t see it, call them.
St. Isaac of Syria Skete in Wisconsin offers a very large collection of mounted print icons, using photos that they have taken at various Orthodox communities around the world. Their monastery is in obedience ot the Orthodox Church in America.
The place to go for Russian Orthodox Music CDs. They have music in English and Russian, but you can also get a limited selection of Byzantine Chant in both English and Greek. If you’re not sure what you want, call up Vlad and ask him about the music; he’s very knowledgable.
This website is run by the St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood and offers books for sale as well as information on thier ministry. They have generoulsy allowed us to use the articles from the booklet Door to Paradise on our website. The booklet may be obtained from: St. Herman Press, P.O. Box 70, Platina, CA 96076.
An entire prayerbook available in English on the web, courtesy of the Archdiocese of Athens.
Antiochian site offering many prayers for the day as well as all the prayers prescribed in preparation for communion, as used in our parish.
A web site dedicated to Fr. Alexander Schmemann
St. Raphael of Brooklyn, who founded what is now our archdiocese and is the first Arab-American saint.
St. Luke Serbian Orthodox Mission, with recordings of Serbian Chant
FOCUS North America. As an expression of Christ’s love FOCUS North America serves the hungry, thirsty, stranger, naked, sick and imprisoned by providing Food, Occupation, Clothing, Understanding, and Shelter.
The Orthodox Christian Mission Center — This is the organization through which St. John sponsors a number of African, Orthodox priests.