Helpful Links

Bookstore | Ethical Issues | Icons | Jurisdictions | Monasteries | Orthodox Charites | Our Young People | Publisher | Seminaries | Vestments 

Here are some links to various Orthodox Christian web sites. The list isn't comprehensive. We'll continue adding to it as we go along. Nevertheless, it's good place to start if you want to explore the world of Orthodox Christianity via the internet.

 

 

Bookstore: This is a Orthodox Christian bookstore located here in St. Louis near Manchester Blvd and Big Bend. They carry a wide variety of books, icons, music, jewelry, and gifts.

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Ethical Issues:
This link is to the offical web site of the Moscow Patriarchate. Yes, that's right, the one in Russia. The web site contants excellent material on a wide variety of modern day social concerns related to bioethics, ecology, personal and family morality, war and peace, crime, punishment, and so forth. The information on this web site reflects the official position of Moscow Patriarchate. It is well worth reading. 

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Icons: You can find just about any icon through these web sites. Most of the icons are written in the traditional Byzantine or Russian styles and already mounted. You can even commission the writing of an icon by doing an internet search for iconographers. 

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Jurisdictions: Here's a list of canonical Orthodox Christian jurisdictions. The list below isn't complete. The Antiochian, Greek, and OCA web site are the most complete and comprehensive. You'll find lots of valuable information. 

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Orthodox Charities: The International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC) IOCC is a pan-Orthodox charitable giving endeavor here in America. The Orthodox Christian Mission Center is the official international mission agency of the Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas (SCOBA), commissioned to proclaim the fullness of the Christian faith to all nations by establishing and nurturing vibrant, Eucharistic Orthodox Christian communities worldwide.

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Internet Broadcasts: Music, church services, interviews, lectures, etc. It's well worth keeping one of these on at home or in the office. 

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Monasteries: There are now over 120 Orthodox monastic communities in the United States and Canada. Here are just a few. These are the ones Fr. Daniel has had the opportunity to visit as a pilgrim.

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Our Young People:
The Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) is the official campus ministry effort under SCOBA. Death to the World is a publication targeting young people in our society who are sick of themselves and feel out of place in this world. The magazine tries to open up to them the beauty of God's creation and invites them to look at a sick world in a very different way. 

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Publishers: If you are looking for books, periodicals, etc., you should be able to find it on one of these websites. 

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Seminaries: 

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Vestments: (cassocks, baptismal garments, etc.)

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