Saint Nicholas Ecumenical Institute - Romania-
was established in 1997 as part
of the work of the Metropolitanate of Moldavia and Bucovina to promote
mission, ecumenical dialogue, education and culture in the contemporary
ecumenical religious context (english version).
- was founded in 1999, with the purpose to fulfil the social charity work of
the Romanian Orthodox Church by helping the disadvantaged categories of the
society (elders, children, poor families etc).
Orthodox Church in America
- The Orthodox Church in America
(O.C.A.) was recognized, established and proclaimed as an autocephalous
Church on April 10, 1970. It is an independent and self-governing Church
with the right to elect its Head and all its Bishops.
The Romanian Orthodox Archdiocese in
America and Canada - The Romanian Orthodox
Church in the United States and Canada was formed, by the clerical and lay
representatives of the parishes of which it is composed at the Church
Congress, meeting in Detroit, Michigan, on April 25, 1929, as a Missionary
Episcopate, subject canonically to the Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox
The Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of America- the official
website of The Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of America (ROEA). The site is
made possible through the Episcopate's Department of Publications and is now
directly operated from the ROEA Chancery.
The Holy Trinity
Romanian Church - LA-USA- The Holy Trinity
Romanian Orthodox Church of Los Angeles, CA, was established on June
25, 1939 by a group of some 25 persons of Romanian ancestry who held their
first "parish general assembly" in the home of Petru German
- Monachos.net exists to further
the study of Orthodox Christianity through reflection on its patristic,
monastic, liturgical and ecclesiastical heritage. Its aim is to be a
resource for academic, scholarly and personal study, a forum for the
provision of patristic source and secondary materials as well as
ecclesiastical information on related matters, an environment for the
discussion of and reflection upon the Church's patristic, monastic,
liturgical and ecclesiastical heritage, and a means of providing access to
materials on the Church's thought and life.
This photo gallery brings you no
less than 1809 pictures of different orthodox sights. They are meant to
bring the Holy Orthodox Faith closer to the souls of the people.
- a lot of people in this world
heard about the HOLY LIGHT that comes out on Resurrection Day in Easter
(Pascha) in Jerusalem. People who haven't seen it believe that the Orthodox
Patriarch goes into the Holy Sepulchre and lights up the candles. Through
our pages you will realize the truth, that HOLY LIGHT is a great miracle
of CHRIST for all the world to see.
- is at the center of a powerful
new convergence of television, radio, and the Internet – a reality that is
carrying Orthodox Christian information and communications into the new
Orthodox Christian Association of Medicine,
Psychology and Religion
exists to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and promote Christian fellowship
among helping professionals in medicine, psychology and religion. Members
pursue an understanding of the whole person which integrates the basic
assumptions of medicine, psychology and religion with the Orthodox Christian
faith in educating and serving Church and community.
- is maintained by Fr.
Johannes Jacobse, a priest in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.
This site was established to provide interested readers with articles that
bring a moral perspective to pressing cultural questions. American
culture needs moral renewal.