Virtual Chapel

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It appears that the first virtual Orthodox chapel was built in '''Second Life'''. In a post on Sept. 3, 2006, Todd Michael ("OrthoCelt") states:
 
It appears that the first virtual Orthodox chapel was built in '''Second Life'''. In a post on Sept. 3, 2006, Todd Michael ("OrthoCelt") states:
  
:"I have managed to find another Orthodox online, who built a small Eastern Rite chapel. So to mix things up, I build a rather large Western Rite chapel for Raphael on the property he owns (also seen in the photo), with Ancient Faith Radio being piped in for background music."
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:"I have managed to find another Orthodox online, who built a small Eastern Rite chapel. So to mix things up, I build a rather large Western Rite chapel for Raphael on the property he owns (also seen in the photo), with Ancient Faith Radio being piped in for background music."[http://michael.doxos.com/comments.php?id=3800_0_6_0_C]  
[http://michael.doxos.com/comments.php?id=3800_0_6_0_C]  
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Other references:
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==Other references:==
 
* http://raphael.doxos.com/index.php?id=C0_64_1
 
* http://raphael.doxos.com/index.php?id=C0_64_1
 
* http://tarasbalderdash.blogspot.com/2006/08/new-home-for-order-and-its-chapel.html (includes mention of a Slavonic psalter and "Orthodox Christian gestures"
 
* http://tarasbalderdash.blogspot.com/2006/08/new-home-for-order-and-its-chapel.html (includes mention of a Slavonic psalter and "Orthodox Christian gestures"
 
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
* [[w:Second Life]]
 
* [[w:Second Life]]
 
* Edward Castronove, ''Synthetic Worlds: The Business and Culture of Online Games'' (U of Chicago Press, 2006) ISBN 0226096270
 
* Edward Castronove, ''Synthetic Worlds: The Business and Culture of Online Games'' (U of Chicago Press, 2006) ISBN 0226096270

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A 'virtual chapel is an Orthodox edifice built in virtual reality.

It appears that the first virtual Orthodox chapel was built in Second Life. In a post on Sept. 3, 2006, Todd Michael ("OrthoCelt") states:

"I have managed to find another Orthodox online, who built a small Eastern Rite chapel. So to mix things up, I build a rather large Western Rite chapel for Raphael on the property he owns (also seen in the photo), with Ancient Faith Radio being piped in for background music."[1]

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