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Places to Start
Pages under development
- Orthodoxy in Africa
- Online Orthodox Communities
- Orthodox Charities
- Orthodox Books available online
- Seminaries and Theological Schools
- Journeys to Orthodoxy (Testimonies)
- Orthodox Catechisms in English
- Magazines and Publications
- Chinese Orthodoxy
- Mosaic and Glasswork
- Orthodox Schools (K-12, maybe colleges too)
- Pan-Orthodox Organizations
- Anti-Orthodox Polemics
- The Jesus Prayer
- Why are Vigil Lamps lit before Icons? - by St. Bishop Nicholai (Velimirovich)
- Canons of the Orthodox Church
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