(Based on a similar section of Basil's.)
- Feasts and Saints of the Church Year on the Orthodox Church in America site
- Church Calendar and Search for a Saint from the goarch website
- The Christian Classics Ethereal Library a wonderful repository of patristic translations
- Orthodox Research Institute All the Hierarchs of the Orthodox Church in alphabetical order
- A Dictionary of Orthodox Terminology (goarch)
- Bulgarian-English translator
Ideas for the wiki
- "How-to" page explaining what needs to be included on each image; maybe a template/category indicating that something is missing so we can go back and fix/find
- Hagiographical something like the WikiProject Saints, what to include, where to get information, restrictions on OCA image use, other guidelines
A convert from Catholicism, I was chrismated on January 25, 2004, the feast day of St. Gregory the Theologian. I chose the name Magdalene for my middle name to honor my patron saint, St. Mary Magdalene, whose feast day is July 22.
One of my favorite authors is Frederica Mathewes-Green.
Pray for me, a sinner.
My husband, Fr. Peter, came from Romania to pursue undergraduate studies. Prior to graduating from Holy Cross as the valedictorian, his most recent degree was a doctorate in computer science. He enjoys sports, singing (opera, barbershop, and chant), working for the Church, and sharing really bad puns. He is nigh invulnerable and quite tall, both on purpose.
- Pictures and explanations of Dn. Virgil's ordination to the diaconate by Metropolitan Iakovos of Chicago (Greek Archdiocese) on June 4, 2006, at St. Andrew Greek Orthodox Church in South Bend, Indiana.
- Pictures and explanations of the first Liturgy he served as a deacon, with Fr. Andrew Demotses and Fr. Costin Popescu, on June 6, 2006, at St. Vasilios Greek Orthodox Church in Peabody, Massachusetts.
- Pictures of Fr. Peter's ordination to the priesthood by Metropolitan Alexios of Atlanta on his name day, June 29, 2007, at St. Paul Greek Orthodox Church in Savannah, Georgia.
Thanks for getting all the links to the Emperor Theodosius article. I find now adding articles means a lot of searching and making links. A note: You are much more up on our various saints, so that's why the note to you. I notice your linking of September 14 to Placilla the Empress as Theodosius' wife. In the sources I found his first wife was noted as "Aelia Flacilla". With the similar names I'm guessing the names refer to the same person. If so, the Theodosius article should note the different spellings for her name. Would you check it and make the modification to the article, if names apply to the same person. Bill Kosar Wsk 07:14, August 7, 2007 (PDT)
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