Recommended Websites

Ancient Faith Podcasts—Best resource on the web.  From their mission statement:  Ancient Faith Radio seeks to deepen and enrich the faith of Orthodox Christians around the world with streaming audio programming and on-demand podcasts. We feature liturgical music from a variety of Orthodox traditions, as well as prayers, readings, lectures, and interviews.  A recommended podcast is Speaking the Truth in Love by the renowned theologian Protopresbyter Thomas Hopko, Dean Emeritus, St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary

Ancient Faith Music showcases the wonderful music of the Church interspersed with short inspirational quotes from the Fathers, the Psalms and liturgical verses.

Questions and Answers About Orthodoxy—An archive of responses to common questions from

Journey to Orthodoxy: For those on the path to the Orthodox Christian Faith

Discover Orthodox Christianity Introductory articles from the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese website


Orthodox Church in America
Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
St. Justin Martyr, Jacksonville, FL

World Orthodox Churches


St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, Crestwood, NY
St. Tikhon’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, South Canaan, PA
St. Herman Orthodox Theological Seminary, Kodiak, AK

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, MA


Orthodox Christian Missions Center, St Augustine, FL
International Orthodox Christian Charities
Project Mexico & St. Innocent Orphanage
Hogar Rafael Ayau

Recommended Blogs, etc.

Glory to God for All Things

The Orthodox Church, A Visual Journey
Orthodox Fasting Recipes
Frederica Mathews-Green, noted author

Publications and Supplies

Conciliar Press

SVS Press

Light & Life Publishing
St. Isaac of Syria Skete
St. Herman Press
Come and See Icons


The Orthodox Church, A Visual Journey
Are you Saved?

Other Churches That Use Orthodox in Their Names but Are Not We cannot guarantee the accuracy of this website, but it contains good information for those who are not well acquainted with Orthodoxy.

The World Wide Web is a great tool to find information.  Because of the nature of the web there is also misinformation. Anyone can post anything and call it Orthodox. If it doesn’t sound right, there is a good chance it is not right.