The following are recommended sources of educational information (print and online):
- God With Us Publications - Catechectical Materials for Eastern Christian Formation (Adult, Youth & Children) - The publishing arm of the Eastern Catholic Bishops of the United States.
- Eparchy of Newton Education Resources - Includes print and audio/visual resources for use in parishes or individuals.
- Eastern Christian Publications - Specializes in producing and distributing books dealing with the Eastern Christian Churches, both Catholic and Orthodox. Related offerings include the following:
- Eastern Christian Bulletin Service - Source of printed Sunday bulletins used in many parishes.
- Orientale Lumen Conference - Annual ecumenical conferences beginning in 1997 which are a "grass roots" movement among lay persons and clergy to provide a forum for Christians to learn about the "light from the east."
- Society of Saint John Chrysostom - An ecumenical group of clergy and laymen which promotes Eastern Christianity and Ecumenical Dialogue between the Eastern and Western Churches.
- Orientale Lumen Television - Provides audio and visual content of both events and educational activities in the Eastern Churches.
- Institute of Catholic Culture - Adult Christian formation available online. Offers hundreds of hours of audio and video courses on theology, scripture, liturgical studies, history, philosophy, early Christianity, and the challenges of the modern world.
- Saint Elias the Prophet Church in San Jose, CA offers both live and archived topical Bible Study.
- Saint John Chrysostom Academy - Provides continuing education of clergy by providing graduate level courses in a live-online format without cost.
- Saint Cyril and Methodius Seminary (Pittsburgh) - A school of theology whose primary mission is to prepare candidates for priestly ministry to the Byzantine Catholic Churches of North America. Includes online courses.
- Holy Spirit Seminary (Ottawa) - Major Seminary of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in North America.
- Saint Josaphat Seminary (Washington) - Prepares men to be professional and competent ministers of the Word and Sacraments for the People of God of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in the United States.
Want to read online about all the different Eastern Christian Churches? We recommend "The Eastern Christian Churches - A Brief Survey" by Father Ron Roberson, CSP. It's a wonderful resource that provides an overview of each of the Eastern Christian Churches in its historical, geographical, doctrinal, and liturgical context. It also provides additonal information on the Eastern Churches in the English-speaking world.
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