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  1. mospat.ru - Русская Православная Церковь - Department for External Church Relations.
  2. моя-молитва.рф - My prayer - A complete collection of active prayers for the spiritual life.

Orthodox TV

  1. tv-soyuz.ru - Soyuz - Round-the-clock television of the Russian Orthodox Church. The Orthodox television channel Soyuz - news, live broadcasts with clergymen, lectures of theologians, documentaries .….
  2. rus.glas.org.ua - Glas - Purpose: to help our viewers to hear the words of truth, wisdom, goodness and truth contained in the texts of Holy Scripture, works of domestic and foreign philosophers, historians, writers and poets, in oral folk art, etc.


  1. patriarchia.ru - Russian Orthodox Church

Bulletin PSTGU. Philology

The authors of the philological "Bulletin" are teachers, graduate students and graduates of the Philosophy of the Orthodox St. Tikhon Humanitarian University; In addition, the editorial board accepts the materials of specialist philologists. The "Philology" series is published four times a year.


Universal information on Orthodoxy for a wide range of users, a guide and an assistant for everyone who wants to get acquainted with the world of Orthodox culture.

All Rublev's sections and rubrics are interconnected by cross-referenced hyperlinks, allowing instantly to receive additional information, clarifications and comments.
The submission of information is organized on the principle of expansion from general to specific, and also by the principle of communication of any element with any other element (the connection of everything with everything").


Media Library of the Orthodox portal.

Audio Versions of Bible Translations

  • Psalms of David to the verses of Taras Shevchenko
  • New Testament. Translation ed. bp Cassian (Bezobrazov)
  • Russian translation of the Old Testament (P. Jüngerov)
  • Gospel. Book of Job. Psalms. (S.S. Averintsev)
  • Old Testament in modern Russian translation (RBR)
  • The Bible in modern Russian translation, ed. M.P. Kulakov
  • Synodal translation. Bible. Reads Alexander Bondarenko.
  • Psalms in Church Slavonic.
  • Modern Russian translation of the New Testament "Good News"
  • Bashlanmish (The Book of Genesis in Bashkir)
  • Raidian (Genesis in Ossetian)
  • Ekhineh Ekhin (Book of Genesis in the Buryat language)
  • Ayylly (Book of Genesis in the Yakut language)
In addition to the text of the Bible, the site has a lot of media material:
Orthodoxy in MP3, archive of Orthodox chants, video archive.

Personally, I am interested in the “New Testament Seminars” by the author of the New Testament “Joyful News”.

You can not only listen to the audio material, but also download it.

iTunes Android

address: Russia

Faith alphabet

Orthodox encyclopedia.

The site was founded in 2005. The monthly audience is 3.5 million readers.

The site contains 14 thousand works, 5 thousand dictionary entries and 2 thousand audio-video materials.

Over 1000 volunteers are working on the site.


Orthodox social network "Yelitsy."
The project is open for both Orthodox and those who are only looking for a way to God.
The social network "Elytsy" (in the translation from the church-Slavs - "those who are as many as they are") began its work in May 2014 with the blessing of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia and with the care of the bishop of Voskresensky Sawa. Founders and leaders of the network "Elytsy" parishioners of the Church of the Resurrection of Christ in Sheremetyevo.

The goal of the project is to help a person come to God, unite Orthodox people, develop and strengthen parish life.

The mission of the project is to show people what Orthodoxy gives Fullness and joy of life, and being Orthodox is more interesting and useful than "the lone center of the universe." The network of "Elysia" cooperates with many dioceses of the Russian Orthodox Church, with the synodal departments of the Moscow Patriarchate, participates in general church congresses, festivals, forums, Readings, A great interest is shown by the Orthodox Church Abroad.

address: Russia


Orthodox information portal.

The site is specifically designed for those who want to understand the features of the Orthodox faith and churching.

Guests can be both new-born Christians and church-goers long ago, as well as those who still have doubts about choosing their own way of life.

address: Russia
The site has everything that every believer needs to know.

In the section “This is Interesting,” you can find information on how to properly baptize and put candles in the church, on such church concepts as canon, penance and much more.

The “icons” section tells about unique, miraculous and rare icons of the Orthodox world. They will tell you about the meaning of icons, how they help and where to place them correctly in your home.

In the sections "prayers", "akathists" and "prayer" you will find prayer words for any life situation. Learn how to read prayers for healing, preserving the family, for protection from the evil eye, and many others. You will be able to learn how to properly pray and to what saint to appeal to you for help.

You will find a lot of interesting information about the holy places in the "Orthodox churches" section.


Orthodox magazine for doubters - founded in 1996 and has gone from black and white almanac to monthly cultural and educational publications.

The goal is to tell about the Orthodox faith and the Church in the life of modern man and society.

The magazine strives to address personally each reader and be interesting to all people, regardless of their religious, political and other views.

Orthodoxy and World

Influential social and social Internet media of the federal scale, daily and systematically covering social themes, moral and spiritual life, culture, family values, problems of human life and society, education and medicine. News and analytical reviews, comments and interviews, audio, video, infographics and numerous subsites widely cover various events of religious, cultural and social life in Russia and abroad.


Orthodox portal.

Basics of Orthodoxy, archive, prayer book, questions to the priest, news ...


Established on the basis of the Publishing House of the Holy Transfiguration Valaam Monastery by the decree of His Holiness Patriarch Alexy II of Moscow and All Russia of September 10, 1996. The most significant publications of the period 1994-1999. Are the "History of the Russian Church" in 9 volumes, the collection "Patriarch Hermogenes", a new translation of "Life and Miracles of St. Petersburg." On October 10, 1996, the Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church approved the project for the publication of the 25-volume Orthodox Encyclopaedia. For the implementation of the project, the Supervisory, Guardian, Church Scientific and Scientific Advisory Councils have been formed, the Association of benefactors, scientific and information support is provided by the Synodal Commissions and Departments of the MP, RAS, research institutes, leading educational institutions (spiritual and secular), archives, museums, The library.

The publication "Orthodox Encyclopedia" is included in the federal program of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation "Culture of Russia 2001-2005." The Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation has assigned the Orthodox Encyclopedia the status of a textbook for higher educational institutions of the Russian Federation. The work of the Center is supported by the Government of Moscow, a number of regions of the Russian Federation (Saratov, Samara and other regions), industrialists and entrepreneurs united in the Board of Trustees and the Association of Philanthropists of the Orthodox Encyclopedia. In its activity, the Center seeks to unite the efforts of church and secular scholars in The revival of church science, the conduct of historical, hagiographic, biblical and other studies: establishes scholarships to support researchers, collaborates with the Prize for Memory Prize tr. Moscow and Kolomna Macarius (Bulgakov), revealing the most significant studies on the history of the Russian state and the Church and awarding prizes, participates in the project of creating electronic information and documentary arrays (together with GARF).

The Center for Orthodox Encyclopaedias participated in a number of publications Together with the museums of the Moscow Kremlin, the State Historical Museum, the State Museum of the History of Religion (St. Petersburg). He took part in scientific conferences: IX International Christmas Readings (Moscow, January 2001), "Christianity in the Volga-Ural Region" (June 2002), "History and Hagiography of an Unseparated Church" (June 2003).

Information and educational activities of the Center are realized in the weekly television program "Orthodox Encyclopedia" on the TVC channel and in Internet portal Sedmitsa.ru. In November 2002 and November 2003, the courses for the upgrading of qualifications for the leadership of the Russian Orthodox Church were organized by the Center together with the Russian Academy of Public Administration. Kravets. Internet portal Sedmitsa.ru was registered by the Federal Service for Supervision of Compliance with Legislation in the Sphere of Mass Communications and Protection of Cultural Heritage (Certificate of Registration of Mass Media No. ФС77-25129 of July 27, 2006).

address: Russia
On the site, a group of enthusiasts makes an attempt to collect and systematize documentary information about the temples that existed on the territory of the present Russian Federation by 1917 and built in the post-Soviet period. The project is dedicated to Orthodox and Old Believer churches, destroyed and preserved until our days, forgotten and functioning.