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    St. Shushanik (Susanna) of Georgia

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    Church in Underground Salt Mine in Romania. Several hundred meters below ground, it was built for the workers of the salt mine and has been seen by very few people in the world.

    Income distribution within U.S. religious groups:

    This is cool. Boy Georgy bought an icon in 1985 from an art dealer that had been stolen from a church in Cyprus during the Turkish invasion. He was happy to return it to the church where it belonged after 26 years in his possession. Go you Boy George

    "Meet the Real Saint Nicholas: Giver, Deliverer, Shepherd and Legacy", by Rev. Fr. John Finley

    Romanian Procession by Marianne Stokes

    Orthodox kids activity & coloring book for the Great Fast


    "Orthodoxy is like an abyss of beauty that's just endless," he said. "I have read the Bible many times. But after fasting, and being baptized Orthodox, it's like reading a whole new Bible. You see the depth behind the words so much more clearly." - Troy Polamalu


    Ethiopian Orthodoxy at the Olympics

    Russian Olympians getting blessed in Moscow

    Orthodoxy at the Olympics

    Russia Moscow Kremlin Church of the Ascension Frescos and Icons (1903-5669 / flp-russia-1601 © Frans Lemmens)

    Mother Maria Skobtsova, the nun whose story is told in the children's book Silent as a Stone.

    The Feast of Booths: The Christian Celebration of Easter

    National Cathedral in D.C.

    National Cathedral again

    National Cathedral

    Drowned churches! This is sad but super cool

    Eithiopaaaa ♥ too bad we're not in communion with them. I really want to go there for Pascha. They process with bright umbrellas!