Orthodox Church in America: Main Page of the Orthodox Church in America with directories and new items.
Cathedral Kliros Yahoo group: For those who minister and serve, chant and sing on the kliros, serve in the sanctuary, or otherwise labor for the Glory of God at the Orthodox Church in America’s Cathedral of the Holy Virgin Protection of the City of New York.
Orthodox Order of Knights of Saint John,Grand Russian Priory Our Cathedral Dean is the Grand Chaplain of this philanthropic Order.
East Village Local Faith Communities, The Cathedral is a member of this local community interfaith effort.
An Explanation of the Divine Liturgy: Complete texts for the Divine Liturgy.
Bulgakov Handbook for Church Servers: A translation by Fr Eugene Tarris of the classic Nastolnaya Kniga published in Kharkov in 1900.
First Visit to an Orthodox Church, Twelve Things I Wish I’d Known: Great to read before your first visit ...
Priest's Service Book: Vespers, Matins, Liturgy, Blessings, Prayers for Various Needs.
The Orthodox Church by Kallistos Ware: The full text of this seminal introductory book.
Video: June 22, 2007 – Cathedral Hosts the Radonezh Children’s Art Exhibit: 40 beautiful art works made by orphaned children in Saratov, Russia were exhibited on June 22 in the Cathedral of the Holy Virgin Protection from NYC. The exhibition was also a fundraising event. Children’s art was sold to raise money for supporting their art programs. Each painting was accompanied by a small label with the title of the work, name of child, its age and the orphanage it comes from. About 70 guests attended the exhibit. All proceeds from the sale of these works, which amounted to $3000, were donated to Project Radonezh, through the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, the financial umbrella organization of Project Radonezh in the USA.
Video: October 2006 – Concert by Jennifer Cross, Soprano: Selections from a recital by Jennifer Cross given at the Cathedral on October 29, 2006. From Richard Wright’s vainglory.com.
Video: September 2006 – The Cathedral Choir performs outdoor concert: Watch this video clip from our Street Festival on September 23, 2006. From Richard Wright at vainglory.com.
XN Full Church Research Library, with sections on Holy Scriptures, Liturgical texts, Spiritual Life, Monasticism, Patrology, Theology, History of Church, Canon Law, Art, Philosophy, Sociology, Byzantine Culture, Modern Greek History, Greek Literature, Christian Europe, Interchristian Dialogue, and Bibliographies
Wednesday, April 24
8:00 am Presanctified Liturgy
6:00 pm Bridegroom Matins
Thursday, April 25
Holy Apostle and Evangelist Mark
10:00 am Vesperal Divine Liturgy
6:00 pm 12 Passion Gospels
Friday, April 26
9:00 am Royal Hours
2:00 pm Vespers/Entombing
6:00 pm Matins/Procession
Saturday, April 27
10:00 am Vesperal Liturgy of Pascha
11:30 pm Vigil of Pascha
Sunday, April 28
Feast of Feasts
The Resurrection of our Lord
1:00 pm Vespers of Pascha
Monday, April 29
9:00 am Paschal Liturgy
Friday, May 3
Theotokos: the Life-Giving Spring
Ven Theodosios of Kiev Caves
6:00 pm 9th Hour/Vespers
Saturday, May 4
9:00 am Paschal Liturgy/Distribution of Artos
5:30 pm Vigil Service
Sunday, May 5
Antipascha: Thomas Sunday
9:00 am Hours & Divine Liturgy
The Cathedral is open one hour before service times. *Confessions are heard after divine services on Thursday and Saturday evenings, and until 9:20am on Sundays. *Memorial Prayers (panikhida) for the departed are offered on Saturdays at 5:15pm upon request made in advance.