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TagsOrthodoxy (47), history (27), Spiritual life (27), Theology (26), Liturgy (25), Iconography (22), handbooks (18), Christian life (17), Bible commentaries (16), Prayer (15) — see all tags

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About meI'm a librarian at a college in upstate NY who did this catalog for an Orthodox church in Rochester, St. John the Baptist.

About my libraryThis is for the library at St. Johns. The focus is on books about Orthodoxy, or Eastern Christianity, many of which you wouldn't see at your local Christian book store or library. The treasures of Orthodoxy are little known in the West, which is a shame, since its living practice of ancient tradition and mystic, prayerful approach to God are such fascinating alternatives to contemporary western Christianity. The parish website is

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Real nameSt. John the Baptist Orthodox Church

Location855 S Goodman St, Rochester NY 14620

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Member sinceMay 30, 2006

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