The English Gospel text used is from 'The Holy and Sacred Gospel', and the English text of the Acts of the Apostles and Epistles is used from 'The Apostolos', both by Holy Cross Press, Brookline, MA. The English Old Testament text is taken from the Revised Standard Version of the Bible.
The Revised Standard Version of the Bible is copyrighted 1946, 1952, 1971, and 1973 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. and used by permission.
Iconography by Tom Clark
Athanasios "Tom" Clark has provided with permission a set of his icons for use throughout the many sections of goarch.org including the template itself. More about him and his iconography can be found at www.tomclarkicons.com.
Iconography from TheoLogic Systems
The Iconography from TheoLogic Systems in Pittsburgh, PA is used with permission from their IconoGraphics(tm) Orthodox Clip Art Collection.
Iconography from St. Isaac of Syria Skete
Founded in April 1987, the small community of St. Isaac of Syria Skete follows the "skete" or semi-eremitic form of monastic life which first arose in the 4th century monastic community founded by St. Macarius the Great in the deserts at Scetis, Egypt. Their iconography is available for purchase at www.skete.com.
Texts from Fr. Spencer Kezios and Narthex Press - Northridge, CA
A portion of the texts found in the lives of the saints pages of the Online Chapel are used with permission by Fr. Spencer Kezios and Narthex Press in Northridge, CA
Texts from Holy Transfiguration Monastery - Brookline, MA
A portion of the texts found in the lives of the saints pages of the Online Chapel are used with permission by Holy Transfiguration Monastery - Brookline, MA. The apolytikia, kontakia, and synaxarion readings are from their publication The Great Horologion, which is available for purchase at www.thehtm.org.
Texts from Fr. Seraphim Dedes
A portion of the texts found in the lives of the saints pages of the Online Chapel are used with permission by Fr. Seraphim Dedes. More from Fr. Seraphim can be found at www.agesinitiatives.org.