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Orthodox Resources in Spanish

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  • Elizabeth Perdomo
    See: http://www.dosoca.org/spanish.html The following brochures have been put together to explain aspects of Orthodoxy to Spanish speakers. Please feel free
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 8, 2012
      See: http://www.dosoca.org/spanish.html












      The following brochures have been put together to explain aspects of Orthodoxy to Spanish speakers. Please feel free to download and print these brochures (there is space to add your parish information) to share information about the Orthodox Church with the Spanish speaking community in your area. You may also put links to the brochures (or this page) on your parish website.

      Welcome to Church

      Introduction to the Orthodox Church in America

      The Creed

      The Divine Liturgy

      Daily Prayers












      Fr. Antonio Perdomo, priest at St. George the Great Martyr Orthodox Church in Pharr, TX, shares the daily scripture readings and lives of the saints.


      Glorificando a Dios Diariamente


      The premier "Glorificnado" program aired on September 15, 2011. This first AFR Spanish-language program was dedicated to Father Antonio's Father in Christ, Archbishop Dmitri of blessed memory, who translated many liturgical services and materials into Spanish, and who always encouraged Fr. Antonio to continue with this important outreach effort.


      Fr. Antonio was born in the Dominican Republic and is a native Spanish speaker. He moderates three Spanish-language Orthodox forums. Two of these are hosted on "yahoogroups." One, named "Hisporto" is a Spanish-language Orthodox discussion group, active since June of 2000. Another, "LeFeOrtodoxaCristiana," began in July 2009 and rather than a discussion forum, simply shares the daily lives of saints, feasts and fasts and scriptures, as well as pertinent Orthodox news. The third internet forum also began in 2009, and found on Facebook is called "Orthodox Spanish Language Outreach (OSLO)." Through these venues and in other places, Fr. Perdomo has for the last two years also been sharing a series of Spanish language Orthodox Lives of Saints from translations which he spearheaded.


      Since early 2002, Father Antonio has been the Pastor of St. George Orthodox Church in Pharr, located in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas right on the border with Mexico. By the request and with the blessing of Orthodox Church in America Bishop Alejo of Mexico and former Mexican Exarchate Bishop, Archbishop Dmitri of blessed memory, Fr. Perdomo has done considerable work with Spanish-speaking people on both sides of the border as well as in other Latin American countries.




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