Byzantine Catholic Church in America – Information on Byzantine faith & worship including directories, news, links to other Orthodox and Catholic Churches and message boards.
Byzantine Catholic Churches in America – Directory of related parishes and diocese in America.
Byzantine Catholic Prayer Page (includes prayers as well as audio and visual links)
Eastern Rites of the Catholic Church (Fr. Hal Stockert, Catholic Information Network)
Romanian Eparchy (Canton, OH)
Byzantine Benedictine Sisters (Warren, OH)
Sisters of St. Basil the Great (Uniontown, PA)
Christ the Bridegroom Byzantine Catholic Community (Burton, OH)
Holy Dormition Byzantine Franciscan Friary (Sybertsville, PA)
Holy Resurrection Romanian Greek-Catholic Monastery (St. Nazianz, WI)
Chaldean Congregation of the Workers of the Vineyard (El Cajon, CA)
36 short, easily accessible videos in response to many of the most common questions that Roman Catholics ask of their Eastern Catholic sister churches.
Introduction to the Divine Liturgy of Eastern Catholics – YouTube video explaining particular elements of the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom to non-Eastern Catholics.
The Eastern Catholic Churches: an Orthodox Perspective – Plenary session “The Eastern Catholic Churches: An Orthodox Perspective” by John H. Erickson. Introduction by Andriy Chirovsky at the conference “The Vatican II Decree on the Eastern Catholic Churches, Orientalium ecclesiarum – Fifty Years Later”, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 17 October 2014.
Eastern Catholicism in the Middle East – Plenary session “Eastern Catholicism in the Middle East Fifty Years after Orientalium ecclesiarum” by Melkite Catholic Bishop Nicholas Samra. Introduction by Prof. Brian Butcher at the conference “The Vatican II Decree on the Eastern Catholic Churches, Orientalium ecclesiarum – Fifty Years Later”, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 18 October 2014.
The One Church (publication of Eastern Catholic Pastoral Association of Southern California, 2002)
“What You Should Know about Eastern Catholicism,” with Fr. Francis Vivona (Our Lady of Wisdom Italo-Greek Catholic Church, Las Vegas, NV)