Byzantine Resources

Websites and Podcasts

The Eparchy of St. Josaphat, our Eparchy:

The New Martyrs of Ukraine:

The What God is Not Podcast:

Philokalia Ministries:


Christ Our Pascha
The official catechism of the Ukrainian Catholic Church.
Read it online here, or order a copy here.

The Way of the Pilgrim
A classic of eastern Christian spirituality focusing on the Jesus Prayer. Written by an anonymous Russian pilgrim in the 19th century.
Read it online here, or order a copy here.

The Glories of Mary
By St. Alphonsus Ligouri, whose Redemptorist order was so influential in the spread of Eastern Catholicism in North America. A classic work of Marian theology full of consolation.
Read it online here, or order a copy here.

For other books in the Byzantine tradition check out Eastern Christian Publications and Byzantine Church Supplies.

Prayer Resources

A basic rule for morning and evening prayers in the Byzantine tradition can be found below:

A Morning Rule of Prayer

An Evening Rule of Prayer

Many Byzantine Catholics also find the practice of the Jesus Prayer indispensable to their spiritual life. You might like to read about it here.

There is also a form of the Holy Rosary indigenous to the Christian East called “The Prayer Rule of the Theotokos” that is cherished among Eastern-rite Catholics. A version of it can be found here.


A lovely recording of the Pontifical Divine Liturgy from 1958, with some fantastic commentary by Ven. Fulton Sheen:

A video recording of a Hierarchical Divine Liturgy from the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Philadelphia, PA:

A Protestant tours a Byzantine Church and asks some great questions:

From the Edmonton Eparchy: What’s the difference between Ukrainian Catholics and Roman Catholics?