MOSCOW, June 1 (RIA Novosti) – An electronic version of the Orthodox Christian Encyclopedia will shortly appear on the Internet.
A resolution was made on that score as three bodies of the Orthodox Christian Encyclopedia ecclesiastical research center-the Observation Council, the Council of Trustees, and the Public Council-held a joint session in Moscow, May 31, His Beatitude Alexis II the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia chairing.
Information, references and the latest news will make a greater part of materials from the encyclopedia to be offered for free access on the sedmitza.ru, Internet portal of the Orthodox Christian Encyclopedia ecclesiastical research center.
“The electronic versions will appear as the encyclopedia volumes come out in book form,” said the Patriarch.
Offered to the conferees was an electronic version of Volume One, which concerns Russian Orthodox Church history.
Ten volumes of the Orthodox Christian Encyclopedia have come out of print for now. The edition is expected to comprise thirty or so.