La Communidad of Hispanic Scholars “serves scholars working on all facets Latino religion, spirituality, culture, and politics in the U.S., Mexico, and Puerto Rico.” It has over 250 Latino member scholars. Founded in 1989, it is the oldest Latino scholarly organization in the U.S. Contact the president of La Comunidad, Gaston Espinosa.
The society was organized under the auspices of the Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas to promote Orthodox theology, cultivate fellowship and cooperation among Orthodox Christians and coordinate the work of Orthodox theologians in the Americas. Email through the website.
Includes Orthodox dioceses, parish listings, clergy listings, monastic community listings, military chaplain listings, organizations, seminaries, churches in North America, and world Orthodox churches.
An online directory of the Orthodox Church in North America, specifically of the parishes, monasteries, and seminaries of the twelve major Orthodox jurisdictions in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
This organization brings together the canonical hierarchs of the Orthodox jurisdictions in America. The purpose of the conference is to make the ties of unity among the canonical Orthodox churches and their administrations stronger and more visible.
Based in Colorado Springs, Colo. Claims membership of over 4 million people in 13,609 churches in 81 countries and territories including more than 2,000 churches in the United States. Contact Rev. William (Bill) W. Malick, director of church multiplication ministries.
The Wandering Jew, part of Ontario Travel Bureau, is an agency that books more than 50 Passover events, including Seder cruises.
Informal coalition of academic associations involved in university-level journalism and mass communication. Organizations from six continents participate with a focus on universal issues in the field.
Nonprofit organization dedicated to improving journalism in Mexico.