Altar fresco in the Byzantine church at Chevetogne Abbey, Belgium. Photo: Monastère de Chevetogne

Chrysostom is the Society’s twice-yearly review, containing news, comment and analysis on Eastern Christianity. Membership includes a free subscription. Others wishing to subscribe should contact the editor. The Society’s former review, Eastern Churches Review, merged some time ago with Sobornost, the review of our sister society in the Anglican Communion, The Fellowship of St Alban & St Sergius. It is published twice yearly and available free to those who join the Fellowship. Further details may be found on the Fellowship’s website.

Many Chrysostom articles are posted on this website and can be found here or by searching Chrysostom. Where available, past issues can also be downloaded from our Google Drive by clicking the links below.

Further Reading

The United States arm of the Society of St John Chrysostom also publishes Eastern Churches Journal. No edition has been issued for several years, but new numbers are in preparation. Back copies are available from Eastern Christian Publications, the trading arm of the Society of St John Chrysostom in the US and its Orientale Lumen Foundation.

The Youngstown-Warren-Ohio Chapter of SSJC in the United States issues a bi-monthly e-Newsletter, Light of the East. It is available here.

The US Western Region SSJC also publishes a quarterly edition of Light of the East. It can be found here.

Sophia, the English-language quarterly of the Melkite Eparchy of Newton in the United States can be downloaded here. The English-language fortnightly magazine of the Ukrainian Archeparchy of Philadelphia, The Way, can be downloaded from here. The tri-weekly newsletter in English from the Archeparchy of Pittsburgh, Byzantine Catholic World, can be found here.

We also recommend One in Christ, published by the Olivetan Benedictine community, a Catholic ecumenical review which regularly carries articles related to Eastern Christianity.