OCTS exists to bridge the gap between cultures and languages through the translation of Orthodox texts, and to help translators share their unique skills with the Orthodox world. Unlike other publishers and bookstores, we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to the entire process of creating high-quality Orthodox translations.
OCTS uses the most current and innovative publishing process, with a print-on-demand model. This means that our initial costs for publishing and printing are exceptionally minimal. Each book is printed in the USA or Europe as it is purchased, and delivered quickly to the buyer. When we sell a book, every dollar earned goes towards supporting future work for our organization. Your purchase of a book helps make new publications possible!
Although OCTS will not be accepting new proposals until later in 2019, it's not too soon to begin preparing!
OCTS is an innovative organization committed to making beautiful Orthodox translations and sharing them with the world. From our inception, we have endeavored to stay abreast of current trends in print publishing to offer products in the most cost-effective and efficient manner. While we continue t...
As we entered 2018, our goal was to make it a year full of new and diverse offerings, including a French-English bilingual coloring book, a study guide for The Singing Heart, new audio recordings on a new website, and continued work on the Icelandic translation of The Orthodox Way.
And indeed, as we quickly approach Pentecost we are excited to have already released our bilingual coloring book for purchase, as well as the study guide for The...
In this premiere episode, Symeon speaks openly about his unexpected journey from non-belief to Orthodox Christianity via Buddhism, Søren Kierkegaard, and a thirst for authentic spirituality.
Along the way, he explains the demise of Christianity in his native Iceland, the influential role Metropolitan Kallistos Ware played in his own conversion, and why he believes The Orthodox Way contains a message that his fellow Icelanders— and indeed, all of us—need to hear.
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