edited by Alexei Krindatch. An atlas and reference book with timeline and history from 1794 to present, telling the story of the Orthodox Christian in the United States. Some 2,400 local parishes belong to more than twenty various national Orthodox Church bodies and this work provides an overview for the Orthodox and non-Orthodox, academic and non-academic readers. It includes demographic maps and a listing of Orthodox Churches as of 2010 in the U.S. by state, with county breakdown including type and number of parishes, monastic communities, adherents and regular attendees. “A much-needed snapshot of Orthodox Christianity in these early years of the twenty-first century.” 221 pages, softcover.