Why Reprints?

Our Ecumenical Patriarchate prohibits the use of any and all electronic devices on the analogion (Patriarchal Encyclical Protocol No. 615), so physical books are necessary inside the church. But, printed books in the United States are hard to come by and expensive. Reprints are a great way to get around this issue, because (1) they are old and trusted books, approved by the Ecumenical Patriarchate, (2) can be ordered online through amazon, and (3) are cheap (no profit is being made on any one of the books below, the cost covers only the printing cost).

Shipping Cost

Shipping cost depends on the country the book is produced and where it's sent. Amazon has printing factories around the world. If you need the book shipped to the US, the cheapest shipping cost will be to order from If you want the book shipped to, Greece, the cheapest cost would be from an amazon site near you (, or Copy-paste the title of the book and order it from there. The shipping cost will be about half as that from

Book Physical Quality

The reprints are standard paperbacks. The pages are sturdy, but the spine is plastic (actually it's a hot glue that, when pages are pushed in it, it dries up like a flexible plastic). It could crack flat after a lot of use or if you force it flat. Βookbinder's tape should hold it together for years (see pictures below). The spine also has the book title for easy reference in your library.

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Bookbinder's Tape


Language of the Books

For technical reasons, sometimes amazon shows the language of the book as Latin or Ukrainian. None of our books are actually in any of these two languages. Our Psaltic Method is bilingual (English and Greek). Most of the other reprints are exact photocopies of the original books in Greek. To be sure you know what you are getting, when in amazon click on Look Inside.

For example, all three volumes of Progakis are of the same language and quality. For technical reasons only, the 3rd volume is marked as Latin. But they are all exact copies of the originals.

Copyrights and Profit

All of these books are public domain, no one really holds the copyrights to them. No profit is being made on any of these titles; the price covers only the printing cost.

Anastasimatarion Petrou-Ioannou


Petrou Byzantiou

Anastastimatarion Petrou-Ephesiou

Eirmologion Petrou

Doxastatarion Petrou

Progakis A

Progakis B

Progakis C

Epistle Book



Intro to Music

My dissertation (sold for  profit)

The Bible