Liturgy, Prayer and Devotions
- Maronite Music
Maronite Music is the official resource for English-language Maronite liturgical music.
- Eparchy of Saint Maron of Montreal
The Canadian Eparchy's Liturgy page provides a general overview of Maronite liturgy.
- A Commentary on the Holy Mysteries
The Holy Mystery of Offering (Qorbono): An article by Chorbishop Seely Beggiani.
- The Book of Offering
A general introduction to and explanation of the Maronite Divine Liturgy and the principles followed in its revision in 1992, written by His Emminence, Mor Boutros Gemayel Archbishop of Cyprus for the Maronites, then Chairman of the Patriarchal Commission on Liturgy
- Maronite Faith dot com
Maronite Faith dot com provides the texts for the daily prayers of the Maronite Church's Liturgy of the Hours. There are also pages with older liturgical texts that are not readily available elsewhere.
- The Hidden Pearl
This site provides downloads of .mp3 recordings of evening prayer (Ramsho) and morning prayer (Safro) from the Liturgy of the Hours of the Maronite Church.
The links are found in the right-hand side bar in the section labeled The Maronite Podcast as you scroll down the page.
- Maronite Heritage
This page provides a brief overview of Maronite history. It is maintained by Father Antonio Elfeghali, a Maronite priest and a religious member of the Maronite Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
The Wikipedia article on the Maronite Church dedicates substantial space to the history of the Church.
- Maronite HeritageThis page provides links to information on several Maronite saints.
- The Maronites and Their Saints
This article by Sister Maria Philomena of the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary gives information on a variety of saints important to the Maronite Church.
- The Hidden Pearl
This site provides several resources related to the Syriac language and literature with particular emphasis on Maronite tradition.
- Syriac Studies Reference Library
The Syriac Studies Reference Library is a collection of rare and out-of-print titles that are of vital importance for Syriac studies.