a monastery of the Orthodox Church which provides facilities for prayer as well as staff for counseling. The monastery has subsidiary organizations through which it provides 1) Social Services to the outside: food, medical needs, etc. "Orthodox Social Services", 2) Education for service to the church and community (St Anthony Orthodox College), 3) charitable aviation services such as airlifts to help Hurricane relief, third world country flight crew training and services (Romelia Aerospace), and 4) publications (St Anthony Orthodox Publications). The monastery's Phoenix facility houses a collection of museum category antiquities and educational tours are available to the public. Both monastery locations are being developed in authentic 5th-9th century East Roman (Byzantine) architectural style and serve as educational and work-experience sites for artists, architects, contractors and others seeking to learn the style and techniques used in that golden age of art and architecture.