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Because there are so many communities with the same names, articles about monasteries, parishes, and theological schools should be named in the following fashion: '''Name of Community (Location)'''. For example, '''[[St. Tikhon's Orthodox Monastery (South Canaan, Pennsylvania)]]''', '''[[Hagia Sophia (Constantinople)]]''', '''[[Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology (Brookline, Massachusetts)]]''', or '''[[St. Paul's Monastery (Athos)]]'''. In article titles for places, use '''St.''' (i.e., a capital ''S'', followed by a lower-case ''t'', followed by a period) rather than '''Saint''', '''St''', or '''S.'''. For plurals, use '''Ss.''' (i.e., a capital ''S'', followed by a lower-case ''s'', followed by a period).
Books of the Bible== Articles and links to books of the Bible should conform to the ''' links' '' in the canonical lists found at [[Holy Scripture]]—note that the names shown there do not always match the '''links''' to which they lead! For instance, you might see '''[[ Book of Nehemiah|Nehemiah]] ''', which takes you to [[ Book of Nehemiah]], not to [[ Nehemiah]] ( which is an article about the prophet by that name).