Browse the Catalog
For books on Buddhism, browse the library catalog under the subjects:
His Holiness The Dalai Lama
The official websites of the Dalai Lama of Tibet.
Quiet Mountain Tibetan Buddhist Resource Guide
This nonprofit organization offers an extensive list of links to Tibetan Buddhist and cultural resources including a worldwide listing of Dharma centers.
Tricycle: The Buddhist Review
Provides exerpted articles from the print version of the magazine. Also includes Buddhist Basics, an introduction to Buddhism and glossary.
a not-for-profit organisation affiliated with the Buddha Dharma Education Association Inc. in Sydney, Australia.
The Laughing Rivers Sangha, Pittsburgh Community of Mindful Living
The Pittsburgh Community of Mindful Living is one of hundreds of communities worldwide that practices mindfulness as taught by Vietnamese Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh.* The Pittsburgh sangha, or community, has been in existence since 1991 and meets weekly to practice mindful sitting and walking meditation together.
Pittsburgh Buddhist Center
Located in Natrona Heights, the Pittsburgh Buddhist Center is the first Theravada Temple established in western Pennsylvania.
Founded in 1990 and located in the Lawrenceville section of the city, Stillpoint is a community-led group that practices in the Soto Zen tradition. In addition to regular twice-weekly services, the group hosts frequent extended sittings, retreats and seminars with visiting teachers
Three Rivers Dharma Center
Three Rivers Dharma Center is committed to providing the Pittsburgh region with access to the timeless, practical teachings of the Buddha. Three Rivers Dharma meets in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh weekly for practice and for special holidays and teachings.
Zen Center of Pittsburgh
This Soto Zen Buddhist Temple, founded in 1999, is currently the only one in Western Pennsylvania with a resident priest. Located 30 minutes north of Pittsburgh, it serves the community by offering daily meditation and services.