2022 National Philoptochos Biennial Convention Chairs Announced

February 16, 2022

NEW YORK – It is with great enthusiasm that the National Philoptochos announces the 2022 National Philoptochos Biennial Convention Chair, Anita Kartalopoulos and Co-Chairs Jeannie Ranglas, Jennifer Constantin, and Eleni Constantinides.

This is a particularly poignant year as National Philoptochos celebrates its 90th Anniversary. National Philoptochos along with chapters across the country have been impacting local communities, taking on national philanthropic endeavors and offering outreach worldwide for 90 years.

The Clergy-Laity Congress theme, in honor of the 100th Anniversary Centennial Celebration of the Archdiocese, is also one that reverberates throughout our chapters as we enter the third year of a pandemic, we come together with “Legacy, Renewal, Unity.” It is a time to reflect on what local communities and the world have been through and to come together with hope in the present, in order to plan for the future!



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