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Carnival at the Cathedral – ‘Apokries’ Celebrated in Manhattan

February 17, 2023

NEW YORK – The Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in Manhattan celebrated Carnival last last weekend with lively and enjoyable festivities in the church hall. The traditional Greek party that leads into the Lenten season took place in the on Friday, February 10.

The attendees, led by V. Rev. Archimandrite Chrysostomos Gilbert, enjoyed good food and the music of the famous clarinetist Lefteris Bournias and his orchestra.

Carnival at the Cathedral – ‘Apokries’ Celebrated in Manhattan
Carnival at the Cathedral – ‘Apokries’ Celebrated in Manhattan
Carnival at the Cathedral – ‘Apokries’ Celebrated in Manhattan
Carnival at the Cathedral – ‘Apokries’ Celebrated in Manhattan
Carnival at the Cathedral – ‘Apokries’ Celebrated in Manhattan
Carnival at the Cathedral – ‘Apokries’ Celebrated in Manhattan

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