The first sentence of “Salvation,” an autobiographical essay by Langston Hughes, immediately raises serious questions.
The New York Post, which has closely followed the effort to rebuild the Church of St. Nicholas at the World Trade Center, reported during Holy Week that “we’ve discovered the vacant site at 155 Cedar Street, which is being used to stage World Trade Center construction, is now on the city’s lien list as owing more than $82,000.”
NEW YORK – More than 250 million Orthodox Christians around the world flocked to their churches to celebrate the Anastasi – the resurrection of the […]
NEW YORK – Greek Orthodox Christians throughout the New York Metropolitan Area attended Holy Week services at the churches of their choice. 2014 is one […]
The St. Demetrios Greek-American High School of Astoria participated in the student conference “G. Seferis: From Smyrna to Constantinople,” which took place under the auspices […]
SALT LAKE CITY, UT – The problem at the Holy Trinity parish in Salt Laker City has been finally resolved as TNH reported in last […]
The sky was Hellenic Blue for the blessing of the Nicholas Zoullas Hellenic Center of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Church of the Hamptons.
NEW YORK – The Holy Eparchial Synod of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, which was convened in a two-day session at the Archdiocesan Headquarters […]
By Dr. Constantina Michalos BOULDER, CO – Our priests are there to serve God and His people. They offer guidance and spiritual support through difficult […]
NEW YORK – George Tsandikos is the new Chairman of Leadership 100, an organization that collects money from wealthy Greek-Americans and supports the sustenance of […]