By Marilyn Rouvelas Readers of The National Herald last June may have seen Theodore Kalmoukos’ front-page interview with Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia, in which he […]
Russian President Vladimir Putin has emerged at a great enigma in foreign affairs, and the Orthodox community can shed light on him.
ARLINGTON, MA – St. Athanasius Greek-Orthodox parish in Arlington MA celebrated a dual anniversary on November 1: 50 years since its parish’s establishment, and 25 […]
NEW YORK – With St. Michael’s Home for the Elderly on the verge of a new era – the closing on the purchase of its […]
When Aphrodite Skeadas asks for something, it is hard to say no to the charming and beloved National President of Philoptochos.
NEW YORK – The National Philoptochos Society of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America has a new president, attorney Maria (Logothetis) Logus; her grandfather abbreviated […]
PALM HARBOR, FL – Greek singing superstar Giannis Ploutarchos took time out of his U.S. tour to help some fellow Greeks in need: the community […]
Christopher Stratakis was honored with the Nicholas J. Bouras Award for Extraordinary Archon Stewardship by the Order of St. Andrew, Archons.
By Constantinos E. Scaros and Constantine S. Sirigos NEW YORK – The images of the ground blessing service of the new St. Nicholas Shrine at […]
ANCHORAGE, AK – Greeks stretch across the United States from coast to coast, and then some. Holy Transfiguration, in Alaska’s largest city, Anchorage, is the […]