A Wasted Archiepiscopacy

By Anonymous - May 1, 2019

When, after three tumultuous years, Archbishop Spyridon was unseated and the then Metropolitan of Vresthenia, Demetrios Trakatellis, elected to the throne of America, there was […]

The Cross as a Sign of Orthodoxy and Life

By Antonis H. Diamataris - April 30, 2019

What is Easter without the Cross? What is life without the Cross? Does it not become more clear what the Cross means as we grow […]

Dear Friends, Readers – Christ is Risen!

By TNH Staff - April 30, 2019

The 2019 Easter Insert of The National Herald, as you may have noticed, was among the best ever in terms of content, number of advertisements, […]

Michalis Veziris: I Remember 1920

By Stavros T. Stavridis - April 30, 2019

I would like to share with you the following fictional story based on real events in 1920: I arrived in America onboard the Greek passenger […]

Mueller Lite: Less Filling, Great Waste – Next Issue

By Constantinos E. Scaros - April 30, 2019

There’s nothing to see, folks, keep moving. The long-awaited (by Trump-bashers) report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on his investigation of allegations that the 2016 […]

At Easter, We Count Heads

By Antonis H. Diamataris - April 29, 2019

On Good Friday, life stops. What seemed essential until yesterday, the joys and sorrows and everything else, have become insignificant. The great news, the stunning […]

Are Greeks Racist and Xenophobic?

By Alexandros Sakellariou - April 29, 2019

A recently published survey (March 2019) by the well-known Pew Institute shows that Greeks are among the first three places in almost every category of […]