The Akathist Hymn: Hail, O Bride Unwedded!

By John Athanasatos - April 6, 2019

On March 25, we celebrated the Annunciation which is both the Lord’s Feast and a Feast dedicated to the Theotokos. This Feast is not the […]

Two Revolutions – Same Goal

By Ernest A. Kollitides  - April 4, 2019

Just as the concept of democracy, born in ancient Greece, became the bedrock of the American Constitution, so did the success of the American Revolution of July […]

We Can Learn from Donald Trump

By Dr Constantina Michalos - April 3, 2019

Donald Trump is inept, unqualified, egotistical, immature, mendacious, petty, ignorant, illiterate, bombastic, improvisational, indecent, shameless, vindictive, mortifying, dangerous, selfish, cruel, disloyal, undignified. Need I go […]

Analysis: Crucified Love for All

By Theodore Kalmoukos - April 2, 2019

Our analysis this week will have a different form and flavor. It will not deal with any issues of our ecclesial life, administrative and institutional. […]

Homer, Schliemann and the American Connection

By Leonidas Petrakis, PhD - April 1, 2019

Homer as the “teacher of Greece” created one of the most important foundations of the West’s intellectual development. He became the “father of western literature” […]

The Law Makes a Country Great

By Amb. Patrick Theros - April 1, 2019

Hammurabi, Solon, Lycurgus, Justinian, and the Barons at Runnymede got it right. Hammurabi inscribed his eponymous Code on a basalt stele in 1800 BC as […]

Impeach, or Not to Impeach

By Dan Georgakas - March 29, 2019

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has announced her opposition to proceeding with any immediate attempt to impeach President Trump. Given that impeachment begins in […]