Proud to be Chalcedonian

By John Athanasatos - September 21, 2018

On September 16, we commemorated St. Euphemia the Martyr. She contested for the Orthodox Faith in 304 AD under the Roman Emperor Diocletian. Her body […]

Analysis: Speechlessness

By Theodore Kalmoukos - September 19, 2018

Not a word from the Archdiocese or the host Boston Metropolis since July 5, the end of the 44th Clergy Laity Congress in Boston. To […]

Tsipras Sold Greece out to EU, NATO, U.S.

By Michael Gianakos - September 18, 2018

Regarding “The Varoufakis View: Don’t Trust Tsipras” (online, Aug. 20), former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis sums up exactly what the problem in Greece is, […]

Greece, Russia, and the West

By Theodore G. Karakostas - September 18, 2018

Western media is gleefully reporting that Greece is taking a hard line on Russia. American and European media are reporting that Russia was interfering in […]

What Have We Learned?

By Dr Constantina Michalos - September 15, 2018

HOUSTON, TX – Classes resumed at Santa Fe High School on August 20.Since the mass shooting on May 18th that left 10 people dead, Gov. […]

Black Power in the New South?

By Dan Georgakas - September 14, 2018

A surprising result of Democratic party primaries is that three African-Americans will be the Democratic candidates for governorships in the South: Andrew Gillum in Florida, […]

Analysis: A Bold Decision

By Theodore Kalmoukos - September 13, 2018

The Ecumenical patriarchate made a historic, correct, and bold decision to proceed with resolution of the ecclesiastical problem of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine by […]