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The Premier’s Visit to Washington: A Chance to Recover Greece’s Philotimo

The Premier’s Visit to Washington: A Chance to Recover Greece’s Philotimo

The fighting in Ukraine seems increasingly like an eerie preview of World War III.
A Year-Round “Easter Chanter” to Safeguard Hellenism’s Cultural Heritage

A Year-Round “Easter Chanter” to Safeguard Hellenism’s Cultural Heritage

“The day of the Resurrection! Let us be radiant… A Pascha of delight, the Lord’s Pascha.
In Between Two Celebrations of Freedom: Notes from General Makriyannis

In Between Two Celebrations of Freedom: Notes from General Makriyannis

In between two celebrations of freedom – Hellas’ national liberation on March 25th and humanity’s eternal liberation from the bonds of Hades on Holy Pascha – General Ioannis Makriyannis’ writings seem particularly pertinent.
Sisyphos and Tantalos: Ancient Tales with Contemporary Lessons

Sisyphos and Tantalos: Ancient Tales with Contemporary Lessons

Community involvement, both in Greece and the Diaspora, is sometimes reminiscent of Greek mythology.
Ukraine, Iphigenia, and War’s Ulterior Motives (Which Euripides Got Exiled)

Ukraine, Iphigenia, and War’s Ulterior Motives (Which Euripides Got Exiled)

Aristotle referred to the playwright Euripides as “the most tragic of the poets.
Archdiocese of America and Asia Minor: Parallel Anniversaries, Reference-Point and Challenges

Archdiocese of America and Asia Minor: Parallel Anniversaries, Reference-Point and Challenges

This year marks the centennial of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America’s establishment.
To Change Greece’s Fate for the Better, We Must Start with the Rhetoric

To Change Greece’s Fate for the Better, We Must Start with the Rhetoric

If only Greece’s politicians could change their rhetoric, they could make history for ushering in true reform.
Deriving Communal Self-Knowledge from the Seminal Years of 1821 and 1922

Deriving Communal Self-Knowledge from the Seminal Years of 1821 and 1922

Last year provided Hellenes worldwide the opportunity to look back at the miracle of 1821.
The Moscow Patriachate’s Unorthodox Warfare and the Odious Role of Domestic Ephialteses

The Moscow Patriachate’s Unorthodox Warfare and the Odious Role of Domestic Ephialteses

The new year brings new challenges for Orthodoxy due to the latest round of aggressive policies enacted by the Moscow Patriarchate, which literally ‘invaded’ the ancient Patriarchate of Alexandria, stealing away 102 of its clergymen and establishing its own exarchate in Africa.
Of Goblins, Trolls and Much-Needed Illumination

Of Goblins, Trolls and Much-Needed Illumination

According to the Greek folk legend the ‘kalikantzaroi’ – little goblins – roam freely from Christmas Day until the Feast of Theophany, creating mischief.

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