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TNH: A Lens that Binds Greek-Americans Together                                           

TNH: A Lens that Binds Greek-Americans Together                                           

NEW YORK – Newspapers remain a foundational platform for one of five key freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment of the U.
“For God so Loved the World”

“For God so Loved the World”

“For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life” (John 3:16).
6th Mathew What is sin

6th Mathew What is sin

Today’s Gospel reading (Mat.
What Is True Freedom

What Is True Freedom

As we celebrate the 4th of July, and remember America’s declaration of political independence from Great Britain, we hear many weighty and passionate words about freedom.
Missions in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America

Missions in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America

The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America began 100 years ago as a church of Greek immigrants striving for the American dream and trying to find their place in the United States.
The Hour Ηas Come

The Hour Ηas Come

A star musician? An acclaimed author? A famous inventor? Men and women have always pursued superb achievements and high honors.
The Healing by the Pool of Bethesda

The Healing by the Pool of Bethesda

A notable archaeological site in the old city of Jerusalem is the pool of Bethesda.
Do Not Cry!

Do Not Cry!

On the Sunday of the Myrrh-bearers we remember a host of devoted followers of Jesus who are closely associated with the events of Christ’s burial and resurrection.
The Gift of Peace

The Gift of Peace

At the Last Supper, when Christ knew that His hour had come to depart from this world, He was stirred with great love for His disciples.
“Church Secularized and Hierarchy Involved in Politics” – The example of the Patriarchate of Moscow

“Church Secularized and Hierarchy Involved in Politics” – The example of the Patriarchate of Moscow

The latest developments, on the occasion of the anti-canonical and anti-ecclesiastical invasion of the Moscow Patriarchate in Africa, a [violation of the] canonical and non-negotiable [boundary] of the jurisdiction of the Ancient and Renowned Patriarchate of Alexandria, once again showed the ecclesiastical pathogenesis of the Patriarchate of Moscow, which since the 16th  century enjoys the goods of Autocephaly and Patriarchal Honor and Value, but for five centuries, does not cease to claim ecclesiastical administration either in the Balkans, with zones of influence and ecclesiastical and political satellites, or in the wider geographical area of the Mediterranean, and to show its expansive dispositions in areas of particular geopolitical and geophysical interest.

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