SPOTS LEFT! Join us for our New Year series on: How to Make the Church a Place of Healing

This series is a 5-week commitment, which includes a small group led by one of our YES leaders. Beginning on Tuesday, January 25th, 2022 we will come together weekly to have conversations about how to create communities in the Church where our doubt and darkness can be welcomed with love and faced without fear. Read More

Archon Peter Clyde Nicholas Papadakos Esq. Falls Asleep in the Lord

Archon Peter Clyde Nicholas Papadakos Esq. Falls Asleep in the Lord

Archon Peter Clyde Nicholas Papadakos Esq., 66, of McKeesport, fell asleep in the Lord on Friday, Jan. 14, 2022. He was born July 27, 1955, in McKeesport, and was the son of the late Archon Nicholas and Stavroula "Stella" Sakellariou Papadakos. Read More

Adopt a Yiayia and Pappou Program

Adopt a Yiayia and Pappou Program

This past year and a half, when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down all social gatherings and forced us to stay 6 feet apart, I felt an urge to connect. I took an idea that was brewing within me, and brought it to life. With the help of my priest and GOYA advisor, I launched the Adopt a Yiayia and Pappou Program in my church. Read More

Registration open for the 2nd Annual Teacher Certification Program

Registration open for the 2nd Annual Teacher Certification Program

The Office of Greek Education in cooperation with The Center for Lifelong Learning at Democritus University of Thrace will once again offer the program entitled: Education and certification in the teaching of Greek as a heritage language for educators in the diaspora, from March 1 to December 30, 2022. Read More

Blog from Nick Anton of the Department of Inter-Orthodox, Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations

Blog from Nick Anton of the Department of Inter-Orthodox, Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations

Nicholas Anton of the Department of Inter-Orthodox, Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations contributed to the @CreationJustice Ministries blog. Read More

Homily at the Divine Liturgy on the Feast of Saint John the Baptist

Homily at the Divine Liturgy on the Feast of Saint John the Baptist

Imagine with me – just for a moment – that you had a cousin, no one obviously remarkable. And this cousin was your same age, maybe just a little younger. And imagine that you felt compelled to convey a message and a mission. You poured everything you had into meeting this challenge, and you were beginning to have some success and even followers. Read More

Metropolis of Boston - New Director of the Metropolitan's Office

Metropolis of Boston - New Director of the Metropolitan's Office

His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios of Boston announces the appointment of Presbytera Maria Drossos as the Director of the Metropolitan’s Office effective January 3rd, 2022. Read More

Fully Human Podcast

Fully Human Podcast

Presvytera Melanie speaks with Matushka Wendy Cwiklinski, founder of the private Facebook group “Koinonia for Exceptional Orthodox Families,” about her family’s experience of misconceptions of behaviors related to invisible disabilities, the difficult decision to speak on and publish material about such, the gift that persons with disabilities are to their “typical” community members, and more! Read More

Faith Matters Newsletter - January 2022

Faith Matters Newsletter - January 2022

Dear Friends, With 2021 officially behind us, now is a time to reflect and look forward to the new year. This occasion allows us to reinvest in our own personal missions and reminds us that each of us offers a unique contribution. Read More

Archbishop Elpidophoros Offers Blessings for New Assignments

Archbishop Elpidophoros Offers Blessings for New Assignments

Archbishop Elpidophoros Offers Blessings for New Assignments Read More

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