Nurturing Independence in Families with Disabilities Webinar

Panelists will offer their personal and professional lessons learned in a discussion of what healthy independence might look like in families with disabilities, including: the importance of helping each person grow more independent, with attention to their unique gifts and developmental trajectory, advice for keeping expectations for independence realistic and hopeful, and suggestions for practical communication and physical supports. Read More

Soak Up the Son - Go Forth: Week One

Soak Up the Son - Go Forth: Week One

It's time once again to Soak Up the Son! Join us this summer as we focus on our calling to "Go Forth" as apostles in the world. This isn’t an invitation for a select few; we are all called to share the light of Christ and this summer we will explore how we can do that. Read More

Church Forgives $3.5 Million Medical Debt for 2,200 Families

Church Forgives $3.5 Million Medical Debt for 2,200 Families

The church worked with the nonprofit organization, RIP Medical Debt, providing a donation that was then leveraged by RIP Medical Debt to wipe in total $3,566,809 in medical debt for the families who mostly live in New England. Read More

St. John Chrysostom Archdiocese Oratorical Virtual Festival Finals A Success

St. John Chrysostom Archdiocese Oratorical Virtual Festival Finals A Success

The St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival held the Archdiocese Festival, June 11-12, 2021. It was a virtual Festival hosted from the Archdiocese Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in New York City. Nine Junior Division Speakers and nine Senior Division Speakers, representing their Metropolises delivered their speeches on-line to Archbishop Elpidophoros, the panel of judges, the National Chairperson, Mrs. Katherine Orfanakos Demacopolous, Archimandrite Anton Vrame, Director of the Department of Religious Education of the Archdiocese of America, which creates and sponsors the annual festival. In addition, because of the live-streaming of the Festival, the program was broadcast to all who follow the Festival. Read More

3 Men and a Bible # 46 | Sunday of the Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council

3 Men and a Bible # 46 | Sunday of the Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council

In this week’s Epistle reading, Saint Paul reminds members of the Church how important it is to serve others in communion with one another. Read More

Reverend Chrysostom Manuel Obituary

Reverend Chrysostom Manuel Obituary

After spending a life reflecting on the mysteries of God and finding joy with family and friends, Rev. Chrysostom Manuel died on June 11, 2021, following a period of declining health. He was 89. Read More

Homily at the Divine Liturgy for the Feast the Apostle Bartholomew

Homily at the Divine Liturgy for the Feast the Apostle Bartholomew

In an ecumenical gesture worthy of the occasion, I have the special honor to preside over the Divine Service for the Patronal Feast of His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, Archbishop of Constantinople and New Rome, and Spiritual Father of Orthodox Christianity. This magnificent church dedicated to Saint Bartholomew is truly a precious architectural gem and artistic jewel of both Manhattan and the entire country. Read More

Time Out for Marriage: Daily Meaningful Conversation

Time Out for Marriage: Daily Meaningful Conversation

In this week's episode of "Time Out for Marriage," Pres. Kerry Pappas discusses the importance of finding at least ten minutes a day to connect in meaningful conversation with our spouse. Read More

“How-to” Green Your Parish, Episode 8: Learning from Animals

“How-to” Green Your Parish, Episode 8: Learning from Animals

The “How-to” Green Your Parish series is an initiative of the Department of Inter-Orthodox, Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations. New episodes will be released weekly featuring ideas and ways to introduce creation care and sustainability in your parish and home. Ranging from practical to theological, each three-minute video offers a unique perspective on environmental stewardship through the knowledge and expertise of Orthodox Christians across the United States. Read More

His Grace Bishop Athenagoras of Nazianzos Ordained at HCHC

His Grace Bishop Athenagoras of Nazianzos Ordained at HCHC

On Saturday, June 5, 2021, His Grace Bishop Athenagoras of Nazianzos was ordained at Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology’s Holy Cross Chapel. The video of the entire Divine Liturgy and ordination can be viewed here. The HCHC community warmly congratulates His Grace on this richly deserved recognition of his lifelong dedication to the Church. AXIOS! Read More

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