• HCHC Classes to Continue Online For Spring Semester

    In a letter to the Hellenic College Holy Cross community, President George M. Cantonis announced that, in light of the growing COVID-19 pandemic, the campus will not reopen for the spring semester and all courses will continue to be taught remotely. The Administration “had held out hope that we could welcome everyone back to campus for in-person classes, worship, and fellowship…and we have explored every avenue for turning that hope into reality.” Read More

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    HCHC Announces Two New VPs

    Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology has announced the appointment of Dr. Diana Demetrulias as HCHC’s Vice President for Academic Affairs and Rev. Dn. Gary Alexander as Vice President for Administrative Affairs. Read More

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    HCHC Classes to Continue Online for Fall Semester

    In a letter to the Hellenic College Holy Cross community, President George M. Cantonis announced that, in light of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, the campus will not reopen for the fall semester and all courses will continue to be taught online. Read More

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    Calling Orthodox Young Adults – You Can Help!

    The Telos Project of Hellenic College Holy Cross is reaching out to rally young adults together to help our parishes and communities during COVID-19. Many are already helping our parishes in this new online world, but we can come together to make an even greater difference. Read More

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    Archbishop Elpidophoros Announces Search Committee for New HCHC President

    In a letter to the interim President, His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios, the Board of Trustees, Faculty and Administration of Hellenic College Holy Cross, His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America announced the completion of the appointment of the search committee for a new president of the School. Read More

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    Hellenic College Holy Cross 75th Commencement Honors George Logothetis, Fr. George Poulos

    Hellenic College Holy Cross School of Theology graduated 52 students at its 75th commencement May 20, which also awarded an honorary doctorate of humanities to entrepreneur and philanthropist George Logothetis and an honorary doctorate of divinity to Fr. George Poulos, a 1948 graduate of Holy Cross Seminary in Pomfret, Conn. Read More

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    Telos Project Launched as New Initiative for Young Adults

    BROOKLINE, Mass. – Recently I had the privilege of having dinner with Nick, an Orthodox Christian in his early twenties. Nick lives in a large city and works two full-time jobs – at a law office and a restaurant – to pay his rent. Early in the conversation, he noted how hard he’s trying pay off his tens of thousands of dollars in student loans. Despite his busyness, Nick said he wants very badly to learn more about his faith. “I don’t really know why I’m Orthodox,” he said. “But I want to.” Read More

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    HCHC Seniors’ Get-Acquainted Visit to Headquarters

    NEW YORK – Eighteen Masters of Divinity seniors from HCHC took part in the annual seminars and orientation at Archdiocese headquarters in mid-February where they heard presentations from the various department heads and representatives of auxiliary organizations of the Church. Read More

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    Rassoforia and Stavroforia at Hellenic College Holy Cross

    Following the Sept. 13 Vespers service for the Feast Day of the Holy Cross, Archbishop Demetrios held the Rassoforia and presentation of the Cross of the School at Holy Cross Chapel in Brookline, Mass. Along with the Archbishop is Bishop Andonios, chancellor of the Archdiocese and HCHC President Fr. Christopher Metropulos. Read More

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    HCHC Alumni Reception: Warmth and Illumination

    Fellowship and inspiration abounded at the reception for alumni of Hellenic College/Holy Cross on July 5. Fr. Theodore Petrides, the outgoing president of the alumni association and HCHC Trustee Helen Carlos introduced school President Fr. Chris Metropulos, who declared “we are proud of you and can never hear enough about your triumphs in your parishes ad we pray for you every morning.” Read More

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    The Destiny of the Church is Mission

    My beloved people, mission must start at home. While it is good to work in Africa and in the Far East, we have to start here with the internal mission. Read More

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    ‘Parish Partners’ Helps Raise Awareness of the School

    BROOKLINE, Mass. – When Fr. James Katinas was named director of Institutional Advancement at HCHC in 2011, one of his goals was to develop methods to engage parishes in overall stewardship of school through communications and other means. Read More

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    SCV holds Conference on Women Healing, Authority and Ministry

    BROOKLINE, Mass. – St. Catherine’s Vision (SCV), co-sponsored with Holy Cross School of Theology, and the Metropolis of Boston, presented “Divine Compassion Conference III: Divine Compassion and Women: Healing, Authority and Ministry in Orthodox Spiritual Tradition” on Nov. 7 at the Archbishop Iakovos Library Learning and Resource Center of HCHC. Read More

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    HCHC: Conference on Women

    BROOKLINE, Mass. – Divine Compassion Conference III, sponsored by Holy Cross School of Theology and the Metropolis of Boston, will take place Nov. 7. Read More

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    HCHC Awards 20 Chrysostom Scholarships

    BROOKLINE, Mass. – Hellenic College Holy Cross has awarded scholarships to 20 students from this year’s incoming freshman class. They are recipients of the Hellenic College Chrysostom Scholarship. This is the largest group to be awarded this scholarship in any one academic year since its inception in 2009. Read More

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    School Begins with Holy Cross Feast Day; 187 Students Welcomed

    BROOKLINE, Mass. – HCHC’s academic year officially began with Holy Cross Feast Day events Sept. 13-14. It marked the first official service for Fr. Chris Metropulos as the school’s new president and the welcoming of 187 students to the school, 20 more than the previous academic year. Read More

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    A New School Year and a New President

    BROOKLINE, Mass. – His official installation as new president of Hellenic College Holy Cross School of Theology takes place on Thursday, Oct. 29, but Fr. Christopher Metropulos assumed the great mantle of Fr. Nicholas Triantafilou as the school’s leader in July and has wasted no time in transitioning to his new role. Read More

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    One of the Largest Classes Ever Graduates from HC/HC

    Thirty-two seminarians graduated from Holy Cross and 16 undergraduate students received degrees from Hellenic College. Read More

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    54 Graduate HCHC, Fr. Triantafilou Receives Honorary Doctorate

    The 73rd Commencement program of HCHC featured the awarding of 20 Bachelor of Arts degrees, 34 Masters and an honorary Doctor of Theology degree to retiring President Fr. Nicholas Triantafilou, who graduated from the school in 1963. Read More

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    Fr. Christopher Metropulos Elected HCHC President

    NEW YORK – The Archdiocese and HCHC announced on May 1 the election of the Rev. Fr. Christopher T. Metropulos, as the next president of Hellenic College Holy Cross. Read More

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