• Metropolitan Iakovos of Chicago Falls Asleep in the Lord

    His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America announces with a heavy heart and deep sorrow the passing of Metropolitan Iakovos of Chicago, 89, who fell asleep in the Lord this evening, June 2, 2017, at Chicago’s Weiss Memorial Hospital following a short illness. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Fotini Tournas

    Chestnut Hill, MA – Fotini Tournas, beloved sister of His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios of Boston, fell asleep in the Lord on April 12, 2017, following a brief illness. She is the loving daughter of the late Vasilios and Stavroula Tournas and the sister of the late Panteli Tournas. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Orsa Hadges

    It is with sadness yet with hope in the Resurrection that the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of San Francisco announces the falling asleep in the Lord of Orsa Hadges. After living a long and fulfilling life, Orsa’s passing came suddenly on April 10, 2017. She was a devoted wife, mother, sister, aunt and cherished friend who will be greatly missed. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Chris William Caras, Sr.

    The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of San Francisco announces the passing of Mr. Chris William Caras, Sr., on April 1, 2017 at the age of 90 after a long and fulfilling life. Guided by his conviction and passion for his faith along with his selfless devotion to others, Chris leaves us with a legacy of exemplary stewardship and tireless service to the Greek Orthodox Church. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Fr. Constantine J. Raptis

    The Metropolis of San Francisco announces the passing of Fr. Constantine J. Raptis, who died March 31. Fr. Dean faithfully served the Greek Orthodox Church for 64 years, and was loved and respected by the countless faithful to whom he ministered during his distinguished priesthood. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Fr. George C. Massouras

    PALOS HEIGHTS, Ill. - Fr. George Constantine Massouras, the first priest to be ordained by newly arrived Archbishop Iakovos in 1959, died March 25. He was 83 and served as a priest 46 years until his retirement in 2006. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Christine S. Karavites

    QUINCY, Mass. - Christine Sophia Karavites, one of the Church’s most effective and accomplished lay leaders, died peacefully March 19 after a long battle with cancer. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Demetrios Haseotes

    CUMBERLAND, R.I. – Demetrios Haseotes of Cumberland and Centerville, Mass., a member of Leadership 100 and a supporter of Assumption of the Virgin Mary Church in Pawtucket, R.I., died Jan. 31 at age 88. Read More

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    In Memoriam: The Very Rev. A. Photius Pentikis

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. - The Very Rev. A. Photius Pentikis, 94, died Jan. 25.“Father Photius was a devoted servant of the Lord for nearly 70 years, always maintaining the highest standards for his priesthood in the many parishes he served,” noted Metropolitan Gerasimos of San Francisco. “I had the opportunity to be with Father Photius this past September and was always uplifted by his genuine spirit.” Read More

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    In Memoriam: George J. Kostas

    HOUSTON – George J. Kostas, a longtime member of the HCHC Board of Trustees and a major benefactor of the school, died Dec. 16 at his home. He was 97. He also gave to many philanthropic causes. Read More

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    The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America Mourns the Passing of George S. Coumantaros

    The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America mourns the passing of George S. Coumantaros, an internationally renowned businessman and veteran ocean racer, an Archon of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, philanthropist and great benefactor of the Church, who passed away peacefully in Athens, Greece on October 17, 2016. He was 94 years of age. Read More

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    In Memoriam: George S. Coumantaros

    NEW YORK – The Archdiocese mourns the passing of George S. Coumantaros, an internationally renowned businessman and veteran ocean racer, an Archon of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, philanthropist and great benefactor of the Church, who passed away peacefully in Athens, Greece on Oct. 17. He was 94 years of age. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Fr. J. Matthew Gilbert

    HERRIMAN, Utah – Fr. Matthew J. Gilbert, 58, the priest of Holy Trinity Cathedral/Prophet Elias Church in Salt Lake City and Holiday, Utah, for nearly 17 years, died in Phoenix after a brief illness on Sept. 7. He died barely two months after being diagnosed with aggressive bone cancer. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Fr. Vasilios Thanos

    NORTHRIDGE, Calif. – Fr. Vasilios Thanos, 86, a retired priest, died Sept. 2. He recently had been honored for his unprecedented 50 years service to the community of St. Nicholas Church. He was a native of Koutroumpouchi, Tripolis, Greece and attended public schools in Tripoli and Megaloupolis, Greece. He lived with his family in the farming community of Daphne. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Fr. Theodore Phillips

    SAN DIEGO – Fr. Theodore Phillips, 87, the first parish priest at Sts. Constantine and Helen Church in Cardiff, Calif., died Aug. 23 at his home. Fr. Theodore served at Cardiff from 1978 – 2006. Prior to that, he served at St. Spyridon Church in San Diego from 1965 – 1978. He began his ministry in December 1953 at St. Basil Church in Stockton, Calif., where he was ordained to the Holy Priesthood. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Presvytera Mary Mourikis

    HYANNIS, Mass. – Presvytera Mary Mourikis, 94, widow of the late Fr. Spyros Mourikis, the founding priest of St. George Church on Cape Cod, died on Aug. 21 peacefully in her home surrounded by family. Born Oct. 8, 1921, in Somerville, Mass., to Sophia (Jouvelakis) and Demetrios Masteralexis, she was the third of four siblings. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Fr. John G. Kutulas

    MORTON GROVE, Ill. – Fr. John G. Kutulas, 83, who served in Chicago-area churches before retiring in August 1998, died July 2. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Fr. Manousos Emmanuel Lionikis

    MT. PROSPECT, Ill. – Fr. Manousos Emmanuel Lionikis, 96, a retired priest, who was among the first graduates of Holy Cross Theological School when it was located in Pomfret, Conn. died June 24. Fr. Lionikis battled cancer for 55 years and survived six cancer surgeries. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Fr. James Tsigonis

    CRESSKILL, N.J. – The Rev. Dr. James A. Tsigonis DDS, 87, a priest with a lay vocation, died June 20. He suffered briefly with myasthenia gravis. Read More

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    In Memoriam: Fr. Eusebius A. Stephanou

    MIRAMAR BEACH, Fla. – The Very Rev. Archimandrite Eusebius A. Stephanou, 91, who was a student at Holy Cross Seminary in Pomfret, Conn., beginning in 1942, and who served as professor at Holy Cross in Brookline in the 1950s and at many parishes, died May 23. Read More

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