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“Greece could be a constant factor in the region, ensuring peace, but also the free world’s interests,” said Greek National Defense Minister Panos Kammenos after his...

The bust of Greek-Cypriot poet Costas Montis was unveiled at Columbia University in New York during an event to honor the “Year Costas Montis, 100 years...

The small Greek Orthodox church of St. Nicholas that was crushed and destroyed when the Twin Towers fell during the September 11 terrorist attacks of 2001...

On Monday, September 22, Archbishop Demetrios of America met with Evangelos Venizelos, Greece's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister. Topics of discussion included the issue...
President Barack Obama Issues a declaration on the 2014 Greek Independence Anniversary

  US President Barack Obama will be once again honoring the anniversary of Greek Independence day by organizing a celebration ceremony which will be held in the...

The Greek Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Kyriakos Gerontopoulos is expected on a four-day visit to Chicago and New York to attend the celebrations...

A memorial service (Trisagion) was arranged by Archbishop Demetrios of America for Greek expatriate Andreas Panagopoulos who died tragically in East Harlem, New York,...

The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America offered 25,000 dollars for the earthquake victims of Cephalonia, western Greece. According to the Archdiocese of America, the Archbishop...

Archbishop Anastasios of Albania met with religious leaders, politicians and members of the Greek-American Community, during his visit in New York. Archbishop Demetrios of America...

“I wanted to give back to the church community that supported me when I needed a family. It is my unique honor to serve...

  The President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades expressed the Cypriot Hellenism's deep gratitude to Archbishop Demetrios of America, during their meeting that took place on...

            Mrs. Daisy Moraitis entering first, assisted by founders Pericles and Toula Bakas and Coula Johnides.                            “My children,” cried PapaFotis...