Archbishop Elpidophoros Meets with President Trump on Hagia Sophia

Archbishop Elpidophoros of America met with President Trump and Vice President Pence late on Thursday to discuss Turkey's recent decision to convert Hagia Sophia...

Archbishop Elpidophoros, Cardinal Dolan Decry Hagia Sophia Decision in Joint Statement

In a joint statement issued on Wednesday, Greek Orthodox Elpidophoros and Catholic Cardinal, Timothy Dolan, deeply deplored Turkey's decision last Friday to reconvert Hagia...

Greek Merchant Mariner Recalls Bermuda Triangle UFO Sighting

A photograph of an unidentified object in the sky, taken April 28, 2020 by the United States Air Force over the Bermuda Triangle. Photo:...

The American Who Restored Hagia Sophia’s Ancient Mosaics to their Former Glory

The mosaics of Hagia Sophia are world-renowned priceless artifacts not only of Greek Orthodoxy but also of Byzantine Civilization and Hellenism. What is lesser...

White House Indirectly Acknowledges Armenian Genocide

In a statement made by White House Press Secretary Kaleigh McEnany on Monday, July 6, the Trump administration appeared to acknowledge the Armenian genocide,...

The Ancient Greek Ideals that Inspired American Independence

"Two hundred and thirty-six years ago, a new American Nation was founded on an old Greek principle — democratic rule by a free people....

Pompeo: Turkey Should Not Turn Hagia Sophia Into a Mosque

The US has spoken out against the Turkish government for trying to convert Hagia Sophia into a mosque, while urging the country to continue...

Hellenic American Project Releases Virtual “Life-Giving Art” Exhibit

The Hellenic American Project recently held a virtual reception for their "Life-Giving Art: 9 Women Artists of the Diaspora" exhibit, which celebrates the concept...

The Greeks of Colonial Florida Featured in National Hellenic Museum Lecture

The National Hellenic Museum in Chicago recently released their latest installment in their online lecture series, called "The Greeks of Colonial Florida," lead by...

Greek Americans Discover their Hellenic Heritage in College

For Greek-American students who attend Queens College in Flushing, New York, it’s never too late to rediscover one’s heritage and learn more about where...

Chicago’s National Hellenic Museum Launches New Oral History Program

The National Hellenic Museum in Chicago (NHM), the largest repository of Greek-American oral histories, announced earlier in the week that they will embark on a...

Busting Racism in the 1930s: Powerful Photo of Greeks Serving Black Patrons

This powerful photo shot at a Greek-owned diner in Pittsburgh’s Hill District circa 1930s is an emotional reminder of how newly arrived Greek immigrants...

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