Greece’s Archbishop: People Will Decide Church-State Relation

"The Church was, is and will always be the mother of our people, with whatever that entails," said Archbishop Ieronymos II of Athens and...

Holy Saturday: The Last Day of Lent and the Holy Week

The last day of Lent and the Holy week is Holy Saturday -- the day in which the Greek Orthodox Church commemorates Jesus’ burial and...

Greek Archbishop: ‘The Cohabitation Agreement Must Not Become Law’

Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens avoided making any comments regarding the extremist opinions that were expressed by certain people of the Greek Orthodox Church on...

Second Divine Liturgy in Famagusta Church

On Sunday January 26, from 7.30 am to 10.30 am, a divine liturgy will be held in the church of Ayios Georgios (Exorinou) within...

Celebrations of Holy Tuesday

In the Greek Orthodox Church, Holy Tuesday is dedicated to the holy gospel referring to Christ’s denunciation against the religious leaders of Israel, the...

Hunger Crisis in Greece: Church Charity to feed 1,000 families for 10 months

The Apostoli charity has announced that it will be donating food to 1,000 families with young children that are low income or no income...

Holy Tuesday; What Do We Celebrate?

In the Greek Orthodox Church, Holy Tuesday is dedicated to the holy gospel referring to Christ’s denunciation against the religious leaders of Israel, the...

Crete’s Archdiocese Offers Land For Jobless

Archbishop of Crete Eirinaios said the Church is proposing to give farmland to people without jobs to help them during a crushing economic crisis. Speaking...

Archbishop Ieronymos Claims Europe Is Against Greek Orthodoxy

Archbishop Ieronymos II of Athens and All Greece accused Europe and the Greek government of trying to alter Christian Greek society and the identity...

Patriarch’s Envoy Visits Greek Soldiers Held in Turkey

An envoy from Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, visited on Easter Sunday, the Turkish jail where two Greek soldiers facing charges after accidentally crossing the Turkish...

New Ministers Swear Oath Without Greek Church

New Greek government ministers appointed following a mini cabinet reshuffle were sworn in at the presidential mansion in Athens on Thursday. They took a civilian oath...

Greek Orthodox Bishop Hands ‘Holy Pens’ to Students

The Greek Orthodox bishop of the town of Veria, northern Greece, has conducted a special service where he distributed blessed pens to the town's...

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