Yearbook 2002 - Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America

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Yearbook 2002 - Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
YEARBOOK2002
80th Anniversary 1922–2002
GREEK ORTÇODOX ARCÇDIOCESE OF AMERICA
ellhnikh orqodoxos arXiepiskoph amerikhs
HOLIDAYS
THE ARCHDIOCESE IS CLOSED ON THE FOLLOWING RELIGIOUS AND SPECIAL HOLIDAYS:
January 1
January 14
February 18
May 3
May 6
May 27
June 13
July 4
August 15
September 2
September 14
October 7
November 21-22
December 25-26
New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Presidents’ Day
Holy Friday
Renewal Monday
Memorial Day
The Ascension
Independence Day
Dormition of the Theotokos
Labor Day
Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Columbus Day
Thanksgiving
Christmas
The Yearbook of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America is published by the Greek Orthodox
Archdiocese. The information contained in the Yearbook is for informational purposes only. Certain
individuals and institutions are presented for reference purposes only and may not be under the
supervision or jurisdiction of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese.
Executive Editor
Produced by
Managing Editor
Ecclesiastical Calendar
Parishes and Clergy
Technical Assistance
Presvytera Nikki Stephanopoulos
MGS Type Group
Marissa P. Costidis
V. Rev. Evangelos Kourounis
Thalia Georghiou
Maria Kassomenakis
Stavros Papagermanos
Christine Athanasopoulos
Irene Kyritsis
John Soteriou
Nikos Katsanevakis
Abel Montoya
Rachel Peters
Photos
Dimitrios Panagos
Jim Golding
Fotis Papagermanos
David Lucs
Associated Press
Orthodox Observer
The New York Times
The White House
Printing
Morlaine Press
Hauppauge, NY
© 2002 Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. All Rights Reserved.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
General Information
Holidays........................................................................ 2
Table of Contents ...........................................................3
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew ................................. 4
Patriarch’s Message (Greek)........................................... 5
Archbishop Demetrios.................................................... 6
Archbishop’s Message (English)...................................... 7
Patriarch’s Message (English)......................................... 8
Archbishop’s Message (Greek)........................................ 9
Movable Ecclesiastical Dates .........................................10
Major Greek Orthodox Holy Days ...................................11
Ecclesiastical Calendar (Kanonion-English) .....................12
Ecclesiastical Calendar (Kanonion-Greek) .......................13
2002 Monthly Calendar ................................................14
Directory of Autocephalous Churches .............................38
Ecumenical Patriarchate Directory (Greek) ......................40
Ecumenical Patriarchate Directory (English) ....................52
Archdiocese of America
Archdiocese of America ................................................61
Holy Eparchial Synod ....................................................62
Direct Archdiocesan District...........................................63
Diocese of Chicago.......................................................64
Diocese of San Francisco ..............................................66
Diocese of Pittsburgh....................................................68
Diocese of Boston.........................................................70
Diocese of Denver ........................................................72
Diocese of Atlanta ........................................................74
Diocese of Detroit.........................................................76
Diocese of New Jersey..................................................78
Auxiliary Bishops ..........................................................80
Former Archbishops/Retired Bishops..............................81
SCOBA ........................................................................82
Archdiocesan Administration
Office of the Archbishop................................................83
Office of the Chancellor ................................................84
Office of Administration.................................................85
Archdiocesan Council ...................................................86
Archdiocesan Departments ........................................88
Registry ...................................................................89
Finance....................................................................91
Stewardship & LOGOS ..............................................92
Religious Education .................................................93
Religious Educators Association (DOXA)......................96
Greek Education .......................................................97
Greek American Day Schools Directory.......................98
Communications
Orthodox Observer ..............................................100
News & Information/Public Affairs ........................102
GOTelecom.........................................................103
Internet Ministries ...............................................104
Information Technologies .........................................105
Youth and Young Adults ...........................................106
Office of Camping Ministries................................108
Ionian Village .....................................................109
Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations..........................110
Marriage and Family ...............................................111
Archives .................................................................112
Benefits .................................................................113
Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate .......................114
Department of Philanthropy .........................................120
Ladies Philoptochos Society ........................................121
Archdiocesan Presbyters Council .................................123
National Sisterhood of Presvyteres ...............................124
Retired Greek Orthodox Clergy of America ....................125
National Forum of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians ....126
Archdiocese Institutions/
Related Agencies & Organizations
Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity ....................127
Hellenic College/Holy Cross School of Theology.............128
Saint Basil Academy ...................................................132
St. Michael’s Home .....................................................134
Leadership 100 Endowment Fund.................................135
Hellenic Cultural Center...............................................145
St. Photios National Shrine ..........................................146
International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC) ...........147
Orthodox Christian Mission Center (OCMC) ...................148
Trinity Children & Family Services ................................149
Project Mexico & St. Innocent Orthodox Orphanage.......150
Other Jurisdictions of
the Ecumenical Patriarchate
Stavropegial Monasteries and Churches .......................151
Albanian Orthodox Diocese..........................................153
Belarusian Council ......................................................153
Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese ............................154
Ukrainian Orthodox Church ..........................................160
September 11, 2001 ...................................161
2001 In Pictures...........................................166
Directories
Parishes.....................................................................169
Monastic Communities ................................................192
Chapels .....................................................................193
Priests .......................................................................194
Retired Priests............................................................218
Priests with Lay Vocations ...........................................225
Vital Statistics ............................................................226
Orthodox Chaplains.....................................................228
Social Services ...........................................................231
Media/Print ................................................................232
Radio and Television ...................................................235
Religious Media Resources..........................................239
Embassies & Consular Offices of Greece ......................241
Embassies & Consular Offices of Cyprus ......................242
Byzantine, Classics/Modern Greek Studies Programs ....243
Senior Residences ......................................................246
Federations/Organizations ...........................................248
Resources
The Calendar of the Orthodox Church ..........................251
Pastoral Guidelines .....................................................252
Forms of Salutation.....................................................257
World Wide Web Sites.................................................258
Calendar ....................................................................263
Telephone Directory.................................inside back cover
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ECUMENICAL PATRIARCH BARTHOLOMEW
HIS ALL HOLINESS BARTHOLOMEW I
Archbishop of Constantinople and Ecumenical Patriarch
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ARCHBISHOP DEMETRIOS
HIS EMINENCE ARCHBISHOP DEMETRIOS
Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church in America
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MESSAGE OF THE ARCHBISHOP
Jesus said to them again, “Peace be
with you. As the Father has sent me,
even so I send you.” (JOHN 20:21)
Beloved Brothers and Sisters,
By the wondrous grace of God, once again in our lifetime we celebrate in a spirit of great
expectations the beginning of a new year—a year given to us by our loving and saving God
as a priceless opportunity for creative work, true joy and lasting peace.
We left behind a year marked by a horrendous event, a year shadowed by the September 11th
explosion of darkness and evil. At the very same time, however, we vividly experienced
the brilliance of an unprecedented generosity of hearts and minds, an explosion of light and
goodness, an unconditional offering of all kinds of help and support.
This spirit of offering, this reality of offering, must be characteristic of all the faithful of our Greek
Orthodox Archdiocese in the year 2002, but not only as an answer to the grave consequences
of September 11th. Offering belongs to the very essence of our Orthodox faith and tradition;
it is an integral part of our Greek Orthodox heritage. The words of the Lord are clear: “As the
Father has sent me, even so I send you” (John 20:21). We as Church, in direct continuity
with the Holy Apostles and the members of the Early Church, are being sent by Christ
to offer to the world, in the measure of our capacity, what He has offered—love and joy,
consolation and support, peace and forgiveness.
We are on a sacred and vital mission to offer our Orthodox faith to contemporary America.
We, as the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, are sent by Jesus Christ to offer to our
fellow citizens of this blessed country a living faith, strongly experienced as the illuminating
truth, as unconditional love and as uplifting worship.
May the Lord help us as Omogenia and Church in achieving faithfully our sacred mission
in contemporary America. May He make the year 2002 a year of the glory of an offering
that excludes no one, that has no limitations—a year of the triumph of the generosity of hearts
and minds.
With paternal love in Christ,
† DEMETRIOS
Archbishop of America
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MESSAGE OF THE ECUMENICAL PATRIARCH
Your Eminence, Archbishop Demetrios of America, most
honorable Exarch of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, beloved
brother in the Holy Spirit and co-celebrant of our Modesty;
Grace be with Your Eminence and peace from God.
For the year 2002 we wish God Almighty’s blessings upon
our much beloved children in Christ, who reside in the great
country of the United States of America, and bear witness
to our Orthodox faith and tradition. Unfortunately, in 2001 we
mourned the loss of thousands of victims caused by terrorist
attacks, as a result of humanity’s disconnection from God’s
way, which is the way of love, peace and solidarity.
We wholeheartedly pray that murderous acts will cease in the
future, and that the grace of our Lord, Jesus Christ will protect
and lead you in 2002, and grant you and all who love Him
peace and abundance.
May the Lord guide your steps into the way of salvation for
His holy name to be forever glorified by you and by all people.
May He grant rest to the souls of the victims of the terrorist
attacks in America and throughout the world.
Thus, we brotherly embrace Your Eminence and Your brothers
in Christ, and bestow upon the pious clergy and flock of the
Holy Archdiocese of America our wholehearted paternal and
Patriarchal blessing.
15 September 2001
† Bartholomew
Patriarch of Constantinople
beloved brother in Christ
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MESSAGE OF THE ARCHBISHOP
̈ϨΔΉΑ ΓЇΑ ΅ЁΘΓϧΖ ϳ ͑΋ΗΓІΖ ΔΣΏ΍Α:
̈ϢΕφΑ΋ ЀµϧΑ: Ύ΅ΌАΖ ΦΔνΗΘ΅ΏΎνΑ µΉ ϳ Δ΅ΘφΕ,
ΎΦ·А ΔνµΔΝ ЀµκΖ
(͑Ν΅Α. 20,2ŗ)
̝·΅Δ΋ΘΓϟ µΓΙ ̝ΈΉΏΚΓϟ Ύ΅ϟ ̝ΈΉΏΚνΖ,
̏ξ ΘχΑ Ό΅Ιµ΅ΗΘχ ΛΣΕ΋ ΘΓІ ̋ΉΓІ, ·΍Τ µ΍ΤΑ ΦΎϱµ΋ ΚΓΕΤ ΗΘχ ΊΝφ µ΅Ζ,
·΍ΓΕΘΣΊΓΙµΉ πΑ ΔΑΉϾµ΅Θ΍ µΉ·ΣΏΝΑ ΔΕΓΗΈΓΎ΍ЗΑ ΘχΑ ΦΕΛχ οΑϲΖ Ύ΅΍ΑΓϾΕ·΍ΓΙ ΛΕϱΑΓΙ.
̴ΑϲΖ ΑνΓΙ σΘΓΙΖ, Θϲ ϳΔΓϧΓ ϳ ̋ΉϲΖ ΘϛΖ Φ·ΣΔ΋Ζ Ύ΅Ϡ ΘϛΖ ΗΝΘ΋Εϟ΅Ζ µκΖ ΔΕΓΗΚνΕΉ΍ БΖ
µϟ΅ ΦΑΉΎΘϟµ΋Θ΋ ΉЁΎ΅΍Εϟ΅ ·΍Τ Έ΋µ΍ΓΙΕ·΍Ύϲ σΕ·Γ, ΦΏ΋Ό΍Αχ Λ΅ΕΤ Ύ΅Ϡ Έ΍΅ΕΎϛ ΉϢΕφΑ΋.
̝ΚφΗ΅µΉ ΔϟΗΝ µ΅Ζ ρΑ΅ σΘΓΖ ΔΓϿ Η΋µ΅ΈΉϾΌ΋ΎΉ ΦΔϲ ρΑ΅ ΘΕΓµ΅ΎΘ΍Ύϲ ·Ή·ΓΑϱΖ,
ρΑ΅ σΘΓΖ ΔΓϿ ΗΎ΍ΣΗΌ΋ΎΉ ΦΔϲ ΘχΑ σΎΕ΋Β΋ ΘΓІ Ύ΅ΎΓІ Ύ΅Ϡ ΘΓІ ΗΎϱΘΓΙΖ ΘϛΖ ŗŗ΋Ζ
̕ΉΔΘΉµΆΕϟΓΙ. ̓΅ΕΣΏΏ΋Ώ΅ ϵµΝΖ ΗΘϲ ϥΈ΍Γ ΦΎΕ΍ΆЗΖ ΛΕΓΑ΍Ύϲ ΔΏ΅ϟΗ΍Γ, ΉϥΛ΅µΉ ΘχΑ
σΑΘΓΑ΋ πµΔΉ΍Εϟ΅ ΘϛΖ ΦΎΘ΍ΑΓΆΓΏϟ΅Ζ µ΍κΖ ΩΑΉΙ ΔΕΓ΋·ΓΙµνΑΓΙ ·ΉΑΑ΅΍ΓΈΝΕϟ΅Ζ Ύ΅ΕΈ΍ЗΑ
Ύ΅Ϡ ΔΑΉΙµΣΘΝΑ, ΘϛΖ πΎΕφΒΉΝΖ ΚΝΘϲΖ Ύ΅Ϡ Ύ΅ΏΝΗϾΑ΋Ζ, Ύ΅Ϡ ΘϛΖ ΦΑΉΔ΍ΚϾΏ΅ΎΘ΋Ζ
ΔΕΓΗΚΓΕκΖ Δ΅ΑΘϲΖ ΉϥΈΓΙΖ ΆΓ΋ΌΉϟ΅Ζ Ύ΅Ϡ ЀΔΓΗΘ΋ΕϟΒΉΝΖ.
̖Γ ΔΑΉІµ΅ ΅ЁΘϲ ΘϛΖ ΔΕΓΗΚΓΕκΖ, ψ ΔΕ΅·µ΅Θ΍ΎϱΘ΋Θ΅ ΅ЁΘχ ΘϛΖ ΔΕΓΗΚΓΕκΖ,
ΔΕνΔΉ΍ ΑΤ ·ϟΑ΋ Θϲ Λ΅Ε΅ΎΘ΋Ε΍ΗΘ΍Ύϲ ΗΘΓ΍ΛΉϧΓ ·΍Τ ϵΏΓΙΖ ΘΓϿΖ Δ΍ΗΘΓϿΖ ΘϛΖ ̳ΏΏ΋ΑΓΕΌΓΈϱΒΓΙ ̝ΕΛ΍ΉΔ΍ΗΎΓΔϛΖ µ΅Ζ Ύ΅ΘΤ Θϲ ΑνΓΑ σΘΓΖ 2002. ̍΅Ϡ ΔΕνΔΉ΍ ΑΤ ·ϟΑ΋, ϷΛ΍ µϱΑΓ
БΖ ΦΔΣΑΘ΋Η΋ ΗΘϠΖ ΗΓΆ΅ΕξΖ ΗΙΑνΔΉ΍ΉΖ ΘϛΖ ŗŗ΋Ζ ̕ΉΔΘΉµΆΕϟΓΙ. ̖ϲ Λ΅Ε΅ΎΘ΋Ε΍ΗΘ΍Ύϲ
ΘϛΖ ΔΕΓΗΚΓΕκΖ ΦΑφΎΉ΍ ΗΘχΑ ΓЁΗϟ΅ ΘϛΖ ͞ΕΌΓΈϱΒΓΙ ΔϟΗΘΉΝΖ Ύ΅Ϡ Δ΅Ε΅ΈϱΗΉЏΖ µ΅Ζ.
̝ΔΓΘΉΏΉϧ ΦΑ΅ΔϱΗΔ΅ΗΘΓ µνΕΓΖ ΘϛΖ ̳ΏΏ΋ΑΓΕΌΓΈϱΒΓΙ ̍Ώ΋ΕΓΑΓµ΍κΖ µ΅Ζ. ̖Τ Ώϱ·΍΅
ΘΓІ ̍ΙΕϟΓΙ ΉϨΑ΅΍ Η΅Κϛ: «Ύ΅ΌАΖ ΦΔνΗΘ΅ΏΎνΑ µΉ o Δ΅ΘφΕ, ΎΦ·А ΔνµΔΝ ЀµκΖ»
(͑ΝΣΑΑΓΙ 20:2ŗ) ͳΖ ̳ΎΎΏ΋Ηϟ΅ ΔΓϿ ΉϨΑ΅΍ Ηξ ΩµΉΗ΋ ΗϾΑΈΉΗ΋ Ύ΅Ϡ ΗΙΑνΛΉ΍΅ µξ ΘΓϿΖ
̞·ϟΓΙΖ ̝ΔΓΗΘϱΏΓΙΖ Ύ΅Ϡ ΘΤ µνΏ΋ ΘϛΖ ΦΕΛ΅ϟ΅Ζ ̳ΎΎΏ΋Ηϟ΅Ζ, ΦΔΓΗΘΉΏΏϱµΉΌ΅ ΦΔϲ
ΘϲΑ ̙Ε΍ΗΘϲΑ ·΍Τ ΑΤ ΔΕΓΗΚνΕΓΙµΉ ΗΘϲΑ ΎϱΗµΓ, ΗΘϲ µνΘΕΓ ΘЗΑ ϡΎ΅ΑΓΘφΘΝΑ µ΅Ζ,
ϵ,Θ΍ ̳ΎΉϧΑΓΖ ΔΕΓΗνΚΉΕΉ: Φ·ΣΔ΋ Ύ΅Ϡ Λ΅ΕΣ, Δ΅Ε΋·ΓΕϟ΅ Ύ΅Ϡ ЀΔΓΗΘφΕ΍Β΋, ΉϢΕφΑ΋ Ύ΅Ϡ
ΗΙ·ΛЏΕ΋Η΋.
̏κΖ σΛΉ΍ ΦΑ΅ΘΉΌΉϧ ψ ΊΝΘ΍Ύχ Ύ΅Ϡ ϡΉΕΤ ΦΔΓΗΘΓΏχ «ΑΤ ΔΕΓΗΚνΕΓΙµΉ ΘχΑ
ϴΕΌϱΈΓΒΓ ΔϟΗΘ΋ µ΅Ζ ΗΘχ ΗϾ·ΛΕΓΑ΋ ̝µΉΕ΍Ύφ». ͳΖ ̴ΏΏ΋Α΍Ύχ ͞ΕΌϱΈΓΒΓΖ ̝ΕΛ΍ΉΔ΍ΗΎΓΔχ
̝µΉΕ΍ΎϛΖ, ΦΔΓΗΘΉΏΏϱµΉΌ΅ ΦΔϲ ΘϲΑ ͑΋ΗΓІΑ ̙Ε΍ΗΘϲΑ ·΍Τ ΑΤ ΔΕΓΗΚνΕΓΙµΉ ΗΘΓϿΖ
ΗΙµΔΓΏϟΘ΅Ζ µ΅Ζ ΅ЁΘϛΖ ΘϛΖ ΉЁΏΓ·΋µνΑ΋Ζ ΛЏΕ΅Ζ µ΍Τ ΊΝΑΘ΅Αχ ΔϟΗΘ΋, ψ ϳΔΓϟ΅ σΑΘΓΑ΅
Ά΍ЏΑΉΘ΅΍ БΖ ψ ΚΝΘϟΊΓΙΗ΅ ΦΏφΌΉ΍΅, БΖ ΦΑΉΔ΍ΚϾΏ΅ΎΘ΋ Φ·ΣΔ΋ Ύ΅Ϡ БΖ πΒΙΜΝΘ΍Ύχ
Ώ΅ΘΕΉϟ΅.
̈ϥΌΉ ϳ ̍ϾΕ΍ΓΖ ΑΤ µκΖ ΆΓ΋ΌφΗ΋ Ύ΅Ϡ ΑΤ µκΖ ΉЁΏΓ·φΗ΋ БΖ ͞µΓ·νΑΉ΍΅ Ύ΅Ϡ БΖ
̳ΎΎΏ΋Ηϟ΅ ΗΘχΑ Δ΍ΗΘχ ΔΕ΅·µ΅ΘΓΔΓϟ΋Η΋ ΘϛΖ ϡΉΕκΖ ΦΔΓΗΘΓΏϛΖ µ΅Ζ ΗΘχΑ ΗϾ·ΛΕΓΑ΋
̝µΉΕ΍Ύφ. ̈ϥΌΉ ̳ΎΉϧΑΓΖ ΑΤ Ύ΅Θ΅ΗΘφΗ΋ Θϲ σΘΓΖ 2002, σΘΓΖ ΈϱΒ΋Ζ µ΍κΖ ΔΕΓΗΚΓΕκΖ
ΔΓϾ ΈξΑ ΦΔΓΎΏΉϟΉ΍ Ύ΅ΑνΑ΅ Ύ΅Ϡ ΈξΑ σΛΉ΍ ϵΕ΍΅, σΘΓΖ ΌΕ΍ΣµΆΓΙ ΘϛΖ ·ΉΑΑ΅΍ΓΈΝΕϟ΅Ζ ΘϛΖ
Ύ΅ΕΈ΍κΖ Ύ΅Ϡ ΘΓІ ΔΑΉϾµ΅ΘΓΖ.
̏ξ Δ΅ΘΕ΍ΎχΑ Φ·ΣΔ΋,
ñ ͟ ̝ΕΛ΍ΉΔϟΗΎΓΔΓΖ ̝µΉΕ΍ΎϛΖ ̇΋µφΘΕ΍ΓΖ
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MOVABLE ECCLESIASTICAL DATES
This five-year chart has the dates of Feast Days and Fasting Days which are determined annually on
the basis of the date of Holy Pascha (Easter). This ecclesiastical cycle begins with the first day of the
Triodion and ends with the Sunday of All Saints, a total of eighteen weeks.
2002
2003
2004 (L)
2005
2006
TRIODION BEGINS
February 24
February 16
February 1
February 20
February 12
1ST SATURDAY OF SOULS
March 9
March 1
February 14
March 5
February 25
MEAT FARE
March 10
March 2
February 15
March 6
February 26
2ND SATURDAY OF SOULS
March 16
March 8
February 21
March 12
March 4
LENT BEGINS
March 18
March 10
February 23
March 14
March 6
3RD SATURDAY OF SOULS
March 23
March 15
February 28
March 19
March 11
SUNDAY OF ORTHODOXY
March 24
March 16
February 29
March 20
March 12
SATURDAY OF LAZARUS
April 27
April 19
April 3
April 23
April 15
PALM SUNDAY
April 28
April 20
April 4
April 24
April 16
HOLY(GOOD) FRIDAY
May 3
April 25
April 9
April 29
April 21
ORTHODOX PASCHA
May 5
April 27
April 11
May 1
April 23
WESTERN EASTER
March 31
April 20
April 11
March 27
April 16
ASCENSION
June 13
June 5
May 20
June 9
June 1
SATURDAY OF SOULS
June 22
June 14
May 29
June 18
June 10
PENTECOST
June 23
June 15
May 30
June 19
June 11
ALL SAINTS
June 30
June 22
June 7
June 26
June 18
FAST OF HOLY APOSTLES BEGINS
*See Note
June 23
June 8
June 27
June 19
FAST OF HOLY APOSTLES LASTS
No Days
6 Days
21 Days
2 Days
10 Days
‘L’ indicates Leap Year
Note: The Holy Apostles Fasting duration varies every year. It begins on Monday following Sunday of All Saints
and ends on June 29. Thus, it may last from zero (0) days, if Easter falls on May 3 or later – to twenty-nine (29)
days, if Easter falls on April 4 to May 2.
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MAJOR GREEK ORTHODOX HOLY DAYS 2002
January 1
The Circumcision of Jesus Christ;
St. Basil the Great
January 6
Epiphany Day: The Baptism of Jesus
Christ, Sanctification of the Waters
and Manifestation of the Holy Spirit
June 29
SS. Peter and Paul
June 30
All Saints Sunday
July 20
Prophet Elias
July 27
St. Panteleimon
January 7
St. John the Baptist
August 6
Transfiguration of Jesus Christ
January 17
St. Anthony the Great
August 15
January 30
The Three Hierarchs St. Basil the
Great, St. Gregory the Theologian and
St. John Chrysostom
Dormition (Falling Asleep) of the
Blessed Virgin Mary (Theotokos)
August 29
Commemoration of the Beheading
of Saint John the Baptist
February 2
The Presentation of Jesus Christ
in the Temple
September 1
The Beginning of the
Ecclesiastical Year (Indiction)
February 6
St. Photios the Great
September 8
The Nativity of the Theotokos
February 10
St. Haralambos the Martyr
September 14 Exaltation of the Holy Cross
February 17
Saturday of the Souls
October 23
St. Iakovos (James)
February 26
Paschal Lenten Period Begins
October 26
St. Demetrios
March 24
Sunday of Orthodoxy
(observed on the First Sunday of Lent)
November 1
SS. Cosmas and Damianos
November 8
The Archangels Michael and Gabriel
March 25
The Annunciation of the
Blessed Virgin Mary (The Theotokos)
November 15 Christmas Lenten Period begins
April 23
The Feast Day of St. George
November 21 The Entrance of the Blessed Virgin
Mary (Theotokos) into the Temple
April 28
Palm Sunday
April 29-May 4 Holy Week
May 3
Holy (Good) Friday
May 5
HOLY PASCHA
The Resurrection of Jesus Christ
November 25 St. Catherine
November 30 St. Andrew the Apostle, Founder of
the Church of Constantinople
December 4
St. Barbara
December 5
St. Savva the Sanctified
December 6
St. Nicholas, Bishop of Myra
May 21
SS. Constantine and Helen
June 11
St. Bartholomew
June 13
The Ascension of Jesus Christ
June 22
Saturday of the Souls
December 25 CHRISTMAS DAY
The Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ
June 23
Sunday of Pentecost
December 27 St. Stephen the Protomartyr
December 12 St. Spyridon
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A SIMPLIFIED DIRECTORY OF
Church
Jurisdiction
Founder &
Date
Canonic
Ecumenical Patriarchate
of Constantinople
Turkey, Parts of Greece Mt. Athos,
St. Andrew the Apostle
Northern & Western Europe, North &
South America, Australia & New Zealand,
Southeast Asia, & the Diaspora
37 A.D.
451: Pa
Patriarchate of Alexandria
All Africa
St. Mark the Evangelist
62 A.D
325: Pa
Patriarchate of Antioch
Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Iran
St. Peter the Apostle,
34 A.D.
325: Pa
Patriarchate of Jerusalem
Palestine (Israel), Jordan,
Arabia & Mt. Sinai
St. James
the Adelphotheos
55 A.D.
451: Pa
Church of Russia
Former Soviet Union
Conversion and baptism
of Prince Vladimir of Kiev
and Russian people
988 A.D.
1037: U
1448: A
1589: Pa
867-886 A.D.
Church of Serbia
Former Yugoslavia
SS. Cyril & Methodios
Church of Romania
Romania
Orthodoxy introduced in 1st Christian
centuries by missionaries to Roman
seaport colonies on the Black Sea.
1359: U
1885: A
1925: Pa
Church of Bulgaria
Bulgaria
Baptism of Tsar Boris
by Patriarch Photius
Also
SS. Cyril & Methodios
867-886 A.D.
917:
1018:
1235:
1767:
1872:
1945:
1961:
Pa
U
2n
U
S
A
3r
U
U
A
U
A
864 A.D.
1219:
1346:
1832:
1879:
1920:
A
Pa
A
A
Pa
Church of Georgia
Georgia (Iberia)
St. Andrew the Apostle
44 A.D.
325:
451:
1089:
1811:
1917:
Church of Cyprus
Cyprus
St. Barnabas the Apostle
46 A.D.
325: Un
413: Aut
Church of Greece
Greece
St. Paul the Apostle
51 A.D.
451: U
1850: Au
Church of Poland
Poland
Orthodoxy introduced by
missionaries from Russia
during Middle Ages
1593: U
1917: U
1924: A
Church of Albania
Albania
Dates back to
Apostolic Time (See Rom. 15-19)
1346: U
1766: U
1937: A
Church of the
Czech Lands
and Slovakia
Czech Republic
and Slovakia
Ss. Cyril and
Methodios
1361:
1766:
1923:
1998:
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867-886 A.D.
U
U
A
A
AUTOCEPHALOUS CHURCHES
Canonical
Status Present Head & Title
Episcopal Seat
451: Patriarchate
Bartholomew I, Ecumenical Patriarch,
Archbishop of Constantinople
and New Rome
Constantinople, Turkey
325: Patriarchate
Petros, Pope and Patriarch
of Alexandria and All Africa
Alexandria, Egypt
325: Patriarchate
Ignatius, Patriarch of Antioch, Syria,
Arabia, Kilikia, Iberia and All East
Damascus, Syria
451: Patriarchate
Ireneos, Patriarch of Holy Jerusalem,
All Palestine and Holy Zion
Jerusalem, Israel
1037: Under Constantinople
1448: Autocephalous
1589: Patriarchate
Alexii II, Patriarch of Moscow
and All Russia
Moscow, Russia
1219:
1346:
1832:
1879:
1920:
Pavle, Archbishop of Pec,
Metropolitan of Belgrade-Karlovci
and Patriarch of Serbia
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
1359: Under Constantinople
1885: Autocephalous
1925: Patriarchate
Theoctistos, Archbishop of Bucharest,
Metropolitan of Ungro-Vlachia and
Patriarch of Romania
Bucharest, Romania
917:
1018:
1235:
1767:
1872:
1945:
1961:
Patriarchate (Tsar Simeon)
Under Constantinople
2nd Patriarchate
Under Constantinople
Schismatic (Until 1945)
Autocephalous
3rd Patriarchate
Maximos, Metropolitan of Sofia
and Patriarch of All Bulgaria
Sofia, Bulgaria
325:
451:
1089:
1811:
1917:
Under Antioch
Under Constantinople
Autocephalous
Under Moscow
Autocephalous-Catholicate
Ilias II, Metropolitan of Mitshetis
and Tiflis, Catholicos-Patriarch
of All Iberia
Tiflis, Georgia
325: Under Jerusalem
413: Autocephalous
Chrysostom, Archbishop of New Justinia
and All Cyprus
Nicosia, Cyprus
451: Under Constantinople
1850: Autocephalous
Christodoulos, Archbishop of Athens
and All Greece
Athens, Greece
1593: UnderMoscow
1917: Under Constantinople
1924: Autocephalous
Savvas, Archbishop of Varsovia
and Metropolitan of All Poland
Warsaw, Poland
1346: Under Serbia (Pec)
1766: Under Constantinople
1937: Autocephalous
Anastasios, Archbishop of Tirana
and All Albania
Tirana, Albania
1361:
1766:
1923:
1998:
Nicholas, Archbishop
of the Czech Lands
and Slovakia
Prague, Czech Republic
Autonomous (St. Savas)
Patriarchate (of Pec)
Autonomous
Autocephalous
Patriarchate of Serbia
Under Serbia (Pec)
Under Constantinople
Autonomous
Autocephalous
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ECUMENICAL PATRIARCHATE DIRECTORY
Dr. Andonios Trakatellis,
a member of the European
Parliament, professor at the
University of Thessaloniki and
brother of Archbishop Demetrios,
was invested as an Archon
Hartophylax by Ecumenical
Patriarch Bartholomew in
ceremonies at the Patriarchate.
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ECUMENICAL PATRIARCHATE DIRECTORY
His All Holiness BARTHOLOMEW,
Archbishop of Constantinople, New Rome, and
Ecumenical Patriarch
Mailing Address: Rum Patrikhanesi, 342 20 Fener- Haliç,
Istanbul, Turkey. Tel. +011-90-212.531.9670-6,
Fax: +011-90-212.534.9037
a) http://www.patriarchate.org
b) http://www.epnet.gr.
SECTION A: SYNODIKON
The Holy and Sacred Synod is presided over by His All
Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch BARTHOLOMEW, and is
currently comprised of the following Metropolitans:
His Eminence Metropolitan Chrysostomos of Ephesou
(03/05/1961)
His Eminence Metropolitan Joachim of Chalcedon
(10/23/73)
His Eminence Metropolitan Photios of Imvrou and Tenedou
(06/28/59)
His Eminence Metropolitan Gabriel of Koloneias (04/09/67)
His Eminence Metropolitan Evangelos of Perges (11/30/70)
His Eminence Metropolitan Kallinikos of Lystron (12/06/70)
His Eminence Metropolitan Athanasios of Heliopoleos and
Theiron (09/24/72)
His Eminence Metropolitan Germanos of Tranoupoleos
(01/14/73)
His Eminence Metropolitan Meliton of Philadelphias
(10/28/90)
His Eminence Metropolitan Chrysostomos of Myron
(11/25/95)
His Eminence Metropolitan Apostolos of Moschonision
(11/26/95)
His Eminence Metropolitan Theoliptos of Ikoniou
(09/10/2000)
Other Metropolitans
His Eminence Metropolitan Hieronymos of Rodopoleos
(01/28/51)
His Eminence Metropolitan Aimilianos of Sylibrias
(12/06/60)
His Eminence Metropolitan Symeon of Pringiponison
(04/26/64)
His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios of Pisideias
(11/29/68)
His Eminence Metropolitan Constantine of Derkon
(01/16/72)
His Eminence Metropolitan Germanos of Theodoropoleos
(02/6/72)
His Eminence Metropolitan Panteleimon of Tyrolois and
Serentiou (06/09/74) (Hegoumenos of the Sacred
Patriarchal and Stavropegial Monastery of Vlatadon)
His Eminence Metropolitan Theoklitos of Metron and
Athyron (05/22/1977)
His Eminence Metropolitan Kyrillos of Selefkias
(10/27/1985)
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His Eminence Metropolitan Apostolos of Miletou (11/03/85)
(Hegoumenos of the Sacred Patriarchal and Stavropegial
Monastery of St. Anastasia the Deliverer from Potions)
His Eminence Metropolitan John of Pergamou (06/22/86)
(Professor of the Theological Schools of the Universities
of Thessaloniki and London)
His Eminence Metropolitan Iakovos of Laodiceas
(12/25/1987)
His Eminence Metropolitan Demetrios of Sevasteias
(11/04/1990)
His Eminence Metropolitan Ireneos of Myriophytou and
Peristaseos (11/21/95)
His Excellency Metropolitan Gennadios of Sasimon
(06/01/1997)
His Excellency Metropolitan Paisios of Tyanon
(04/11/98) (Hegoumenos of the Sacred Patriarchal and
Stavropegial Monastery of St. Irene Chrysovalantou,
Astoria, NY)
Auxiliary Bishops
His Grace Bishop Chrysostomos of Rodostolou
(04/22/1978)
His Grace Bishop Dionysios of Synadon (09/15/96)
His Grace Bishop Vikentios of Apameias (04/11/98)
Retired Hierarchs of the Throne
His Eminence Former Archbishop of America Iakovos
(02/06/55) (USA)
His Eminence Former Metropolitan Spyridon of Chaldeas
(11/24/85) (USA)
His Eminence Former Metropolitan Gennadios of Buenos
Aires (04/08/79) (Athens)
His Grace Bishop Iakovos of Catanes (05/21/67) (USA)
His Grace Bishop Aristarchos of Zenoupoleos (01/12/69)
(London)
His Grace Bishop Panteleimon of Theoupoleos (01/01/71)
(Thessaloniki)
His Grace Bishop John of Amoriou (01/17/71) (USA),
His Grace Bishop Philotheos of Meloes (06/06/71) (USA)
His Grace Bishop Christoforos of Telmisou (03/12/77)
(London)
His Grace Bishop Anthimos of Olympou (04/17/77 (USA)
His Grace Bishop Demetrios of Thermon (11/09/80)
(Thessaloniki)
His Grace Bishop Ireneos of Pataron (12/14/80) (Athens)
His Grace Bishop Theodoretos of Elaias (03/25/84) (Athens)
His Grace Bishop Eleftherios of Nysses (02/06/87) (Athens)
His Grace Bishop Isidoros of Tralleon (01/07/90) (Athens)
His Grace Bishop Pavlos of Tracheias (06/02/91) (France)
SYNODICAL COMMITTEES
Finance Committee
Joachim of Chalcedon, Chairman; Ieronymos of
Rhodopolis, Photios of Imvros and Tenedos, Germanos
of Tranoupolis.
ECUMENICAL PATRIARCHATE DIRECTORY
Auditing Committee
Evangelos of Perga, Chairman; Kallinikos of Lystra,
Athanasios of Heliopolis and Theira, Iakovos of Laodicea,
Demetrios of Sevasteia.
Trustee Committee for the Sacred Monastery of
the Holy Trinity on Halki
Joachim of Chalcedon, Chairman; Ieronymos of Rhodopolis,
Symeon of Pringiponisa, Kallinikos of Lystra, Germanos of
Tranoupolis, Theoklitos of Metra and Athyra; Grand
Archimandrite Athenagoras and Mr. George Tyrovoli,
Secretary-Member.
Canonical Committee
Joachim of Chalcedon, Chairman; Photios of Imvros and
Tenedos, Symeon of Pringiponisa, Gabriel of Koloneia,
Panteleimon of Tyroloes and Serentiou, Iakovos of Laodicea,
Meliton of Philadelphia; Gennadios of Sasima and the
Undersecretary of the Holy and Sacred Synod Deacon
Elpidophoros, Secretary.
Committee for Inter-Orthodox Affairs
Chrysostom of Ephesus, Chairman; Symeon of Pringiponisa,
Gabriel of Koloneia, Evangelos of Perga, Athanasios of
Heliopolis and Theira, Meliton of Philadelphia, Chrysostomos
of Myra, Professor Vasilios Stavrides, Archon Teacher of
Gospel; the Undersecretary of the Holy and Sacred Synod
Deacon Elpidophoros, Secretary.
Committee for Eparchies of the Throne Outside
(of Turkey) and Orthodox Missions
Joachim of Chalcedon, Chairman; Ieronymos of Rhodopolis,
Photios of Imvros and Tenedos, Symeon of Pringiponisa,
Kallinikos of Lystra, Germanos of Tranoupolis, Meliton of
Philadelphia, Ireneos of Myriophytos and Peristasis, Apostolos
of Moschonisia, the Codigraph (Scribe) of the Holy and Sacred
Synod, Maximos, Secretary.
Committee for Institutions of the Throne
Outside Turkey
Athanasios of Heliopolis and Theira, Chairman; Iakovos of
Laodicea, Meliton of Philadelphia, Demetrios of Sevasteia,
Ireneos of Myriophytos and Peristasis, The Defterevon Deacon
Stefanos, Secretary.
Committee for Inter-Christian Affairs
Athanasios of Heliopolis and Theira, Chairman; Kyrillos of
Seleucia, Meliton of Philadephia, Chrysostom of Myra;
Gennadios of Sasima, Professor Vasilios Stavrides; the
Undersecretary of the Holy and Sacred Synod Deacon
Elpidophoros, Secretary.
Committee for Dialogue with non-Chalcedonian
Churches
Chrysostom of Ephesus, Chairman; Symeon of Pringiponisa,
Gabriel of Koloneias,Theoklitos of Metra and Athyra, Iakovos
of Laodicea, Chrysostomos of Myra, Gennadios of Sasima,
Professor Vasilios Stavrides;The Grand Syngellos Nektarios,
Secretary.
Committee for Dialogue with the Roman
Catholic Church
Chrysostom of Ephesus, Chairman; Evangelos of Perga,
Athanasios of Heliopolis and Theira, Kyrillos of Seleucia,
Meliton of Philadelphia, Demetrios of Sevasteia, Apostolos of
Moschonisia, Gennadios of Sasima, Professor Vasilios
Stavrides, The Undersecretary of the Holy and Sacred Synod
Deacon Elpidophoros, Secretary.
Committee for Theological Studies
Chrysostom of Ephesus, Chairman; Constantine of Derkon,
Athanasios of Heliopolis and Theira, Chrysostomos of Myra,
Professor Vasilios Stavrides; Defterevon Deacon Stephanos,
Secretary.
Committee for the Holy Mountain (Mt. Athos)
Athanasios of Heliopolis and Theira, Chairman; Iakovos of
Laodicea, Meliton of Philadelphia, Demetrios of Sevasteia;
Grand Archimandrite Athenagoras, Secretary.
Committee for the Publication of the Periodical
“Orthodoxia”
Evangelos of Perga, Chairman; Constantine of Derkon,
Athanasios of Heliopolis and Theira; Demetrios of Sevasteia,
Editor-in-Chief; Grand Archimandrite Athenagoras, Secretary.
Committee for the Publication of the
Hemerologion of the Ecumenical Patriarchate
Iakovos of Laodicea,Chairman; Demetrios of Sevasteia,
Apostolos of Moschonisia,, Grand Archimandrite
Athenagoras, Secretary.
Committee for Spiritual Ministry
Kallinikos of Lystra, Chairman; Constantine of Derkon,
Germanos of Tranoupolis, Demetrios of Sevasteia, Ireneos of
Myriophytos and Peristasis,;Theoliptos of Ikonion,
Secretary,Member.
Committee for Monasteries
Joachim of Chalcedon, Chairman; Gabriel of Koloneia,
Kallinikos of Lystra, Demetrios of Sevasteia; Theoliptos of
Ikonion, Archon Protomaistor Aristeidis Pasadaios,
Secretary,Member.
Committee for Restoration, Maintenance
and Preservation of the Patriarchal Church
and Buildings
Joachim of Chalcedon, Chairman; Evangelos of Perga,
Athanasios of Heliopolis and Theira; Apostolos of
Moschonisia, Archon Protomaistor Aristeidis Pasadaios,
Secretary-Member.
Committee for Patriarchal Archives and Library
Symeon of Pringiponisa, Chairman; Evangelos of Perga,
Kallinikos of Lystra, Demetrios of Sevasteia; Theoliptos of
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ECUMENICAL PATRIARCHATE DIRECTORY
Ikonion,.The Grand Economos Meletios Sakkoulidis,
Secretary-Member.
Director: His Eminence, Metropolitan Demetrios of Sevasteia
Committee for the Skevophylakion
and Myrrhophylakion
Patriarchal Office
Director:……………..
A’ Secretary:………….
Athanasios of Heliopoleos and Theiron, Chairman; Kyrillos of
Selefkeias, Demetrios of Sevasteias, Theoliptos of Iokiou;
Megas Syngellos Nektarios, Secretary.
Secretaries: Mr. Paul Pantelaras, Miss Irene Demetrioglou,
Miss Fotene Zographopoulou, Miss Lora Ulik, Mr. Stavros
Rafaelidis, Mr. Chrysovalantis Tzavidis.
Committee for Holy Shrines
SECTION B: THE GREAT CHANCERY
Germanos of Tranoupolis, Chairman; Demetrios of Sevasteia;
Ireneos of Myriophytos and Peristasis, Secretary-Member.
1) The Great Chancery
(Tel. 011-90-212/525-2117, Fax 011-90-212/531-9014)
Chancellor: Metropolitan Theoliptos of Ikonion
2) The Great Archdiaconate
Archdeacon: The Defterevon Deacon Stefanos, Tel/Fax:
011-90-212- 531-9677. The Tritevon: ………., The
Deacon “In Order”: Benjamin; The Patriarchal Deacons:
Mr. Andreas and Mr. Neofytos.
3) Committee of the Patriarchal Ecclesiastical Center
Ireneos of Nyriophytos and Peristasis, Chrysostom of
Myra, Theoliptos of Ikaniou,Dionysios of Synadon, The
Grand Syngellos Nectarios,Secretary.
4) Registry
Director: Bishop Dionysios of Synadon; Secretaries:
Messrs. Athanasios Kortides, Panagiotis Ozkourkoutis
and Apostolos Poridis.
5) Turkish Office
Secretary: Mr. Antonios Stellias.
6) Archives
Archivist: The Economos Nicholas Petropelles, Secretaries:
John Stavridis,Petros Bazicarlo, Constantine Diakrousis,
Constantine Tsikakis, Vasilios Linardis, Nikolaos Saatsis
and Paraskevas Mais and Stylianos Mouchidis.
7) Patriarchal Library
Supervisor: The Grand Archimandrite Athenagoras, secretary, George Benlisi. Tel. and Fax 011-90-212-531.96.78.
8) Accounting and Bursary
Accountant: George Tyrovolos;
Treasurer: Constantine Diakrousis.
9) The Patriarchal Church
The Grand Archimandrite Athenagoras, The Grand
Syngellos Nectarios, The Grand Ecclesiarch Seraphim
Kandylis; Priests: ................., The Deacon “In Order”
Benjamin. The Patriarchal Deacons: Mr. Andreas and
Mr. Neofytos; The Archon Protopsaltis: Leonidas Asteris;
Archon Lambadarios: John Hariatidis; A’ Domestic:..
B’ Domestic:Mr. Stylianos Floikos.
Committee for Divine Worship
Evangelos of Perga, Chairman; Kallinikos of Lystra, Demetrios
of Sevasteia; Theoliptos, of Ikonion,The Archon Protopsaltis
Leonidas Asteris, Secretary-Member.
Committee for the Liturgical Kanonion
Evangelos of Perga,.Chairman; Meliton of Philadelphia,
Apostolos of Moschonisia; The Grand Economos Meletios
Sakkoulidis, Secretary-Member.
Committee for the Dialogue with Islam
Constantine of Derkon, Chairman Germanos of Theodoroupolis,
Dionysios of Synadon, The Grand Economos Meletios
Sakkoulidis; Secretary.
Committee for European Affairs
Joachim of Chalcedon,Chairman, Evangelos of Perga,
Gennadios of Sasima, Deacon Elpidoforos, Secretary.
Legal Counsel
Joachim of Chalcedon, Chairman; Vasilios Kalamaris, Esq,
Attorney.
Committee for Pensions and Medical Insurance
Joachim of Chalcedon, Chairman; Evangelos of Perga,
Germanos of Tranoupolis; George Tyrovolis, Secretary.
Committee on the Holdings of the
Ecumenical Patriarchate
Joachim of Chalcedon, Chairman; Evangelos of Perga,
Athanasios of Heliopolis and Theira, Meliton of Philadelphia;
Dionysios of Synadon, Secretary.
Synodical Office
(Tel. 011-90-212/525-5416, Fax: 011-90-2121/534-9037)
Chief Secretary: His Eminence, Metropolitan Meliton of
Philadelphia.
Undersecretary: Deacon Elpidophoros.
Fax: 011-90-2121/531.6533, E-mail: [email protected]
Codigraph (Scribe): Deacon Maximos.
The Personal Patriarchal Office
(Tel. 011-90-212/635-4501, Fax 011-90-212-525-6429)
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SECTION C:
THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CONSTANTINOPLE
This contains: 37 Communities, 28 Priests, 2 parish Deacons,
4 High Schools which are: The Great Patriarchal School of the
People, the Zographeon High School, The Central High School
for young women, The Zappeion High School for young
women, Elementary Schools 12, Soup Kitchens 10.
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His A.H. Patriarch Bartholomew is represented in the Greater
Region of His See through the below mentioned Hierarchical
Proïstamenoi:
A. DISTRICT OF STAVRODROMION
Episcopal Proïstamenos: His Eminence Metropolitan
Germanos of Tranoupolis.
B. DISTRICT OF TATAOULA
Episcopal Proïstamenos: His Eminence Metropolitan
Theoklitos of Metra and Athyra.
SECTION D:
SACRED METROPOLITANATES IN TURKEY
A) The Eparchy of Chalcedon
His Eminence Metropolitan Geron Joachim of Chalcedon,
Exarch Extraordinaire of All Bithynia. See - Chalcedon. Tel.
011-90-212/336-0401, Fax 337-0513. Mailing Address:
Bahariye Cad. 31 Kadikoy - Istanbul Turkiye. Deacons
Anthimos Eliades, Constantine Kayiandelen. Communities,
11; priests ,5;deacons,2 and one elementary school.
B) Eparchy of Imvros and Tenedos
C. DISTRICT OF BOSPORUS
Episcopal Proïstamenos: His Excellency Metropolitan Ireneos
of Myriophytos and Peristasis.
D. DISTRICT OF HYPSOMATHEIA
Episcopal Proïstamenos: His Eminence Metropolitan Kyrillos
of Seleucia
E. DISTRICT OF THE PHANAR-THE GOLDEN HORN
Episcopal Proistamenos: His Eminence Metropolitan Iakovos
of Laodicea.
Sacred Patriarchal & Stavropegial Monasteries:
a) The Life-Giving Fountain in Baloukli, b) Holy Trinity on Halki,
c) St. Spyridon on Halki, d) Transfiguration of Christ on Halki,
e) Transfiguration of the Christ on the Imperial Islands, f) St.
Nicholas on the Imperial Islands, (g) Transfiguration of Christ
of Antigone), h) St. George Koudouna of the Imperial Islands,
i) St. George Karypi of Antigone, j) Transfiguration of Christ of
Proti (convent), . St. George.
Holy Shrines: a) Dormition of the Theotokos of Vepha, b) St.
Therapon, c) St. Demetrios of Xerokreni, d) Holy Trinity of
Kozlou.
Metochia (Dependencies of the Orthodox Church): a) of the
All-Holy Sepulcher, honoring the name of St. George, in the
Phanar, Halki and Neochorion and b) of Holy Mount Sinai,
honoring the name of St. John the Forerunner in the Phanar.
Philoptochos Sisterhoods: 8.
Institutions: a)The Hospital of Baloukli, the Nursing Home and
Psychiatric Hospital, b) the Orphanage of the Imperial Islands
and c) Summer Retreat for Working Young Women Sacred
Monastery of the Transfiguration of Christ on the Island of
Proti and the Children Village.
Associations: a) Residents of the Old Age home of Baloukli,
b) Alumni of the Great School, c) Alumni of the Zographon,
d)Alumni of the Ioakimion, e) Alumni of the Zappeion,
f) Alumni of the Kentrikon, g) Friends of Music, h) Protection
of Poor and Sick Children, i) Educational Associations 3: 1)
The “Great Stream,”2) Sts. Constantine and Helen of
Hypsomatheia, 3) Educational and Artistic Association of
Pherikio, j) Athletic Associations 2: 1) Peran and Tatalouon,
and k) Theatrical Companies: The Amateur Theatrical
Company of Pherikio.
His Eminence Metropolitan Photios of Imvros and Tenedos,
Exarch Extraordinaire of the Aegean Sea. See - Panaghia of
Imvros. Tel. 011-90-286/887-30.42, Fax 887-35.35. Mailing
Address: Rum Metropolikhanesi, P.K.42,177 60 GokceadaCanakkale, Turkiye. Communities in Imvros: 11 and in Tenedos
1. Priests: in Imvros 11 and in Tenedos 1. The Philanthropic
and Educational Association of Imvrians in Constantinople.
C) Eparchy of Pringiponisa
His Eminence Metropolitan Symeon of Pringiponisa and
Exarch Extraordinaire of Propontos. See - Pringipos. Tel. 01190-216/382-74.73, Fax 382-73.72. Mailing Address:
Zagnos Pasa No. 25/3 Buyukada, Istanbul, Turkiye.
Communities 4, Priests 3, Elementary School 1.
D) Eparchy of Derkon
His Eminence Metropolitan Constantine of Derkon and Exarch
Extraordinaire of the Bosporus, Thrakikos and Kyaneoi. See
- Therapeia. Tel. 011-90-212/663-88.22, Fax 663-88.21.
Mailing Address: Istanbul Caddesi 80/10, 34.800 Yesilkoy,
Istanbul, Turkiye. Communities 5, Priests 3, Deacon
1,Elementary Schools 2.
SECTION E: ARCHDIOCESES AND
METROPOLITANATES OUTSIDE (OF TURKEY)
HOLY ARCHDIOCESE OF AMERICA
See - New York City. Archbishop: His Eminence Archbishop
Demetrios of America, Exarch Extraordinaire of the Atlantic
and Pacific Oceans. Mailing Address of the Main Offices in
New York: 8-10 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021.
Tel. (212) 570-3500, Fax (212) 570-3569.
http://www.goarch.org.
HOLY ARCHDIOCESE OF AUSTRALIA
See - Sydney. Archbishop: His Eminence Archbishop Stylianos
of Australia, Exarch Extraordinaire of All Oceana. Mailing
Address of the Main Offices in Sydney: 242 Cleveland Street,
Redfern Sydney N.S.W. 2016 Australia. Tel. +61-29698.5066 (4 lines), Fax +61-2-9698-5368.
http://cygnus.uwa.edu.au/~igra-psas/pages/index.hlm.
HOLY ARCHDIOCESE OF THYATEIRA
AND GREAT BRITAIN
See - London. Archbishop: His Eminence Archbishop
Gregorios of Thyateira and Great Britain and Exarch of
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Western Europe, Ireland, and Malta, and Emissary of the
Ecumenical Patriarchate to the Archdiocese of Canterbury
(Anglican Church). Mailing Address: His Eminence Archbishop
Gregorios of Thyateira and Great Britain, Thyateira House, 5
Graven Hill, London W2 3EN, England. Tel. +44-171723.47.87, Fax: +4-171-723.47.87.
HOLY METROPOLINATE OF FRANCE
Comprising France, Spain, Portugal, and the Canary Islands.
See - Paris. Metropolitan: His Eminence Metropolitan
Jeremiah of France and Exarch of All Iberia. Son Eminence le
Metropolite de France et Exarque d’Espagne et du Portugal
Mgr. Jeremie. Mailing Address: 7, Rue Georges Bizet, 75116
Paris, France. Tel. +33- (0) 1.472.082.35, Metropolitan: (0)
1.472.083.15 and (0) 1.470.218.22,
Fax: +33-(0) 1.468.305.68 and (0) 1.472.083.15.
HOLY METROPOLINATE OF GERMANY
See - Bonn. Metropolitan: His Eminence Metropolitan
Augustinos of Germany and Exarch of Central Europe.
Augoustinos Metropolit von Deutschland und Exarch von
Sentraleuropa. Address: Grieechisch - Orthodoxe Metropolie
von Deutschland Exarchat von Zentral - Europa,
Dietrich - Bonhoeffer Str. 3, D-5300 Bonn 3 (Beul).
Tel. +49-228/462.041 or 462.042, Fax: +49-228-464.989.
HOLY METROPOLINATE OF AUSTRIA
See - Vienna. Metropolitan: His Eminence Metropolitan
Michael of Austria and Exarch of Hungary and Mid-Europe.
Seine Eminenz Michael Triter Metropolit von Austria. Address:
Griechisch-Orientalische Metropolis von Austria-Exarchat von
Ungarn und Metteleuropa, 1010 Wien Fleischmarkt 13,
Austria. Tel. +43-1-533-38.89, Fax: +43-1-533.38.89.
HOLY METROPOLITANATE OF SWEDEN
AND ALL SCANDINAVIA
Comprising Sweden Norway, Denmark, Iceland. See Stockholm. Metropolitan: His Eminence Metropolitan Paulos
of Sweden and All Scandinavia and Exarch Extraordinaire of
Northern Lands. Metropolitan av Sverige och Scandinavian
Pavlos. Address; Grekisk-Orthodoxa Metropolitdomet, Birger
Jarlsgatan 92, 114 20, Stockholm, Sweden.
Tel. +46-8-612.34.81.
HOLY METROPOLINATE OF BELGIUM
See - Brussels. Metropolitan: His Eminence Metropolitan
Panteleimon of Belgium and Exarch Extraordinaire of the
Netherlands and Luxembourg. Mailing Address: Son
Eminence Metropolite Panteleimon, Archeveche Orthodoxe
Grec, Avenue Charbo 71-1030 Bruxelles, Belgique. Tel. +322-736.52.78, Fax: +32-2-735.32.64.
HOLY METROPOLINATE OF NEW ZEALAND
See - Wellington, New Zealand. Metropolitan: His Eminence
Metropolitan Dionysios of New Zealand and Exarch
Extraordinaire of Korea and Japan. Mailing Address: Greek
Orthodox Archdiocese N.Z. Exarchate of Korea and Japan,
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365 Broadway, Miramer, Wellington. Tel. +64-4-881.194,
Fax: +64-4-38.81.486.
HOLY METROPOLINATE OF SWITZERLAND
Comprising the Swiss Federation and the Principality of
Liechtenstein. See - Geneva. Metropolitan: His Eminence
Metropolitan Damaskinos of Switzerland and Exarch
Extraordinaire of Europe. Mailing Address: Archeveche de
Suisse 282, Route de Lausanne 282, CH-1292 Chambesy,
Geneve Suisse. Tel. +41-22-758.18.33 or 758-18.51,
Fax: +44-22-758.24.16.
HOLY METROPOLINATE OF ITALY
See - Venice. Metropolitan: His Eminence Metropolitan
Gennadios of Italy and Exarch Extraordinaire of Southern
Europe. Address: Castello 3422, Campo dei Greci, 30122
Venezia, Italia.
Tel. +39-41-52-39.569, Fax: +39-41-52.27.016.
HOLY METROPOLINATE OF TORONTO
AND ALL CANADA
See - Toronto. Metropolitan: His Eminence Metropolitan
Sotirios of Toronto and All Canada. Address: 1 Patriarch
Bartholomew Way, Toronto, Ontario M4H 1C6 CANADA.
Tel. (416) 429-5757, Fax: (416) 429-45.88.
HOLY METROPOLINATE OF BUENOS AIRES
AND SOUTH AMERICA
See - Buenos Aires. Metropolitan: His Eminence Metropolitan
Tarasios of Buenos Aires and South America. Address: Su
Excelencia Rev. Metropolita de Buenos Aires, Monsenor
Tarasios, Avenida Figueroa Alcorta 3187, 1425 Buenos Aires,
Argentina. Tel. 54-1-802.32.04, Fax: 54-1-801.01.27.
HOLY METROPOLINATE OF PANAMA
AND CENTRAL AMERICA
See - Panama City. Metropolitan: His Eminence Metropolitan
Athenagoras of Central America. Mailing address: His
Eminence Metropolitan Athenagoras of Panama, Agua
Caliente Esq.,Saratoga,Col.Lomas Hipodromo, Edo de
Mexico, C.P. 53900, Mexico. Tel: 525-294-4460, Fax: 525294-2678
HOLY METROPOLINATE OF HONG KONG
See - Hong Kong. Metropolitan: His Eminence Metropolitan
Nikitas of Hong Kong, Exarch Extraordinaire of India, The
Philippine Islands, Singapore and Indonesia. Address: His
Eminence Metropolitan Nikitas of Hong Kong and Southeast
Asia, 704 Universal Trade Center, 3 Arbuthnot Road, Central,
Hong Kong. Tel.: +852-2573.8328, Fax: +852- 2573.8379.
SECTION F: PATRIARCHAL MONASTERIES
AND INSTITUTIONS
1. The Patriarchal Exarchate of Patmos
The Patriarchal Exarchate of Patmos consists of the Island of
Patmos, which through the Venerable Patriarchal and
Synodical Act and the Statute 1155/81 of the Greek
Government was decreed to be a “Sacred Island”, Leipso,
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Agathonesion and Arkioi and are under the direct jurisdiction
of the Ecumenical Patriarchate.
The Sacred, Patriarchal and Stavropegial Monastery of St.
John the Theologian and Evangelist was founded at the end
of the Eleventh Century by our Righteous Father
Christodoulos of Latrinos, by the grant and bequest of the
Island of Patmos to him of the ever-memorable Emperor of
Byzantium Alexios Comnenos I, and which became one of the
most important centers of monasticism in the East throughout the Middle Ages.
Patriarchal Exarch and Hegumen of the Monastery,
Archimandrite Andipas Nikitaras. Mailing Address: Patmos
T.K. 855 00. Patriarchal Exarch: Tel: (0247) 31.223 and
34.132, Fax: 31.381. Secretary: Tel.: 31.223, Fax: 34.098.
Information: 31.398. E-mail: [email protected]
In the year 1988 (September 25 - 27) there was a PanOrthodox and Inter-Christian celebration of the 900th
anniversary of the founding of the Sacred Monastery with the
participation of the Greek Government.
Sacred Apocalypse: Thus is the Cave called, in which the
Evangelist John the Theologian received the vision and wrote
his prophetic book, “The Apocalypse” 1,900 years ago,
(95 A.D.-1995 A.D.)
Library of the Monastery: The renowned Library of the
Monastery, which contains approx. 1,000 manuscript codices
and about 5,000 printed books, was recently reorganized
and augmented with a modern photographic laboratory for
the microfilming of manuscripts with the best microfilm technique and the use of different secular scholars and students.
Librarian: Deacon Chrysostomos Florentis
(Tel. 31.203, Fax 32.095).
2) The Monastic Commonwealth of the Holy Mountain
a) The Peninsula of Athos, from the Great Guard and beyond,
is called the “Holy Mountain,” which is a self-regulating region
in the Greek State, whose sovereignty, nevertheless, remains
intact. From a spiritual perspective, the Holy Mountains falls
under the direct jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate.
Its area comprises of 389 sq. kms. Monasticism has been
present on the Holy Mountain since the 5th century in the
form of eremetical ascetics, or small groupings in remote
places of the Mountain, as well as a parallel secular presence
which persisted until the 8th century.
In the first decades of the 9th century Hagiorite Monasticism
entered a “new phase,” which is well attested to in the historical sources. The Mountain took on its own peculiar
monastic character, acquiring boundaries and an organized
administration with its seat at Karyes, where the Lavra, called
the “Great Middle,” was active around the year 940 A.D. Here
the “First” (“Protos”) of the Holy Mountain was situated, and
his foundation was called the “Protaton.”
In the 9th century, two important personalities inhabited the
Holy Mountain: St. Peter the Athonite, who had come to Athos
at the end of the 8th century, and St. Efthymios the New, who
founded a Lavra on the Holy Mountain around 860 A.D.
In 963 A.D. monastic life took on a new shape with the founding, by St. Athanasios, of the first Great Coenobium - the
Sacred Monastery of the Great Lavra. The financial and moral
support for this undertaking came from that preeminent
Emperor of Byzantium, Nikephoros Phocas, the friend and
spiritual son of St. Athanasios. The official organization of
monastic life on the Holy Mountain began with the issuance
of the Typikon of the Byzantine Emperor John Tsimiskis,
known by the name, “Tragos.”
After the establishment of the Great Lavra, the remainder of
the great monasteries were founded over the years, with the
assistance and blessing of the ever-memorable Byzantine
Emperors and Ecumenical Patriarchs, by saintly men and
remain until today, as the Imperial Chrysobulls and Patriarchal
Compacts witness.
Throughout the centuries, the Byzantine State and the
Ecumenical Patriarchate, in accordance with their efforts to
transmit Christianity to the peoples bordering the Empire,
permitted monks of different nationalities to dwell on the
Holy Mountain (especially there were Iberians, Slavs and
Rumanians) so that they might transmit in turn a deeper
understanding of the substance of Orthodoxy, and transplant
the Athonite way of life to their people. This explains the fact
that until this very day, there are non-Greek-speaking monasteries which continue to be nourished by the centuries-old
Athonite monastic tradition.
b) Civil Administrative Authorities of the Holy Mountain
Civil Administrator: Stavros Psycharis; Assistant
Administrator: Aristides Kasmiroglou, Attorney. Tel.
0377/61.230. Secretary:... Mailing Address: 630 86 Karyai
- Mount Athos. Tel. (0377) 23.230, 23.314, and 23.290.
c) Monastic Administrative Authorities of the Holy Mountain
The Ecclesiastical Administration, according to the
Constitutional Charter of the Holy Mountain regulates:
1) The Sacred Community
Seated in Karyes and composed of 20 Representatives of the
20 Sacred Monasteries of the Holy Mountain, the Holy
Community is selected every year by each Monastery for
annual service, replacing them at the beginning of each year.
The Church of the “Protaton” belongs to the Holy Community;
it is named in honor of the Dormition of the Theotokos and
was adorned throughout in 1290 by Panselinos.
2) The Sacred Epistasia (Supervisory Board)
The Sacred Epistasia represents an executive authority. The
20 Sacred Monasteries are divided into 5 groups of four
(Tetrads), each of which serves the Sacred Epistasia every
fifth year for one year, from June 1st until the end of May.
1st Tetrad: Lavra, Docheiariou, Xenophontos, and
Esphigmenou.
2nd Tetrad: Vatopedi, Koutloumousiou, Karakallou and
Stavronikita.
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3rd Tetrad: Iveron, Pantokratoros, Philotheou and Simonos
Petros.
4th Tetrad: Chiliandari, Xeropotamou, Agiou Pavlou and Osiou
Grigoriou.
5th Tetrad: Agiou Dionysiou, Zographou, Agiou Panteleimonos, and Konstamonitou.
The first in order from each Tetrad bears the title
“Proepistates” and is the chairman of the Sacred Epistasia
and holds the First Staff.
The Members of the Sacred Epistasia for the year 20012002 are: Protepistatis: Hieromonk Palamas I. M. Vatopedi;
Epistates: Hieromonk Gregorio I. M. Koutloumousiou, “Geron”
Andreas I. M. Karakallou, “Geron” Theodosios I.M.
Stavronikita.
Tel.: Protepistatis: (0377) 23.221; Epistetes: 23.711,
23.713.
Secretariat: Chief Secretary: Hieromonk Ioannis, Holy Kellion
of St. Apostols, Undersecretary: Hieromonk Kyriakos, Holy
Kellion of Zodochos Peghe, I.M. Great Lavra, Mr. Nicholaos
Triantafyllou and Mr. Evangellos Raptis.
Tel.: Chief Secretariat: (0377) 23.710. Undersecretary:
(0377) 23.224, Fax: 23.315.
d) The Patriarchal and Stavropegial Sacred Monasteries on
the Holy Mountain
1) GREAT LAVRA, founded 963, Coenobium, celebrated St.
Athanasios the Athonite (July 5), Hegumen, Archimandrite
Prodromos. Tel. 23.760, fax 23.761-2.
2) VATOPEDI, founded 972, Coenobium, celebrates the
Annunciation of the Theotokos (March 25), Hegumen,
Archimandrite Ephraim. Tel. 23.283.
3) IVERON, founded 972, Coenobium, celebrates the
Dormition of the Theotokos (August 15), Hegumen,
Archimandrite Vasilios. Tel. 23.248 and 23.643-6.
4) CHILIANDARI, founded 1197, Coenobium, celebrates the
Entry of the Theotokos (November 21), Hegumen, Archimandrite Moses. Tel. 23.797.
5) AGIOU DIONYSIOU, founded 1375, Coenobium, celebrates
the Nativity of the Forerunner (June 24), Hegumen,
Archimandrite Petros. Tel. 23.687-9, Fax: 236.86.
6) KOUTLOUMOUSIOU, founded at the end of the 13th
Century, Coenobium, celebrates the Transfiguration of the
Savior (August 6), Hegumen, Archimandrite Christodoulos.
Tel. 23.226.
7) PANTOKRATOR, founded 1363, Coenobium, celebrates the
Transfiguration of the Savior (August 6), Hegumen, Archimandrite Gabriel. Tel 23.253, Fax: 23.685.
8) XEROPOTAMOU, founded 10th Century, Coenobium, celebrates the Holy Forty Martyrs (March 9), Hegumen,
Archimandrite Joseph. Tel. 23.251, Fax: 23. 793.
His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew convenes a session of the interfaith meeting “The Peace of God
in the World” which was held in Brussels December 19-20, 2001. Approximately 80 religious leaders representing
Christianity, Judaism, and Islam participated in the conference organized by His All Holiness under the auspices of the
European Commission and its president Romano Prodi. The meeting was held in an effort to encourage more dialog and
collaboration among the three monotheistic religions in advocating increased tolerance and respect leading toward
peaceful coexistence.
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9) ZOGRAPHOU, founded 10th Century, Coenobium, celebrates St. George (April 23), Hegumen, Arch. Tel. 23.247.
10) DOCHEIARIOU, founded 10th Century, Coenobium, celebrates Synaxis of the Archangels (November 8), Hegumen,
Archimandrite Grigorios. Tel. 23.245.
Bishop in the Holy Mountain: Chrysostomos of Rodostolon
(22.04.1978); Address: Great Lavra Monastery T.K. 63086
Karyes, Mt. Athos
f) Sacred Patriarchal and Stavropegial Convent of the
Annunciation of the Theotokos in Ormylia, Chalkidiki
11) KARAKALLOU, founded end of 11th Century, Coenobium,
celebrates Sts. Peter and Paul (June 29), Hegumen,
Archimandrite Philotheos. Tel. 23.225.
Hegoumene: Nun Nikodema. 108 nuns, 9 dokimoi.
12) PHILOTHEOU, founded 990, Coenobium, celebrates the
Annunciation of the Theotokos (March 25), St. Kosma Aitolos
(August 24); Hegumen, Archimandrite Nikodemos. Tel.
23.256, Fax: 23.674.
3) The Sacred, Patriarchal and Stavropegial Monastery
in Chalkidiki of Saint Anastasia the Deliverer of Potions
13) SIMONOS PETROS, founded 1257, Coenobium, celebrates the Nativity of Christ (December 25), St. Maria the
Magdalene (July 22); Hegumen, Archimandrite Elissaios. Tel.:
23.254, 23.700, Fax: 23.707.
14) AGIOU PAVLOU, founded 10th Century, Coenobium, celebrates the Presentation of the Lord (February 2), Hegumen,
Archimandrite Parthenios. Tel. 23.208 and 23.609.
15) STAVRONIKITA, founded1541, Coenobium, celebrates
St. Nicholas (December 6), Hegumen, Archimandrite Tychon.
Tel. 23.255.
16) OSIOU XENOPHONTOS, founded 11th Century,
Coenobium, celebrates St. George (April 23), Hegumen,
Archimandrite Alexios. Tel. 23.249.
17) OSIOU GRIGORIOU, founded 1345, Coenobium, celebrates St. Nicholas (December 6), Hegumen, Archimandrite
George. Tel. 23.218.
18) ESPHIGMENOU, founded 11th Century, Coenobium,
because of the existing anomaly in this monastery’s spiritual condition, making it schismatic, it is not recognized by the
Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Holy Community and thus
being in conflict, its status remains uncertain according to the
Ecumenical Patriarchate pending the correction of its anomalous condition; celebrates the Ascension of the Lord,
Hegumen. Tel. 23.796
19) AGIOU PANTELEIMONOS, founded beginning of 10th
Century, Coenobium, celebrates St. Panteleimon (July 27),
Hegumen, Archimandrite Jeremiah. tel. 23.252.
20) KONSTAMONITOU, founded 11th Century, Coenobium,
celebrates St. Stephen (December 27), Hegumen,
Archimandrite Agathon. Tel. 23.228.
e) Ecclesiastical Academy of Athos
The Ecclesiastical Academy of Athos was founded by the
Brethren of the Vatopedi Monastery in their region as the
“Preparatory School for Greek Studies, Culture and Teaching
of Every Kind in the Rational Philosophies and Theological
Sciences.” In 1753, the “Teacher” was Evgenios Voulgaris,
during whose tenure the School reached its zenith. In 1813,
the School was moved to its current location at Karyes.
Scholarch:……………..
Economos for the Sacred Convent: Hieromonk Serapion.
Address: 630 71 Ormylia, Chalkidiki. Tel. 011-30371/41.278.
The Monastery was founded by the Empress Theophano in
the year 888 during the Patriarchate of St. Photios the Great.
The Hegumen is His Eminence Metropolitan Apostolos of
Miletos (03/11/85). Tel. 0396/22.440, 22.661, 22.341, fax
22.662. 15 Monks.The Monastery houses the precious
“Kara” (skull) of St. Anastasia, the incorrupt Relics of St.
Theonas, the Hegumen of the Monastery and Metropolitan
of Thessaloniki (1520), a portion of the Precious Cross, the
gift of the Empress Theophano and many other relics.
Address: 570 06 Vasilika, Chalkidiki.
4) The Sacred, Patriarchal and Stavropegial Monastery
of Vlatadon
(A Coenobium from 11th Century), Feasts on August 6 and
June 29.
Hegumen: His Eminence Metropolitan Panteleimon of Tyroloi
and Serention. 8 monks. Address: The Sacred Patriarchal
and Stavropegial Monastery of Vlatadon, 64 Eptapyrgiou, 546
34 Thessalonika. Tel.: Office: (031) 209-913, Guest Room:
247-492, Book Store: 246-357. Fax 246-349.
5) The Patriarchal Institute for Pastristic Studies
This scientific institute was established in accordance with
the Patriarchal and Synodical Congress of 1965 and has
operated since 1968. The Institute holds a special place in
the Holy Patriarchal and Stavropegial Monastery of Vlatadon
at the Acropolis (center of Thessalonica).
Mailing address: Patriarchal Institute for Patristic Studies,
Holy Monastery of Vlatadon, 64, Eptapyrgion street, 546 34
Thessalonica.
Director’s tel: (031) 203-620, Fax, 203-620, Secretary’s:
202-301, Archives: 202-302.
6) The Sacred, Patriarchal and Stavropegial Monastery
of the Honorable Forerunner in Essex, England (1965)
Address: The Old Rectory, Tolleshunt Knights, By Maldon,
ESSEX CM9-8EZ, England. Tel. 0621/816.471. Hegumen,
Archimandrite Kyrillos. Monahoi and Monahai 12.
7) The Sacred Patriarchal and Stavropegial Monastery of
the Entry of the Theotokos in Alabama, USA
Address: Malbis Plantation, Darphne, Alabama, USA
8) The Sacred Patriarchal and Stavropegial Monastey of
St. Irene Chrysovalantou
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ECUMENICAL PATRIARCHATE DIRECTORY
Address: 3604 23rd Avenue,Astoria,NY 11105-1916
Tel (718) 626-6255 Fax: (718)626-7669
10) Institute for Master Degree in Orthodox Theological
Studies
8) The Patriarchal and Stavropegial and Orthodox Center
of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Chambesy, Geneva
The Institute for Post-Graduate Studies in Orthodox Theology
was established as an independent academic authority at
the Orthodox Center of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in
Chambesy Geneva. and has operated since the 1997-1998
academic year in cooperation with the Roman Catholic
Theological School of the University in Frivourgon and the
Protestant Theological School of the University in Chambesy.
Dean of the Institute: His Eminence Metropolitan Dr.
Damaskinos (Papandreou) of Switzerland.
The Orthodox Center of the Ecumenical Patriarchate was
established in June of 1966. The work of the Center, according to the Patriarchal and Synodical Tome of Establishment
consists of: serving as an information source for the Christian
West, particularly Western Europe, concerning Orthodox worship and Orthodox doctrine, tradition and theology; serving as
a place of study of the theology and spiritual life of other
Christian Churches and Confessions; facilitating contacts
between local Orthodox Churches and in this way advancing
the cause of orthodox unity; advancing the spirit of ecumenism through good relations of Orthodoxy with other
Christian Churches and Confessions for the advancement of
the cause of inter-Christian unity.
Proistamenos of the Orthodox Center: Mega Protopresbyter
Dr. George Tsetsis.
Mailing Address: Institut de Theologie Orthodox d’ Etudes
Superieures, Centre Orthodoxe du Patriarcat Oecumenique,
37, chemin de Chambesy, CH-1292, Chambesy - Suisse. Tel.
+ 41-22-/758.9864, Fax 758-9895.
11) Permanent Patriarchal Representation at the World
Council of Churches
Patriarchal Representative to the World Council of Churches,
V. Rev. Archimandrite Benedict Ioannou. Address: c/o Conseil
Oecumenique des Eglises, 150 route de Ferney, P.O. Box
2100, 1211 Geneve 2, Suisse. Tel. 01141-22-791.61.11
Telex 415 730 Oik. CH. Fax: 791-03-61.
12) Patriarchal Institution for Orthodox Missionary Work
in the Far East
Mailing Address: Eleftherios Venizelos 59A, 155 62, Holargos
Attikis, Greece. Postal Window 31.563, Greece 100.35,
Athens. Tel. 011/301/639.48.47. Fax 011/301/600.89.41.
9) Secretariat Committee for the Preparation of the Holy
and Great Synod of Orthodox Church
13) The Order of “Panaghia Pammakaristos,” Archons of
the Holy and Great Church of Christ
The Secretariat Committee for the preparation of the Holy and
Great synod of the orthodox Church is located at the Orthodox
Center of the Ecumenical patriarchate in Chambesy. The
Director Committee: His Eminence Metropolitan Damaskinos
of Switzerland, Mailing address: Centre Orthodoxe du
Patriacat Oecumenique, 37 Chemin de Chambesy. CH-1292
Chambesy - Suisse.
The Order of “Panaghia Pammakaristos” was established by
His All Holiness, Ecumenical Patriarch BARTHOLOMEW, in
Greece on November 19, 1991, and parallels the Order of St.
Andrew here in the Americas. Mailing Address: Timiou Basou
10, P.O. Box 115.21, Athens Greece. Tel. 011-30164.30.321.
14) The Patriarchal Orthodox Institute at Berkeley, USA
Mailing Address: 2309 Hearst Avenue, Berkeley, California
94709, USA. Tel 510-649-2450, fax 510-841-6605.
Pope John Paul welcomes Bishop Dimitrios of Xanthos, a member of the
Patriarchal Delegation, on the occasion of the Feast Day of SS. Peter and Paul.
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ARCHDIOCESE OF AMERICA
His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios
Primate of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
Exarch of Atlantic and Pacific Oceans
Chairman of the Holy Synod of Bishops
Consecrated as Bishop September 17, 1967
Elevated to Metropolitan August 20, 1991
Enthroned as Archbishop of America
September 18, 1999
Nameday: October 26
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HOLY EPARCHIAL SYNOD
PRESIDENT
His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios
Primate of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
MEMBERS
His Eminence Metropolitan Iakovos of Krinis
Presiding Hierarch of the Diocese of Chicago
His Eminence Metropolitan Anthony of
Dardanelles
Presiding Hierarch of the Diocese of San Francisco
His Eminence Metropolitan Maximos of Ainou
Presiding Hierarch of the Diocese of Pittsburgh
His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios
of Aneon
Presiding Hierarch of the Diocese of Boston
His Eminence Metropolitan Isaiah of
Proikonisos
Presiding Hierarch of the Diocese of Denver
His Grace Bishop Alexios
Diocese of Atlanta
His Grace Bishop Nicholas
Diocese of Detroit
His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios
Locum Tenens for the Diocese of New Jersey
His Grace Bishop Gerasimos of Krateia
Chief Secretary
Holy Eparchial Synod 2001
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DIRECT ARCHDIOCESAN DISTRICT
His Eminence
Archbishop
Demetrios of America
Presiding Hierarch
Direct Archdiocesan
District
Direct Archdiocesan District
10 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021
Tel.: (212) 570-3500 Fax: (212) 570-3569
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.goarch.org
The Direct Archdiocesan District based in New York City,
is composed of the parishes in the greater New York areas,
the northern suburbs and upstate New York, all of Long
Island, the western half of Connecticut and Washington,
DC. The District is under the direct authority, supervision,
and pastoral care of the Archbishop.
NEW YORK STATE
Manhattan
Holy Trinity
(Archdiocesan
Cathedral)
Annunciation
SS. Anargyroi
St. Barbara
St. Eleftherios
St. George St. Demetrios
St. George
Tropeoforos
St. Gerasimos
St. John the Baptist
St. Nicholas
St. Spyridon
Bronx
Zoodohos Peghe
Kingsbridge &
Riverdale
Community
Brooklyn
Holy Cross
Kimissis Tis
Theotokou
SS Constantine
& Helen
Three Hierarchs
Staten Island
Chancellor:
Bishop Savas of Troas
Email: [email protected]
Assistant Chancellor: Rev. Fr. Michael T. Kontogiorgis
Email: [email protected]
Clergy Syndesmos:
Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Gratsias
Philoptochos:
Mrs. Stella Capiris
Presvyteres
Sisterhood:
Presvytera Anne Makris
Registrar:
Rev. Fr. Michael T. Kontogiorgis
Email: [email protected]
Holy TrinitySt. Nicholas
Queens
Astoria
St. Demetrios
Cathedral
St. Catherine St. George
SS Constantine
& Helen
Corona
Flushing
Jackson Heights
Jamaica
Whitestone
Long Island
YAL Diocese
Coordinator:
Effie Tzenevrakis
Youth Ministry:
Mr. George Hazlaris
Blue Point
Glen Cove
Greenlawn
Hempstead
Hicksville
Island Park
Merrick
Mattituck
Port Jefferson
Roslyn Heights
Southhampton
Wantagh
West Babylon
Westchester County
Middletown
New Rochelle
Rye
Yonkers
Upstate New York
Albany
Garrison
Kingston
Newburgh
Poughkeepsie
Schenectady
Troy
West Nyack
Windham
CONNECTICUT
Ansonia
Bridgeport
Bristol
Danbury
Hartford
New Britain
New Haven
Norwalk
Orange
Stamford
Annunciation
Archangels
Storrs
Waterbury
DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA
Washington, DC
Saint Sophia
SS. Constantine
& Helen
MONASTIC
COMMUNITY
Roscoe, NY
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DIOCESE OF CHICAGO
His Eminence
Metropolitan Iakovos
of Krinis
Presiding Hierarch
Diocese of Chicago
The Annunciation
Nameday: October 23rd
Consecration: Dec 25, 1969
Enthronement: May 1, 1979
Rev. Fr. Samuel Sherry
ILLINOIS
Chicago
Annunciation
(Cathedral)
Assumption
Holy Trinity
St. Andrew
St. Basil
St. Demetrios
St. George
Aurora
Champaign
Decatur
DeKalb
Des Plaines
East Moline
Elgin
Elmhurst
Glenview
Hegewisch
Joliet
Justice
Kankakee
Lincolnshire
Niles
Oak Lawn
Olympia Fields
Palatine
Palos Heights
Palos Hills
Peoria
Rockford
Rock Island
Springfield
Swansea
Waukegan
Westchester
Harold A. Peponis
Mary Ann Bissias
“The Hour of Hope”
Faye Peponis
Email: [email protected]
INDIANA
Hammond
Merrillville
Schererville
South Bend
Valparaiso
Greek Orthodox Diocese of Chicago
40 E. Burton Place, Chicago, IL 60610-1697
Tel.: (312) 337-4130 • Fax: (312) 337-9391
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.chicago.goarch.org
Chancellor:
Secretary to the
Spiritual Court:
Secretary:
Registry:
Community Affairs:
Clergy Syndesmos:
Youth Director:
Religious Education:
Bishop’s Task Force
on AIDS:
Presvyteres Sisterhood:
Diocesan Council:
Summer Camp FANARI:
Greek Education:
Orthodox Missions:
Choir Federation:
Logos:
Pan Orthodox
Clergy Association:
Regional Archon
Commander:
Philoptochos:
Radio Program:
Internet Team Leader:
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V. Rev. Fr.
Demetri C. Kantzavelos
Rev. Fr. Constantine Botsis
Aphrodite (Faye) Peponis
Peter J. Sarolas
Rev. Fr. E. Kyprianos Bouboutsis
V. Rev. Timothy Bakakos
Rev. Dea. Andrew Georganas
Rev. Fr. William Chiganos
V. Rev. Fr.
Demetri C. Kantzavelos
Presvytera Anastasia Jonas
Andrew A. Athens
Rev. Fr. William Chiganos
Maria Hatzinakos-Litsas
Rev. Fr. James Dokos
Nikias Paloumpis
Thomas N. Kanelos
IOWA
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Mason City
Sioux City
Waterloo
MINNESOTA
Duluth
Minneapolis
Rochester
St. Paul
MISSOURI
St. Louis
Town & Country
WISCONSIN
Appleton
Fond du Lac
Madison
Milwaukee
Annunciation
SS. Constantine
and Helen
Racine
Sheboygan
MONASTIC
COMMUNITIES
Kenosha, WI
Harvard, IL
DIOCESE OF CHICAGO
Diocese of Chicago Junior Olympics
“...If anyone competes as an athlete, he does not win the
prize unless he competes according to the rules... Remember
therefore Jesus Christ, risen from the dead...”
(2 Timothy 2:5-8) Jr. Olympic Spiritual Charge
In 1982, Fr. Kosmas Karavellas, former assistant pastor of
SS. Constantine & Helen Church in Palos Hills, Illinois and
Metropolitan (then Bishop) lakovos of Chicago inaugurated
The Greek Orthodox Diocese of Chicago Junior Olympics. This
annual event, now under the direction of Fr. Nicholas W.
Jonas, brings teens and preteens together to enhance the
spirit of Christian Athletic Fellowship. Since its inception, the
Junior Olympics continues to be hosted annually by the community of SS. Constantine & Helen in Palos Hills, Illinois at
the church complex and the neighboring facilities of A.A.
Stagg High School and Moraine Valley Community College. On
Memorial Day weekend over two thousand youth, ages 7-18,
from over 37 parishes, representing the six mid-western
states of the Diocese of Chicago; Illinois, Missouri, Indiana,
Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, participate in a conglomeration of individual and team athletic events.
Participants compete in several different sporting events on
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, including basketball, volleyball,
soccer, tennis, softball, track and field, 10K run, swimming,
chess and checkers, table tennis, and bowling. Moreover,
several different collegiate scholarships, totaling $2000.00,
are presented on behalf of the Junior Olympics to athletes
showing a strong spiritual life, academic record, community
involvement and writing skills.
On May 25, 2001 the Diocese of Chicago Junior Olympics
celebrated its 20th Anniversary. Stewardship contributions of
the participating parishes, various individuals, organizations,
and businesses as well as the hard work of each and every
volunteer have made this event such a success for twenty
years. Each year a particular project or organization that
involves either the Greek Orthodox community or the greater
community at large is highlighted, such as the Kosta Z
Foundation, Saint Basil’s Academy in Garrison, New York,
Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program, The Greater
Chicago Food Depository, and the Teen Living Program for
Runaway Youths.
The bonds that have been created by those who have
participated in the Junior Olympics remain strong, as former
participants bring their own children to participate in this annual
event that builds friendships that last a lifetime. All athletes
involved can go back to their parishes and homes knowing
they gave their best, not only for themselves and their teammates, but also for the Glory of God and His Church.
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DIOCESE OF SAN FRANCISCO
His Eminence
Metropolitan Anthony
of the Dardanelles
Presiding Bishop
Diocese of
San Francisco
Nameday: January 17
Consecration: May 21, 1978
Enthronement: June 7, 1979
Greek Orthodox Diocese of San Francisco
372 Santa Clara Avenue,
San Francisco, CA 94127
Tel.: (415) 753-3075 • Fax: (415) 753-1165
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Page: www.sf.goarch.org
Chancellor:
Rev. Fr. Paul Schroeder
[email protected]
Registrar/
Bookkeeper:
Presvytera Aliki Kyriacou
Clergy Syndesmos:
Rev. Stephen Kyriacou
Diocesan Council
President:
Theofanis Economidis
Choir Federation:
Kristen Bruskas
[email protected]
Religious Education: Eve Tibbs
Greek Education:
Helen Dumas
Regional Archon
Commanders:
George P. Kokalis
James S. Counelis
Philoptochos:
Loula Anaston
Presvyteres
Sisterhood:
Presvytera Georgia Magoulias
Commission on
Orthodox Missions
and Evangelism:
Katherine Lingas
Minister of Music:
Tikey A. Zes
Diocesan Voice:
Rev. Peter Salmas
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CALIFORNIA
Anaheim
Bakersfield
Belmont
Camarillo
Cardiff by the Sea
Castro Valley
Claremont
Colton
Concord
Covina
Downey
El Cajon
Elk Grove
Fresno
Ignacio
Irvine
Lancaster
Long Beach
Los Angeles
(Cathedral)
Modesto
Northridge
Oakland
Palm Desert
Pasadena
Redding
Redondo Beach
Roseville
Sacramento
Salinas
San Bernardino
San Diego
San Francisco
Annunciation
(Cathedral Seat)
Holy Trinity
San Jose
St. Basil
St. Nicholas
San Luis Obispo
Santa Barbara
Santa Cruz
Stockton
Upland
Vallejo
ALASKA
Anchorage
ARIZONA
Chandler
Flagstaff
Peoria
Phoenix
(Cathedral)
Scottsdale
Tucson
HAWAII
Honolulu
(Cathedral)
Maui
NEVADA
Ely
Las Vegas
McGill
Reno
OREGON
Beaverton
Eugene
Portland
WASHINGTON
Bellingham
Pasco
Seattle
Assumption
St. Demetrios
North Seattle
Mission
Spokane
Tacoma
Walla Walla
MONASTIC
COMMUNITIES
Florence, AZ
Dunlap, CA
Goldendale, WA
DIOCESE OF SAN FRANCISCO
MONASTERIES
The Diocese of San Francisco is home to three vibrant and
thriving monastic communities. The Monastery of the
Theotokos the Living Spring (for women) was founded in
1993 in the Sierra-Nevada foothills near Dunlap, California,
and adjacent to St. Nicholas Ranch. The exquisite Byzantine
katholikon (monastery church) is now nearly completed, and
we are currently laboring to finish the kelia (monastic cells).
The monastery of St. Anthony (for men) was founded in
1995 in the Sonora Desert near Florence, Arizona. The
“miracle in the desert,” St. Anthony Monastery has grown
explosively to become one of the largest Orthodox monasteries in the western hemisphere. The Monastery of St.
John the Forerunner (for women) was founded in 1995 in a
beautiful mountain setting in Goldendale, Washington.
CAMPS AND RETREAT CENTERS
Interior of the Katholikon Monastery of the Theotokos
the Living Spring, Dunlap, California
The Diocese of San Francisco operates four beautiful camp
and retreat facilities. St. Nicholas Ranch and Retreat Center
was founded in 1980 in the Sierra Nevada foothills near
Dunlap, California. From its humble beginnings with
“a nickel and a nail,” it has grown to become one of the
premiere retreat and conference centers on the west coast.
Camp Angelos was founded in 1977 in a beautiful wilderness setting on the Sandy River near Portland, Oregon. All
Saints Camp and Retreat Center was founded in 1980 on
Raft Island near Gig Harbor, Washington; its waterfront
facilities feature a wide variety of water sports and activities.
St. Sophia Camp and Retreat Center was founded in 1962 in
the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains. In addition to
year-round camping, retreats, and activities, the Diocese
camps also feature special programs such as “Kids ‘n’
Cancer” for children with cancer and their families, and
“Camp AXIOS” for inner-city youth.
CLERGY LAITY CONGRESS
The interior of St. Sophia Cathedral, Los Angeles,
where the Ecumenical Doxology of the 2002
Clergy-Laity Congress will occur
From June 30-July 4, 2002, the Diocese of San Francisco
will host the 36th Biennial Clergy-Laity Congress in Los
Angeles, California. Our hope is to recapture something of
the freshness and vitality of earlier Congresses, while at the
same time remaining faithful to the pioneering spirit which
has always characterized the western frontier of this great
nation. The official theme of the Congress is “Offering our
Orthodox Faith to Contemporary America,” based on John
20:21, “As the Father has sent Me, so I send you.” As
members of the Body of Christ, we are charged and empowered to engage the world in a dynamic movement of witness
(marturiva) and service (diakoniva), communicating our faith
with the same boldness and creativity which characterized
the Fathers of the Church in their own time and place.
We look forward to welcoming you to Los Angeles on
June 30, 2002!
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DIOCESE OF PITTSBURGH
His Eminence
Metropolitan Maximos
of Ainou
Presiding Hierarch
Diocese of Pittsburgh
St. Photios
Nameday: January 21
Consecration: June 18, 1978
Enthronement: April 27, 1979
Greek Orthodox Diocese of Pittsburgh
5201 Ellsworth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
Tel.: (412) 621-5529
Fax (412) 621-1522
Website: www.odpgh.com
Chancellor:
Executive
Secretary:
Administrative
Assistant:
Registrar:
Stewards of
St. Photios:
Religious Education:
Youth Ministries:
Regional Archon
Commander:
Philoptochos:
Choir Federation:
Syndesmos:
Youth Commission:
Greek Education:
Special Ministries:
Monastery Adelfato:
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Fr. John G. Panagiotou
Angela Bowling
Alexandra Kemrer
Patricia Patsakis
Fr. John G. Panagiotou
George J. Omiros
Phyllis Onest
Vasie-Leigh Chames
Peter J. Zikos
Harriet Matthews
Mary Ameredes
Fr. Costas Keares
Fr. Frank Milanese
Damon Halkias
Maria Stamoolis
Fr. Gregory C. Wingenbach
Fr. John Chakos
Fr. George Bartz
Pennsylvania:
Aliquippa
Altoona
Ambridge
Bethlehem
Camp Hill
Canonsburg
Clairton
East Pittsburgh
Easton
Erie
Farrell
Johnstown
Lancaster
McKeesport
Monessen
New Castle
New Kensington
Oakmont
Reading
Scranton
Stroudsburg
Vandergrift
Wilkes-Barre
York
Ohio:
Akron
Campbell
Canton
Cleveland
Cleveland Heights
Columbus
Lorain
Mansfield
Martins Ferry
Massillon
North Royalton
Rocky River
Steubenville
Warren
Youngstown
West Virginia:
Charleston
Clarksburg
Huntington
Morgantown
Weirton
Wheeling
Monastic
Communities:
Perrysville, OH
Saxonburg, PA
Weatherly, PA
Galion, OH
Cleveland, OH
Summer Camp
Program:
Butler, PA
Mercer, PA
DIOCESE OF PITTSBURGH
His Eminence Metropolitan MAXIMOS has a
vision which is currently in the process of becoming a reality. This vision is the creation and
development of a permanent summer camp for
the youth of the Greek Orthodox Diocese of
Pittsburgh. The multi-phase plan is entitled the
Mt. Tabor Center Project.
This camp will provide the facilities to enhance
and expand the youth program of the Diocese
which has flourished for the last 20 years. In
having a camp of its own, the Youth Program will
be able to expand its activities for the children of
JOY and GOYA throughout the year.
The site of the camp is a 107 acre piece of pristine property near Butler, Pennsylvania, adjacent
to Moraine State Park. On this land, it is hoped
that a camp will meet the needs of future generations of campers so that they may enjoy the
great outdoors within a Greek Orthodox ethos.
In addition to camp in the summer, the facility
could be used for retreats and other events such
as Diocesan Assembly and conferences throughout the year. The idea and goal is to make this a
multi-purpose facility which can benefit not only
our youth, but all members of the Church. This
can be a center where people may come for
inspiration, relaxation and worship.
The Diocese maintains a deep involvement in
ecumenical affairs with its participation in Christian
Associates of Southwestern Pennsylvania and the
Christian Leaders’ Fellowship of Pittsburgh which
hosts a monthly prayer breakfast. The Metropolitan presides as the Orthodox chairman over
the SCOBA dialogues with the Roman Catholics,
Lutherans, and Episcopalians (Anglicans).
“The Illuminator” is the newspaper of the
Diocese of Pittsburgh. It has a circulation of
13,500 households. It is how in its 21st year
of publication and it is the only diocesan
newspaper of the Greek Archdiocese with the
exception of “The Orthodox Observer”.
Metropolitan Maximos enjoys a day with Diocesan campers.
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DIOCESE OF BOSTON
His Eminence
Metropolitan
Methodios of Aneon
Presiding Hierarch
Diocese of Boston
Nameday: June 14
Consecration: July 18, 1982
Enthronement: April 8, 1984
Greek Orthodox Diocese of Boston
162 Goddard Avenue, Brookline, MA 02445
Tel.: (617) 277-4742 • Fax: (617) 739-9229
Email: [email protected] or
[email protected]
Web: www.boston.goarch.org
Chancellor:
Rev. Fr. Athanasios Demos
Camp and
Retreat Center:
Michael Sintros
Administrative
Secretary:
Sophia Nibi
Registry and
Campus Ministry:
Panagiotis Psillos
Clergy Syndesmos:
Rev. Fr. Christopher Foustoukos
Youth Director:
Philippe Mousis
Religious Education: Rev. Fr. Andrew George
Greek Education:
Rev. Fr. Vasilios Bebis
Rev. Fr. Constantine Xanthakis
Choir Federation:
Steven Karidoyanes
Regional Archon
Commander:
Gregory Demetrakas
Philoptochos:
Merope Kapstanakis
Summer Camp:
Philippe Mousis
Philoxenia House:
Sophia Nibi
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St. Andrew
MASSACHUSETTS
Andover
Arlington
Boston
Annunciation
(Cathedral)
St. John
Brockton
Cambridge
Chicopee Falls
Clinton
Cohasset
East Longmeadow
Fall River
Fitchburg
Haverhill
Holyoke
Hyannis / Centerville
Ipswich
Lexington
Lynn
Lowell
Assumption
Holy Trinity
St. George
Transfiguration
Mansfield
Marlboro
New Bedford
Newburyport
Peabody
Pittsfield
Quincy
Roslindale
Somerville
Southbridge
Springfield
Watertown
Webster
Weston
Woburn
Worcester
CONNECTICUT
Danielson
Enfield
New London
Norwich
MAINE
Bangor
Biddeford
Lewiston
Portland
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Concord
Dover
Franklin
Keene
Laconia
Nashua
Manchester
Assumption
St. George
St. Nicholas
Newport
Portsmouth
Somersworth
RHODE ISLAND
Cranston
Newport
Pawtucket
VERMONT
Burlington
Rutland
DIOCESE OF BOSTON
PHILOXENIA HOUSE
The PHILOXENIA HOUSE is the centerpiece
of the Philanthropic Ministry of the Diocese
of Boston. A tribute to inspired leadership and
volunteerism, this ministry began in 1986 by
Metropolitan Methodios. It offers room and board
to those who come to Boston for medical treatment and cannot afford hotel living. Metropolitan
Methodios was able to convert a four bedroom
house on the grounds of Hellenic College/Holy
Cross to a Home of Hope. Today PHILOXENIA
HOUSE has 11 bedrooms, seven and a half baths,
two living rooms, a dining room and a kitchen.
Metropolitan Methodios administers the PHILOXENIA HOUSE from the Diocese. He is assisted by
the Philoptochos Women of the Diocese and
many faithful volunteers from throughout New
England. Financially, the ministry is enthusiastically supported by all the Philoptochos Chapters,
organizations, and individuals throughout the
Diocese. Gerasimos Vassilopoulos, a philanthropist in Greece, is among the benefactors of
this ministry.
Guests to the PHILOXENIA HOUSE come mainly
from Greece and Cyprus, but also from South
Africa, Germany, Brazil, Egypt, Russia, Serbia,
Bulgaria, Romania and from throughout America. Patients are infants and children; young
adults and senior citizens; and everyone in
between. They are liver and kidney transplant
patients; premature infants who are blind; adults
and youngsters suffering from cancer; cardiac
patients; burn victims; victims of deformities
and of accidents; youngsters and adults with
multiple sclerosis, and patients with various other
catastrophic illnesses.
Metropolitan Methodios comforts a young patient.
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DIOCESE OF DENVER
His Eminence
Metropolitan Isaiah
of Proikonisos
Presiding Hierarch
Diocese of Denver
Nameday: May 9
Consecration: May 25,1986
Enthronement: Sept. 10,1992
Greek Orthodox Diocese of Denver
4610 East Alameda Avenue, Suite D1
Denver, Colorado 80246-1301
Tel.: (303) 333-7794
Fax: (303) 333-7796
Email: [email protected]
Web site: www.denver.goarch.org
Chancellor:
Rev. Protopresbyter
Luke Uhl
Email: [email protected]
Youth Director:
Paul Zaharas
Email: [email protected]
Secretary:
Presvytera Ruth Uhl
Email: [email protected]
Clergy Syndesmos:
Rev. Bill Christ
Email: [email protected]
Religious Education: Irene Cassis
Email: [email protected]
Greek Education:
John Sofos
Email: [email protected]
Choir Federation:
Logos Director:
Regional Archon
Commander:
Pam Cramer
Michael S. Johnson
Dr. Nicholas Mamalis
E-Mail:
[email protected]
Diocese Philoptochos: Elaine Cladis
Pantokrator Icon
COLORADO
SOUTH DAKOTA
Boulder
Sioux Falls
Colorado Springs
TEXAS
Craig
Denver
Amarillo
(Cathedral)
Austin
Hot Sulphur Springs
Corpus Christi
(Chapel)
Dallas
Grand Junction
El Paso
Greenwood Village
Euless
Pueblo
Fort Worth
Galveston
IDAHO
Houston:
Annunciation
Boise
(Proto-Cathedral)
Pocatello
Saint Basil the Great
KANSAS
Lubbock
Port Arthur
Overland Park
San Angelo
Wichita
Assumption
LOUISIANA
Saint Athanasios
San Antonio
Shreveport
Waco
MISSOURI
Webster
Wichita Falls
Kansas City
MONTANA
Great Falls
Missoula
NEBRASKA
Bayard
Grand Island
Lincoln
Omaha
NEW MEXICO
Albuquerque
Santa Fe
E-mail: [email protected]
Sisterhood of
Presvyteres:
Internet
Team Leader:
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Presvytera Chrysanthe Bessinas
Email: [email protected]
Presvytera Pauline Pavlakos
Email: [email protected]
OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma City
UTAH
Ogden
Price
Salt Lake City
(Pro-Cathedral)
Halladay
WYOMING
Casper
Cheyenne
Worland (Chapel)
Rock Springs
MONASTIC
COMMUNITY
Kendalia, TX
DIOCESE OF DENVER
The Diocese of Denver was established in 1979 and stretches across 1.3 million square miles in the western mountain,
central plains, and southwestern states. Forty-nine parishes
and two chapels are scattered throughout this vast area
which encompasses all of twelve states and the western
portions of two others.
Diocesan Life
There are slightly over 10,000 families among the forty-nine
parishes in the Diocese, or about 35,000 individuals. Out of
a population in the region of over 32 million, our parishioners
comprise a little over one-tenth of one percent of that total.
Of the sixty-three clergy residing in and serving the parishes of the Diocese, thirty-nine priests and eight deacons are
assigned on a full-time basis.
Among the clergy, approximately one quarter were ordained
in other jurisdictions, and were received by the Archdiocese
for assignment to the Diocese of Denver. In addition, about
one quarter are adult converts to Orthodoxy from the Roman
Catholic and Protestant faiths.
Of the forty-nine parishes:
• Five are considered “large” parishes,
of 500 to 1,500 families
• Nine are “medium” parishes,
of 200 to 300 families
• Thirty-five are “small” parishes,
of less than 200 families
town, Greek Orthodox parishes are typically comprised of
faithful from Greek, Arab, East African, Romanian, Russian,
Serbian, Ukrainian, and convert backgrounds. Pan-Orthodox
cooperation is natural and necessary throughout the region.
Local clergy associations located in the major metropolitan
cities actively plan and conduct programs to benefit the
Orthodox Christian Mission Center (OCMC) and the
International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC). With the
blessings of the respective hierarchs, clergy from the various
SCOBA jurisdictions fill in for one another on occasion as
necessary, and the faithful in the parishes attend each
others feast days in a spirit of pan-Orthodox unity. Diocesan
youth from the Kansas City area also participate in the panOrthodox Eastern Orthodox Youth Camp each summer.
People and Programs
Youth and Young Adults
Because of the vast expanses, youth and young adult events
are generally held regionally. Major annual exceptions are: a
Diocese-sponsored summer program (Camp Emmanuel),
the Saint John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival, the GOYA
Basketball tournament, and the YAL Snow Conference.
Youth worker seminars are held for parishes, and a panOrthodox lecture series is being developed.
Monasticism
Holy Archangels Monastery is a men’s monastic community,
located on 155 acres of hill country near Kendalia, Texas.
Diocese Center
The Diocese of Denver is presently in the process of constructing a Diocesan Center to better serve the spiritual
needs of the parishes in the mountain, plains, and southwestern states of the Diocese. It will also serve the greater
pan-Orthodox community in the region.
The Center will be located adjacent to the diocesan cathedral in Denver, on a promontory that has been called the
“Hill of Orthodoxy.” By the grace of God, the beacon of
Orthodox Christianity will shine brightly from that hill.
Many parishes are located in remote and distant areas, and
frequently they are the only Orthodox parish and priest (of
any jurisdiction) for hundreds of miles. Pastors and their
faithful therefore must be spiritually hearty, practically selfreliant, and prayerfully focused on God to maintain the
beacon of our Apostolic faith shining brightly in this vast
region, as well as to preserve and live the Orthodox mindset
and lifestyle.
Because there are so few Orthodox churches in the region,
and frequently only a single parish of any jurisdiction in a
Assumption Cathedral, Denver, CO.
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DIOCESE OF ATLANTA
His Grace
Bishop Alexios
of Atlanta
Nameday: March 17
Consecration: May 17, 1987
Enthronement: May 22, 1999
Greek Orthodox Diocese of Atlanta
2480 Clairmont Road, N.E., Atlanta, GA 30329
Tel.: (404) 634-9345 • Fax: (404) 634-2471
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.atlanta.goarch.org
Chancellor:
Reverend Fr. George Tsahakis
Email: [email protected]
Diocesan Executive
Cindy Stanton
Secretary:
Email: [email protected]
Corresponding
Nadine Chromiak
Secretary:
Email: [email protected]
Archangel Michael Press: TBA
Choir Federation:
Tina Chininis
Clergy Syndesmos:
V. Rev. Sebastian Skordallos
Email: [email protected]
Clergy Laity:
Rev. Presbyter George Tsahakis
Diocesan Council:
Harry T. Cavalaris
Diocesan Council & Philoptochos Board
Activities Secretary:
Helen Burleigh
Diocesan Diakonia:
Theodora Campbell
Education &
Rev. Fr. Aris Metrakos
Culture Diaconia:
Email: [email protected]
Finance:
George Skoufis
Email: [email protected]
Finance/Registry Secretary: Carol Loumakis
Administration & Logistics: George Matthews
Logos:
V. Rev. Nicholas Graff
Outreach-Mission:
Rev. Fr. Paul Costopoulos
Email: Agia [email protected]
Philoptochos, Diocesan: Dee Nicolaou
Public/Media Relations:
Gina Gassert, Petro Kacur
Radio Ministry:
Rev.Fr. Christopher Metropulos
Email: [email protected]
Regional Archons
Commander:
Steve E. Alexander
Retired Clergy Syndesmos: Rev. Fr. William Gaines
Stewardship:
Dr. Larry Gess, Joseph T. Moss, Jr.
Youth & YAL Ministries:
Paula Marchman
Email: [email protected]
Information & Questions: (Emailo:[email protected])
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Archangel Michael
ALABAMA
Birmingham
Huntsville
Montgomery
Mobile
Gulf Shores (Chapel)
GEORGIA
Atlanta (Cathedral)
Athens
Augusta
Brunswick (Chapel)
Columbus
Cumming
Macon
Marietta
Savannah
FLORIDA
Boca Raton
Clearwater
Daytona Beach
Destin (Chapel)
Ft. Lauderdale
Ft. Myers
Ft. Pierce
Ft. Walton Beach
Gainesville
Hollywood
Jacksonville
Key Largo (Chapel)
Lecanto
Melbourne
Miami
Saint Sophia
St. Andrew
Naples
New Port Richey
North Miami
Orlando
Palm Harbor
Panama City
Pensacola
Port Charlotte
Sarasota
St. Augustine
St. Petersburg
Tallahassee
Tampa
Tarpon Springs
St. Nicholas
St. Michael’s (Chapel)
West Palm Beach
Winter Haven
LOUISIANNA
Baton Rouge (Chapel)
Monroe
New Orleans
MISSISSIPPI
Biloxi
Jackson
NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville
Burlington
Charlotte
Holy Trinity Cathedral
St. Nectarios
Durham
Fayetteville
Greensboro
Greenville
High Point
Raleigh
Wilmington
Winston-Salem
SOUTH CAROLINA
Charleston
Columbia
Florence
Greenville (Cathedral)
Hilton Head
Myrtle Beach
Spartanburg
TENNESSEE
Bluff City
Knoxville
MONASTIC
COMMUNITIES
Reddick, FL
Lawsonville, NC
Williston, FL
Troy, NC
DIOCESE OF ATLANTA
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DIOCESE OF DETROIT
His Grace
Bishop Nicholas
of Detroit
The Annunciation
Nameday: December 6
Consecration: April 3, 1999
Enthronement: April 18, 1999
Greek Orthodox Diocese of Detroit
19405 Renfrew, Detroit, MI 48221
Tel: (313) 864-5433 • Fax: (313) 864-5543
Web: www.detroit.goarch.org
Assistant to the Bishop: Rev. Fr. Dean Hountalas
Office of the Bishop:
Rev. Deacon
Athanasios Michalos,
Rev. Deacon Teodor Petrutiu
Executive Secretary/
Presbytera
Registry:
Thea Ballas
Youth Director:
Nicolaos Kotsis
Diocesan Council:
Gus Stavropoulos
Clergy Syndesmos:
Rev. Fr. Mark Emroll
Philoptochos:
Katherine Kotsis
Millennium Campaign: Tom Demery
Religious Education:
Rev. Fr. James Bogdan
Hellenic Heritage:
Rev. Fr. Michael Varlamos
Choir Federation:
Barbara Minton
MISSIONS
OCMC Representative: Michael Stavropoulos
IOCC Representative: Mark Stavropoulos
Ecumenical Liaison:
Rev. Fr. Demetrios Kavadas
REGIONAL LIAISON
Ohio Central:
Southern:
Upstate New York:
Logos:
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Rev. Fr. Stratton Dorozenski
Rev. Fr. George Vaporis
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Rafael
Tom Demery
James Pamel
MICHIGAN
Ann Arbor
Battle Creek
(Chapel)
Bloomfield Hills
Detroit
St. Spyridon
(Chapel)
Annunciation
(Cathedral)
Farmington Hills
Flint
Grand Rapids
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Lexington
(Chapel)
Marquette
Muskegon
New Buffalo
Plymouth Township
Saginaw
Sault Ste. Marie
Southgate
St. Clair Shores
Sterling Heights
Traverse City
(Mission)
Troy
Westland
ARKANSAS
Hot Springs
Little Rock
INDIANA
Evansville (Mission)
Ft. Wayne
Indianapolis
KENTUCKY
Lexington
Louisville
NEW YORK
Binghamton
Buffalo
Elmira-Corning
Gloversville
Ithaca
Jamestown
Rochester
Annunciation
Holy Spirit
Syracuse
Vestal
Watertown
OHIO
Cincinnati
Dayton
Middletown
Springfield
Toledo
TENNESSEE
Chattanooga
Memphis
Nashville
MONASTIC
COMMUNITIES
Smiths Creek, MI
DIOCESE OF DETROIT
Orthodox camping programs are excellent means
by which the Orthodox faith and life can be
expressed. They offer our children invaluable
opportunities to enjoy God’s creation while learning and practicing their Orthodox faith. They
also create and maintain lasting friendships as
the children progress from campers to staff to
parents of new campers.
A top priority in the Diocese of Detroit is to make
sure the youth in every area of the Diocese have the
opportunity to participate in a camping program.
The Detroit Diocese Summer Camp (DDSC) in
Rose City, MI has been providing such a program
for the youth of Michigan and northern Ohio for
decades. Located about 2.5 hours north of Detroit
in the Huron National Forest and on Echo Lake, the
DDSC runs for 5 weeks in July and August every
year. Having completed another very successful
and spiritual summer camp, the DDSC is looking
forward to its 50th anniversary next year.
The youth of the Diocese of Detroit in Upstate New
York have been participating in the St. Timothy
Summer Camp for over 12 years. This year, more
than 70 campers participated in the camp, which
was located on the grounds of St. Basil’s Academy.
Young people from Buffalo to Syracuse made their
way to Garrison for another great year of camping.
Next year, the camp will be located at the Oswegatchic Ed. Center in New York’s Adirondacks.
At the spear-heading of His Grace Bishop
Nicholas, and for the first time ever, the youth of the
southern areas of the Diocese of Detroit had a
camp of their own. The Detroit Diocese Southern
Camp had a very successful first season as it drew
kids from southern Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and
Tennessee. Located just outside of Louisville,
KY, the Southern Camp will continue to offer an
excellent camping ministry to the southern area
of the Diocese for years to come.
Nearly 500 kids, 120 staff, and 12 priests participated in various camps of the Diocese of Detroit
in the summer of 2001. As it is one of His Grace
Bishop Nicholas’ priorities, the camping ministry of
the Diocese will continue to grow and serve the
spiritual, emotional, educational, and social needs
of our youth.
Bishop Nicholas with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Stavropoulos and Mr. and Mrs. Gust Feles present a check for $178,000
for the September 11 Relief Fund, collected from the Diocese of Detroit parishes, to Archbishop Demetrios.
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DIOCESE OF NEW JERSEY
Locum Tenens:
DEMETRIOS
Archbishop
of America
Greek Orthodox Diocese of New Jersey
1811 Springfield Avenue
New Providence, NJ 07974
Tel: (908) 898-0988 • Fax: (908) 898-0980
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.nj.goarch.org
Chancellor:
V. Rev. Alexander G. Leondis
Youth Ministries Director: Rev. Basil C. Gikas
Administrator:
Rula Thasites
Registrar:
Rula Thasites
Administrative Assistant: Penny Pefanis
Diakonia Coordinator:
Penny Pefanis
Registry Archivist:
Rev. Chris A. Dalamangas
Diocesan Council:
Dr. George Kaludis
Diocesan Treasurer:
James C. Fountas
Total Commitment:
James Youlios
Clergy Syndesmos:
Rev. James C. Moulketis
Presvyteres Sisterhood: Presvytera Voula Liacopulos
Philoptochos President: Theavrania Kyritsis
Youth Commissioners:
Rev. Kosmas Karavellas, Young Adult League
Rev. James Pavlow, Delaware Valley
Rev. John Theodosion, Northern New Jersey
Rev. Dean Moralis, Maryland/Chesapeake Valley
Rev. George Chioros, Virginia
Rev. George T. Orfanakos, Northern New Jersey District
Religious Education:
Rev. George Chioros
Choir Federation:
Maria Keritsis
Greek Education:
Dr. Stamatios Kartalopoulos
Regional Archon
Constantine G. Caras
Commanders:
Harry Magafan
Andrew E. Manatos
Internet Webmaster:
Maria S. Demos
Email: [email protected]
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NEW JERSEY
Asbury Park
Atlantic City
Cherry Hill
Clifton
Egg Harbor
Elizabeth
Fairview
Holmdel
Jersey City
Evangelismos
St. Demetrios
Newark
North Wildwood
Orange
Paramus
Perth Amboy
Piscataway
Randolph
Tenafly
(Cathedral)
Toms River
Trenton
Union
Vineland
Westfield
Wyckoff
DELAWARE
Wilmington
MARYLAND
Annapolis
Baltimore
Annunciation
(Cathedral)
St. Demetrios
St. Nicholas
Bethesda
Frederick
Lanham
Ocean City
PENNSYLVANIA
Broomall
Elkins Park
Jeffersonville
Media
Philadelphia
St. George
(Cathedral)
Evangelismos
Upper Darby
Valley Forge
VIRGINIA
Charlottesville
Danville
Falls Church
Fredericksburg
Hopewell
Lynchburg
Newport News
Norfolk
(Cathedral)
Richmond
(Cathedral)
Roanoke
Virginia Beach
Winchester
DIOCESE OF NEW JERSEY
THE DIOCESE OF NEW JERSEY
The Diocese of New Jersey was established in
1977 and was originally housed at the Archdiocese
in New York. Metropolitan Silas was the first
Bishop of the Diocese of New Jersey. He served
the Diocese from its inception until his retirement
in 1996. In March of 1999 Bishop George of New
Jersey was elected the second Bishop of the
Diocese. Bishop George relocated the physical
presence of the Diocese to the State of New
Jersey in order to establish its territorial integrity.
The plans for a new Diocesan Center were underway when the untimely death of Bishop George,
of blessed memory, in November 1999 suspended them. The temporary Diocesan Offices were
initially located in an office building in Westfield
and were subsequently relocated to New
Providence, New Jersey where they are located
today. Until a new Bishop of New Jersey is elected, Father Alexander G. Leondis, the Chancellor,
administers and oversees the Diocese and its
affairs under the direction of Archbishop
Demetrios, locum tenens. Father Alexander is
assisted by Father Basil C. Gikas, Youth Director
and Rula Thasites, Adminstrator and Registrar.
The Diocese of New Jersey is one of the larger
dioceses of our Archdiocese and includes New
Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and the
Greater Philadelphia area.
THE OFFICE OF YOUTH AND YOUNG
ADULT MINISTRIES
The Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries is
charged with the overseeing, development, support and coordination of all youth programs at the
Diocesan and Regional levels. This involves the
conceptualization, programming, implementation,
modification and supervision of youth and young
adult ministries across the Diocese. The scope of
the ministry includes HOPE, JOY, GOYA, and
YAL. Through the Regional Youth Commissions,
the Youth Director, the Reverend Deacon Basil C.
Gikas, also oversees the Summer Camping
Programs, the Youth Advisor and Coaches’
Training, Campus Ministry and events planning.
The office also houses a number of youth and
young adult ministry resources and materials.
Campers and counselors at Camp Good Sheperd, a two week program sponsored every summer
on the grounds of Saint Basil Academy by the Archdiocesan District and Diocese of New Jersey.
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AUXILIARY BISHOPS
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His Grace
Bishop Dimitrios of Xanthos
Nameday: October 26th
His Grace
Bishop-elect Gerasimos of Krateia
Nameday: July 3rd
His Grace
Bishop-elect Savas of Troas
Nameday: December 5th
His Grace
Bishop-elect Andonios of Phasiane
Nameday: January 17
FORMER ARCHBISHOPS
His Eminence
ARCHBISHOP IAKOVOS
(Formerly of N. & S. America)
Nameday: October 23rd
His Eminence
METROPOLITAN SPYRIDON
(Former Metropolitan of Chaldea, 8.19.99)
Nameday: December 12th
RETIRED BISHOPS
His Grace Bishop Iakovos of Catania
Nameday: October 23rd
His Grace Bishop John of Amorion
Nameday: May 8th
His Grace Bishop Philotheos of Meloa
Nameday: January 29th
His Grace Bishop Anthimos of Olympos
Nameday: September 3rd
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STANDING CONFERENCE OF CANONICAL
ORTHODOX BISHOPS IN THE AMERICAS (SCOBA)
10 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel.: (212) 570-3593 • Fax: (212) 774-0202
Email: [email protected]
Archbishop Demetrios
Chairman
Metropolitan Philip
Vice Chairman
Metropolitan Christopher Metropolitan Nicholas
Secretary
Treasurer
The Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox
Bishops in the Americas (SCOBA), established in
1960, brings together the canonical hierarchs of
the Orthodox jurisdictions in America. The purpose of the Conference is to make the ties of unity
among the canonical Orthodox Churches and
their administrations stronger and more visible.
The hierarchs meet twice annually for discussions
and decisions on matters of common concern.
Various commissions and committees have been
established to implement the decisions of
SCOBA. Among these are the Orthodox Christian
Education Commission (OCEC); International
Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC); the Orthodox
Christian Mission Center (OCMC); the Military
Chaplaincy Commission; the Study and Planning
Commission; the Scouting Commission, the
Orthodox Campus Commission and the Social
and Moral Issues Commission.
Albanian Orthodox Diocese of America
Orthodox Church in America
V. Rev. Protopresbyter Ilia Katre, Vicar General
6455 Silver Dawn Lane • Las Vegas, NV 89118
Tel.: (702) 221-8425 • Fax: (702) 221-9167
Most Rev. Metropolitan Theodosius
P. O. Box 675 • Syosset, NY 11791
Tel.: (516) 922-0550 • Fax: (516) 922-0954
American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox
Diocese in the U.S.A.
Romanian Orthodox Archdiocese
In America & Canada
Most Rev. Metropolitan Nicholas of Amissos
312 Garfield Street • Johnstown, PA 15906
Tel.: (814) 536-9143 • Fax: (814) 536-4699
Most Rev. Metropolitan Joseph, Iocum tenens
19959 Riopelle Avenue • Detroit, Ml 48203
Tel.: (313) 893-8390
Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese
of North America
Serbian Orthodox Church
in the United States & Canada
Most Rev. Metropolitan Philip
358 Mountain Road • Englewood, NJ 07631
Tel.: (201) 871-1355 • Fax: (201) 871-7954
Most Rev. Metropolitan Christopher
P.O. Box 519 • Libertyville, IL 60048
Tel.: (847) 367-0698 • Fax: (847) 367-7901
Bulgarian Eastern Orthodox Church
Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA
Most Rev. Metropolitan Joseph
550-A West 50th Street • New York, NY 10019
Tel.: (212) 246-4608 • Fax: (212) 246-4608
Most Rev. Metropolitan Constantine
P. O. Box 495 • South Bound Brook, NJ 08880
Tel.: (732) 356-0090 • Fax: (732) 356-5556
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
Most Rev. Archbishop Demetrios
10 East 79th Street • New York, NY 10021
Tel.: (212) 570-3500 • Fax: (212) 570-3592
The largest gathering ever of Canonical Orthodox
Bishops in the Americas concluded a three-day
Conference May 3 by issuing an official statement
calling for coordinated action on, and witness to
the mission of Orthodoxy to have a decisive
voice in matters of spiritual,social and human
needs of 21st Century America. The Hierarchs
are pictured prior to a Vespers Service at
Saint Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathedral.
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OFFICE OF THE ARCHBISHOP
10 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel: (212) 570-3511,12 • Fax: (212) 570-3592
E-mail: [email protected]
Alice Keurian, Director
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Deacon Nektarios Morrow, Deacon to the Archbishop
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Deacon Pandeleimon Papadopoulos, Deacon to the Archbishop
Email: [email protected]
Anita Poulos, Administrative Assistant
Email: [email protected]
The primary charge of the Office of the Archbishop is to respond efficiently and properly to the rigorous
demands associated with the overall duties of the Archbishop.
Included in the multifaceted tasks of this Office is the daily, weekly, monthly and annual schedule of His
Eminence’s pastoral visitations, official and unofficial meetings with clergy and laity, public and official
appearances, audiences, conferences and travels, as well as initiation and coordination of meetings
and events involving the Archbishop with local, national and international civic, cultural, academic,
religious and political leadership. The Office also handles special events which require organization and
coordination on the archdiocesan, diocesan, parish and interreligious level.
In addition, this Office processes all forms of communication addressed to the Archbishop, and serves
as the Archbishop’s liaison with various departments within the Archdiocese, the institutions and the
governing bodies of the Church in America.
GREEK SECRETARIAT
ENGLISH SECRETARIAT
Christine Athanasopoulos, Greek Secretary
Nancy Savaides, Director
Cleo Kennedy, Assistant
Email: [email protected]
Maria Kassomenakis, Greek Secretary/Translator
Email: [email protected]
This Office is responsible for all official correspondence in Greek. It acts as the conduit for
information of an administrative and ecclesiastical nature between the Archdiocese of America
and the Ecumenical Patriarchate. When the
Archdiocese communicates with other Eparchies
of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, this office facilitates those communications. It also promulgates
the official Encyclicals of the Archbishop to all the
Churches throughout the nation. Through this
office, parishes may communicate and have
those needs met that pertain to Antiminssia and
Holy Chrism. The Greek Secretariat assists all
the other departments of the Archdiocese in
assuring a proper use of the language, and acts
as a reference resource for all other offices and
departments.
This Office assists His Eminence Archbishop
Demetrios with the high volume of correspondence addressed to him personally. This Office
ensures that each piece of mail is forwarded properly and receives an accurate and prompt reply.
This Office also facilitates special correspondence
from His Eminence to various groups, as well as
to individuals.
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OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR
10 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel.: (212) 570-3513,4 • Fax: (212) 774-0251
Email: [email protected]
Bishop Savas of Troas, Chancellor of the Archdiocese
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Michael T. Kontogiorgis, Assistant Chancellor
Email: [email protected]
Thalia Georghiou, Administrative Assistant
Email: [email protected]
Kalliopi Zavakopoulou, Assistant
Email: [email protected]
Peter Polychroni, Intern
Email: [email protected]
The Office of the Chancellor is concerned with
the well-being of the clergy, their ongoing
assignments and reassignments, their continuing
education, and the benefits provided to them by
the Church.
Clergy entering the Archdiocese through ordination
by an Archdiocesan hierarch or from other Orthodox jurisdictions receive their first assignments
through the Chancellor’s Office. All assignments
within the New York Archdiocesan District are at
present arranged through this office as well. The
Chancellor’s Office also helps to coordinate the reassignment of clergy from one diocese to another.
His Grace Bishop Savas
New parishes that are being formed within the
Archdiocese receive their canonical status through
the Office of the Chancellor. Matters pertaining to
parish administration are also reviewed and
addressed by the Chancellor’s Office.
The Chancellor’s Office also coordinates and
administers the Taylor Scholarship Fund, which
provides monetary grants to those pursuing
advanced degrees in theological studies.
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OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Phone: (212) 570-3566 Fax: (212) 774-0298
Email: [email protected]
Jerry Dimitriou, Executive Director of Administration
Email: [email protected]
Maria Andriotis, Executive Administrative Assistant
E-mail: [email protected]
Linda Petersen, Human Resource Manager
E-mail: [email protected]
The Office of Administration has a responsibility for
the administrative, financial and developmental
functions of the Archdiocese. In implementing
the Archdiocese mission, this department, in cooperation with the Chancellors office, ensures that
the Archdiocesan departments and institutions
are meeting their objectives and operate within
the administrative and financial guidelines set forth
by the Archdiocese.
The department manages the human resources
and operations of the Archdiocesan headquarters
in New York as well as works together with each
individual diocese and it’s administrative needs.
Additionally, in cooperation with the Chancellor of
the Archdiocese, the department acts as the
coordinator and liaison for the Clergy Laity
Congress, the Archdiocesan Council and the
various Archdiocesan Institutions.
Jerry Dimitriou
In order to expand our outreach and “ageless
traditions in a new millennium”, our Archdiocese
cannot merely limit itself to the existing operating
revenues of the Church. We must enhance the
funding and resources available to our National
Ministries and provide our Archdiocese with the
means to set new vital goals, and expand and
create new and innovative programs for the next
millennium. The Office of Administration will seek
to study and help introduce new methods of
fundraising and endowment projects in order to
provide the necessary funds and resources for the
realization of the above vital goals and innovative
programs.
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ARCHDIOCESAN COUNCIL
10 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel.: (212) 570-3511,12 • Fax: 570-3592
E-mail: [email protected]
His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios, Chairman
EPARCHIAL SYNOD OF BISHOPS
His Eminence Metropolitan Iakovos of Krinis
His Eminence Metropolitan Isaiah of Proikonisos
Presiding Hierarch of the Diocese of Chicago
Presiding Hierarch of the Diocese of Denver
His Eminence Metropolitan Anthony of Dardanelles
His Grace Bishop Alexios of Atlanta
Presiding Hierarch of the Diocese of San Francisco
Diocese of Atlanta
His Eminence Metropolitan Maximos of Aenos
His Grace Bishop Nicholas of Detroit
Presiding Hierarch of the Diocese of Pittsburgh
Diocese of Detroit
His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios of Aneon
Presiding Hierarch of the Diocese of Boston
AUXILIARY BISHOPS
His Grace Bishop Dimitrios of Xanthos
His Grace Bishop Savas of Troas
His Grace Bishop Gerasimos of Krateia
His Grace Bishop Andonios of Phasiane
Executive Committee
Michael Jaharis
George Behrakis
John A. Payiavlas
Vice Chairman
New York, NY
Tewksbury, MA
Warren, OH
Dr. John Collis
Georgia Skeadas
Peter Dion
Chagrin Falls, OH
Villanova, PA
Treasurer
Valley Stream, NY
John Pappajohn
Anthony Stefanis
Des Moines, IA
Atlanta, GA
Nicholas Bouras
Secretary
Summit, NJ
Emanuel G. Demos
General Counsel
Council
Rev. Dimitrios Antokas
Rev. William Cassis
James C. Fountas
Westfield, NJ
West Chester, OH
Scotch Plains, NJ
Peter Bassett
John Catsimatidis
Rev. Christopher P. Foustoukos
Weston, MA
New York, NY
Lynnfield, MA
Prof. Helen HadjiyannakisBender
Gerald Clonaris
Rev. Dean Gigicos
Charlotte, NC
Lake Mary, FL
New York, NY
Thomas Dallas
Dr. Antoine Harovas
Rev Dr. Alkiviadis Calivas
Lincolnwood, IL
Great Neck, NY
Needham, MA
Theofanis Economidis
Elenie Huszagh
George Cantonis
Los Altos, CA
Nehalem, OR
Belleair, FL
Gust Feles
William C. Kallinikos
Michael Cantonis
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Oceanside, NY
Tarpon Springs, FL
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ARCHDIOCESAN COUNCIL
Demetrios Kaloidis
Lou Nicozisis
Gus Stavropoulos
Upper Brookville, NY
Lancaster, PA
Bloomfield Hills, MI
George Kaludis
Rev. Byron Papanicolaou
Rev. Dennis Strouzas
Potomoc, MD
Palos Hills, IL
Glen Cove, NY
George Kokalis
Panikos Papanikolaou
Dr. William Tenet
Phoenix, AZ
Brooklyn, NY
Manhasset, NY
Catherine Lingas
Rev. Michael Pappas
Dr. Manuel Tissura
Portland, OR
Stockton, CA
Tucker, GA
Dr. Nicholas Loutsion
Peter J. Pappas
Rev. John Touloumes
Canonsburg, PA
Syosset, NY
Pittsburgh, PA
Andrew Manatos
Rev. Constantine Pavlakos
Savvas Tsivicos
Bethesda, MD
Denver, CO
Wayside, NY
George Marcus
Harold Peponis
George Vourvoulias
Los Altos Hill, CA
Chicago, IL
Park Ridge, IL
John Marks
Harry Plomarity
Catherine Bouffides Walsh
Lincolnwood, IL
Corpus Christi, TX
So. Glastonbury, CT
Demetri Moschos
Michael S. Sophocles
Tom Zaferes
Worcester, MA
Weston, MA
Cincinnati, OH
Rev. James Moskovites
Alex Spanos
Peter Zikos
Wantagh, NY
Stockton, CA
McMurray, PA
Ex-Officio Members
Arthur Anton
Presvytera Angie Constantinides
Dr. Anthony J. Limberakis
Chairman, Leadership 100
Boston, MA
President, National Sisterhood
of Presvyteres
Aurora, IL
Supreme Commander, Archons
of the Ecumenical Patriarchate
Order of St. Andrew
Rydal, PA
Evan Arapostathis
Young Adult League (YAL)
National Coordinator
LaMesa, CA
Nikitas Drakotos
Andrew Athens
Rev. William Gaines
President, World Council
of Hellenes Abroad
Chicago, IL
President, The Retired G.O.Clergy
of America
National Campus Ministry
Metaire, LA
Rev. Nicholas Bacalis
President, St. Michael’s Home
Yonkers, NY
President, Archdiocesan Presbyters
Council
Richmond, VA
Dr. Steven Gounardes
Andrew Banis
V. Rev. Nicholas Graff
Supreme President, Order of A.H.E.P.A.
Walnut Creek, CA
Director, St. Photios National Shrine
St. Augustine, FL
Eve Condakes
Rev. Peter Karloutsos
President, National Philoptochos
Swampscott, MA
President, HC/HC Alumni Association
Danbury, CT
President, St. Basil Academy
Brooklyn, NY
Rev. James Moulketis
Chairman, Archdiocesan
Benefits Committee
Wyckoff, NJ
Dr. Vickie C. Pappas
National Chairperson, The National
Forum of Greek Orthodox Musicians
Bloomington, IN
Robert Shaw
President, Archdiocesan Cathedral
of the Holy Trinity
New York City
Rev. Nicholas C. Triantafilou
President, Hellenic College/Holy Cross
Greek Orthodox School of Theology
Brookline, MA
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ARCHDIOCESAN DEPARTMENTS
ADMINISTRATION
OPERATIONS
Marriage and Family
Office of the Archbishop
Archives and Library
Mrs. Alice Keurian, Director
Rev. Deacon Nectarios Morrow,
Deacon to the Archbishop
Rev. Deacon Panteleimon Papadopoulos,
Deacon to the Archbishop
Mrs. Anita Poulos, Administrative
Assistant
Ms. Nikie Calle, Director
Rev. Fr. Charles Joanides,
Researcher
Benefits
Department of Philanthropy
Mrs. Kathy Peters, Director
Mrs. Anna Vrettos, Pension Specialist
Mr. Peter Boulas, Accountant
Bishop Andonios of Phasiane,
Director
Finance
Correspondence
Mr. John Barbagallo, Director
Ms. Ioanna Kekropidou,
Administrative Assistant
Mr. Michael Gambeski, Controller
Mr. George Papadakos, Affiliate
Controller
Mr. Ronald Wilks, Investment
Accounting Manager
Mrs. Nitsa Sinanis, Accounts
Payable/Receivable
EDUCATION
AND CULTURE
Mrs. Nancy Savaides,
English Correspondence
Mrs. Cleo Kennedy, Assistant
Ms. Christine Athanasopoulos,
Greek Secretary
Ms. Maria Kassomenakis,
Greek Correspondence
Office of the Chancellor
Bishop Savas of Troas, Chancellor
Mrs. Thalia Georghiou, Administrative Information Technologies
Mr. Theo Nicolakis, Director
Assistant
Ms. Kalliopi Zavakopoulou, Secretary Ms. Katerina Owyang, Administrative
Assistant
Mr. Peter Polychroni, Assistant
Mr.
Ken Rivera, Technical Support
Office of Administration
Mr. John Soteriou, Applications
Mr. Jerry Dimitriou, Executive Director
Developer
Ms. Maria Andriotis, Executive
Mr.
Kashif Chaundry, Help Desk
Administrative Assistant
Mrs. Linda Petersen, Human Resources Registry
Manager
Rev. Michael Kontogiorgis, Director
Ms. Lindita Dhamo, Secretary
COMMUNICATIONS
News and Information /
Public Affairs
Presv. Nikki Stephanopoulos, Director
& Press Officer
Stewardship
Mr. Christopher J. Andreas,
Administrator
Support Staff
Ms. Michele Georgiou, Reception
Mrs. Eva Kafetzis, Mailroom
Mr. Stavros Papagermanos, Director & Mr. Kyriakos Mytides, Kitchen
Managing Editor
Mr. Felix Garcia, Maintenance
Mr. Jim Golding (Chryssoulis), Editor Mrs. Linda Garcia, Maintenance
Mrs. Soula Podaras, Administrative Asst. Mr. Ricardo Miranda, Maintenance
Mr. Nick Katsanevakis, Production
Mr. Julio Silva, Maintenance
Manager
Mrs. Moshoula Stenos, Maintenance
Abel Montoya, Production/Graphics
Orthodox Observer
GOTelecom, Inc.
OUTREACH
Mrs. Marissa P. Costidis, Managing
Director
Mr. Nick Furris, Senior
Producer/Director
Archons
Internet Ministries
Mr. Theo Nicolakis, Director
Mr. Bill Flegas, Assistant Director
Mr. Nicholas Halkias, Webmaster
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Ms. Linda Paul, Administrator
Ecumenical and Inter-Orthodox
Relations
Bishop Dimitrios of Xanthos, Director
Mrs. Cleo Kennedy, Secretary
Religious Education
Rev. Dr. Frank Marangos, Director
Presv. Haidee Marangos, Office
Administrator/Assistant to Director
Rev. Dr. Frank Marangos, Praxis
Managing Editor
Ms. Julia Mason, Administrative
Assistant/Praxis Managing Editor
Ms. Elaine Bucuvalas, Accounts
Receivable
Mr. John Ayoub, Shipping and
Receiving
Greek Education
Dr. George Pilitsis, Director
Mrs. Maria Makedon, Coordinator
Direct Archdiocesan District
Ms. Katerina Papahartofili,
Administrative Assistant
Hellenic Cultural Center
Bishop Vikentios of Apameia, Director
YOUTH & YOUNG
ADULT MINISTRY
Department of Youth Ministry
Rev. Fr. Mark Leondis, Director
Ms. Melissa Bazos,
Resource Coordinator
Mr. George Hazlaris, Director
Direct Archdiocesan District
Camping Ministries
TBA, Coordinator
Ionian Village
TBA, Director
Irene Kyritsis, Secretary
REGISTRY
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel.: (212) 570-3558,9 • Fax: (212) 774-0477
Email: [email protected] Web: www.registry.goarch.org
Rev. Fr. Michael T. Kontogiorgis, Director
Email: [email protected]
Lindita (Anastasia) Dhamo, Secretary
Email: [email protected]
This Department keeps the vital records of the Greek Orthodox Faithful of the Archdiocese, including marriages, divorces, baptisms, and funerals. Such record-keeping began in 1923 for marriages
and for divorces. Since September 1, 1979, a local registry department was established in every
diocese. The Archdiocese Registry Department compiles annual vital statistics in cooperation with
diocesan registrars, and maintains the canonical files.
The Affidavits of Marriage of the dioceses are numbered by the respective registrars. The Affidavits
of Marriage and Marriage Certificates, as well as Baptismal Certificates, are signed by the Bishops
and receive the seal of the individual diocese. Only in the Archdiocesan District are the Affidavits
of Marriage, Certificates of Marriage, and Baptismal Certificates signed by His Eminence
Archbishop Demetrios and sealed with the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Seal.
The priests of parishes who are under the jurisdiction of the various dioceses receive the Episcopal
License for Marriage from the Bishop of each diocese. After the ceremony of Holy Matrimony, the
Episcopal License is returned to the registrar of each diocese, who then issues the Marriage
Certificate. The Registrar keeps a record for each marriage in order to facilitate the finding of the
necessary information when required. This, practically speaking, is very important for Social Security
purposes and for all official documentation which may be needed. With reference to the Certification
of Marriage Eligibility (Bans), a record has been kept in every diocese since September 1, 1979 in
order to ensure that the Certificate is used only once.
Also, since September 1,1979, there has existed in every diocese a Spiritual Court of the First Order.
These Spiritual Courts adjudicate divorce cases. Divorce papers are under the jurisdiction of each
diocese.
Members of the BaltimorePireaus Sister City Committee
the Annunciation Cathedral,
Baltimore at St. Paul’s Chapel
in the Archdiocese.
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REGISTRY
NAME OF DIOCESE
CHRISMATIONS
BAPTISMS
VITAL STATISTICS: JANUARY 1ST - DECEMBER 31ST, 2000
DIVORCES
MARRIAGES
Greek
Orthodox
Mixed
Total
Greek
Orthodox Mixed
Total
DEATHS
ARCHDIOCESAN DISTRICT
1496
143
331
453
784
49
48
97
773
DIOCESE of NEW JERSEY
1107
147
161
347
508
26
41
67
522
DIOCESE of CHICAGO
760
93
216
261
477
35
45
80
330
DIOCESE of ATLANTA
487
85
155
274
429
47
37
84
179
DIOCESE of DETROIT
626
102
89
209
298
11
34
45
290
DIOCESE of DENVER
410
99
98
119
217
22
20
39
153
DIOCESE of SAN FRANCISCO
973
146
211
301
512
32
34
66
594
DIOCESE of PITTSBURGH
615
79
62
166
228
15
34
49
310
DIOCESE of BOSTON
826
116
88
286
374
30
34
64
678
7300
1010
1411
2416
3827
267
324
591
3829
T O TA L
STATISTICAL CHARTER OF THE HOLY GREEK ORTHODOX ARCHDIOCESE OF AMERICA: 1976-2000
MARRIAGES
YEAR
BAPTISMS
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
9955
9400
9906
8293
9650
8238
8843
8690
8109
7934
7389
8472
7854
8799
9350
9142
9204
9427
9232
9172
7155
7394
7203
7438
7300
T O TA L
213,549
CHRISMATIONS
922
865
867
890
570
405
645
725
681
655
565
796
720
978
1079
1072
1055
1209
1186
1127
939
974
966
995
1010
21,890
INTER
CHRISTIAN
BETWEEN
ORTHODOX
INTER
CHRISTIAN
DEATHS
2537
2521
2295
2512
2009
1781
1936
1960
1821
2200
1900
1850
2001
2144
2187
2191
1922
2032
2094
2045
1267
1400
1448
1497
1411
2201
2438
2445
2412
2660
3104
3175
3287
3322
3387
3253
3673
3710
3904
3769
3520
3530
3429
3137
3575
2588
2499
2477
2542
2416
350
358
419
430
457
405
442
366
388
360
363
382
362
389
402
409
347
354
345
364
282
288
339
278
267
201
223
256
210
306
339
344
364
336
456
358
332
357
384
338
331
417
395
379
358
372
361
336
349
324
4159
3967
4225
4175
3937
3410
3145
3137
3191
3154
2776
3036
3371
3911
4308
4090
3972
4041
4151
4223
3313
3601
3445
3620
3829
48,961
76,453
9.146
8,426
92,187
TOTAL MARRIAGES
125,414
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DIVORCES
BETWEEN
ORTHODOX
TOTAL DIVORCES
17,572
FINANCE
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel.: (212) 570-3545 • Fax: (212) 774-0245
John Barbagallo, CPA
Director of Finance
Email: [email protected]
Michael Gambeski, CPA
Archdiocese Controller
Email: [email protected]
Ronald Wilks
Investment Accounting Manager
Email: [email protected]
George Papadakos
Affiliate Controller
Email: [email protected]
Ioanna Kekropidou
Assistant to Director of Finance
Email: [email protected]
Nitsa Sinanis
Accounts Payable/Receivable
Email: [email protected]
The Church, being the body of Christ in the
world, is responsible for the material well-being
of the souls entrusted to her care. As an institution in this world, but not of the world, she must
carefully balance the spiritual needs of her flock
against the material necessities required to
advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the world.
To this end, the Department of Finance is
charged with maintaining the material well
being of the Archdiocese of America that it may
flourish as an icon of God’s plenty and mercy.
The Department of Finance is responsible for
the oversight of all financial matters of the Archdiocese. Its constant task is to oversee all the
institutions of the Archdiocese and the Dioceses
that comprise the Greek Orthodox Church in
America. The Department effects the will of the
Archbishop and the Archdiocesan Council in
fiduciary matters. It advises and assists persons
and institutions in the Archdiocese on matters
relating to accounting, as well as fiscal health
and responsibility.
The Department also coordinates an extensive
year end financial consolidation of all Archdiocese institutions and affiliates including the
annual consolidated financial statements. To
maintain complete financial credibility, the
consolidated financial statements, as well as
the stand alone financial statements of the
Archdiocese institutions and affiliates, are
audited annually by one of the world’s largest
independent accounting firms.
Archdiocesan Council Executive Committee.
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STEWARDSHIP
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel.: (212) 570-3536 • Fax: (212) 774-0252
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.stewardship.goarch.org
Christopher J. Andreas, Administrator
Email: [email protected]
Orthodox Christian Stewardship is the true
meaning of the term “Orthopraxia.” Effectively living
and practicing our belief in Jesus Christ through
faithful stewardship means that we offer our Time,
Talents, and Treasures to the glory of God.
We commonly refer to the “three T’s” of Stewardship, but one “T” may be missing or perhaps taken
for granted: “Truth.” Truth in Stewardship means
that we make an honest effort to focus on the call
of Christ to commit ourselves to prayer, to work,
and to give so that the body of Christ, the Church,
may live and meet Her mission. St. Paul writes: “It
is required in stewards, that a person be found
faithful” (1 Cor. 4:2). We must be willing to meet the
challenge to strengthen the sacred work of our
Church in America.
The Department of Stewardship Ministry encourages support for the Church, not because it is a
responsibility, but a privilege. True commitment to
your Church begins when we give sacrificially. It is
right and proper that our Orthodox Christian offering be equitable and fair to the Church.
A member of the Orthodox Church is one who
is baptized and chrismated into the Faith.
Membership, however, does not end following our
participation in the Holy Mysteries of the Church.
To be a faithful parishioner, a steward, means that
we fulfill the vow made at our baptism to pledge
ourselves to Christ, our King and God!
THE TOTAL COMMITMENT PROGRAM
Your Archdiocese sustains itself by the generous
support made by the Greek Orthodox parishes
in the United States. This support enables us to
have a national presence in upholding the principles and values of the One, Holy, Catholic, and
Apostolic Church.
Although it may be difficult to realize, every Greek
Orthodox Christian steward contributes to the
sacred mission of the National Church. The
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support rendered in the local parish is the means
by which the Archdiocese is able to support the
ministries necessary for a viable Church. These
ministries include: the Ecumenical Patriarchate;
Diocese Offices and Programs; Hellenic College
and Holy Cross School of Theology; Access
Internet Ministries; Youth Ministry; Saint Basil
Academy; Orthodox Christian Missions; Religious
Education; Greek Education and Culture.
NATIONAL
STEWARDSHIP COMMISSION
The recommendations and reports of the Department of Stewardship Ministry are transmitted
to the Archdiocese Council through a standing
committee on Stewardship. Clergy and laity from
each Diocese devote themselves to support the
Archdiocese Department of Stewardship Ministry
in conjunction with the Archdiocesan Council
Committee.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
50 Goddard Ave., Brookline, MA 02445-7415 • Tel.: (617) 850-1218 • Fax: (617) 850-1489
E-mail: religioused.goarch.org
Web site: www.religioused.goarch.org
Rev. Dr. Frank Marangos, Director and Executive Editor, Praxis Magazine
Email: [email protected]
Haidee Marangos, Office Administrator/
Assistant to Director/Accounts Payable
Julia Mason, Administrative Assistant
The Department of Religious Education enthusiastically accepts the challenge of His Eminence
Archbishop Demetrios to establish a stronger and
more Orthodox Catechetical system for the Greek
Orthodox faithful in America.
As such, the Department of Religious Education is
ambitiously pursuing the advancement of an educational agenda that will coincide with the three
major objectives described by His Eminence
Archbishop Demetrios in his keynote address at
the 34th Clergy-Laity Congress, namely: (a) faith
as worship and prayer, (b) faith as love and
philanthropy, and (c) faith as truth.
Mission
The purpose of the Department of Religious
Education (DRE) is to serve the parishes and dioceses of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of
America by providing materials and services that
will advance their programs of religious education. The Department also serves individuals,
organizations, military bases, ecumenical groups,
and overseas parishes with catechetical resources that advance the spiritual admonition to
“Grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord
and Savior Jesus Christ” (2 Peter 3:18).
“Total Parish” Program Development
The Department of Religious Education is responsible for developing catechetical resources for
Orthodox faithful of all ages. A new educational
paradigm for program and resource development
that is sensitive to the catechetical needs of the
“total parish” has been adopted.
The Department of Religious Education is advancing a pedagogical agenda that will assist
Orthodox Christians of all ages to better under-
Julia Mason, Praxis Managing Editor
Elaine Bucuvalas, Accounts Receivable
John Ayoub, Shipping and Receiving
stand the: (a) liturgical, (b) scriptural, (c) theological, (d) canonical and (e) ethical underpinnings of
the Church. In order to develop such a comprehensive educational vision, catechetical material,
and instructional resources, the following initiatives are being ambitiously pursued:
2002-2003 Religious Education Workshops
The Director of Religious Education conducts
Religious Education Teacher Workshops and
Adult Leadership Training Seminars throughout
the Archdiocese. The workshops are based on a
5-Year Curriculum that includes an annual educational theme which is extrapolated and taught
to Orthodox Christians in every context of Parish,
Diocese and Archdiocesan life. Workbooks are
developed by the DRE and provided to participants. The Director travels on weekends
(Friday-Sunday) to various Archdiocesan parishes,
upon invitation, and conducts a Friday evening
Leadership Training Seminar, three workshops on
Saturday, and provides the sermon on Sunday at
the invitation of the host priest.
The 5-Year Catechetical Plan includes the following themes:
Year One (1998-1999):
Year Two (1999-2000):
Year Three (2000-2001):
Year Four (2001-2002):
Year Five (2002-2003):
The Liturgical Year
Holy Tradition/Scripture
The Holy Fathers
Orthodox Theology
Orthopraxia
It is the firm belief of the Department of Religious
Education that as this comprehensive catechetical plan is implemented, catechists, parish leaders
and Orthodox Christians of all ages will have the
opportunity to examine the liturgical, theological
and spiritual roots of their Orthodox faith in a
systemic fashion.
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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Multimedia Instructional Technology
Internet School of Orthodox Studies (ISOS)
The second of a series of multimedia interactive
CD-ROM educational modules has been completed. The title of this CD-ROM module is “Put on
Christ: Baptism and Chrismation”. The CD-ROM
allows the user to interactively experience the rich
traditions of Baptism and Chrismation and how
these traditions are observed today in a typical
Orthodox parish. It includes 12 video clips of the
services, 22 animated presentations, 14 hymns,
integrated text search, over 150 articles, 65 quiz
questions and more. Other CD-ROM modules are
currently being developed in conjunction with a
professional multimedia developer who has been
working closely with the Director of Religious
Education.
Established by the Department in 1998, the classes are held on the campus of Hellenic CollegeHoly Cross and are intended to assist Orthodox
Christians to better understand the teachings of
the Orthodox Church. Apart from those who can
physically attend, the classes can also be
accessed via the Internet. The classes are broadcast in real-time through the Archdiocese web
server with the assistance of the Archdiocese
Information Technology Department. The ISOS
web site address is: www.isos.goarch.org. The
presentations offered each semester are also
archived so that individuals may listen to the classes when their schedule permits. A variety
of materials and resources are available on the
ISOS Web Site.
A CD-ROM on the Ecumenical Patriarchate is
nearly completed. This will include video clips of
Patriarch Bartholomew, a comprehensive menu of
past Ecumenical Patriarchs with biographies,
activities and theological achievements, a virtual
reality tour of the Patriarchal chapel, an interactive
quiz, past/present Archons, and more.
The first multimedia interactive CD-ROM “The
Royal Road: A Journey Through Great Lent” was
released in January 2000. This CD-ROM allows
the user to interactively experience the entire liturgical cycle of the Triodion (learning about the
history, theology, scripture, hymnology) and thereby prepare for the celebration of Easter. It includes
video clips, hymns in Greek and English, theological articles, scripture, patristic comments and
interactive quizzes.
The CD-ROMs are superb catechetical resources
for families and teachers as well.
High School Curriculum Committee
The Teenage Curriculum Committee has been
established and is comprised of four specific
teams (one team for each grade level) for the 9th
through 12th grades. Each Curriculum Development Team consists of approximately 25 clergymen and 5 lay representatives. Two co-directors
(one clergyman and one lay person) lead each
team. Several Metropolitans of the Holy Synod
serve as spiritual advisors, one for each team.
The Department of Religious Education has
begun the process for the purpose of completing
the existing Scope and Sequence Chart of
instructional objectives. The collective pastoral
experience and instructional expertise of the committee of over 75 clergy and lay members are
developing appropriate catechetical resources for
Greek Orthodox teenagers. Contributors are
encouraged to contact the DRE office.
Praxis – Quarterly Magazine
A quarterly religious education publication that
links the local parish, home and national Religious
Education office. The magazine’s format focuses
on “total parish education” and includes catechetical material, religious home school lessons,
leadership development, Internet reviews, and
continuing education for Greek Orthodox Christians
of all ages. Annual Subscription Rate: $15.00
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Web Page
The Religious Education Web Site, www.religioused.goarch.org, is one of the most active
sites on the Archdiocesan web page. The interactive web site has been designed for those
interested in on-going religious instruction and
information regarding the department; its
programs (St. John Chrysostom Oratorical
Festival, ISOS, Educational Institute, Teacher
Certification), miscellaneous educational materials,
and a resource catalog offering over 700 items.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
“Annual Resource Companion” (ARC)
This educational volume for clergy, religious
educators, church leaders, youth workers and the
faithful of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese has
been published since 1998. It is based on the
Department’s annual theme and is dedicated
each year to an esteemed Orthodox educator.
The Annual Resource Companion includes
informative and insightful articles and essays written by the Archdiocese Metropolitans, Bishops,
Clergy, theologians, seminarians and teachers.
Each year, another catechetical volume is published that focuses on a different aspect of
Orthodox Spiritual Life. As such, the Greek
Orthodox Archdiocese of America is establishing
an encyclopedic anthology of Orthodox Catechetics. The Annual Resource Companion assists
parish religious educators to more effectively plan
and conduct their lessons by better understanding the dogma, doctrines and theology of their
Orthodox Faith. Each volume contains the St.
John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival topics, tips
and bibliography for the coming year following the
same theme. The ARC is sold for $5.00 each.
St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival
The annual Saint John Chrysostom Oratorical
Festival is now in its 19th year. The 2001 Archdiocesan Festival was hosted by the Diocese of
Chicago at St. Nicholas Church in Oak Lawn,
Illinois. The 2002 Archdiocesan Festival will be
hosted by the Diocese of New Jersey on June
7-8 at Annunciation Cathedral in Norfolk, Virginia.
An Oratorical Festival Foundation provides college scholarships to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place
speaker finalists in each division (in the amounts of
$2,000, $1,500, and $1,000) and $500 U.S.
Savings Bonds to all other national finalists.
Since 1997 the theme of the Oratorical Festival
has coincided with the annual theme of the
Department of Religious Education. Thus, the
theme for the year 2002 is “Orthopraxia.” The
Oratorical Festival Topics, Speaker Tips and
Bibliography for each year are included in the
appendix of the Annual Resource Companion
(ARC).
An elementary level Oratorical Festival program
takes place for children in grades 4-6 on the
parish level only. There is no judging and talks are
very brief with simplified topics.
Religious Education Institutes
The Department of Religious Education offers a
number of educational opportunities to religious
educators as well as to Orthodox Christians interested in learning more about their faith. The
Archdiocese Biennial Religious Education Institute
is held during alternating Clergy-Laity Congress
summers on the campus of Holy Cross School of
Theology. The next Institute will be held during
the summer of 2003.
Apart from the Institute, numerous educational
workshops are provided during the Biennial
Archdiocesan Clergy-Laity Congress gatherings.
Parish and Diocesan catechetical workshops and
leadership training seminars are also conducted
throughout the calendar year by the Director of
the Department.
Resource Catalog
A new Resource Catalog is published every two
years. The next catalog will be published in July
2002. An expanded 55-page Religious Education
Catalog for 2000-2002 was published in July of
2000 and contains over 700 items. The catalog
includes “Total Parish” catechetical resources for
teachers, parish youth and adult religious education programs for the new millennium and beyond!
National Philoptochos president Eve Condakes presents
$100,000 check for September 11 Relief Fund to Archbishop
Demetrios and $50,000 to Father Nicholas Triantafilou for
the HC/HC Scholarship Fund.
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RELIGIOUS EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION
DOXA
50 Goddard Avenue, Brookline, MA 02445-7415 • Tel.: (617) 850-1218 • Fax: (617) 850-1489
Rev. Fr. Frank Marangos, Director
Email: [email protected]
Paul Sieben, Chairman
Elaine Michaels, Vice Chairman
Irene Cassis, Secretary
DOXA – Giving Glory to God
In July 1994, His Eminence Archbishop Iakovos welcomed DOXA into the Archdiocese family of
organizations at the Chicago Clergy-Laity Congress. All levels of DOXA – parish, diocese, and archdiocese – are interrelated, with the intention of assisting teachers and clergy in their search for the
most effective means of fulfilling the sacred ministry of Religious Education. The mission and
purpose of DOXA are as follows:
Mission
To provide religious educators the opportunity to grow as Orthodox Christians and fulfill their
catechetical ministry in the life of the Church as they teach the Good News of Christ and the doctrines
and traditions of Orthodoxy. “Make disciples of all nations . . . teaching them to observe all that I
have commanded you.” (Matthew 28:19-20)
Purpose
1. To advocate religious education as an integral part of the worship and sacramental life of the
Orthodox Church.
2. To advance the ongoing education and Christ-centered growth of religious educators.
3. To promote religious education as a lifetime process.
4. To provide a vehicle of communication among religious educators on the Parish, Diocese and
Archdiocese levels.
5. To advance the educational initiatives of the Archdiocesan Department of Religious Education.
Archdiocese Oratorical Festival
participants with Archbishop
Demetrios and Metropolitan
Iakovos at SS. Constantine and
Helen Church, Palos Hills, IL.
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GREEK EDUCATION
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel.: (212) 570-3533/4 • Fax: (212) 774-0497
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.greekeducation.goarch.org
Dr. George Pilitsis, Director
Maria Makedon, Direct Archdiocesan District Coordinator
Katerina Papahartofili, Administrative Assistant
The Archdiocesan School System
The Greek Orthodox parochial day schools and the
Greek afternoon schools provide a program of
studies that incorporates the teaching of the
Modern Greek language, history and culture as
well as the Greek Orthodox faith. These schools
constitute the Archdiocesan School System.
With a curriculum that offers a better understanding and appreciation of the religious and cultural
heritage of our Greek Orthodox Church, the community day and afternoon schools contribute
greatly to the development of well-informed and
progressive members of our Church and, thus, play a
vital role in the educational program of each parish.
Greek-American Parochial Day Schools
There are 18 parochial day schools currently functioning in the United States with an enrollment of
4,104 students for the school year 2001-2002. The
parochial day schools, which operate under the
auspices of the Archdiocese, maintain pre-school
centers, kindergartens, elementary, and secondary classes. Their educational programs adhere to
local or state-mandated curricula.
Greek Afternoon Schools / Adult Classes
Approximately 300 afternoon schools are in operation in the United States at the present time. It is
estimated that 25,000 to 30,000 students, ages
6-15, are enrolled in the afternoon schools. In addition, a great number of adults of Greek and
non-Greek ancestry attend Greek evening classes.
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Curriculum Guidelines
Books and Audio/visual Materials
Certificates, Diplomas and Awards
Teacher Workshops and Seminars
The Comprehensive Examination
in Modern Greek
The Archdiocesan Office of Education develops
annually a Comprehensive Examination in Modern
Greek for high school credit in a foreign language.
The Comprehensive Examination in Modern Greek
is given to students of public and parochial schools
who attend Greek classes in the states of NY, NJ,
CT as well as in a few other areas.
Students who successfully pass this Examination
receive a “Certificate & Grade Report” from the
Archdiocese, which is usually recognized by local
colleges or universities. For additional information,
please call the Archdiocesan Office of Education at
(212) 570-3553.
A Package of Informative Materials
Each school year, the Department of Education
prepares and mails a package of informative materials to all day and afternoon schools throughout
the United States. The package includes: statistical
forms for the purpose of collecting school data; a
calendar of national and religious holidays; a
teacher-salary scale and a catalog for books and
other resources. To receive this informative package, please call the Archdiocesan Office of
Education at (212) 570-3554.
The Archdiocesan Office of Education
The Office of Education of the Archdiocese oversees the community day and afternoon schools
and provides them with the following:
Parochial and afternoon school students who
received perfect Regents scores with Archbishop
Demetrios, Father Robert Stephanopoulos and
Maria Makedon on Three Hierarachs Day at the
Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity.
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GREEK AMERICAN DAY SCHOOLS
CALIFORNIA
MASSACHUSETTS
Holy Trinity Orthodox School
999 Brotherhood Way
San Francisco, CA 94132
Tel/Fax: (415) 584-8451
[email protected]
Principal: Fr. Anthony Kosturos
Founded: 1971
Kindergarten to eighth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 55
Hellenic American School of Holy Trinity
41 Broadway
Lowell, MA 01854
Tel.: (978) 453-5422
Fax: (978) 970-3554
Principal: Mrs. Maria Samakli
Founded: 1909
Pre-Kindergarten to sixth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 105
St. Nicholas School
9501 Balboa Boulevard
Northridge, CA 91325
Tel.: (818) 886-6751
Fax: (818) 886-3933
Principal: Mrs. Mari Naltsas
Founded: 1977
Pre-kindergarten to eighth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 350
NEW YORK
FLORIDA
St. John’s Greek Orthodox Day School
P.O. Box 271828
Tampa, FL 33688-1828
Tel.: (813) 876-4569
Fax: (813) 877-4923
Principal: Mr. James J. Larkin Jr.
Founded: 1967
Nursery to eighth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 175
Cathedral School
319 East 74th Street
New York, NY 10021
Tel.: (212) 249-2840
Fax: (212) 249-2847
Principal: Ms. Helene-Ann Panagakos
Founded: 1949
Nursery to eighth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 105
ILLINOIS
“C. Goulandris-T. Tsolainos”
Greek Orthodox Parochial
School of St. Spyridon
120 Wadsworth Avenue
New York, NY 10033
Tel.: (212) 795-6870
Fax: (212) 795-4758
Principal: Dr. Andreas Zachariou
Founded: 1959
Pre-Kindergarten to eighth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 340
Koraes Greek-American School
11025-45 So. Roberts Road
Palos Hills, IL 60465
Tel.: (708) 974-3402
Fax: (708) 974-0179
Principal: Mrs. Kaliopi Flaskos
Founded: 1910
Kindergarten to eighth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 230
Greek-American Institute
3573 Bruckner Boulevard
Bronx, NY 10461
Tel.: (718) 823-2393
Fax: (718) 823-0790
Principal: Mr. Harry Leonardatos
Founded: 1912
Nursery to eighth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 154
Socrates Greek American School
6041 W. Diversey Avenue
Chicago, IL 60639
Tel.: (773) 622-6323
Fax: (773) 622-8833
Principal: Mrs. Stavroula Sellountou
Founded: 1907
Pre-school to eighth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 61
A. Fantis Parochial School
195 State Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Tel.: (718) 624-0501
Fax: (718) 246-5711
Principal: Mr. Joseph A. Grillo
Founded: 1963
Pre-kindergarten to eighth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 98
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GREEK AMERICAN DAY SCHOOLS
Soterios Ellenas Parochial School
224 18th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Tel.: (718) 499-5900
Fax: (718) 832-3712
Principal: Mrs. Maria Manolis
Founded: 1966
Nursery to eighth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 158
Jamaica Day School of St. Demetrios
84-35 152nd Street
Jamaica, NY 11432
Tel.: (718) 526-2622
Fax: (718) 526-1680
Principal: Mr. Minos Kazepis
Pre-K to eighth grade
Founded: 1967
2001–2002 enrollment: 126
Three Hierarchs Parochial School
1724 Avenue P
Brooklyn, NY 11229
Tel.: (718) 375-1885
Fax: (718) 375-0006
Principal: Mr. James Yeannakopoulos
Founded: 1975
Nursery to eighth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 132
School of the Transfiguration
98-07 38 Avenue
Corona, NY 11368
Tel.: (718) 478-8181
Fax: (718) 478-8199
Principal: Mrs. Helen Lydakis
Founded: 1967
Pre-K to ninth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 170
D. and G. Kaloidis Parochial School of Holy Cross
Orthodox Church
8502 Ridge Boulevard
Brooklyn, NY 11209
Tel.: (718) 836-8096
Fax: (718) 836-4772
Principal: Dr. Mitchel A. Levine
Founded: 1981
Nursery to eighth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 206
“William Spyropoulos” Greek American
Day School of St. Nicholas
43-15 196th Street
Flushing, NY 11358
Tel.: (718) 357-5583
Fax: (718) 428-3051
Principal: Mrs. Athena Kromidas
Founded: 1977
Nursery to eighth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 494
St. Demetrios Greek-American School of Astoria
30-03 30th Drive
Astoria, NY 11102
Elementary Tel. (718) 728-1100
Middle School Tel. (718) 726-6734
High School Tel. (718) 728-1754
Fax: (718) 726-3482
Principal: Mr. Anastasios Koularmanis
Founded: 1957
Pre-K to twelfth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 525
TEXAS
Annunciation Orthodox School
3600 Yoakum Boulevard
Houston, TX 77006
Tel.: (713) 620-3600
Fax: (713) 620-3605
Principal: Mr. Mark Kelly
Founded: 1970
Pre-K to eighth grade
2001–2002 enrollment: 620
Archdiocese Parochial and afternoon school students participating in the citywide New York Daily News Spelling Bee.
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ORTHODOX OBSERVER
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021-0106 • Tel.: (212) 570-3555 • Fax: (212) 774-0239
Web: (http://www.observer.goarch.org) • Email: [email protected]
Stavros H. Papagermanos, Director & Executive Editor
Greek Press Officer
Email: [email protected]
Jim Golding (Chryssoulis), Editor
Email: [email protected]
Nikos Katsanevakis, Production / Lay-out
Email: [email protected]
Soula Podaras, Administrative Assistant
Email: [email protected]
Abel Montoya, Production / Graphics
Email: [email protected]
In 1934, Archbishop Athenagoras established
the Orthodox Observer as a monthly publication
that was mostly a theological review, and partly
news magazine.
Thirty years ago, Archbishop Iakovos desiring to
create a communications tool for the Archdiocese to directly inform the faithful of the varied
ministries and activities of the Church, in addition
to its spiritual message, established the tabloid
newspaper format which evolved through the
years to its current form.
The first issue of the Orthodox Observer as a
newspaper was published in October of 1971.
Since then it has provided a wide range of news
and information about the Church, its ministries
and the activities of its many communities to a
readership of more than 500,000 throughout the
United States and around the world.
True to its goals, the newspaper has become part
of the life of the Greek Orthodox faithful in the
Americas. It bridges the often enormous distances
between the numerous communities in the Archdiocese, reaches the unchurched and helps
create a feeling of identity among parishioners,
keeping them informed on a multitude of subjects. Through its bilingual content, it serves all
parishioners regardless of background.
• Communicates the message of the Gospel
throughout the Archdiocese.
• Provides general news of local, national
and international interest about the Church.
Publishes news of the Archdiocese as a whole
as well as news, activities and programs of the
eight dioceses.
• Presents timely articles on the Orthodox faith,
our heritage and the Church’s policies.
• Publishes features and columns by outstanding
writers. Among its regular contributors are
theologians of the Church who provide spiritual
and theological guidance.
• Presents and promotes the activities and
missions of the Archdiocese national
ministries, departments and institutions.
• Features permanent pages such as the
National Philoptochos page and Challenge, a
page addressing issues concerning the Youth.
• Publishes encyclicals, statements and opinions
of the Church’s leadership, provides an
Orthodox perspective on major issues of the
day, and a forum for opinions and new ideas.
Mission
• Provides extensive coverage of the Ecumenical
Patriarchate and the activities of His All
Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew,
who has been taking the message of
Orthodoxy throughout the world.
The Orthodox Observer acts as a direct link
between the leadership of the Church and each
individual reader. It plays a dominant role in communicating the message and the activities of our
Church and in enlightening and informing the
Greek Orthodox community. It serves its needs in
a number of ways:
Through the years, the Observer has undergone
many changes and improvements. One result has
been a dramatic rise in its readership from a circulation of about 45,000 in the 70’s, to the current
circulation of around 140,000.
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Developments
ORTHODOX OBSERVER
A national survey conducted for the 1992 New
Orleans Clergy-Laity Congress shows that reliance
on the Observer as a primary source of information
for the Greek Orthodox Community has increased
significantly: According to a 1979 Gallup survey,
50 percent of respondents indicated that the
Orthodox Observer was their principal information source about Greek Orthodox affairs. The
1991-92 national survey showed that figure considerably increased to 83 percent. A new national
survey is now due and will be conducted this year
through the pages of the Orthodox Observer.
A new effort to improve the cost effectiveness as
well as the contents and the overall appearance
of the Observer has been undertaken the last few
years. The Orthodox Observer is
produced entirely in-house, with
substantial and immediate savings
in its production costs and consequently its overall cost to the Church.
Furthermore, the in-house production of the newspaper makes
possible extending the
deadlines for more
timely articles and
news items, improving the quality of
photographs, utilizing
color in every page,
more graphics and
visual highlights.
A complete overhaul
and continued proper
maintenance of its subscription database and
mailing list will become possible this year, while
a further increase of the advertising and sponsorship revenue is actively pursued. At the same
time, more demanding selection of submitted
material and expansion of its focus is expected to
improve the contents.
The Orthodox Observer is also published on the
World Wide Web (http://www.observer.goarch.org)
and is available to Internet users around the world
in its entirety and in its original format as a PDF
document (Adobe Acrobat – Portable Document
Format) for viewing, downloading or printing.
In this era of electronic dissemination of news and
information the Orthodox Observer in cooperation and with the invaluable help of the Department
of Internet Ministries, is planning to establish a
complete electronic edition of the Observer on
the Internet that will be integrated with the current
printed publication. The “Orthodox Observer
Online” will be available on the web and on both
Palm OS and Windows CE handheld devices. It
will be a living virtual magazine providing Orthodox
Christians with daily and weekly news and information about the faith. Select articles will be linked
to online chat rooms, providing the faithful with
an opportunity to interact with other Orthodox
Christians online.
Goals
Dynamic faith, limitless love and
unbreakable unity, these are the three
goals set by His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios for the Archdiocese
as a whole. The Observer strives to
adhere to and promote these goals.
His Eminence
believes that by promoting the ministries
of the Church and its
special interest for the
younger generation,
the Observer can serve
as a vehicle to reach an
audience as wide as
possible and also as a
conduit to bring back
closer to the Church those
Orthodox who are unchurched, as well as many
others who seek to learn more about Orthodox
Christianity thus bringing additional members to
our communities.
The Orthodox Observer has been carrying
the message of the Church for the better part of
the last century. It is now the largest circulation
Orthodox publication in the entire world. Under
the guidance of Archbishop Demetrios, we will
continue fulfilling this ministry in the years to come
for the good of our Church.
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NEWS & INFORMATION/PUBLIC AFFAIRS
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel.: (212) 570-3530 • Fax: (212) 774-0215
Email: [email protected]
Presvytera Nikki Stephanopoulos, Director/Press Officer
Email: [email protected]
“As a Greek American Orthodox Community abundantly blessed by God, as a Church destined by the
grace of God to be His witness in the Western Hemisphere, we are facing the challenging new millennium
with a triple task ahead: The task of offering to our contemporary American society our ageless traditions
of faith as worship, faith as love, and faith as truth, in an alive, convincing and rejuvenating way.”
(Archbishop Demetrios Keynote Address—July 3, 2000)
MISSION STATEMENT
The News and Information/Public Affairs Director is responsible for the coordination of the English and Greek Press
Offices, Radio and Television Office (GOTelecom) and Archdiocese involvement in matters of public and political affairs in
the United States and relations with the White House, Congress, academic leaders, local and state officials. Further the
Office is responsible for the implementation of programming
for public events involving the Archdiocese, and the ClergyLaity Congresses.
• Sept. 21 – Leadership 100 Gives $500,000 Emergency Grant to
Archdiocese for September 11 Relief Fund
• Sept. 21 – Archbishop Demetrios Discusses the Tragedy of
September 11 on The National Radio Ministry
• Sept. 23 – President Bush Invites Archbishop Demetrios and
Other Religious Leaders to White House for Meeting Prior to
Addressing the Nation, Archbishop Visits Pentagon Site and Gives
Benediction at Prayer for America at Yankee Stadium
• Sept. 25 – Archbishop Demetrios Welcomes U.S. Ambassador to
Greece Thomas J. Miller to the Archdiocese
The horrific events of September 11, 2001 defined the major
effort of the Office of News and Information and Public Affairs
in 2001. The single minded emphasis by His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios and the staff of the Archdiocese was to
determine how best to serve the victims, the survivors and
their families, the Orthodox family and the Nation, as we
united in facing the tragedy of September 11th. The following
are the news releases and advisories distributed since Sept.
11th. In addition, the Office received hundreds of emails,
telephone calls and faxes from individuals throughout the
world of all faiths and nationalities and from the media,
requesting information, interviews, asking how they could help
and expressing their distress at the suffering in New York and
more specifically, the destruction of St. Nicholas Greek
Orthodox Church. We responded to all such requests to the
best of our ability.
• Sept. 27 – Ecumenical Patriarchate Pledges $50,000 for
Rebuilding of St. Nicholas Church
SEPTEMBER 11 RELEASES AND ADVISORIES
SPECIAL PROJECTS
Production of a one-hour special to be broadcast on NBC
between Christmas 2002 and Epiphany 2003. The show is a
designated liturgical program of the National Council of
Churches. The focus will be on the Greek Orthodox celebration of Epiphany, centering on the celebration in Tarpon
Springs, FL. The show will be produced by GOTelecom in
conjunction with the Office of News and Information.
• Sept.11 – Statement of Archbishop Demetrios on Behalf of the
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
• Sept.14 – President George W. Bush to Visit WTC Site Today.
Religious Leaders Including Archbishop Demetrios Will Join
President Bush, Governor Pataki, Mayor Giuliani, and Other
Public Officials, in Witness and Prayer.
• Sept. 14 – Archbishop Demetrios Offers Prayers at Tragedy Site,
Presides at Prayer Service at Holy Trinity Cathedral
• Sept. 14 – Archbishop Demetrios Announces the Establishment
of September 11 Relief Fund
• Sept. 14 – St. Nicholas Church Destroyed in Twin Towers Attack
• Sept. 19 – Archbishop Demetrios Announces IOCC Coordination
of Relief Centers
• Sept. 20 – National Orthodox September 11 Relief Fund and
Centers
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• Sept. 27 – Archbishop Demetrios to Celebrate Divine Liturgy
Followed by Memorial Service for Victims of Sept. 11 and Service
of Thanksgiving for Survivors and Families
• Sept. 28 – Italian City of Bari Pledges $5000,000 for
Reconstruction
• Oct. 5 – Foreign Minister of Greece George Papandreou
Visits Ground Zero with His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios
Announces Pledge of $500,000 For Reconstruction of
St. Nicholas Church
• Oct. 17 – October 21st Marked as 40-Day Nationwide Greek
Orthodox Memorial Service for Victims of September 11 Attacks
• Oct. 18 – American Jewish Committee Donates $10,000
For Rebuilding of St. Nicholas Church
Assistance on PBS/ODYSSEY Television Project THE OTHER
HOLY LAND, filmed in Turkey and the United States and including interviews with His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch
Bartholomew, His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios and other
consultants. This program is scheduled for broadcast
by Easter 2002. Funding assistance has been provided by
Leadership 100.
Production of Yearbook 2001 and Yearbook 2002.
GOTelecom
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel: (212) 570-3588 • Fax (212) 774-0223
Toll-Free: 1-800-888-6835
Email: [email protected] Web: [email protected]
Marissa P. Costidis, Managing Director
Email: [email protected]
The mission of GOTelecom is to serve the needs of the Greek
Orthodox Church in America by producing and disseminating
religious, cultural and educational mass media materials pertaining to Orthodox Christianity and Hellenic Culture.
The mission is three-fold:
1) internally to archive the activities of the Archdiocese and the
Archbishop,
2) to produce in-house programs that educate and awaken our
faithful about the ministries of our Archdiocese (i.e. Hellenic
College/Holy Cross School of Theology, St. Basil Academy,
etc.) and,
3) to produce programs of quality that can be distributed nationally on television and through video (full-length programs and
public service announcements).
GOTelecom is honored to participate in the following grants that
have recently been awarded by Leadership 100:
• Department of Archives: Video Archives. This grant will archive
the video and film footage currently held by the Archdiocese
onto DVD media. The current video and film stock is beginning
to deteriorate and without proper archival onto DVD the
Archdiocese will lose this historical, valuable footage.
• Archdiocese Quarterly Video News Program. This grant will
establish a quarterly video news programs produced by the
Archdiocese to highlight the Archdiocese, Diocese and ministries of the Church. Copies will be provided to each parish
quarterly with instructions on group viewing at the parish level.
This will enable the Archbishop and Archdiocese to directly
speak to all parishioners nationwide. A copy will also be
posted on our web site.
• Youth Ministry Teen Video Series. The Office of Youth and
Young Adult Ministries has asked GOTelecom to produce the
Youth Ministry Teen Video Series. Two programs have already
been completed.
Additionally, GOTelecom is in various stages of production on the
following projects:
• Hellenic College/Holy Cross Promotional Videotape
• Orthodox Christian Mission Center promotional, fundraising
videotape
• St. Photios Shrine promotional, fundraising videotape
• Children's Learn Greek videotape
• National Network broadcast of Epiphany to air on NBC in 2003
PROGRAMS
Throughout our fifteen years, we have been able to produce over
157 programs; and have received awards from many organizations. Our two EMMY Awards have shown our faithful that
Orthodox Christianity can be proclaimed with originality and
excitement.
Nicholas J. Furris, Senior Producer/Director
Email: [email protected]
In 2001 we have produced the following video presentations
• Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew Visits the Diocese of
Detroit
• LIVE Great and Holy Friday Service from the Cathedral of
the Holy Trinity in New York City
• LIVE Holy Thursday Service from St. Demetrios in
Jamaica, NY
• LIVE Holy Wednesday Service from St. Paul Cathedral in
Hempstead, NY
• Substance Abuse: Our Kids are not Immune produced in
cooperation with the National Youth Ministry Office and the
Denver Diocese Youth Ministry Office
• Leadership 100 Conference January 2001
3-part video presentation
• Archbishop Anastasios Athenagoras Award
for Human Rights
• Special Holiday Message of His Eminence,
Archbishop Demetrios
• LIVE–Resurrection Service–Cathedral of the
Holy Trinity, NYC
Distribution
The Department has continued its sales of videotapes, through
ads in the Orthodox Observer, to our parishes, schools, universities and homes. Our daily duties include fulfillment of these
orders. Additionally, in 2000 and 2001, GOTelecom has acquired
the rights to distribute the following programs,
Video: The Greeks: Crucible of Civilization; Bible on Video:
Genesis & Luke; Where Jesus Walked; I, Paul; The Story of the
Twelve Apostles; Jesus of Nazareth, King of Kings; The Greatest
Story Ever Told; Mary, Mother of Jesus; Byzantium; Jesus for
Kids; The First Christmas; Hanna-Barbera Animated Bible Stories;
A Very Veggie Christmas
Audio: Living Water, Jimmy Santis; Signs of a Miracle, Jimmy Santis
Broadcasting
For His Eminence, Archbishop Demetrios’s Holiday Messages,
GOTelecom provides over 25 Greek television producers and over
60 radio producers in the United States with tapes for airing, at
no cost. GOTelecom occasionally broadcasts its programs on
national networks and on local cable television systems, and to
an increasing extent on radio.
For a free catalogue and for more information please contact
our office.
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INTERNET MINISTRIES
50 Goddard Ave., Brookline, MA 02445 • Tel: (617) 850-1350 • Fax: (617) 850-1490
Web: http://www.internet.goarch.org
Theo Nicolakis, Director [email protected]
Bill Flegas, Assistant Director [email protected]
Nick Halkias, Webmaster [email protected]
MISSION AND
RESPONSIBILITIES
The mission of Internet Ministries is to follow the commandment of our Lord Jesus Christ who said: “Go into all the world
and proclaim the good news to the whole creation” (Mark
16.15). Internet Ministries is dedicated to utilizing the medium
of computers and the Internet for the proclamation of the
Good News of the Gospel and for the advancement of Orthodox Christian ministry.
Internet Ministries is charged with the development and
expansion of the Archdiocese's presence on the Internet and
the World Wide Web, as well as the integration of new Internet technologies for Orthodox Christian ministry. In this
capacity, Internet Ministries manages and facilitates Internet
development for all Archdiocesan departments, institutions,
and organizations. The department also coordinates computer-based multimedia development for the Archdiocese.
The Department of Internet Ministries (an expansion of the
former Orthodox Ministry ACCESS) is the result of the vision
and support of Leadership 100.
WEB SITE DEDICATED TO
SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
Responding to the tragic events of September 11th, the
Department of Internet Ministries established a web site for
the clergy, laity and news media. This web site features extensive resources including: psalms, special prayers, and
services of intercession; an extensive photogallery of the
Church’s response; sermons; youth ministry sessions and
Sunday School lesson plans on these tragic events; guides
for parents.
NATIONAL PROGRAMS
The Department of Internet Ministries has begun a national
initiative to connect every diocese and parish to the Internet.
Under this plan, each diocese will maintain a local Internet
ministry team coordinated by the Archdiocese. The diocesan
Internet teams have the responsibility of maintaining and
updating the diocesan web sites as well as coordinating the
Internet connectivity of every parish in each diocese. Internet
Ministries is currently coordinating with the Information
Technology Department’s Free Computer Program to connect every parish in the Archdiocese to the Internet.
FREE WEB HOSTING PROGRAM
Since 1996, Internet Ministries has provided free web site
hosting for all parishes, institutions, and organizations in the
Archdiocese. Through this program, dozens of parishes have
been able to build and develop their web sites and also take
advantage of many current and new Internet technologies
used by the Archdiocese, such as dynamic news generation;
live and archived Internet broadcasting; interactive chat
rooms; e-mail listservers; 3-D site map generation; and
multiple e-mail accounts. In 2002, this program will be
expanded to include enhanced offerings as part of the new
Archdiocese web site.
FREE WEB-BASED CALENDAR
SOFTWARE FOR PARISHES
Internet Ministries has licensed web-based calendar software for all parishes and organizations in the Archdiocese.
This software is being made available free of charge through
the Department of Internet Ministries. The software provides
an interactive calendar of events to keep parishioners and
organizational members abreast of upcoming events.
NEW WEB SITE
In 2002, Internet Ministries will be launching a new web site
for the Archdiocese. This new web site, made possible by a
grant from Leadership 100, will offer new and revolutionary
tools for Archdiocesan communications and parish ministry.
The new site will contain dozens of new features including: a
completely new site design, a new calendar of saints lives,
an online chapel with the daily Gospel and Epistle readings,
a module to assist parishes build their weekly bulletin online,
a searchable national calendar of events, weekly video
programs, and a new online parish directory.
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LIVE INTERNET
BROADCASTING SERVICES
Internet Ministries provides live audio and video broadcasting
services over the Internet in Real Audio and Real Video format.
Each week, the Archdiocese broadcasts the liturgical services of the Orthodox Church via the Internet live. Since
beginning this free service for parishes in 1997, the department has broadcast hundreds of liturgical services and
dozens of educational classes. A full listing of live broadcasts
is available online at: http://live.goarch.org
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
8 East 79th Street • New York, NY 10021 • (212) 774-0240
Web: http://www.infotech.goarch.org
Theo Nicolakis, Director [email protected]
Katerina Owyang, Administrative Assistant [email protected]
John Soteriou, Application Developer & Database Administrator [email protected]
Ken Rivera, Help Desk and Technical Support Coordinator [email protected]
Kashif Chaudhry, Help Desk [email protected]
MISSION AND
RESPONSIBILITIES
The mission of the Information Technologies Department
(IT) is to:
1) Establish secure, reliable, and effective information
systems within the Archdiocese and between the
Archdiocese, its dioceses and parishes
2) Maintain the infrastructure that supports those
systems
3) Provide technical support to the people who use
those systems
The fulfillment of this mission involves assessing the
informational flow and needs of the Archdiocese and implementing solutions to meet those needs. This departmental
mission is accomplished for the purpose of proclaiming the
Gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
The IT Department is responsible for all computer operations
and systems at the Archdiocese. Coordinating technology
efforts in the various Archdiocesan departments, organizations, and institutions is also a focal point for the IT
Department in order to improve the speed, efficiency, and
accuracy of information shared and disseminated. To this end,
the IT Department is currently working on a number of both
short-range and long-term initiatives to assist the Archdiocese
including:
LEADERSHIP 100
TECHNOLOGY GRANT
Thanks to the vision and support of Leadership 100, the IT
Department has received a grant in 2000 to upgrade its existing computer systems and install Lotus Notes as the standard
e-mail, calendaring, and collaboration package throughout the
Archdiocese. This grant has enabled the IT Department to
replace all outdated computer systems at the Archdiocese,
install new network servers and deploy Lotus Notes. The
replaced systems were given free to parishes as part of the
Free Computer Program.
FREE COMPUTER PROGRAM
In a program initiated by the IT Department and developed
with the Archdiocese Presbyters Council (APC), the Department of Stewardship Ministries, and the Department
of Youth and Young Adult Ministries, eight of the older
computer systems were given to St. Basil Academy and
34 systems were given to the neediest parishes in the Archdiocese who have a full-time priest and had submitted their
financial data to the Stewardship Department. Under this
program, the youth of the parish were then required to be
involved in the setup of the system. The IT Department would
like to expand this program to provide a free computer system
to every parish in the Archdiocese.
TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE
The Technology Committee acts as an advisory body to assist
the Archdiocese in its technology endeavors. The committee
members, made up of both clergy and laity from the Archdiocese and are actively involved with the IT Department
in various projects.
NEW DATABASE SYSTEM
Information—financial, sacramental, and statistical—and the
ability to interact with and manage that information is a key
element of the Archdiocese’s daily operations. To help the
Archdiocese serve its dioceses, parishes, and faithful more
effectively, the Archdiocese migrated all its data to a new
SQL database system in 2001 and will be implementing
the system in 2002. This new database will provide a
robust architecture and the framework to deploy and share
select information to dioceses, parishes, and the faithful
via the Internet.
INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADES
Over the past 2 years, the IT Department has been working
on a systematic upgrade of both Archdiocesan systems and
facilities. By the end of February 2002, the IT department
will have finished the renovation of its new technology
center and installed a new high-speed data network and
telephone system.
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YOUTH & YOUNG ADULT MINISTRIES
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY • Tel: (212) 570-3560 • Fax: (212) 774-0252
E-mail: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Mark A. Leondis, Director
Melissa Bazos, Resource Coordinator
The mission of the Archdiocese Department of Youth and Young Adult Ministries is to minister to youth
workers, young people and their families, enabling them to fully experience the Orthodox Faith; to
assist the local parish and diocese in creating and sustaining youth and young adult ministries; and
to create resources which are disseminated throughout our Archdiocese.
The Archdiocese Department of Youth and Young Adult Ministries works with the following ministries
of our Church: JOY (Junior Orthodox Youth), GOYA (Greek Orthodox Youth of America), YAL (Young
Adult League), OCF (Orthodox Christian Fellowship), EOCS (Eastern Orthodox Committee on
Scouting) and the Altar Boys.
The Department of Youth and Young Adult Ministries oversees the Office of Camping Ministries, Ionian
Village and the Campus Ministry effort throughout our Archdiocese. The Department also works
closely with each Diocese Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries.
Archdiocese Youth Ministry Team
The Archdiocese Youth Ministry Team is comprised of each Diocese Director of Youth and Young Adult
Ministries throughout our Archdiocese. This team meets bi-annually to share ideas, discuss pertinent
youth ministry information, and form committees to work on various projects. This team assists in the
vision planning and goal setting for the National Department.
National Young Adult League Board
The National YAL Board is comprised of two young adult representatives from each Diocese, Diocese
Directors of Youth and Young Adult Ministries and representatives from various institutions of our Archdiocese. This board meets bi-annually to govern and oversee the national YAL movement throughout
our Archdiocese. With great emphasis placed on the annual national conference, service projects and
fundraising efforts, the board works diligently to spread the Gospel of our Lord.
Spiritual Advisor, Rev. Fr. Mark A. Leondis
National YAL Chairman, Mr. Evan Arapostathis,
RESOURCES
Orthodox Christian Teen Video Series
The National Department has developed the Orthodox Christian Teen Video Series. This series highlights
various issues our young people are facing daily. There are currently two videos in the series produced,
“Substance Abuse: Our Kids are not Immune” and “Sexual Purity”. Other video titles include: Teen
Violence, Abuse, Witnessing Your Faith and Repentance. All videos include a resource book for parish
programming.
Planner
The Planner, an Orthodox daily organizer and calendar, provides the reader with a daily and weekly guide
that includes bible readings, quotes from the fathers, saints commemorated, fasting periods and
meditations based on yearly themes.
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YOUTH & YOUNG ADULT MINISTRIES
Parish Ministry Guidelines
Guidelines have been published and prepared for each youth ministry of our Church. Guidelines
for developing and sustaining parish ministries include HOPE, JOY, GOYA, YAL, OCF, Scouting and
Altar Boy Training.
The Challenge
The Challenge is the monthly youth and young adult ministry supplement of the Orthodox Observer.
This supplement features articles for youth, parents and youth workers, upcoming events youth
worker tips and family sessions.
Youth Worker Training
The National Department offers in depth training for Youth Workers, parents and teenage leaders on
parish, regional and the diocesan level. Training is available on the following topics:
How to start a JOY, GOYA, YAL Ministry
Orthodox Youth Ministry
Building Bridges
Relational Ministry
Nuts and Bolts of Youth Ministry
Drugs and Alcohol
Counseling Teenagers
Teaching Abstinence
Family Ministry
Creative Teaching
NATIONAL CONFERENCES SPONSORED
Real Break
Sponsored by OCF, Real Break allows college age students to participate in short term mission trips
during their Spring Break. For the year 2002, the trips include Guatemala, Mexico, New York
(Saint Basil’s Academy) and San Francisco (Saint Raphael House).
College Conference
Sponsored by OCF, hundreds of college students gather at the Antiochian Village and St. Nicholas
Ranch for a week of Christian fellowship and education. The conference is available to college
students and young adults.
Young Adult League Conference
An annual Conference (Independence Day Weekend) that brings together hundreds of Young Adults
ages 18-35. These young adults experience their Orthodox Faith through Worship, Service, Witness
and Fellowship.
Youth and Young Adult Ministry Resource Center
Hellenic College/Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology
Telephone: (617) 850-1355
Fax: (617) 850-1464
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OFFICE OF CAMPING MINISTRIES
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY • Tel: (212) 570-3560
E-mail: [email protected]
The Office of Camping Ministries is an office of the Archdiocese Department of Youth and Young Adult
Ministries. The purpose of the Office of Camping Ministries is to provide direction and unity for camping
programs under the jurisdiction of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.
Whether an Archdiocesan, Diocesan or Parish level camp, the Office of Camping Ministries is responsible
for providing resources and training for camp staff, as well as for setting appropriate standards for camp
operation. The Office of Camping Ministries works directly with the Archdiocese Department of Youth and
Young Adult Ministries to create, implement and produce camp standards for Orthodox camping.
SUMMER CAMP PROGRAMS
ARCHDIOCESAN DISTRICT
DIOCESE OF DENVER
DIOCESE OF PITTSBURGH
Camp Good Shepherd
Contact Person: George Hazlaris
8 East 79th Street
New York, NY 10021
(212) 774-0296
Camp Emmanuel
Contact Person: Paul Zaharas
4610 East Alameda Avenue, D-1
Denver, CO 80246-1301
(303) 333-7794
www.godenverdiocese.org/youth/ocyc/live
Diocese Summer Camp Ministry
at Camp Nazareth
Contact Person: Vasie-Leigh Chames
5201 Ellsworth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
(412) 621-8543
www.odpgh.com/youthmain.html
DIOCESE OF ATLANTA
Cathedral of Atlanta Summer Camp
2500 Clairmont Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 633-5870
Saint Stephen Summer Camp (North)
Contact Person: Fr. Stavros Akrotirianakis
PO Box 8369
Asheville, NC 28801
(828)253-3754
Eastern Orthodox Youth Camp
Contact Person: Stacie Sampson
12001 Wornall Road
Kansas City, MO 64145
(816) 942-9100
DIOCESE OF DETROIT
Detroit Diocese Summer Camp
Contact Person: Perry Koulouras,
James Bakalis
Saint Stephen Summer Camp (South) 760 West Wattles Road
Troy, MI 48098
Contact Person: Fr. George Patides
(248) 269-9130
13460 Olympic Village Lane
www.detroit.goarch.org/ddsc/
Brooksville, FL 34614
(727) 345-8235
DIOCESE OF BOSTON
Contact Person: Philippe Mousis
162 Goddard Avenue
Brookline, MA 02445
(617) 277-4742
www.bostondiocese.org
DIOCESE OF CHICAGO
Camp Fanari
Contact Person: Fr. William Chiganos
2501 S. Wolf Road
Westchester, IL 60154
(708) 562-2744
St. Mary’s Church Camp
Contact Person: Doria Saros
3450 Irving Avenue, South
Minneapolis, MN 55408
(612) 825-9595
www.mnstmarysgoc.org
St Timothy’s Summer Camp
Contact Person: Fr. Tom Zaferes
325 Waring Road
Syracuse, NY 13224
(315) 446-5222
Diocese of Detroit Southern Camp
Contact Person: Nick Kotsis
19405 Renfrew
Detroit, MI 48221
(313) 864-7989
DIOCESE OF NEW JERSEY
Camp Good Shepherd
Contact Person: Fr. Bill Gikas
1811 Springfield Avenue
New Providence, NJ 07974
(908) 898-0988
CYC Summer Camp
Contact Person: George Maistros
PO Box 10848
Baltimore, MD 21234
(410) 319-9752
St. Nektarios Summer Camp
Contact Person: Mark Brown
808 North Broom Street
Wilmington, DE 19806
(302) 453-9761
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DIOCESE OF SAN FRANCISCO
St. Nicholas Ranch and
Retreat Center
Contact Person: Fr. Paul Schroeder
38526 Dunlap Road
(Mailing PO Box 400)
Dunlap, CA 93621
(559) 338-2103
Annunciation Cathedral Camp
Contact Person: Nick Vriheas
245 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 864-8000
Ascension Cathedral Camp
Contact Person: Dave Holland,
Tom Banis
4700 Lincoln Avenue
Oakland, CA 94602
(510) 531-3400
All Saints Camp
Contact Person: Kathy Mitalas
PO Box 23307
Seattle, WA 98102
(253) 265-6161
Camp Angelos Youth Camp
Contact Person: George Psihogios
3131 NE Glisan Street
Portland, OR 97232
(503) 234-0468
Saint Sophia Camp
Contact Person: Fr. John S. Bakas,
Lee Ingraham
1324 S. Normandie Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90006
(213) 737-2424
IONIAN VILLAGE
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel.: (212) 570-3534 • Fax: (212) 774-0252
Web: www.ionianvillage.org
Email: [email protected]
A UNIQUE MINISTRY
Located in Greece, and operated by the Greek
Orthodox Archdiocese of America, Ionian Village
offers teenagers and young adults a spiritual
journey back to the roots of our faith and culture.
Young people experience the timeless treasures of
Orthodoxy, in a land that has always been Orthodox, and the wealth of Hellenism in its birthplace.
Lifelong friendships and a greater appreciation for
their faith and culture are the benefits young people derive from their Ionian Village experience.
Since its founding in 1970, over 15,000 teenagers
and young adults have been part of Ionian Village.
with morning and evening prayers, and our trips
include visits to churches and monasteries.
Travel is a big part of what we do at Ionian Village
with an extensive travel schedule that takes young
people to some of the most significant religious,
cultural and historic sites in Greece and the Greek
Islands. Young people learn through experience,
as they see for themselves the timeless treasures
of Orthodox Christianity and of Greece.
THREE PROGRAMS
OFFERED BY AGE GROUP
Summer Travel Camp, for ages 12-15
Byzantine Venture, for ages 16-18
WHERE IS IONIAN VILLAGE?
Ionian Village is located on the northwest coast
of the Peloponnese, about 45 miles west of the
city of Patras. It offers a perfect setting for young
people to experience the beauty of Greece and
to grow in their Orthodox faith.
THE FACILITY
Overlooking the crystal blue waters of the Ionian
Sea, and designed with the look and feel of a
traditional Greek village, the facilities include the
following: a private beach, pine forests, whitewashed cabins, a Byzantine chapel, an Olympic
size swimming pool, athletic fields and courts, a
cafeteria, meeting halls and activity buildings, and
an outdoor amphitheater.
Spiritual Odyssey, for young adults, 19 and older
HOW TO REGISTER
Contact our office to obtain our detailed informational brochure, a camper application, and the
dates and costs for the upcoming summer. The
brochure and application will contain all the information on the program and the forms that must
be completed for registration. Applications are
available on-line at www.ionianvillage.org.
Experience Greece!
THE PROGRAM
Daily life at Ionian Village includes activities that
emphasize fun, fellowship and learning. There are
daily workshops in arts and crafts, music and
Greek culture, athletics, aquatics and Orthodox
life. We also spend time at the pool or beach
every day that we are in camp. Each night, there
is a different evening activity including a Greek
Glendi, a talent show, a pool party, camp-wide
sporting events, music festivals, a bonfire on the
beach, a dinner dance, and much more. Our faith
is at the heart of everything we do at Ionian
Village. Each day begins and ends at the chapel
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OFFICE OF ECUMENICAL
AND INTERFAITH RELATIONS
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel.: (212) 570-3593 • Fax: (212) 774-0202
Email: [email protected] Web: www.ecumenical.goarch.org
His Grace Bishop Dimitrios of Xanthos, Director
Email: [email protected]
Cleo Kennedy, Assistant
Email: [email protected]
The Ecumenical Office has as its main function the
task of providing information, stimulating interest
and coordinating ecumenical activities on the archdiocesan, diocesan and parish levels. It adheres
to the principle that Orthodoxy and Orthodox
ecumenism must always speak the truth, never
compromising the integrity and purity of Orthodox
teachings, but always respecting the sincerity of
the religious convictions and spiritual sensitivities
of others.
Christian Mission Center (OCMC); The Military
Chaplaincy Commission; the Study and Planning Commission; the Scouting Commission;
the Orthodox Campus Commission; and the
Social and Moral Issues Commission.
D) Bilateral Theological Dialogues of SCOBA
The following bilateral theological dialogues
are coordinated by this office:
It involves the following areas of interest:
1. Joint Commission of Eastern and Oriental
Orthodox Churches
A) The National Council of Churches of
Christ in the USA (NCCC)
2. North American Orthodox/Roman Catholic
Theological Consultation
The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese is represented by clergy and laity on several committees.
B) The World Council of Churches (WCC)
The Archdiocese is not a member, but participates in work of the WCC, through the
membership of the Ecumenical Patriarchate
of Constantinople.
C) Standing Conference of the Canonical
Orthodox Bishops in the Americas
(SCOBA) (see page 82)
Established in 1960, SCOBA brings together
the canonical hierarchs of the Orthodox
Jurisdictions in America. The purpose of the
Conference is to make the ties of unity among
the canonical Orthodox Churches and their
administrations stronger and more visible.
The following commissions carry out the decisions of SCOBA: Orthodox Christian Education
Commission (OCEC); International Orthodox
Christian Charities (IOCC); The Orthodox
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3. Joint Committee of Orthodox/Roman
Catholic Bishops
4. Lutheran/Orthodox Dialogue
5. Episcopal/Orthodox Dialogue
E) Fraternal Visitations
The Ecumenical Office coordinates visitations
of various dignitaries, heads of communions
and their delegations, to the Archdiocese
and/or to the various institutions of the
Archdiocese.
F) Inter-Religious Agencies
Ongoing relations take place with other groups
involved in ecumenical work, such as the
American Jewish Committee, the National
Conference of Community and Justice (NCCJ),
the World Conference of Religion and Peace
(WCRP), Appeal of Conscience Foundation,
and state councils of churches, etc.
MARRIAGE AND FAMILY
Rev. Fr. Charles Joanides, Ph.D., LMFT., Researcher
Email: joanidesch @aol.com
Web: www.interfaith.goarch.org
The Department of Family and Marriage has been established to deal with issues relevant to these
fundamental institutions of vital importance for the Church and for Society. A significant part of the
work of the department is the issue of inter -Christian marriages.
Vital statistics kept by the Department of Registry indicate that the numbers of inter-Christian
marriages conducted in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America (GOA) have steadily increased.
Today, nearly two thirds of all marriages conducted in the GOA are designated inter-Christian.
Given these and other similar statistics, the Archdiocese has chosen to view these trends as a challenge
and an opportunity for growth. With love toward all, and with a vigor to witness Orthodoxy to all
persons who choose to worship in the GOA, the Archdiocese has created the Department of Marriage
and Family, and has taken a proactive approach in its efforts to reach out to intermarried couples and
their families. Some of the steps taken in this specific issue are the following:
• Up until recently, there was limited empirical evidence to help guide the GOA’s
leadership in its efforts to minister to intermarried couples and their families.
This deficiency has been addressed, and a clearer picture is now available from
the Interfaith Research Project (IRP).
• An Interfaith Marriage Web site has been up and running which (a) provides
results from the IRP, (b) affords interfaith couples and other interested persons
opportunities to offer feedback and ask questions on two separate chat rooms,
and (c) allows spouses and couples the latitude to communicate privately
with the proper person in the Department regarding issues of a personal,
semi-therapeutic nature.
• A regular column has been featured in the Orthodox Observer.
• Articles have been authored for professional journals as well as theological
publications
• A resource entitled, When Couples Intermarry: A Resource for Couples,
Parents and their Families is now available.
• A companion resource for clergy and lay leaders is well on its way toward
completion.
• Marital enhancement workshops and retreats have been conducted across
the GOA for clergy, laity, and interfaith couples. (Those desiring more information
about these workshops may contact the Department)
The primary purpose behind this work has been to assist the GOA at the Archdiocesan, Diocesan
and local church level in its efforts to reach out to intermarried spouses, couples, and their families.
To that end, emphasis has also been made to constructively impact GOA members' attitudes toward
interfaith marriages.
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ARCHIVES
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel.: (212) 570-3517 • Fax: (212) 570-3562
Email: [email protected] Web: www.archives.goarch.org
Nikie Calle, Director of Archives
Email: [email protected]
Since the establishment of the first Greek
Orthodox Church in 1864, the evolution of the
Greek-American community has been a primary
concern of the leadership of the Church. To meet
this concern this department works to maintain
the historical documents of the Greek Orthodox
Church and of Hellenism in the Americas.
Church development. Among the categories
indexed are:
Established more than thirty years ago, the
Department of Archives is an important ministry of
the Holy Archdiocese. The department continues
on its missions of becoming a repository of select
resources that bear witness to the richness of our
Greek Orthodox faith in the Americas and the
indelible history of the Archdiocese. It has undertaken the task of systematically evaluating,
organizing and classifying voluminous files, dating
back as far as 1918. These documents record the
history, progress, and growth of the Church and
its institutions, of the Greek-American community, and of numerous fraternal, social, cultural, and
educational organizations. Of primary concern to
this department is the need to preserve and
restore historical documents. Many of these
records are irreplaceable and in danger of disintegrating because of age. Extreme care is taken to
restore and preserve them.
3. The structure and reorganization of the
Archdiocese;
Included in the Archives files are hundreds of documents representing numerous categories of
1. The establishment and incorporation of the
Archdiocese;
2. The historical development of key institutions
and governing bodies within the Church;
4. The listings of all clergymen within the hierarchy
of the Church;
5. The progress of the ecumenical movement;
6. The records of the Ecumenical and Orthodox
Patriarchates.
In addition, Archives has gathered an extensive
photograph file and book collection on Hellenism
in America.
Undoubtedly, the most extensive and authentic
repository of the history of the Greek Orthodox
Church and of Greeks in America, the Office of
Archives is now in a position to offer its services to
scholars, researchers and authors. It is ready to
provide them with the resources necessary for
their research. Information and photographs are
available upon request.
Archbishop Demetrios presents the
Athenagoras Human Rights Award
to Archbishop Anastasios of Albania,
with Archbishop Iakovos and Archon
Commander Dr. Anthony Limberakis.
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ARCHDIOCESE BENEFITS COMMITTEE
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel.: (212) 570-3535 • Fax: (212) 774-0294
Email: [email protected] Web: www.benefits.goarch.org
As Orthodox Christians we are called to trust in
the Lord for all our needs both human and spiritual. We know, however, that we must do our
share. For the spiritual “security” of our souls we
must pray, fast, confess and live a Christ-like life.
For the physical “security” of our lives we must
institute a pension, life insurance, medical and
disability program.
To address the temporal needs of our clergy the
Archdiocese Benefits Committee has been
established. This is the legal body of the Church in
America that has the responsibility for the overall
benefits of the clergy and lay employees of the
Archdiocese.
The Archdiocese Benefits Committee meets
twice a year, each Spring and Fall, to receive and
act on reports from its standing committees. Each
standing committee consists of clergy and laypersons with particular interest and professional
expertise in the areas the committee oversees.
ARCHDIOCESE BENEFITS COMMITTEE
Rev. Fr. J. Moulketis, Chairman
Rev. Fr. J. Maheras, Vice Chairman
Rev. Fr. J. Rousakis, Secretary
V. Rev. Fr. T. Bakakos
Rev. Fr. S. Callos
Rev. Fr. S. Dorozenski
Rev. Fr. S. Kyriacou
Rev. Fr. C. Pavlakos
Rev. Fr. D. Strouzas
ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE
Rev. Fr. D. Strouzas, Chairman
V. Rev. Fr. T. Bakakos
Rev. Fr. M. Kontogiorgis
Rev. Fr. J. Moulketis
Mr. M. Marks
Mr. T. Monfried
INVESTMENT COMMITTEE
Rev. Fr. S. Kyriacou, Chairman
Rev. Fr. C. Pavlakos
Mr. A. Anagnos
Mr. M. Marks
Mr. P. Vlachos
Mr. A. Zagoreos
The Administration Committee meets at least
four times a year. It is responsible for the operation
of the Pension Plan. It establishes rules for
its administration and acts on applications for
pension benefits and related issues.
INSURANCE PLANS COMMITTEE
Rev. Fr. S. Dorozenski, Chairman
Rev. Fr. J. Maheras
Rev. Fr. C. Sitaras
The Benevolence Committee considers and
acts on requests for financial assistance for
clergy and their families.
BENEVOLENCE COMMITTEE
V. Rev. Fr. T. Bakakos, Chairman
Rev. Fr. S. Callos
Rev. Fr. J. Rousakis
The Investment Committee meets regularly to
review the investment performance of the Pension
Fund against established objectives and strategies. It establishes the investment guidelines
and has the power to appoint and dismiss the
funding agent(s).
ARCHDIOCESE BENEFITS OFFICE:
Mrs. Katherine L. Peters, Director
Email: [email protected]
Mrs. Anna Vrettos, Pension Specialist
Email: [email protected]
Mr. Peter Boulas, Accountant
Email: [email protected]
The Insurance Plans Committee meets as
needed to consider issues related to the
Archdiocese-sponsored insurance plans. It
selects the insurance carrier, appoints the brokeradministrator and negotiates benefits and rates.
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ARCHONS OF THE
ECUMENICAL PATRIARCHATE
8 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel.: (212) 570-3550 • Fax: (212) 774-0214
Email: [email protected] Web: www.archons.patriarchate.org
Linda L. Paul, Administrator
Email: [email protected]
The Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of the Order of St. Andrew the Apostle are laymen of the
Archdiocese who have been honored for their outstanding service to the Church by having a Patriarchal
title, or “offikion,” bestowed upon them by His All Holiness, the Ecumenical Patriarch. Those upon whom
this title of the Byzantine Church has been conferred are known as “Archons of the Great Church of
Christ,” and the titles are personally conferred by the Exarch of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in the
Americas, His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
Anthony J. Limberakis,M.D.
National Commander
Aktouarios
Nicholas J. Bouras
Executive Vice Commander
Depoutatos
John Halecky, Jr.
Secretary
Ekdikos
James C. Fountas
Treasurer
Depoutatos
Christopher Stratakis
Legal Counselor
Archon Notarios
Christo Daphnides
Historian
Kastrinsios
Steve E. Alexander, Depoutatos
George D. Behrakis, Depoutatos
Constantine G. Caras, Skevophylax
Andreas D. Comodromos, Dikaiophylax
Gregory G. Demetrakas, Depoutatos
Theodore D. Demetriou, Exarchos
Nikitas Drakotos, Depoutatos
Kirk P. Kalemkeris, M.D., Aktouarios
George C. Kiriakopoulos, M.D.,
Aktouarios
Elias J. Kulukundis, Referendarios
Spiro J. Macris, D.D.S., Hieromnimon
John M. Mavroudis, Archon Notarios
John N. Panas, Depoutatos
Steven P. Papadatos, Ostiarios
George S. Regas, Skevophylax
George E. Safiol, Archiophylax
Christopher Stratakis, Notarios
Costas N. Trataros, Notarios
Hon. Nicholas Tsoucalas, Hartoularios
Konstantine L. Vellios, Depoutatos
National Council of the Order of St. Andrew
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EMERITUS &
HONORARY MEMBERS
Chris Philip, D.D.S.
Commander Emeritus,
Megas Aktouarios
†Anthony G. Borden, M.D.
Commander Emeritus,
Megas Aktouarios
Anastasios E. Manessis,
Vice Commander Emeritus,
Megas Depoutatos
Prof. Deno J. Geanakoplos,
Historian Emeritus,
Didaskalos Tou Genous
Andrew A. Athens, Maestor
Thomas H. Bartzos, Ekdikos
†Mimis Therry, Depoutatos
ARCHONS OF THE
ECUMENICAL PATRIARCHATE
A
Elias S. Adamopoulos, M.D., Aktouarios
Nikolas Agathis, Exarchos
Frank P. Agnost, Notarios
John P. Alevizos, Depoutatos
Steve E. Alexander, Jr., Referendarios
Steve E. Alexander, Sr., Depoutatos
Menelaos A. Aliapoulios, M.D.,
Aktouarios
Tackos Alissandratos, Depoutatos
Peter Allan, Ph.D., Aktouarios
Alexander G. Anagnos, Depoutatos
Dino Anagnost, Exarchos
Ernest W. Anast, Kastrinsios
Theodore Anastasopoulos, Depoutatos
Ernie Anastos, Hieromnimon
Louis Anderson, Depoutatos
Anthony G. Andrikopoulos, Depoutatos
Nick Andriotis, Depoutatos
Andrew C. Andron, Depoutatos
George J. Aneson, Exarchos
Henry Angelo, Jr., Depoutatos
John C. Anggelis, Dikaiophylax
James Angelton, Hieromnimon
Constantine A. Anthony, Notarios
Daniel Anthony, Hartoularios
Arthur C. Anton, Depoutatos
Peter Anton, Depoutatos
John Antonopoulos, P.E. Hartophylax
Gregory N. Apostle, Depoutatos
Paul J. Apostolos, Notarios
Andrew P. Arbes, Depoutatos
George A. Aretakis, Notarios
George P. Argerakis, D.D.S.,
Ypomnimatographos
James A. Argeros, Notarios
James P. Argires, M.D., Aktouarios
Tom G. Argires, Depoutatos
Jerry C. Argiriadis, Depoutatos
Thomas A. Argyris, Ekdikos
Andrew S. Armatas, Hon. Ekdikos
William Aspros, Depoutatos
Emanuel Athanasiades, Ekdikos
Peter Athans, Skevophylax
Andrew A. Athens, Maestor
Thomas A. Athens, Depoutatos
William A. Athens, M.D., Aktouarios
B
Bob Bakalis, Maestor
Demetrios A. Bakalis, Notarios
George M. Bapis, Hartoularios
Tom Barbatsuly, Hieromnimon
John Bartholomew, Hartoularios
Thomas H. Bartzos, Ekdikos
Monte G. Basbas, Hon. Depoutatos
Angelo J. Bassett, Exarchos
Peter J. Bassett, Ekdikos
George S. Bebis, Th.D. Didaskalos Tou
Evangeliou
George Behrakis, Depoutatos
Alexander Bellas, Megas Referendarios
Angelo N. Berbatis, Ekdikos
Steve A. Betzelos, Hartoularios
Elias Betzios, Depoutatos
Michael Bilirakis, Hon. Notarios
John A. Billinis, Depoutatos
Nicolaos P. Bissias, Depoutatos
George Bithos, Exarchos
John Bober, Exarchos
Charles G. Bochanis, Depoutatos
Theodore Bogdanos, Hartoularios
Demetrios Boulafendis, Aktouarios
Nicholas J. Bouras, Depoutatos
Peter E. Bouras, Skevophylax
Efstathios L. Bourodimos, Ph.D.,
Notarios
William Boykas, Architekton
John Brademas, M.D.,
Megas Hartophylax
Alex R. Breno, Ekdikos
John G. Broumas, Depoutatos
Chris Brous, Architekton
George P. Brown, Exarchos
Emil Bzdil, Depoutatos
C
Paul Calamaras, Exarchos
Thomas Calamaras, Depoutatos
Peter G. Calomiris, Lambadarios
Tykye Camaras, Lambadarios
Tasso E. Camarinos, Dikaiophylax
Carl Cantonis Primikirios
George M. Cantonis, Exarchos
Michael G. Cantonis, Hieromnimon
Spiro G. Cappony, Hartoularios
Chris Caras, Hartoularios
Constantine C. Caras, Skevophylax
Michael C. Carlos, Ekdikos
Michael L. Carousis, Depoutatos
Constantine N. Cassis, Depoutatos
Nicholas Catranis, Ostiarios
John A. Catsimatidis, Notarios
Harry T. Cavalaris, Ekdikos
James T. Cavalaris, Depoutatos
Constantine P. Cavarnos, Ph.D.,
Depoutatos
George Chacopoulos, Diermineus
Michael H. Chakeres, Hieromnimon
Sotirios D. Chalios, Notarios
John Chamis, Depoutatos
Thomas L. Chase, Depoutatos
Angelos T. Chatas, Ekdikos
Nicholas Chatzopoulos, Aktouarios
Gus Cherevas, Kastrinsios
Peter Chergotis Jr., Depoutatos
Stephen Cherpelis, Dikatophylax
George Chimples, Megas Primikirios
William G. Chirgotis, Maestor
Evan Alevizatos Chriss, Depoutatos
George Christakis, M.D., Aktouarios
George Christopher, Megas
ProtoNotarios
Philip Christopher, Lambadarios
Peter J. Christopoulos, Primikirios
Nick D. Christy, Depoutatos
George Chryssis, Orphanotrophos
Gerald Clonaris, Depoutatos
Frank Cockinos, Architekton
William Cocorinis, Depoutatos
Gustav Coffinas, Megas Notarios
Nicholas Coffinas, Hon. Megas
Dikaiophylax
Vaseleos S. Colevas, Depoutatos
George A. Collias, Depoutatos
John S. Collis, M.D., Aktouarios
Andreas D. Comodromos, Dikaiophylax
George P. Condakes,
Megas Notarios
James P. Condakes, Depoutatos
Leo P. Condakes, Depoutatos
Sam Constant, Orphanotrofos
Alexander A. Constantaras, M.D.,
Nomophylax
Peter G. Constantine, Depoutatos
Platon Constantinides, Ekdikos
Demetrios Contos, Exarchos
Dale Cosgrove, Laosynaktis
Jerry A. Costacos, Exarchos
Demetrios Costaras, Notarios
Steve J. Costas, Depoutatos
Andreas Costea, Depoutatos
Costas Costidis, Ipomnimon
Peter Couchell, Hartoularios
George Coumantaros,
Megas Skevophylax
James S. Counelis, Ph.D., Hartoularios
Nicholas J. Coussoulis, Depoutatos
George S. Croffead, M.D., Aktouarios
D
George F. Dalianis, D.P.M., Aktouarios
Thomas Dallas, Hartophylax
James P. Danalis, Exarchos
Vassilios T. Daniels, Megas Depoutatos
George Danis, Hartoularios
Christos Daphnides, Kastrinsios
George Dariotis, Ostiarios
Lycurgos M. Davey, Aktouarios
Milton Davis, Depoutatos
James Demakas, Depoutatos
Christos P. Demakes, Exarchos
Louis F. Demakes, Depoutatos
Harry Demas, Aktouarios
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ARCHONS OF THE
ECUMENICAL PATRIARCHATE
George Demchenko, Megas
Referendarios
Thomas D. Demery, Depoutatos
George P. Demeter, Depoutatos
Harry Demeter Jr., Hon. Megas
Depoutatos
Gregory G. Demetrakas, Depoutatos
Peter G. Demetriades, Skevophylax
Michael Demetriou, Nomophylax
Kyriakos Demetriou, Depoutatos
Theodore D. Demetriou, Exarchos
Angelo P. Demos, Ekdikos
Emanuel G. Demos, Primikirios
George T. Demos, M.D., Aktouarios
Telemachus Demoulas, Depoutatos
John Demourkas, Ostiarios
John N. Deoudes, DepoutatosNotarios
Anthony S. Diavatis, Exarchos
Dennis K. Dickos, M.D., Aktouarios
James Dimitrion, Laosynaktis
Peter M. Dion, Depoutatos
Chris Dionis, Depoutatos
Louis Dolhy, Maestor
John H. Douglas, Exarchos
Robert Doumakes, Depoutatos
Peter N. Dourdas, Hartophylax
George M. Dovellos, Depoutatos
Peter Dragadzes, Megas Referendarios
Jeremiah A. Drake,
Didaskalos Tou Genous
Nikitas Drakotos, Depoutatos
Arthur G. Dukakis, Exarchos
Thomas Dushas, Depoutatos
David M. Dutko, Primikirios
Aristides Duzoglou, Maestor
Peter N. Fisfis, Depoutatos
James C. Fountas, Depoutatos
Charles C. Fourkas, Exarchos
Basil C. Foussianes,
Megas Ekdikos
Kenneth Frangadakis, Ostiarios
Leo Frangis, Kastrinsios
Eustace Frederick, Maestor
Emmanuel Fthenakis, Exarchos
E
Andrew C. Economides, Depoutatos
Theofanis V. Economidis, Ekdikos
James Economou, Horarchis
Anthony Economys, Ipomnimatografos
Peter E. Ellis, Depoutatos
Antonios Emmanouilidis, Primikirios
Andrew Evangelatos, Nomophylax
G
George P. Gabriel, Depoutatos
Michael Gabriel, M.D., Aktouarios
Nicholas Gage, Didaskalos
Tou Genous
John W. Galanis, Notarios
Nicholas Galifianakis, Depoutatos
Alvin C. Galloway, Depoutatos
Peter C. Gazes, M.D., Aktouarios
Deno J. Geanakoplos, Ph.D.,
Didaskalos Tou Genous
Anastasius J. Georgalas, Ekdikos
John W. Georgas, Hartophylax
James P. George, Ekdikos
Theodore George, Depoutatos
Charles M. Georgeson, Megas
Dikaiophylax
Cosmas S. Georgilakis, Depoutatos
Photios Gerasopoulos, Exarchos
Larry R. Gess Ph.D., Notarios
Manny A. Gianakakos, Depoutatos
Alec K. Gianaras, Depoutatos
Alexander Giannaras, Laosynaktis
John Gidicsin, Hartoularios
John Gikas, Depoutatos
John Giovanni, Notarios
Lee Gounardes, Kastrinsios
Steven Gounardes, D.D.S.
Hieromnimon
Michael C. Govostis, M.D., Aktouarios
Angelo Gregos, Exarchos
Nicholas E. Gretakis, Ekdikos
Gary Grysiak, Aktouarios
Michael Gurlides, Depoutatos
F
George Fallis, Depoutatos
Nikolai Fartuch, Kastrinsios
Christopher Fekos, Ekdikos
Gust Feles, Depoutatos
John Felix, Primikirios
Emmanuel Fellouzis, Exarchos
Jerry G. Felos, Depoutatos
Sam Felos, Hartoularios
Nicholas Fifis, Depoutatos
Orestis D. Finale, M.D., Kastrinsios
Frank Finui, Hartophylax
Michael Firilas, Depoutatos
H
John Halecky Jr., Ekdikos
Michael Halikias, Exarchos
Stephen E. Hall, Patriarchal Interpreter
George Hardy, Aktouarios
John Haretakis, Depoutatos
Antoine C. Harovas, M.D., Aktouarios
Nicholas S. Hetos, D.D.S. Depoutatos
Marinos D. Hionis, M.D., Aktouarios
Peter Holdanick, Ostiarios
John Charles Hrapchak, Ekdikos
George Husar, Hieromnimon
William A. Hunter, M.D., Hartoularios
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I
Constantine Ioannou, Notarios
Stratos Inglesis, Depoutatos
J
Michael Jaharis Jr, Exarchos
Gus J. James II, Skevophylax
John Johns, Dikaeophylax
Michael S. Johnson, Depoutatos
Theodore S. Johnson, Depoutatos
Chris Jouflas, Kastrinsios
K
Anastasios M. Kaklamanos, Depoutatos
Peter Kakoyiannis, Nomophylax
George Kalambokis, Depoutatos
Harry Kalas, Kastrinsios
Kirk P. Kalemkeris, M.D., Aktouarios
Nicholas Kalinin, Maestor
Nicholas G. Kallas, Depoutatos
Michael P. Kalleres, Vice-Adm.
Exarchos
James G. Kallins, Exarchos
Dimitrios Kaloidis, Hartoularios
Basil Kaloyanides, Depoutatos
Andrew G. Kampiziones, Depoutatos
Constantine P. Kanakis, Notarios
Nicholas Kanavas, Depoutatos
Thomas Kanelos, Depoutatos
John A. Kapioltas, Hartoularios
George Kappos, Maestor
Chris Karafotias, Ekdikos
Demetri Karagias, Aktouarios
George Karagias, Exarchos
Gus Karas, Depoutatos
Ignatius P. Karatassos, Depoutatos
Peter Karavites, Notarios
Andrew Kartalis, Hieromnimon
Peter N. Kartanos, Depoutatos
Stamati Kartolopoulos, Exarchos
Michael J. Katos, Depoutatos
Stephen Katos, Notarios
George Katsarides, Depoutatos
Constantine N. Katsoris, Prof. Ekdikos
John P. Kavooras, Ekdikos
George J. Kevgas, Depoutatos
Stothe P. Kezios, Ph.D., P.E.,
Ipomnimatografos
George C. Kiriakopoulos, D.D.S.,
Aktouarios
George P. Kokalis, Depoutatos
George Kokkinakis, Depoutatos
John M. Kokkins, Kastrinsios
John S. Kokonos, Ekdikos
Ernest T. Kolendrianos, M.D., Aktouarios
Harry Kolendrianos, Notarios
Thomas Koliopoulos, Depoutatos
Nicholas D. Konides, Exarchos
ARCHONS OF THE
ECUMENICAL PATRIARCHATE
John K. Kontinos, Depoutatos
Emmanuel Kontokosta, Depoutatos
Evris Kontos, Aktouarios
Andrew T. Kopan, Ph.D.,
Didaskalos Tou Genous
George J. Korkos, M.D., Aktouarios
Tom C. Korologos, Ekdikos
John Kost, Depoutatos
Peter E. Kostorizos, Exarchos
Charles H. Kotseas, Depoutatos
Theodore Kotsovolos, Notarios
George Koudelis, Hon. Ekdikos
Angelo C. Koukoulis, Hartophylax
Arthur G. Koumantzelis, Depoutatos
John A. Koumoulides, Ph.D.,
Hartophylax
Peter T. Kourides, Megas Nomophylax
Peter Kourmolis, Exarchos
Michael Kousaleos, Depoutatos
Dimitrios G. Kousoulas, Prof.
Depoutatos
Gus Kramis, Depoutatos
Christ G. Kraras, Aktouarios
Gust C. Kraras, Depoutatos
Thomas Kress, Notarios
Dino A. Kristakis, Ipomnimatografos
John Kritikos, Depoutatos
Michael P. Krone, Dikaiophylax
Lucas Ktistakis, Capt. Exarchos
Frank L. Kuchuris, Depoutatos
Elias J. Kulukundis, Referendarios
Michael Kunart, Orphanotrophos
John E. Kusturiss, Depoutatos
Michael E. Kusturiss Sr., Hieromnimon
Andreas C. Kyprianides, Nomophylax
Steven Kyriakos, Ostiarios
Socrates Kyritsis, Hartoularios
Peter N. Kyros, Depoutatos
Thomas C. Kyrus, Depoutatos
L
Constantine G. Lacas, Depoutatos
Constantine P. Ladopoulos, M.D.,
Aktouarios
Peter G. Lagen, Hartoularios
Michael S. Lagos, Depoutatos
Ilias J. Lalaounis, Exarchos
James M. Lalikos, Depoutatos
Constantine P. Lambos, Ekdikos
Louis Lambran, Depoutatos
Nick C. Lambros, Hon. Skevophylax
Vasilios S. Lambros, M.D., Aktouarios
Constantine P. Lantz, Hon. Ekdikos
Constantine Lapaseotis, Depoutatos
Demetrios N. Laskaris, Ostiarios
Peter C. Latsis, Depoutatos
George K. Lavas, Depoutatos
Thomas C. Lelon, Notarios
James P. Lemonias, Skevophylax
George G. Lendaris, M.D., Hartoularios
Emanuel Leventelis, Depoutatos
George N. Liacopoulos, Prof.
Hartophylax
John L. Liadis, Depoutatos
Paul Lillios, Protekdikos
Edmund C. Lillys, Depoutatos
T. Peter Limber, Notarios
Anthony J. Limberakis, M.D.,
Aktouarios
Dean Limberakis, Primikirios
George Liolis, Depoutatos
Steve K. Lioumis, Hartoularios
George J. Litras, Depoutatos
Fotios K. Litsas, Ph.D., Depoutatos
Spiros P. Livanis, Depoutatos
Emanuel N. Logothetis, Depoutatos
James Lolos, Depoutatos
Jerry O. Lorant, Hartophylax
Costas T. Los, Exarchos
Nicos C. Los, Depoutatos
Nicholas C. Lykos, Ekdikos
Nicholas A. Lyras, Ekdikos
M
Alexander R. Mackiewicz, Hieromnimon
Nicholas B. Macris, Depoutatos
Spiro J. Macris, D.D.S. Hieromnimon
Harry Magafan, Depoutatos
James J. Mahos, Lambadarios
Angelos Maintanis, Ekdikos
John Malatras, Notarios
Chris C. Maletis Jr., Primikirios
Louis G. Malevitis, Hartophylax
Athanasios Mallios, Aktouarios
John Mallios, Depoutatos
Nicholas Mamalakis, Megas
Hieromnimon
Nicholas D. Mamalis, M.D., Aktouarios
James Mammas, Depoutatos
Andrew E. Manatos, Depoutatos
Louis Manesiotis, Megas
Ipomnimatografos
Anastasios E. Manessis, Megas
Depoutatos
Charles Mangos, Depoutatos
James Maniatis, D.D.S. Ekdikos
John D. Maniatis, Depoutatos
Peter D. Maniatis, Ekdikos
Timothy J. Maniatis, Exarchos
Paul G. Manolis, Megas
Ipomnimatografos
Andrew Manos, Ostiarios
John S. Manos, Depoutatos
Leonidas Manta, Depoutatos
Steve Manta, Laosynaktis
Mark F. Manta, Depoutatos
Samuel C. Maragos, Notarios
Charles Marangoudakis, Kastrinsios
Zachary Marantis, Depoutatos
George M. Marcus, Exarchos
Pat Margas, Depoutatos
William Marianes, Exarchos
Gustus Marinakis, Depoutatos
Leon Marinakos, Exarchos
Peter J.G. Maris, M.D., Aktouarios
James N. Markakis, Depoutatos
William G. Markos, Depoutatos
Christopher A. Marks, Depoutatos
John L. Marks, Depoutatos
Charles T. Masterpolis, Depoutatos
Ron G. Matthews, Hartophylax
John M. Mavroudis, Notarios
Nicholas Mavroules, Cong. Depoutatos
John Mehos, Kastrinsios
Stavros Meimaridis, M.D., Ekdikos
Michael G. Melas, M.D., Aktouarios
Nicholas J. Melas, Hon. Ekdikos
Charles Mellonas, Depoutatos
John Mendros, M.D., Aktouarios
Julius D. Metrakos, Depoutatos
James M. Mezilson, Notarios
Michael W. Miaoulis, Notarios
Louis J. Michaelos, M.D., Aktouarios
Nicholas Mihalios, Notarios
Louis Mihalko III, Hartoularios
Orestes J. Mihaly, Nomophylax
George Mihos, Depoutatos
Emmanuel Milias, Depoutatos
Spiros Milonas, Depoutatos
Christos G. Miliotes, Hartophylax
E. Peter T. Mitchell, Depoutatos
Jack T. Mitsakopoulos, Exarchos
Nicholas C. Moraitakis, Hieromnimon
James W. Morris, Exarchos
John Moscahlaidis, Depoutatos
Theodoros Moschokarfis, Hieromnimon
Demitrios M. Moschos, Dikaiophylax
James H. Moshovitis, Depoutatos
Harry Moskos, Depoutatos
Eleftherios Moussas, Ostiarios
Chris J. Moutos, Lambadarios
Bert W. Moyar, Hartoularios
Daniel John Mucisko, Depoutatos
N
Sam Nakis, Exarchos
Steven Naltsas, Aktouarios
Nicholas P. Nanos, Depoutatos
John Nassikas, Referendarios
Anthony A. Nichols, Notarios
George Nichols, Notarios
George Nicolaides, Depoutatos
Stratton J. Nicolaides, Depoutatos
Louis Nicozisis, Primikirios
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ARCHONS OF THE
ECUMENICAL PATRIARCHATE
Harry S. Nikides, Depoutatos
Xenophon F. Nixon, Notarios
Gregory Nodaros, Orphanotrophos
Athanasios Noulas, Kastrinsios
Peter V. Nychis, Prof. Notarios
O
William Jesse Oldham, Laosynakte
William H. Oldknow, Depoutatos
George Omiros, Orphanotrophos
P
Michael P. Pagos, Kastrinsios
Michael H. Pahos, Ekdikos
Themis Pailas, Depoutatos
Peter H. Paleologos, Ekdikos
Thomas Pallad, Hartophylax
Gus S. Pallios, Depoutatos
James Pamel, Exarchos
Dinos N. Panas, Hartoularios
George N. Panas, Depoutatos
John N. Panas, Depoutatos
Christos Panopoulos, Orphanotrophos
Nickolas J. Pantazes, Dikaiophylax
Constantine Papadakis, Didaskalos Tou
Genous
Nicholas Papadakos, Hon. Ekdikos
Steven P. Papadatos, Ostiarios
Stavros S. Papadopulos, Aktouarios
Gregory Papalexis, Exarchos
Foti Papamichael, Depoutatos
Louis J. Papan, Hon. Ekdikos
Panayiotis Papanicolaou, Laosynactis
Nikos S. Papathanasiou, Primikirios
Christos Papoutsy, Depoutatos
Sam J. Pappageorge, Depoutatos
John Pappajohn, Laosynaktis
Louis Pappan, Depoutatos
Angelo L. Pappas, Depoutatos
Constantine Pappas, Architekton
George M. Pappas, Exarchos
Harry E. Pappas, Depoutatos
Harry J. Pappas, Referendarios
Harry L. Pappas, Lambadarios
Ike Pappas, Notarios
John N. Pappas, Depoutatos
John N. Pappas, Maestro
John T. Pappas, Primikirios
Nicholas Pappas, Depoutatos
Peter G. Pappas, Exarchos
Peter J. Pappas, Exarchos
Stephen Pappas, Depoutatos
Stephen G. Pappas, M.D., Akouarios
Ted P. Pappas, Depoutatos
Theodore Pappas, Exarchos
T. Peter Pappas, Exarchos
William Pappas, Depoutatos
William C. Pappas, Hartophylax
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Jean P. Papps, M.D., Aktouarios
George Parandes, Ekdikos
George E. Paraskevaides O.B.E.,
Notarios
Joseph Parimucha, Orphanotrophos
Frank M. Parlamis, Depoutatos
Michael F. Parlamis, Nomophylax
Mosko Paspalakis, Exarchos
John Paterakis, Exarchos
John G. Patronis, Depoutatos
Jimmy T. Patronis, Exarchos
Dr. Peter V. Paulus,
Megas Hartophylax
Emmanuel Pavlakis, Exarchos
Paul Pavlides, Nomophylax
Steve Pavlis, Depoutatos
George P. Pavlos, Depoutatos
John A. Payiavlas, Depoutatos
Stephen Pendias, Megas Notarios
Harold A. Peponis, Depoutatos
Gus G. Perdikakis, Depoutatos
Pantelis Perdikaris, Depoutatos
Constantine A. Pereos, Hartoularios
John Perros, Depoutatos
Chris Peters, Notarios
Harry M. Petrakis, Notarios
Marinos A. Petratos, M.D., Aktouarios
Nicholas C. Petris, Hon. Depoutatos
Nikos A. Pharasles, Hieromnimon
Chris Philip, D.D.S. Megas Aktouarios
Alexander P. Phillips, Exarchos
Nicholas J. Philopoulos, Depoutatos
Basil J. Photos, M.D., Aktouarios
Steve Photos, Depoutatos
Paul K. Pialtos, Depoutatos
James W. Pihos, Skevophylax
James J. Pitchell, Exarchos
Nicholas G. Pituras, D.D.S.,
Hartoularios
Eustace T. Pliakas, Nomophylax
Harry G. Plomarity, Ekdikos
John G. Plumides, Megas Notarios
John Poles, Ipomnimon
Constantine V. Politis, Referendarios
George Possas, Depoutatos
Charles L. Poulos, Depoutatos
Costos C. Poulos, M.D., Depoutatos
Nicholas Poulos, Exarchos
Paul P. Poulos, Primikirios
Steve Poulos, Ekdikos
Peter E. Preovolos, Hartophylax
Alexander Pritsos, Hieromnimon
Samson J. Procopion, Depoutatos
Theodore O. Prounis, Depoutatos
Dimitrios Psaltos, Notarios
Gus P. Psaras, Depoutatos
Konstantinos Pylarinos,
Hagiographos
R
Spiros G. Raftis, Skevophylax
John C. Rakkou, Depoutatos
Lee Rallis, Ostiarios
John G. Rangos Sr., Exarchos
Harry Raptakis, Exarchos
George S. Raptis, Lambadarios
Stephen J. Redding, Hieromnimon
George S. Regas, Skevophylax
James A. Regas, Depoutatos
Michael Ristvey Jr., Nomophylax
Pericles Rizopoulos, Aktouarios
Stephen Rockson, Depoutatos
John P. Rousakis, Hartophylax
Louis J. Roussalis, M.D., Aktouarios
Demetrios Roussodimos, Depoutatos
Nicholas Royce, Depoutatos
William Rummel, Notarios
S
George E. Safiol, Archiophylax
Nicholas Sakellaridis, Dikaeophylax
John S. Sakellaris, Hartophylax
Costas Sarantopoulos, M.D.,
Aktouarios
Paul S. Sarbanes, Hon. Megas
Logothetis
John C. Sarkioglou, Exarchos
James P. Savas, Horarchis
Michael C. Savvides, Exarchos
William M. Scaljon, M.D., Aktouarios
Steven G. Scarvelis, Exarchos
John Schwika, Ekdikos
James S. Scofield, Megas Ekdikos
Stephen S. Scopas, Hartoularios
John H. Secaras, Depoutatos
Edward Sedor, Ostiarios
Michael Serko, Jr., Mousikodidaskalos
Robert John Serko, Depoutatos
Chris V. Semos, Hon. Depoutatos
Chris T. Seraphim, Hon. Megas
ProtoNotarios
James P. Sfarnas, Depoutatos
James Shenas, Depoutatos
Harry G. Siafaris, Depoutatos
George Siamboulis, Ostiarios
Lambros Siderides, M.D., Aktouarios
Michael S. Sideris, M.D., Aktouarios
Peter Silis, Ekdikos
Louis Sinopulos, Primikirios
Milton H. Sioles, Depoutatos
John E. Skandalakis, M.D., Megas
Aktouarios
Constantine J.Skedros, Depoutatos
Robert Sklaris, Notarios
George Skoufis, Diermeneus
George Andrew Smisko, Maestor
Michael Andrew Smisko, Aktouarios
ARCHONS OF THE
ECUMENICAL PATRIARCHATE
Sherwood M. Smith Jr., M.D.,
Aktouarios
Nicholas Smyrnis, Ekdikos
Aris M. Sophocles, M.D., Aktouarios
Michael S. Sophocles, Ekdikos
Charles Sosangelis, Notarios
George A. Sotir, Depoutatos
Michael Sotirhos, Hon. Depoutatos
George Souvall, Depoutatos
Alex Spanos, Depoutatos
John J. Spanos, Depoutatos
George Speal, Depoutatos
Raymond E. Speicher, Notarios
Andrew M. Spheeris, Ekdikos
Arthur G. Spirou, Depoutatos
Peter S. Stamas, Depoutatos
Constantine Stamis, Megas Depoutatos
James J. Stamos, Depoutatos
Angelo A. Stamoulis, Notarios
Ernest P. Stassou, Depoutatos
Sam Stavrakas, Depoutatos
Aristidis Stavrakis, Eftaxias
Peter Stavrianidis, Aktouarios
Gus Stavropoulos, Depoutatos
Mark D. Stavropoulos, Referendarios
Peter G. Stavropoulos, Depoutatos
Stanley Stavros, Aktouarios
Andreas Stavrou, Dikaiophylax
Nicholas Stecopoulos, Depoutatos
Anthony Stefanis, Hieromnimon
Michael L. Stefanos, Lambadarios
George R. Stephanopoulos, Megas
Nomophylax
Angelo G. Stoulis, Depoutatos
Christos Stratakis, Notarios
Nicholas M. Stratas, Depoutatos
John Stratoudakis, Megas Ostiarios
George L. Strike, Depoutatos
T
Arthur P. Takes, Notarios
Peter Tamaras, Aktouarios
George S. Tavlas, Ekdikos
George Tenet, Exarchos
William Tenet, Primikirios
Steve Terris, Depoutatos
Nick A. Theodore, Depoutatos
Michael Theodorou, Ekdikos
Basilios Theodosakis, Depoutatos
Steve P. Theofilos, Megas Hieromnimon
Theoharis Theoharides, M.D.,
Heiromnimon
Spero Theros, Ostiarios
Gregory A. Thomas, Hartoularios
James Thomas, Hieromnimon
James G. Thomas, Depoutatos
Ernie Tiboris, Ostarios
Ernest Tidick, Aktouarios
John N. Tiliakos, M.D., Depoutatos
Manuel N. Tissura, D.D.S. Ekdikos
George Tita, Hartoularios
Sirio Tonelli, Exarchos
George Toumpouras, Depoutatos
Peter Toutoulis, Exarchos
Andreas Touzos, Ostiarios
William G. Tragos, Depoutatos
Costas N. Trataros, Notarios
Nicholas Trataros, Depoutatos
Titos Triandafillou, D.D.S. Depoutatos
Zenon N. Trivelis, Exarchos
Chris Tsaganis, Depoutatos
Theodore Tsagaris, Depoutatos
James Tsairis, Exarchos
Harry Tsakalos, Exarchos
Angelo K. Tsakopoulos, Ekdikos
George S. Tsandikos, Hartoularios
Nicholas M. Tsiames, Depoutatos
Angelo L. Tsiantis, Ekdikos
Demetrios Tsintolas, Depoutatos
Nicholas Tsirilakis, M.D., Aktouarios
Savas Tsivicos, Kastrinsios
Nicholas Tsoucalas, Hon. Hartoularios
Elias N. Tsoukas, M.D., Aktouarios
James G. Tsunis, Depoutatos
Haralambos D. Tzanetatos, Exarchos
Andreas Tzakis, Notarios
George Tzikas, Depoutatos
Nicholas A. Tzimas, M.D., Aktouarios
V
Dean Vafiadis, D.D.S. Hieromnimon
Spyros J. Vamvas, Aktouarios
George Varouh, Depoutatos
Anthony Vasilas, M.D., Aktouarios
Basil G. Vasiliades, Megas
Hieromnimon
Konstantine L. Vellios, Depoutatos
Peter Venetis, Ekdikos
Nicholas J. Vergados, Hon. Depoutatos
George J. Veras, Maestor
Angelo Verghitsis, Primikirios
Dimitri Ververelli, Depoutatos
George Ververides, Depoutatos
Nicholas Vidalakis, Hartoularios
Emmanuel Vihos, Depoutatos
Ernest A. Villas, Notarios
Louis Vlahantones, Notarios
John B. Vlahos, Nomophylax
Peter Vlachos, Ostiarios
Elmer B. Vogelpohl, Jr., M.D.,
Aktouarios
Thomas Vlahos, Aktouarios
John P. Volandes, Hartophylax
Louis A. Vose, Referendarios
Nicholas Vourlas, Ostiarios
Harry C. Vournas, Hartoularios
George P. Vourvoulias Jr., Primikirios
George Voutiritsas, Depoutatos
Bill J. Vranas, Notarios
W
Michael Wesko, Notrarios
Vasileios L.Woodward, Prof.
Depoutatos
X
Anargyros Xepapas, Ekdikos
Basil P. Xeros, Depoutatos
Y
Basil Yanakakis, Ipomnimatografos
Gus Yatron, Cong. Depoutatos
Steven G. Yatrousis, Exarchos
George T. Yearout, Ekdikos
Stephen G. Yeonas, Ostiarios
Nickas J. Yiannias, Depoutatos
James Youlios, Depoutatos
Constantine Youssis, Depoutatos
Z
William Zacharellis, Protopsaltis
Stamos Zades, Prof. Depoutatos
Thomas P. Zaferes, Depoutatos
Louis D. Zakas, Referendarios
Cleo N. Zambetis, Megas Referendarios
James E. Zambounis, Notarios
Theodore J. Zaravinos, M.D., Aktouarios
James Zathas, Notarios
Peter D. Zavitsanos, Ph.D., Kastrinsios
George Zazanis, Aktouarios
Nicholas Zervas, M.D., Ostiarios
Tikey A. Zes, Ph.D., Lambadarios
Peter Zikos, Aktourarios
Peter C. Zourdos, Lambadarios
Dimitrios Zygouris, Proto Notarios
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DEPARTMENT OF PHILANTHROPY
10 E. 79th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel: (212) 774-0283 • Fax: (212) 774-0495
Bishop Andonios of Phasiane, Director
Email: [email protected]
The task of this newly instituted Department will be to develop further and to coordinate the
philanthropic work of the Archdiocese of America. Working closely with various community organizations, most especially the Ladies Philoptochos Society, this Department will coordinate on a
national level the philanthropic work of the Church wherever the need may arise. Responding to the
apostolic urgings that “our love may abound more and more, with deep knowledge and discernment”
(Philippians 1:9), and that “faith without works is dead” (James 2:26), this office will seek to motivate
all communicants, men and women, young and old, to be more philanthropic in their outlook.
Contrary to the modern definition which has reduced philanthropy to financial contributions,
philanthropy in its original and purest expression means “a love for one’s fellow man”, love
expressed in thought, word, and deed, cognizant of the fact that God is love.
The office will also strive to heighten sensitivity within parishes, Church-affiliated organizations, and
the faithful of the Archdiocese so that they will be aware of people with special needs and will reach
out and embrace them. These include people who are blind, physically handicapped, mentally
challenged, afflicted with debilitating diseases, elderly facing problems because of their advanced
age, those in prison, those suffering from terminal illnesses, and countless others. It is the intent of
the Department to coordinate an outreach to these individuals and to establish ministries to them thus
facilitating as much as possible their participation in the salvific life of the Church.
Another task of the office will be to monitor closely the developments on the Federal, as well as the
state and city levels, regarding faith-based funding of charitable programs, and to determine if and
how the Archdiocese can conduct and/or participate in governmentally funded programs.
In the aftermath of the September 11th tragedy, the Department may also engage in activities that
transcend ordinary philanthropic programs.
Archbishop Demetrios, assisted by Director of the Department of Philanthropy
then the Very Rev. Andonios Paropoulos, installed the Board of the Metropolitan Philoptochos
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LADIES PHILOPTOCHOS SOCIETY
345 E. 74th Street, New York, NY 10021-3701 • Tel: (212) 744-4390 • Fax: (212) 861-1956
Email: [email protected] • Web: www.philoptochos.org
Archbishop Demetrios, Chairman
Eve Condakes, National President
Helen Lavorata, Director
The Greek Orthodox Ladies Philoptochos Society, the official philanthropic organization of the Greek
Orthodox Church in America, was established in November 1931, by the late Ecumenical Patriarch
Athenagoras I, who was then serving as Archbishop of North and South America. The members of the
National Board of Philoptochos are dedicated church women who offer countless hours to the philanthropic, humanitarian, and Christian mission of the Church. There are 475 Philoptochos chapters in the
United States. The structure of the Philoptochos includes the National Board, Diocesan Boards, and
Chapters in every parish of the Archdiocese.
The national programs of the Philoptochos benefit a number of organizations and causes, including: St.
Basil Academy; Hellenic College/Holy Cross School of Theology; Missions; St. Photios Shrine; philanthropies of the Ecumenical Patriarchate; UNICEF; and an emergency fund for victims of
natural disasters. Its programs include committees on AIDS, aging, homelessness, child abuse prevention, drug and alcohol abuse, and child pornography. National Philoptochos also has a Children’s
Cardiac Program, a Cancer Fund and a Children’s Medical Fund (to assist children with life-threatening
illnesses, such as AIDS, cancer, kidney and liver disease, and juvenile diabetes). Its Social Work Services
program assists people of all ages throughout the Archdiocese with issues of health and mental health,
government entitlements, homelessness, eviction prevention, older adult and family services, substance
abuse, and domestic violence.
The telephone number directly to the Social Services office is (212) 744-4774.
The Social Work e-mail address is [email protected]
National Board of Philoptochos
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LADIES PHILOPTOCHOS SOCIETY
EXECUTIVE OFFICERS
Eve Condakes
National President
Maria Logus, Esq.
First Vice President
Kathy Gabriel
Second Vice President
Froso Beys
Third Vice President
Mary Ann Bissias,
Chicago Diocese
Christine Karavites,
Boston Diocese
Loula C. Anaston,
San Francisco Diocese
Dee Nicholaou,
Atlanta Diocese
Harriet Matthews,
Pittsburgh Diocese
Susan Regos
Secretary
Despina Nicholas,
Detroit Diocese
Aspasia Melis
Greek Secretary
Elaine Cladis,
Denver Diocese
Aphrodite Skeadas
Treasurer
MEMBERS
Pauline O’Neal
Assistant Treasurer
Hon. Yorka Linakis
Legal Advisor
Kassandra Romas
Parliamentarian
Helen Demos
Protocol Officer
Katherine Pappas
Honorary National President
Beatrice Marks
Honorary National President
Dionisia Ferraro
Honorary National President
Dina Skouras Oldknow
Honorary National President
Mimi C. Skandalakis
Honorary National President
DIOCESE PRESIDENTS
Stella Capiris,
Archdiocesan District
Ronnie Kyritsis,
New Jersey Diocese
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Sophia Altin
Georgia Antinopoulos
Frances Bissias
Dr. Maria Michell Caras
Eula Carlos
Patty Chacopoulos
Helen Collis
Carol Contos
Irene Costakis
Penelope Dambassis
Beck Demery
Anna Demetrakas
Dolly Demetris
Mary Diamant
Beatrice Douvres
Marika Drakotos
Bessie Drogaris
Vasiliki Feldmar
Anne Feles
Renee Gahagan
Tula Gallanes
Tarsi Georgas
Pat Gogos
Anne Gustave
Dr. Joanne Hologgitas, Ph. D.
Nora Iliadis
Georgia Kaloidis
Anita Kartalopoulos
Efthalia Katos
Elaine Kevgas
Terry Kokas
Penny Korkos
Antonia Kourepinos
Helen Lambros
Nellie Logothetides
Argeria Logus
Helen Loukedis
Helen Malachias
Cleo Maletis
Maryann Mihalopoulos
Helen Misthos
Esther Mitchell
Angela Morris
Celeste Moschos
Marjorie Moyar, Ph.D.
Bessie Papigiotis
Helen Patronis
Evelyn Pavloglou
Marissa Payiavlas
Faye Peponis
Christine Peratis
Helen Peterson
Mary Plumides
Dorothea Prodromidis
Lila Prounis
Mary Rhodes
Demetra Safiol
Vickie Scaljon
Sofia Shane
Arlene Siavelis
Kula Sosangelis
Faye Spanos
Mary Spirou
Lena Spyropoulos
Joanne Stavrakas
Maria Stavropoulos
Martha Stefanidakis
Kay Theofilos
Chrysoula Tomaras
Lenore Trigonis
Diane Tseckares
Kalli Tsitsipas
Eva Vardakis
Effie Venduras
Georgia Vlitas
Lori Voutiritsas
Eleni Zaferes
Billie Zumo
EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS
Angie Constantinides
National Sisterhood of Presvyteres,
President
Joanne Booras
Daughters of Penelope
Grand President
ARCHDIOCESAN PRESBYTERS COUNCIL
30 Malvern Ave., Richmond, VA 23221 • Telephone : (804) 355-3687 • Fax : (804) 342-1947
Email: [email protected] • Web : www.apc.goarch.org
The Archdiocesan Presbyters Council
seeks to support, enhance, and promote the brotherhood of our priests
on all levels of their diakonia, spiritual growth, and personal needs.
Established in 1970 as the National
Presbyters Council with the expressed
purpose of receiving counsel from and
offering council to the Archbishop concerning priestly issues, the current APC continues to
work closely with His Eminence and the
Chancellor of the Archdiocese in addressing the
concerns of our dedicated clergy.
Each Diocesan Clergy Syndesmos is represented
by two representatives who are elected for a two
year term, which commences with and concludes
at the Archdiocese Clergy-Laity Congress. The
Council extends its function through the appoint-
ment of standing committees, which
deals with clergy issues such as liturgical concerns, continuing education,
moral issues, family and celibate life,
ministry and mission, and clergy benefits. Priests nationwide may keep
abreast of current events through the
web-site and the APC publication The
Presbyter. The APC organizes and sponsors
the National Clergy Retreat which is held biennially
on the off-year of the Clergy-Laity Congress. A
Benevolent Fund has been established to assist
a brother priest, a sister presbytera, or a clergy
family in time of extreme need. The fund is administered jointly by the APC and the National
Sisterhood of Presbyteres and requests for assistance may be made to the President of either
organization.
OFFICERS AND EXECUTIVE BOARD
Rev. Fr. Nicholas G. Bacalis, President
Rev. Archimandrite Sebastian Skordallos, Vice President
Rev. Fr. Paul A. Kaplanis, Secretary
Rev. Fr. Basil Kissal, Treasurer
Rev. Fr. Chris P. Kerhulas, Past President
Atlanta
New Jersey
Rev. Archimandrite Sebastian Skordallos
Rev. Fr. Paul A. Kaplanis
Rev. Fr. Nicholas G. Bacalis
Rev. Fr. James C. Moulketis
Boston
New York
Rev. Fr. Theodore J. Barbas
Rev. Fr. Christopher P. Foustoukos
Rev. Fr. Basil Kissal
Rev. Fr. Emmanuel J. Gratsias
Chicago
Pittsburgh
Rev. Archimandrite Timothy G. Bakakos
Rev. Fr. John N. Kalomas
Rev. Fr. Costas P. Keares
Rev. Fr. Jerry Hall
Denver
San Francisco
Rev. Fr. Louis J. Christopulos
Rev. Fr. Nicholas E. Katinas
Rev. Fr. Stephen H. Kyriacou
Rev. Fr. Steven P. Tsichlis
Detroit
Rev. Fr. Mark P. Emroll
Rev. Fr. Anastasios Gounaris
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NATIONAL SISTERHOOD OF PRESVYTERES
641 Clarendon Lane, Aurora, IL 60504 • Tel.: (630) 898-3495 Fax: (630) 851-6186
Web: www.nsp.goarch.org
The National Sisterhood of Presvyteres, formally established in 1982, consists of all the
Presvyteres of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese
of America. The purpose of the Sisterhood is to
promote the spirit of Christian love among the
Presvyteres by giving them opportunities to get
acquainted with one another. This is accomplished with retreats, meetings, social gatherings
and newsletters which help the Presvyteres
develop a unique bond. The Sisterhood National
Board meets annually, whereas, the general
membership convenes every two years at the
Clergy-Laity Congress.
National Board of the Sisterhood of Presvyteres.
NATIONAL BOARD
Angie Constantinides, President
Email: [email protected]
Flora Chioras, Vice President
[email protected]
Alexandra Pappas, Secretary
Pauline Pavlakos, Treasurer
[email protected]
Margaret Orfanakos, Past Pres./Advisor
[email protected]
[email protected]
DIOCESAN REPRESENTATIVES
Archdiocesen District
Atlanta Diocese
Anne Macris
Elaine Gigicos
Boston Diocese
Faye Stylianopoulos
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Chicago Diocese
Pearlann Bithos
Denver Diocese
Chrysanthie Bessinas
Detroit Diocese
Carolyn Nastos
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
New Jersey Diocese
Pittsburgh Diocese
San Francisco Diocese
Voula Liacopulos
Eleni Demetri
Elaine Stephanides
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Retired Presvyteres
Widowed Presvyteres
Ione Filandrinos
Katie Gouvellis
Historian
Jane Andrews
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
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THE RETIRED GREEK ORTHODOX
CLERGY OF AMERICA
4712 Marseille Place, Metairie, LA 70002 • Tel.: (504) 887-7334, (504) 866-6187
Rev. Fr. Constantine Eliades, Benefits Spokesperson
Rev. Fr. William Gaines, President
Rev. Fr. Demosthenes Mekras, Vice President
Rev. Fr. Philemon Payiatis, Treasurer
Rev. Fr. George Papadeas, Secretary
Rev. Fr. Constantine Raptis, Liaison/Archdiocese
The Retired Greek Orthodox Clergy of America
Association (RCA), was founded and established
April 26, 1988, with the following purposes in mind:
1. To continue and promote the fellowship
of the retired priests;
2. To encourage the utilization of the retired
priests’ expertise as a resource;
3. To guide and help those who are about
to retire, plan for their retirement;
4. To help the retired priest re-adjust to his
new status as a retired clergyman;
5. To promote the improvement of benefits to
the retired clergy and help them manage in
their retirement years;
6. To provide support and guidance for clergy
who may be facing emotional, personal,
family or financial problems;
7. To communicate news of interest to the
retired clergy.
MEMBERSHIP
All retired clergymen of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America are automatically members,
as are all presvyteres of retired priests, and
all our widowed presvyteres. (Presently, as of 2000,
there are 82 widowed presvyteres.) Any priest
of the Archdiocese who is 62 years or older is
also invited to join as an Associate Member. The
annual dues are $40.
THE RCA EMBLEM
Our RCA emblem is a symbolic one which reminds
us that, although we are happily and gratefully
retired clergy of the Greek Orthodox Church,
yet each and every one of us remains “A PRIEST
FOREVER” as stated in Hebrews 5:6.
The bright Byzantine colors of our emblem also
have symbolic meaning. The outside circle represents our Golden Years, the blue, our Heavenly
Kingdom, while the red stands for both, Our
Lord’s shed Blood and the Joy of His Glorious
Resurrection. The inner abbreviates the name of
our beloved Annointed One. As for the fish, we
who have spent a lifetime serving as “fishers of
men,” also know the acrostic meaning of the word.
(A colorful lapel pin with the RCA emblem on it
is worn with humble pride by all our retirees.)
THE RCA NEWSLETTER - THE EPISTLE
Our newsletter was created as soon as the
organization was established in 1988. It was
initially a quarterly publication, however, beginning
July of 1992, our first President, the late Fr. John
Zanetos, asked Fr. Nicholas L. Vieron to edit a
monthly newsletter called The EPISTLE. It is what
the name - Epistle - stands for, a “love letter,” so
to speak, from one old friend to another. “We were
separated by time and space, in some instances
for decades, but now we come together again
through this newsletter,” wrote a retiree in gratitude
for the publication. All issues are sponsored by
our readers.
Rev. Fr. Nicholas L. Vieron, Epistle Editor
Tel.: (901) 323-9530
E-mail: [email protected]
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THE NATIONAL FORUM OF GREEK
ORTHODOX CHURCH MUSICIANS
The musical arm of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America that strengthens and perpetuates its liturgical music
WHAT IS THE NATIONAL FORUM?
The National Forum of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians
is the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese’s ministry responsible
for liturgical music activities and the development, support, and recognition of church musicians. Chartered in
1976 as an auxiliary of the Archdiocese, the National
Forum serves as the liaison among church musicians in
local parishes, diocesan church music federations, and
the Archdiocese. It also serves as a gathering place for
church musicians to discuss issues related to liturgical
music and to formulate needed responses.
WHO ARE THE MEMBERS OF THE
NATIONAL FORUM?
The work of the National Forum is supported by the eight
diocesan church music federations, who together form
the foundation of the National Forum. Each federation
elects five members to serve on the National Coordinating Committee. Individual membership is open to
all church musicians: choir directors, organists, choir
members, clergy, psaltai, and music educators.
National Forum members meet annually to review projects and products, identify needs for materials and
programs, and discuss issues of concern to church musicians. The National Forum has three major areas of focus:
• Support for choirs, providing resources and activities
related to improving the quality of choirs and choral
music in the Church
• Support for liturgical music programs in the parishes,
including liturgical music education and support for the
clergy’s liturgical music needs
• Support for chanters and the preservation of
Byzantine Chant
WHAT IS AVAILABLE FROM THE
NATIONAL FORUM?
• An annual LITURGICAL GUIDEBOOK and the COMPANION:
A Handbook for Choir Directors to the parishes
• A variety of liturgical music materials, including:
• HYMNS OF THE ORTHODOX CHURCH booklets with
instructional tape featuring EIKONA
• A Parish Guide to Starting a Youth Music Program
• Holy Friday Retreat Handbook
• Guide to Congregational Singing
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• MUSICA, a liturgical music periodical
• Repertoire for the Greek Orthodox Organist
• A Guide to Transcription of Post-Byzantine Chant
• Sharing in Song: A Songbook for Orthodox Gatherings
• Sponsorship of national and diocesan Church Music
Institutes
• Development of position papers, surveys, and other
reports about church music issues
• Recognition for church musicians
• Works with the Archdiocese to have National Church
Music Sunday serve as the focal point for church
musician recognition in October of each year
• Administers the Archbishop’s Years of Service Award
to choir directors
• Presents the St. Romanos Medallion to church musicians
who have demonstrated exemplary national leadership
in church music
• Presents the Patriarch Athenagoras Award to those who
have distinguished diocesan service
• Collaboration with other Archdiocesan departments to
address church music needs
WHAT IS THE CHURCH MUSIC
ENDOWMENT FUND?
The National Forum works with Hellenic College/Holy
Cross School of Theology to endow the Chrysanthos
Chair of Byzantine and Church Choir Music to support the
music education of our seminarians as well as church
choirs, chanters, and church school children. A recent
major accomplishment was the donation of the Liturgical
Music Room at the Archbishop Iakovos Library and
Learning Center. A national fund-raising drive is conducted each fall. Contributions may be made at any time.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Dr. Vicki Pappas, National Chairman
[email protected]
1700 North Walnut Street #302
Bloomington, IN 47404
812-855-8248
Stewardship: Donna Aliapoulios
[[email protected]]
Liturgical Guidebook: Peter N. Vatsures
[[email protected]]
Treasurer: Martha Stefanidakis
[[email protected]]
Church Music Endowment: George Demos
[[email protected]]
Byzantine Music Project: Nicolas Maragos
[[email protected]]
ARCHDIOCESAN CATHEDRAL
OF THE HOLY TRINITY
319-337 East 74th Street, New York, NY 10021 • Tel.: (212) 288-3215/6 • Fax: (212) 288-5876
Web: www.thecathedral.goarch.org
Rev. Fr. Robert G. Stephanopoulos, Ph.D., Dean
Rev. Fr. George Zugravu, Assistant
Chartered in 1892, the Holy Trinity Church has
been serving the Greek Orthodox Community of
New York City for over a century.The cornerstone
for the present building was laid on September 14,
1931 in the presence of Eleanor Roosevelt,
representing her husband Governor Franklin D.
Roosevelt. Holy Trinity Church was consecrated
on October 22, 1933. It was designated the
Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Greek Orthodox
Archdiocese in 1962. Today, as it has throughout
its history, the Cathedral provides regular divine
worship, counseling, Christian education, human
services and cultural programs for people who
live, work in, and visit New York City. This outreach will be enhanced this year with the opening
of a full service reading center, library and bookstore in the Cathedral Center.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
CLERGY
Rev. Fr. Robert G.
Stephanopoulos, Ph.D,
Dean
Rev. Fr. Angelo Gavalas,
Assistant
Rev. Fr. George Zugravu,
Assistant
OFFICERS
Robert Shaw,
President
Froso Beys,
Archbishop Demetrios and SCOBA /SCOOCH Hierarchs at Vespers.
Demetrios Costaras
Thomas Costas
Penelope Dambassis
Christo Daphnides
Emanuel Demos
Emanuel M. Kontokosta
Haralambos
Kostakopoulos, Ph.D.
Nellie Logothetides
George Savaides
Paul Sengakis
Michael Sideris, M.D.
Aspasia Smith
John Stratakis
Maria Yatrakis
Treasurer
HONORARY PRESIDENT
Elias Kulukundis
Dora Vardis,
Secretary
MEMBERS
Peter Allan, Ph.D.
James Armenakis
Helen Hadjiyannakis
Bender
Peter Chrisanthopoulos
Demetrios Contos
Dean of Music
Mary Christy,
Philoptochos President
Anna-Helene Panagakos,
Head of Cathedral School
Robert Shaw
Chairman
Cathedral School Board
Helene Patouri,
Cathedral School
P.T.A. President
Despina Cocorikas,
Sunday School Supervisor
Vice President
George Tsandikos,
Dr. Dino Anagnost,
PAST PRESIDENTS
Hon. Michael Sotirhos
Theodore O. Prounis
Demetrios Costaras
Emanuel G. Demos
Joanna Alexiou,
Cathedral Fellowship
President
Constantine Morfopoulos,
Fellowship
Modern Language
Greek Class
Oriola Topalli,
EX OFFICIO
Mary Christy
Joanna Alexiou
Cathedral Secretary
Garifallia Zaharopoulos,
Administrative Assistant
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HELLENIC COLLEGE/HOLY CROSS GREEK
ORTHODOX SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY
50 Goddard Avenue, Brookline, MA 02445 • Tel.: (617) 731-3500 • Fax: (617) 850-1460
Email: [email protected]
The Most Rev. Archbishop Demetrios, Chairman, Board of Trustees
The Rev. Fr. Nicholas C. Triantafilou, President
The Rt. Rev. Dr. Gerasimos, Administrative Assistant to the President
Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox
School of Theology together constitute a vibrant
Greek Orthodox Christian institution of higher
learning providing undergraduate and graduate
education. Located on a 52-acre campus in
Brookline, Massachusetts, Hellenic College and
Holy Cross seek to educate leaders—priests, lay
persons, men and women—who will embody the
values and spirit of Orthodox Christianity, the
Hellenic cultural heritage, and comprehensive
knowledge in their chosen professions.
The Institution was originally founded as Holy
Cross Theological School in 1937 in Pomfret,
Connecticut. Since its establishment, Holy Cross
has been the seminary of the Greek Orthodox
Archdiocese of the Americas, preparing dedicated men for ordination to the holy priesthood. In
1946, the seminary moved to its current location
in Brookline. Responding to the emerging needs
of the Church, and by virtue of its own academic
maturation, Holy Cross, in 1967, expanded its
collegiate division into a full four-year liberal arts
college—a distinct undergraduate school known
as Hellenic College. Today the faculties and
students of the undergraduate and graduate
schools continue to form one community, sharing
the same campus and facilities.
Both Hellenic College and Holy Cross are coeducational institutions. As an Orthodox Christian
College, Hellenic College provides a comprehensive education in the liberal Arts and seeks to
imbue women and men with the values of the
Orthodox Faith and the Hellenic cultural heritage.
Holy Cross is dedicated to the task of helping
men and women fulfill their calling to serve in
various ministries of the Church as well as to
provide its students with a strong foundation in
the theological, liturgical and historical thought
and life of the Orthodox Church.
Several new initiatives promise to make the first
decade of the new millennium an exciting one for
Hellenic College and Holy Cross. The Archbishop
Iakovos Leadership 100 Scholarship for Excellence
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provides full-tuition, room and board scholarships
to qualifying incoming students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Hellenic College
has formed a unique alliance with Newbury
College, a four-year college also located in
Brookline. Newbury College offers degrees in
business management, accounting, computer
science, communications and culinary arts.
Students enrolled at Newbury College and
Hellenic College are able to take courses for credit
being offered at each of the two institutions. Holy
Cross is the recipient of a significant grant from
the Lilly Endowment for information technology
for theological education. This grant will provide
faculty with the necessary equipment and training
for them to utilize information technology in the
classroom. Finally, the Institution has completely
redesigned its web page (www.hchc.edu) creating
a more user-friendly and attractive site.
Prospective students are now able to print application forms from the Institution’s web page and
will soon be able to submit their application for
admission electronically.
Within this atmosphere of a renewed sense of
commitment and purpose, Hellenic College and
Holy Cross continue to provide its students with a
unique educational experience. Through its academic curriculum, special programs, and faculty,
the Institution addresses, in a context of faith, the
vital issues that affect today’s world for humanity’s
survival and salvation. For both Hellenic College
and Holy Cross, the integration of faith, learning,
and cultural awareness is the essence of the
mission entrusted to them by the Church.
Both Hellenic College and Holy Cross are
accredited institutions of higher learning. Hellenic
College offers the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in
four programs: classics, elementary education,
human development, and religious studies. Holy
Cross offers graduate programs of study leading
to the degrees of Master of Divinity (M.Div.),
Master of Theological Studies (M.T.S.), Master
of Arts in Church Service (M.A.), and Master
of Theology (Th.M.).
HELLENIC COLLEGE/HOLY CROSS GREEK
ORTHODOX SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY
CORPORATE BOARD
AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES
2000-2002
His Eminence Archbishop DEMETRIOS,
Chair*
His Eminence Metropolitan METHODIOS*
Rev. Nicholas C. Triantafilou, President
Dr. James C. Alex
James A. Argeros
Andrew Athens*
Rev. Nicholas G. Bacalis
George D. Behrakis
Dr. Helen H. Bender
Rev. Robert J. Bethoney
George M. Cantonis
Michael G. Cantonis*
Constantine G. Caras
Harry T. Cavalaris
George C. Chryssis
Leo P. Condakes
George E. Danis
Thomas L. Demakes
Gregory G. Demetrakas
Rev. Andrew Demotses
Dr. Elias P. Gyftopoulos*
Rose Kaloris-Saridakis
Dr. Mary Dochios Kamberos
Rev. Peter Karloutsos
Rev. Nicholas E. Katinas
Rev. Demetrios Kavadas
Rev. Spencer T. Kezios
Arthur G. Koumantzelis
Michael P. Krone
Dr. Thomas C. Lelon
Dr. Anthony J. Limberakis*
Dr. Tania Lingos-Webb
Thomas J. Lykos, Jr.
Rev. Jon E. Magoulias
George J. Miller
Rev. Dean N. Paleologos
Dr. Constantine Papadakis
Dr. Nicholas M. Patrikalakis
Gus G. Perdikakis
Dr. John G. Proakis
John G. Rigas
George E. Safiol
Mark Stavropoulos
Rev. Dr. Robert G. Stephanopoulos
Dr. Theoharis Theoharides
Rev. Alexander Veronis
Dr. Nicholas S. Vidalakis
EX-OFFICIO:
Dr. Aristotle Michopoulos,
Hellenic College Acting Dean
Dr. James C. Skedros,
Holy Cross SOT Acting Dean
Rev. Dr. George C. Papademetriou,
Holy Cross SOT Faculty
Dr. Evie Z. Holmberg,
Hellenic College Faculty
Emmanuel N. Papanickolas, Legal Counsel
HOLY CROSS FACULTY
FULL TIME FACULTY:
Rev. Dr. Alkiviadis Calivas
Rev. Dn. Dr. John Chryssavgis
Rev. Dr. Emmanuel Clapsis
Rev. Dr. George Dragas
Rev. Dr. Thomas FitzGerald
Dr. Evie Zachariades-Holmberg
Photios Ketsetzis
Rev. Dr. George Papademetriou
Dr. Lewis Patsavos
Dr. James Skedros, Acting Dean
Rev. Theodore Stylianopoulos
ADJUNCT/PART-TIME:
Rev. Nifon Abraham
Rev. Anthony Coniaris
Rev. Demetri Demopulos
Rev. Nicholas Kastanas
Dr. Demetrios Katos
Rev. Nicholas Krommydas
Rev. George Liacopulos
Rev. Nicholas Manikas
Dr. Christos S. Mantzoros
Rev. Frank Marangos
Rev. Eugene Pentiuc
Dr. George Stavros
Rev. Paul Tarazi
Dr. Anton Vrame
*Denotes Corporate Board
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HELLENIC COLLEGE/HOLY CROSS GREEK
ORTHODOX SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY
HELLENIC COLLEGE
FACULTY MEMBERS
FULL TIME:
Dr. Dimitris Alexandrakis
Dr. John Chirban
Rev. Dr. John Chryssavgis
Photios Ketsetzis
Dr. Ellen Lanzano
Dr. Aristotle Michopoulos, Acting Dean
Dr. George Pilitsis
Dr. Evie Zachariades-Holmberg
ADJUNCT/PART-TIME:
Susan Arida
Dr. Raymond Bosse
Dr. Stamatia Dova
Demetrios Hanzis
Vivi Hatzigiannis
Pauline Hatzikonstantis
Rev. Nicholas Kastanas
Constantine Limberakis
Dr. Odysseus Makridis
Rev. Dr. Gerasimos Michaleas
Rev. Dr. Constantine Newman
Rev. Dr. George Papademetriou
Dr. Helen Perdicoyianni
Jean Prescott
Kristen Solias
Dr. Chris Stribakos
Dr. Anton Vrame
ADMINISTRATION
The Most Rev. Dr. Archbishop
DEMETRIOS, Ph.D., Th.D.
Chairman
The Rev. Nicholas C. Triantafilou
President
The Rt. Rev. Dr. Gerasimos
Administrative Assistant
to the President
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Joanna Bakas
Secretary to the President
Dr. James C. Skedros
Acting Dean, Holy Cross
Dr. Aristotle V. Michopoulos
Acting Dean, Hellenic College
Leon D. Zaimes, CPA
Chief Financial Officer
V. Rev. Archimandrite Gerasimos Makris
Director, Student Life
Sonia A. Daly
Co-Director, Admissions and Records
Rev. James S. Katinas
Co-Director, Admissions and Records
DEPARTMENTS
ALUMNI
Eleni Geanon, Director
BOOKSTORE
John Metakis, Director
BUILDING AND GROUNDS
Howard Thomas, Plant Manager
COMPUTER SERVICES
Kathy O’Grady-Chambers, Director
FINANCIAL AID
Stella T. Primpas,
Financial Aid Officer
FOOD SERVICES
George Economopoulos, Manager
LIBRARY
V. Rev. Dr. Archimandrite
Joachim Cotsonis, Director
PRESS
Dr. Anton Vrame, Managing Editor
PUBLIC RELATIONS
Harriet Kuliopulos, Director
REGISTRAR
Dr. Demetrios Katos
STUDENT CAREER SERVICES
Constantine Limberakis, Director
HELLENIC COLLEGE/HOLY CROSS GREEK
ORTHODOX SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY
Holy Cross School of Theology
graduates with Archbishop
Demetrios, former Ambassador
of the United States to Greece
Nicholas Burns,Commencement
Speaker and Honorary Degree
recipient, President, Father
Nicholas Triantafilou and
Metropolitan Methodios.
Father Triantafilou censes
the Artoclasia during the
Vespers of the Feast of the
Holy Cross. Present for the
Service was Constantine
Karamanlis, head of the New
Democracy Party of Greece.
Archbishop Demetrios and
Father Nicholas Triantafilou with
new seminarians following the
stavrophoria ceremony.
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SAINT BASIL ACADEMY
79 Saint Basil Road, Garrison, NY 10524 • Tel.: (845) 424-3500 • Fax: (845) 424-4172
Email: [email protected] Web:www.stbasil.goarch.org
Archbishop Demetrios, Chairman
Reverend Father Constantine L. Sitaras, Executive Director
Reverend Father James A. Karagas, Chaplain and Director of Educational Programs
Saint Basil Academy is the Greek Orthodox
Archdiocese “home away from home” for children
in need. Purchased in 1944 by the National
Philoptochos Ladies Society, the former Jacob
Ruppert estate is nestled among a lush green forest along the Eastern Bank of the Hudson River
directly opposite the United States West Point
Military Academy, and within an hour’s drive from
New York City.
Serving as a philanthropic center of the Church,
the purpose of the Academy is to provide a loving
Christian environment, where resident children are
nurtured into adulthood.
Although children are brought to the Academy for
various reasons, the common thread of all the
resident children is the inability of a parent or
guardian to sufficiently care for them. Operating
24 hours a days, seven days a week, the
Academy serves Orthodox children from all areas
of the country including Illinois, Massachusetts,
Connecticut, New York and New Jersey. The children are referred to the Academy through parish
priests, and Philoptochos, and most recently
through referrals from departments of social services in Massachusetts and New York.
Focusing on the total child, each child’s spiritual,
emotional and material needs are addressed and
provided for in chapel, recreational, and family
type settings. Academically the children are
strongly encouraged to meet their goals while
receiving their formal education from the neighboring Highland Falls School District.
When not in the school, the children are the
responsibility of the Student Life Coordinators and
recreational staff. The residential program, which
is administered by the Student Life staff, promotes
individual growth and development. Within the
dormitory type setting, the Student Life staff is
responsible for maintaining discipline, teaching
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personal hygiene and responsibility through the
assignment of specific chores. Recreationally
activities such as volleyball, baseball, soccer, softball, arts and crafts, cooking, etc. are promoted.
Overall, the children have a variety of programs to
choose from in order for them to find and develop their own creative outlets. Additional Academy
programs include technology, art and music.
The spiritual aspect of the program beautifully
enhances all that the children learn at school and
at the Academy. After the daily attendance of a
brief afternoon chapel service, there is a catechetical sermonette where the children learn about their
faith. Sunday mornings the children sing the entire
Divine Liturgy and are able to share the joy as one
family. The importance of the Orthodox faith is
always accented. That coupled with the diverse
activities and outside schooling is what allows the
children to grow up to be healthy, wholesome and
well-rounded Christian individuals.
The Academy is able to provide this safe family
environment and home thanks to the generosity
and prayers of many of its stewards. Educating,
housing and clothing a single child is quite costly
and the costs are always increasing. Caring for
the children, the first and foremost priority, in addition to maintaining over 250 acres and 25
buildings, is a task of tremendous proportion.
However, over the years, the generosity of the
Ladies Philoptochos, various church communities, individuals, volunteers, and others who have
given of their time, talents, finances and love, is
what sustains the children’s mission.
Throughout the course of the past year, hundreds
of individuals and many groups have visited and
stayed over. Retreats and conferences are often
held at the Academy including GOYA retreats,
Philoptochos retreats, and visits from the Young
Adult League, AHEPA and Daughters of Penelope.
SAINT BASIL ACADEMY
Saint Basil Academy always has been and
will continue to be a safe haven for Orthodox
children in need. However, in an effort to accommodate the many visitors, and expanding on the
current mission, there are plans for a new Retreat
and Conference Center, which will be a spiritual
haven for all Orthodox Christians, young and old.
The future is exciting and the potential for ministry
is tremendous, all this for the Glory of God and
His children.
If you would like information about volunteering
or if you are considering Saint Basil Academy for
your estate plans, please contact the Executive
Director.
Director
Rev. Constantine L. Sitaras
Dean Vafiadis
Treasurer
H.S. Kostakopoulos
Nicholas Chatzopoulos
William Chirgotis
Eve Condakes
Nick Germanakos
Peter Kakoyiannis
Georgia Kaloidis
Fr. Michael Kouremetis
Aspasia Melis
Presvytera Margaret Orfanakos
His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios
Vice President
Nicholas Chahales
Fr. Constantine Moralis
Chairman
Steven Gounardes
Stella Capiris
Terry Mitchell
SAINT BASIL ACADEMY
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
President
MEMBERS
Panicos Papanicolaou
John Poniros
Rev. Demetrios Recachinas
Kalliope Tsitsipas
Lea Zervoulias
EX OFFICIO
Johnny Economy
Betty Benjou
Secretary
Carol Contos
Saint Basil and Young Adults Pumpkin Picnic.
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ST. MICHAEL’S HOME
Quality Care for the Elderly
3 Lehman Terrace, Yonkers, N.Y. 10705 • Tel: (914) 476-3374 • Fax: (914) 476-1744
Email: [email protected] Web: stmichael.goarch.org
His Grace Bishop Andonios of Phasiane, Director
Anna Kakomanolis, Assistant to the Director
Andrew Cadieux, Case Manager & Operations Coordinator
Susan Vrouvakis, Administrative Assistant
Andrea Ramphal, Bookkeeper
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios, Honorary Chairman
Nikitas Drakotos, President
MEMBERS
Rev. Nicholas Anctil
Helen Hadjiyannakis-Bender
Demi Brountzas
Stella Capiris
Andre Gregory
Lilly Katos
Steve Kyriakos
Ronnie Kyritsis
Peter Lagios
Maria Logus
Aspasia Melis
Pauline O’Neal
Saint Michael’s Home is the ONLY Greek
Orthodox residential adult care home in the United
States. Licensed by the New York State –
Department of Health, this Archdiocesan institution has provided countless elderly men and
women of the Greek Orthodox community with
quality care since its opening in 1958. While most
residents are from the Tri-State area (NY, NJ &CT)
a growing number are from other areas of the
country and recently individuals have been
admitted from CO, IL, FL, SC and other states.
The facility encompasses private and semiprivate bedrooms for almost 60 senior citizens;
a dining room; a magnificent chapel; modern
medical facility; recreation room; beauty salon and
other accommodations needed for the quality
care of its residents.
In addition to housing and meals which are
prepared under the supervision of a certified
nutritionist, the Home provides assistance to
residents with their daily routine as well as daily
laundry and housekeeping service and 24 hour
supervision. Two geriatric specialists and a podiatrist each visit the Home once a week while a
psychiatrist, psychologist, audiologist, dermatologist and optometrist visit as needed. Personnel
certified in first aid coordinate the daily distribution
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Cornelia Pappas
Harry Raptakis
Rev. Dennis Strouzas
George Tsandikos
Cathy Bouffides-Walsh
Karlene Williams
of medicines and oversee the general health of
the residents and there is a full-time recreation
coordinator. In addition, arrangements have been
made for procedures such as x-rays, blood tests,
EKG’s, etc. to be done in-house by visiting
technicians.
Every effort is made to maintain the physical and
intellectual integrity of the residents while encouraging them to preserve their independence and
dignity. Applicants must be Greek Orthodox and
as per the strict regulations of the Department of
Health, all residents must be ambulatory and not
require on-going nursing care. Individuals are not
required to turn over their assets but submit the
monthly boarding fee established by the level of
accommodation they have requested. Applicants
on SSI are accepted by the Home and each case
is individually evaluated (no one will be denied
admission because of inability to pay).
A non-profit entity, St. Michael’s does not receive
subsidies from either the Archdiocese or the
government but depends on its boarding fees and
donations to meet its expenses. Last year, close
to one-third of the Home’s operating budget was
covered by contributions and the quality of life for
residents would be greatly diminished without
these gifts.
LEADERSHIP 100
ARCHBISHOP IAKOVOS LEADERSHIP 100 ENDOWMENT FUND INCORPORATED
8 East 79th Street · New York, NY 10021 · Tel: (212) 570-3570 · Fax: (212) 570-5260
E-mail: [email protected] · Web site: http://www.L100.org
Rev. Fr. Alexander Karloutsos
E-mail: [email protected]
Fran Karivalis
E-mail: [email protected]
Dina Theodosakis
E-mail: [email protected]
Archbishop Iakovos Leadership 100 Endowment Fund Incorporated is a separate endowment fund
corporation that exists for the purpose of seeding and nurturing the ministries of the Greek Orthodox
Archdiocese that advance Orthodoxy and Hellenism. Members commit $100,000, which is paid over a
period of 10 years or less. The contributions to the Fund remain permanently restricted and inviolate.
Only assets in excess of that amount are used for the distribution of grants in accordance with the
purpose of the Fund.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Arthur C. Anton, Chairman
Constantine G. Caras, Secretary
Andrew A. Athens
George C. Chimples
Peter M. Dion
Michael Jaharis
Gus Stavropoulos, Vice-Chairman
Bert W. Moyar, Treasurer
George P. Kokalis
George M. Marcus
John A. Payiavlas
James A. Regas
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
(BY DIOCESE)
NEW YORK
CHICAGO
SAN FRANCISCO
PITTSBURGH
John A. Catsimatidis
Peter M. Dion
Michael Jaharis
Hon. Yorka C. Linakis
Dr. Peter J. G. Maris
Peter J. Pappas
George Safiol
Peter A. Vlachos
Andrew A. Athens
Gus Chafoulias
John L. Marks
Jack T. Mitsakopoulos
John Pappajohn
James A. Regas
Michael L. Stefanos
George P. Kokalis
George M. Marcus
William H. Oldknow
Theodore J. Theophilos
Angelo K. Tsakopoulos
George C. Chimples
Dr. John S. Collis, Jr.
Bert W. Moyar
Louis Nicozisis
John A. Payiavlas
Spiros G. Raftis
NEW JERSEY
Arthur C. Anton
George D. Behrakis
Eve N. Condakes
Nicholas J. Bouras
Constantine G. Caras
Peter G. Pappas
Aristides Magafan
James H. Moshovitis
Stephen G. Yeonas
BOSTON
ATLANTA
George M. Cantonis
Jerry O. Lorant
Basil S. Yanakakis
DETROIT
Thomas D. Demery
James P. Pamel
Gus Stavropoulos
Mark Stavropoulos
INVESTMENT COMMITTEE
Alexander G. Anagnos
Nick M. Bapis
George M. Cantonis
Constantine G. Caras
Michael Jaharis
Bert W. Moyar
Louis Nicozisis
John Pappajohn
Peter A. Vlachos
Alexander E. Zagoreos
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LEADERSHIP 100
ABOVE: New members of
Leadership 100 with Archbishop
Demetrios and Archbishop
Iakovos at Leadership 100
Conference in Naples, FL.
LEFT: Archbishop Demetrios
and Father Alexander Karloutsos
during a light moment at the
Conference General Assembly
meeting.
Executive Committee
members engage in an
animated discussion.
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LEADERSHIP 100
LEADERSHIP 100 MEMBERS
His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios
Anthony G. and
Barbara F. Andrikopoulos
Atlantic Bank of New York
New York, NY
Cheyenne, WY
In Memory of Gregory Auger
His Eminence Archbishop Iakovos
Nick Andriotis
Washington, DC
Rye, NY
Long Island City, NY
Dr. and Mrs. E. Adamopoulos
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Andron
Bob & Kelly Badavas,
Peter & Stephanie
Salisbury, MD
Garden City, NY
Needham, MA
Nicholas Christopher Agathis
Merkourios and Liberty Angeliadis
Bob Bakalis
Springfield, NJ
Manhasset, NY
Brooklyn, NY
Nikolas Agathis
Philip N. Angelides
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bakes
Sacramento, CA
Riverside, CT
Panayotis Angelopoulos †
Mr. and Mrs. George Bakes
Athens, Greece
New Canaan, CT
Theodore Angelopoulos
Lewis and Sandra Bakes
Springfield, NJ
Agricultural Bank of Greece S.A.
Athens, Greece
AHEPA
Washington, DC
Alannder Family Charitable Trust
Bannockburn, IL
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Alevizos
Waban, MA
Kostas and Laura Alexakis
McLean, VA
Alex Alexandrou
London, United Kingdom
New Canaan, CT
Gus and Pat Anthony
Nick and Elaine Bapis & Family
Ocean City, MD
Salt Lake City, UT
Spyridon and Anastasia Anthoulis
Peter J. and Adrienne A. Barris
Brooklyn, NY
McLean, VA
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Anton
Peter J. Bassett
Boston, MA
Woodbury, NY
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Anton, Jr.
Alex Alexiades
Carlisle, MA
Woodbridge, CT
Peter and Christine Anzo
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Alexos
Atlanta, GA
Chicago, IL
The Apostol Charitable Foundation
Dr. Menelaos and Joan Aliapoulios
Glenview, IL
Weston, MA
Dr. and Mrs. James P. Argires
Maria and Jim Allwin
Lancaster, PA
Greenwich, CT
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Argyropoulos
Mr. and Mrs. George K. Almiroudis
Montecito, CA
Whitestone, NY
Alpha Finance US Corporation
New York, NY
Alexander G. Anagnos
Fort Lee, NJ
New York, NY
George L. Argyros
Newport, CA
Ascension Cathedral
Oakland, CA
Weston, MA
Christos G. Bastis †
New York, NY
George and Margo Behrakis
N. Tewksbury, MA
Atty. and Mrs. Efthemios J. Bentas
Boston, MA
Froso Beys
New York, NY
Nicolaos P. Bissias
La Canada, CA
Fotios and Judy Boliakis
Old Greenwich, CT
Dr. Anthony G.B. †
and Lillian Borden
Rydal, PA
Nicholas † and Persa Athans
In Memory of Anna K. Bouras †
Palm Beach, FL
Summit, NJ
Andrew A. Athens
Nicholas J. Bouras
Chicago, IL
Summit, NJ
Louise G. Athens
In Memory of S/Sgt. Sam J. Bouras†
Salt Lake City, UT
Chicago, IL
Summit, NJ
Lou and Angelika Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Athens
Mr. and Mrs. Dimitrios M. Bousis
Kiawah Island, SC
Burr Ridge, IL
Northbrook, IL
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Andreadis
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Athens
Mr. George P. Brown
New York, NY
Lake Forest, IL
Columbus, OH
George C. Andreas
Dr. and Mrs. William A. Athens
Aphrodite Browne
McLean, VA
Grosse Ile, MI
Roslyn Harbor, NY
Josephine Anagnos
Fort Lee, NJ
Loula C. Anaston
Los Altos, CA
Douglas & Shelley Anderson Family
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LEADERSHIP 100
Plato Cacheris
Peter and Diana Chimicles
John † and Evangeline Condakes
Washington, DC
Haworth, NJ
Weston, MA
Mr. and Mrs. Christos Callas
Constantine G. Chimples
Leo P. Condakes
Atlanta, GA
Cleveland, OH
Swampscott, MA
Gregory P. Callimanopulos
George C. Chimples
Charles C. Condes
New York, NY
Lyndhurst, OH
Harwood Heights, IL
William Calomiris †
Janet W. Chimples
Thomas E. and Janet B. Constance
Washington, DC
Lyndhurst, OH
Sands Point, NY
Tykye and Elaine Camaras
Eli and Katie Chinonis
Achilles V. Constantakopoulos
Corona Del Mar, CA
Grand Blanc, MI
Athens, Greece
Anastasia Cantonis
Dr. Efstathia P. Chiopelas
Capt. Vassilis C. Constantakopoulos
Tarpon Springs, FL
Great Neck, NY
Athens, Greece
Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Cantonis
Peter Chiopelas
Dimitri Contominas
Fullerton, CA
Great Neck, NY
Athens, Greece
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Cantonis
William G. Chirgotis
V. Rev. Leonidas C. Contos †
Belleair, FL
Summit, NJ
Redwood Shores, CA
Michael G. Cantonis
Mary Chrampanis
Nicholas J. Contos
Tarpon Springs, FL
Staten Island, NY
Wellesley, MA
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Cappas
Evan and Ceres Alevizatos Chriss
Constantine and Molly Corpas
Munster, IN
Baltimore, MD
West Lake, OH
Mr. & Mrs. Chris William Caras, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Chryssis
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Cotros
Palos Verdes Estates, CA
Weston, MA
Houston, TX
Constantine and Maria Caras
Church of the Archangels
Christos Michael Cotsakos
Greenville, DE
Stamford, CT
Menlo Park, CA
Andrew C. Carlos †
Mr. and Mrs. Christos Cocaine
Mr. and Mrs. Angelus N. Cotsidas
Atlanta, GA
Worcester, MA
Westborough, MA
Michael C. Carlos
Stanley H. and Kay B. Coin
Anthony & Konstantina Coulianidis
Atlanta, GA
Rock Island, IL
Beechhurst, NY
Constantine N. Cassis †
Vaseleos Colevas
Alec P. Courtelis †
Massapequa Park, NY
Upper Marlboro, MD
Key Biscayne, FL
Dr. Spyros and Marian Catechis
Eugenia Collias
Nicholas J. Coussoulis
Houston, TX
Oak Brook, IL
Lake Arrowhead, CA
John A. Catsimatidis
George A. Collias
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Danis
New York, NY
Lake Forest, IL
Lynnfiled, MA
Margo C. Catsimatidis
Dr. and Mrs. John S. Collis, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Constantine Danos
New York, NY
Chagrin Falls, OH
Oak Brook, IL
Gus and Ann Chafoulias
Dr. and Mrs. William J. Collis
Mr. and Mrs. George A. David
Rochester, MN
Lexington, KY
Athens, Greece
Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Chakeres
Crystal Condakes
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Davis
Springfield, OH
Beverly Farms, MA
Newton, MA
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Chanos
Crystal Stella Condakes
Demetra De Maris
New York, NY
Manchester by the Sea, MA
Bal Harbour, FL
Dr. John E. Charalambakis
Eve N. Condakes
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dellaportas
Wilmore, KY
Swampscott, MA
Oak Brook, IL
Soteria Cherpelis
George P. Condakes
Thomas L. Demakes
Douglaston, NY
Beverly Farms, MA
Swampscott, MA
Nicholas and Kathleen Chimicles
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Condakes
Gregory P. Demakos †
Devon, PA
Weston, MA
Buffalo, NY
138
LEADERSHIP 100
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Demas
Andrew J. Eliopulos
Dr. John G. Gonis
Bay Head, NJ
Lancaster, CA
Lake Forest, IL
Beck C. Demery
Louis J. Elliott
Franklin, MI
Park Ridge, IL
Mr. and Mrs.
Peter John Goulandris
Thomas D. Demery
Richard H. & Stephanie Yeonas Ellis
New York, NY
Franklin, MI
McLean, VA
Evangeline Gouletas
Peter G. Demetriades
John B. and Maria T. Farmakides
Chicago, IL
Henderson, NC
McLean, VA
Constantine Grapsas
James E. Demetriou
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Fekos
Morton Grove, IL
South Pasadena, CA
Pittsburgh, PA
Theodore D. Demetriou
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Feles
Greek Orthodox Ladies
Philoptochos Society, Inc.
Chatham, NJ
Bloomfield Hills, MI
New York, NY
Christopher J. DeMoss
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas C. Fifis
John Haretakis
Phoenix, AZ
Singer Island, FL
Santa Ana, CA
John C. DeMoss
Peter N. Fisfis
Dr. and Mrs. Antoine Harovas
Scottsdale, AZ
Warrington, PA
Great Neck, NY
Evan G. Demoulas †
Floridis Memorial Fund
Demetrios B. Haseotes
Chestnut Hill, MA
Dayton, OH
Cumberland, RI
Telemachus A. Demoulas
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Frangadakis
Dr. and Mrs. George A. Hasiotis
Andover, MA
Saratoga, CA
Boston, MA
John L. Demourkas
Capt. Nikolaos Frangos
George and Daphne Hatsopoulos
Montecito, CA
Athens, Greece
Lincoln, MA
Dennis K. Dickos, M.D.
Stella Frangos
Hellenic Golf Classic
Carmel, IN
Athens, Greece
Chicago, IL
Simos Dimas
George and Evangeline Gabriel
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hoeft
Bronxville, NY
Mertztown, PA
Minneapolis, MN
Jerry and Betty Dimitriou
James G. Galanos
Michael Huffington
Greenlawn, NY
Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dimitriou
John Galaxidas
Dr. and Mrs. William N. Hunter
Liberty Village, IL
Sacramento, CA
Bethesda, MD
Bessi Dion
Dr. and Mrs. George N. Galifianakis
Mr. and Mrs. Constantine Ioannou
Valley Stream, NY
Salisbury, MD
Douglaston, NY
Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Dion
Mary and Jack Georgalas
Elaine Jaharis
Valley Stream, NY
Seaford, VA
Winnetka, IL
Dr. Kimon A. Doukas †
John and Tarsi Georgas
Mary A. Jaharis
Boca Raton, FL
Palm Beach, FL
New York, NY
Thomas and Eva Dushas and Family
C. Steven and Patricia P. Georgilakis
Melina Jaharis
Rye, NY
Bethesda, MD
Winnetka, IL
Anthea Dyer For
Stephen and Florence Dyer
Mr. and Mrs. George Gialamas
Michael Jaharis
Madison, WI
New York, NY
Scottsdale, AZ
Mr. and Mrs. Alec K. Gianaras
Michael Steven Jaharis
Theofanis and Efstathia Economidis
Bannonckburn, IL
Winnetka, IL
Los Altos, CA
Mr. and Mrs. Anastasios Gianoplus
Steven Jaharis / Kathryn Jaharis
Mr. and Mrs.
Philip J. Economopoulos
McLean, VA
New York, NY
Mr. and Mrs. George Glatis
Alex and Diana Jianis
San Francisco, CA
Bethesda, MD
Dana Point, CA
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas S. Eliopoulos
Constantine Basil Gogos
Alfred and Mary Johnson
Garden City, NY
Washington, DC
New York, NY
139
LEADERSHIP 100
Eppaminondas G. Johnson
John and Dorothea Kavooras
Arthur and Vaia Koumantzelis
Sacramento, CA
Gulfstream, FL
Lincoln, MA
George E. Johnson II
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kavourias
Mr. and Mrs. John Kouvas
Sacramento, CA
Whitestone, NY
Warren, OH
Michael and Maritza Kakoyiannis
Laurie D. Kefalidis
Christ G. and Ann Kraras
Garden City, NY
New York, NY
Wyomissing, PA
George and Maria Kalaitzis
Nikos Kefalidis †
Gust and Stella Kraras
Whitestone, NY
New York, NY
Reading, PA
Drs. Anthony and Joyce Kales
Maria K. Kellis
Thomas and Sylvia Kress
Hershey, PA
Chagrin Falls, OH
Edison, NJ
Dr. George J. Kallins
Stephan Kiratsous
Christos N. Kritikos
Huntington Harbor, CA
New York, NY
New York, NY
Dr. and Mrs. James G. Kallins
George P. Kokalis
Downey, CA
Capt. and Mrs. Lucas N. Ktistakis
Phoenix, AZ
Chagrin Falls, OH
Nicholas J. Kallins †
Stephanie Kokalis
Miranda Heights, CA
Frank L. Kuchuris
Phoenix, AZ
Chicago, IL
Harold and Agape Kalllis
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Koliopoulos
Flint, MI
John E. and Marion E. Kusturiss
Palos Park, IL
Newtown Square, PA
George and Jean Kaludis
Mr. and Mrs. Sotiris K. Kolokotronis
Potamic, MD
Michael E. Kusturiss, Sr.
Sacramento, CA
Canonsburg, PA
Sotirios and Demetra Kamberos
Savas Konstantinides
Skokie, IL
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kutulos
Great Neck, NY
Garden City, NY
Sergei Kampakis †
Evris and Evangelia Kontos
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kyriakos
Frankline Lakes, NJ
Portland, OR
George and Peggy Kontos
Steven and Francine Kyriakos
Birmingham, AL
Kapetanakis Family
Houston, TX
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Karagines
Yorba Linda, CA
Nicholas Karakas
St. Louis, MO
Thalia Mahi Karakitsios
New York, NY
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas
Karamatsoukas
Gladwyne, PA
Father Alexander
and Xanthi Karloutsos
Water Mill, NY
Gus P. Karos
Mayfield Heights, OH
Nicholas Karos
Chagrin Falls, OH
Michael and Efthalia Katos
Douglaston, NY
In memory of
Alex and Stella Katsaros †
Warren, OH
Dr. and Mrs. George J. Korkos
Elm Grove, WI
Achilles N. Kornaros
Chicago, IL
Aristotle S. Kornaros
New Canaan, CT
Minos X. Kyriakou
Athens, Greece
Constantine and Arcondia Lacas
Singer Island, FL
Chicago, IL
Michael Lach
and Diana Moshovitis Lach
Kosta, Anna and Nikos Kostakis
Castle Rock, CO
Kirkland, WA
Kostakopoulos Family Foundation
Dr. Vasilios and
Helen L. Lambros
New York, NY
San Marino, CA
Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Kostorizos
Christine and Connie Lapaseotes
Lexington, MA
Bridgeport, NE
Charles H. Kotseas
Demetrios and Fotini Laskaris
Worcester, MA
Wisconsin Dells, WI
Alexander S. and Erene Koukias
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Laskaris
Seabrook, NH
Wisconsin Dells, WI
Mr. and Mrs. George Koukounaris
John Ledes
Nahant, MA
Katonah, NY
Nicos John Koulis
Master Wilder A. Ledes
Smithtown, NY
New York, NY
New York, NY
Demosthenes and Maria Kaufman
Leonidas P. Koulos
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Lemonias
Sacramento, CA
San Francisco, CA
Westwood, MA
140
LEADERSHIP 100
Ted and Lynn Leonsis
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Maniatis
Louis W. Mitchell †
Washington, DC
Bethesda, MD
River Forest, IL
Charles † and Athanasia Leventis
Charles Marangoudakis
Suffield, CT
Manhasset, NY
Vasilios and Alexandra Mitchell –
In Memorium †
Tina P. Leventis
Charles and Stacey Maravell
River Forest, IL
Columbia, SC
Palm Beach, FL
Jack and Carole Mitsakopoulos
Mike G. Ligeros
George M. Marcus
Chicago, IL
Los Altos Hills, CA
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mitsakopoulos
Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. G. Maris
Chicago, IL
Old Westbury, NY
George Moniaros
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Markos
Brooklyn, NY
Ipswich, MA
Jordan Monocandillos
Athena S. Marks
Key Biscayne, FL
Glenview, IL
Harry Moshovitis
Beatrice Marks
Bethesda, MD
Denver, CO
Drs. Anthony and Maria Limberakis
Rydal, PA
Judge Yorka C. Linakis
Jamaica, NY
George P. Livanos †
Greenwich, CT
Demetrios & Marianthe Logothetis
Riverwoods, IL
Emanuel N. Logothetis
Short Hills, NJ
Nick Logothetis
Fort Lee, NJ
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry O. Lorant
Birmingham, AL
Angelo Loukas/Alannder Family
Charitable Trust
Chicago, IL
John and Niki Marks
Lincolnwood, IL
John and Maxine Mathrusse
Los Altos, CA
Ron and Helen Matthews
Laguna Beach, CA
John and Christie Mavredakis
Bannockburn, IL
Manhattan Beach, CA
Manuel and Carolyn Loupassi
Richard and Patricia McDermott
Richmond, VA
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Constantine S.
and Marie Macricostas
Dennis Mehiel
New Fairfield, CT
Mr. and Mrs. Angelo H. Magafan
Rockville, MD
Harry and Irene Magafan
Bethesda, MD
The Angelo Magafan Family
Rockville, MD
Louis G. Malevitis / Marion
Malevitis Govis
Oak Brook, IL
Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Mallis
New York, NY
Rebecca Alexandra Mehiel
New York, NY
John S. and Annis M. Meimaridis
Belleville, MI
Peter S. and
Janice L. Meimaridis
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Moshovitis
Bethesda, MD
Nikos and Carol Mouyiaris
New York, NY
Bert and Marjorie Moyar
Shaker Heights, OH
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Niamonitakis
Brooklyn, NY
James and Georgia Nicholas
East Grand Rapids, MI
Clara S. Nicon
Seattle, WA
Louis and Helen Nicozisis
Lancaster, PA
Philip G. Nicozisis
Harrisburg, PA
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Oldknow
Pasadena, CA
Maple Grove, MN
Steve and Judith Padis
Stavros and Madeline Meimaridis
Danville, CA
Columbus, OH
James & Barbara Pagos In Memory
of Michael and Elizabeth Pagos
William G. Meris
Pasadena, CA
Scottsdale, AZ
Short Hills, NJ
Dr. Nicholas D. Mamalis
C. Dean Metropoulos
Nicholas G. Paleologos
Tulsa, OK
Greenwich, CT
Potomac, MD
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Manatos
Basil J. and Betty W. † Mezines
Peter and Elli Paleologos
Bethesda, MD
Bethesda, MD
Silver Spring, MD
John D. Maniatis
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mihalopoulos
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Pamel
Scottsdale, AZ
Dallas, TX
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Peter D. Maniatis
Spiros N. Milonas
Pan-Gregorian Enterprises
Scottsdale, AZ
New York, NY
Scarsdale, NY
141
LEADERSHIP 100
Dino and Tina Panas
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Pappas, Jr.
Seaside Park, NJ
Glen Cove, NY
Chris and Joan Panopoulos
Stephen E. Pappas †
Newtown Square, PA
Grand Rapids, MI
Boston, MA
Mr. and Mrs. John Politis
In eternal memory of
Haroula Panos (Panagiotakis)
by loving Husband Steve (Stavros
Panagiotakis) and Sons Artemios
S. Panos (Panagiotakis) and
Alexander S. Panos (Panagiotakis)
Mr. and Mrs. T. Peter Pappas
Boca Raton, FL
Washington, CT
George C. and
Patricia Coukas Polley
Seattle, WA
Tenafly, NJ
Rosemont, IL
Mr. and Mrs. Nickolas J. Pantazes
Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Parthenis
Charles L. and Sophia Poulos
Rockville, MD
Inverness, IL
Lincoln, MA
Dr. and Mrs. John Panton
Christina E. Pastore
Paulette Poulos
River Forest, IL
Chelmsford, MA
Brooklyn, NY
Peter Panton, M.D.
John Paterakis
Gerald E. Priddy
Elmwood Park, IL
Lutherville, MD
Denver, CO
Dr. & Mrs. Constantine N. Papadakis
Mr. and Mrs. James Patten
John and Felia Proakis
Philadelphia, PA
Davenport, IA
Andover, MA
Mr. and Mrs. E. Stathis Papadimas
James † and Angela Paulos
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Psihas
Warren, OH
Dallas, TX
Rochester, MI
Alexander P. Papamarkou †
Sam Paulos
Costas G. Psoinos
New York, NY
Richardson, TX
Tewksbury, MA
Christos Papoutsy
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Payiavlas
Mrs. Angene George Rafferty
George E. Paraskevaides
Nicosia, Cyprus
Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Parlamis
Gus Politis – In Memory of My Wife
Peaches Politis †
Richmond, VA
Kenneth N. Pontikes †
Warren, OH
Washington, DC
John A. Payiavlas
Cynthia Raftis
Warren, OH
Pittsburgh, PA
Marisa Payiavlas
Spiros and Anastasia Raftis
Warren, OH
Pittsburgh, PA
Mr. and Mrs. James Pedas
Gerry and Jeannie Ranglas
Washington, DC
Rancho Sante Fe, CA
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Pedas
Alexander W. Rangos
Washington, DC
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Paul G. Perantinides
John Rangos, Jr.
Akron, OH
Allison Park, PA
Mr. and Mrs. Gus G. Perdikakis
John G. Rangos, Sr.
Cincinnati, OH
Pittsburgh, PA
The Judge John C. and
Katherine A. Pappas Family
Charitable Foundation, Inc.
Nicholas J. Philopoulos
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Regas
Canton, MA
Boca Raton, FL
Boston, MA
James S. Pilafas, Psy.D.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Regas
Orange, CA
Oak Brook, IL
Irene Pilafas Pappas
John and Doris Rigas
Paradise Valley, AZ
Coudersport, PA
Steve Pilafas Estate
Kassandra L. Romas
Phoenix, AZ
Short Hills, NJ
Rye Beach, NH
John Pappajohn
Des Moines, IA
Mary L. Pappajohn
Des Moines, IA
Christopher and Matina Pappas
Hopkinton, MA
Constantine G. & Virginia G. Pappas
Solona Beach, CA
George and Irene Pappas
Bethesda, MD
Harry and Agopie Pappas
Downey, CA
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Pappas
Brookville, NY
Nicholas and Dorothy Pappas
Wilmington, DE
Peter G. Pappas
In Memory of Gus Pappas
William Planes
Eugene T. Rossides
Bethesda, MD
Tarpon Springs, FL
Washington, DC
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Pappas
John G. Plumides
Dr. George and Betty Rozakis
Syosset, NY
Charlotte, NC
Lakewood, OH
142
LEADERSHIP 100
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Safiol
John and Chresanthe Staurulakis
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Theofilos
Weston, MA
Boca Raton, FL
West Palm Beach, FL
Mr. and Mrs.
Nicholas J. Sakellariadis
Gus and Maria Stavropoulos
Mr. and Mrs. Speros P. Theofilos
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Odessa, FL
John Stavropoulos
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore J. Theophilos
Bayside, NY
Hillsborough, CA
Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Stavropoulos
John G. Thomas
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Scottsdale, AZ
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Stavropoulos
Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Tiboris
Bloomfield Hills, MI
New York, NY
Mr. & Mrs. William S. Stavropoulos
Mr. and Mrs. Chris P. Tomaras
Midland, MI
Evanston, IL
Anthony and Lottie Stefanis
William G. and Lilli M. Tragos
New York, NY
Dr. Costas and Pauline
Sarantopoulos
Youngstown, OH
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sarris
Canonsburg, PA
Constantinos Shiacolas
Nicosia, Cyprus
Alex Siafacas
Delray Beach, FL
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Siafaris
Los Angeles, CA
Singelides Group
Athens, Greece
Milton † and Harriet Sioles
Paradise Valley, AZ
Chris J. Sioukas
Sacramento, CA
John and Angela Sitilides
Alexandria, VA
Evangelos G. Skoubis
Carefree, AZ
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sosangelis
Chadds Ford, PA
Hercules and Mary Sotos
Greenwich, CT
George W. Souvall
Phoenix, AZ
Alexander G. Spanos
Stockton, CA
John J. Spanos
Falls Church, VA
Atlanta, GA
Greenwich, CT
Dr. George S. Stefanis
Mr. and Mrs. Costas N. Trataros
Macon, GA
Staten Island, NY
Michael Leo Stefanos
John P. Trebellas
Orland Park, IL
Palos Park, IL
Mr. and Mrs. James Stefatos
John P. Trebellas
Manhasset, NY
Mr. and Mrs. Eli T. Stevens
Birmingham, AL
Stanley and Kiki Stevens
Oak Brook, IL
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Stratakis
Douglaston, NY
James S. Strong
New York, NY
Mr. and Mrs. George Strumbos
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Styliades Hellenic Orthodox
Foundation
Highland, IN
Drs. Gregory and Virginia Thomas
Styliades
Palos Park, IL
Mr. and Mrs. Terry S. Triades
Kings Point, NY
Angelo K. Tsakopoulos
Sacramento, CA
Eleni Tsakopoulos-Kounalakis
Sacramento, CA
Kyriakos Yannos Tsakopoulos
Sacramento, CA
Mr. and Mrs. Nikolas Tsakos
Piraeus, Greece
Capt. and Dr. Panayiotis N. Tsakos
P. Faliro, Greece
Sava and Stella Tshontikidis
Clarksville, MD
Mimis and Helen Tsintolas
Schererville, IN
Silver Spring, MD
Mr. and Mrs.
James Thomas Styliades
Savas C. Tsivicos
Berkeley Heights, NJ
Costas Spiliadis
Dyer, IN
Bill Tsourapas
New York, NY
Mr. and Mrs.
James G. Thomas Styliades
Chicago, IL
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Annapolis, MD
Dyer, IN
Columbus, OH
St. George Charitable Fund
Clara Sylvester †
Haralambos Tzanetatos
Lansing, MI
Jamaica, NY
Panama City, Panama
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Stamas
Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas L. Terezis
Michael and Catherine Tzezairlidis
Baltimore, MD
Steubenville, OH
Union, NJ
Dan S. Stathatos
Steve A. Terris
Dr. Nicholas & Mrs. Eleni J. Tzimas
San Marino, CA
Rancho Sante Fe, CA
Tenafly, NJ
James and Noreen Speros
Wayside, NJ
Manuel and Madeline Tzagournis
143
LEADERSHIP 100
Roy and Diana Vagelos
Mr. and Mrs. Dionysios Vlachos
Stephen G. & Elizabeth Yeonas, Jr.
Far Hills, NJ
Woodside, NY
McLean, VA
Theodore C. Vakrinos
Peter A. Vlachos
Alexandria, VA
New York, NY
Nickas James and
Christine K. Yiannias
Constantine G. Valanos
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D. Vlahos
Bethesda, MD
Kewanee, IL
Eva Vardakis
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Volandes
Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn, NY
Anthony and Sophia Vasilas
The Vrahas Family
Manhasset, NY
Phoenix, AZ
Mr. and Mrs. Alkiviadis Vassiliadis
Gus and Irene Vratsinas
San Diego, CA
Little Rock, AR
Argyris and Ann Vassiliou
Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Vrionis
Stamford, CT
Danville, CA
Spiro G. Vassilopoulos
Prof. Speros Vryonis, Jr.
Cheyenne, WY
El Dorado Hills, CA
Gerasimos U. Ventouras †
John and Melanie Wambold
New York, NY
New York, NY
John J. Veronis
Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Xenopoulos
New York, NY
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Vidalakis Family Foundation
Dr. Stephen J. Yallourakis
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Zikos
Seattle, WA
Kingsport, TN
McMurray, PA
Nicholas and Nancy Vidalakis
Prof. Basil S. Yanakakis
Nicholas S. Zoullas
Seattle, WA
Coral Gables, FL
New York, NY
Nicholas L. Vinios
Stephen G. and Thelma Yeonas
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zourdos
Dover, MA
McLean, VA
Bethesda, MD
Dubque, IA
James Youlios
West Paterson, NJ
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander E. Zagoreos
Tomkins Cove, NY
Estate of John P. Zannaras
Congress, AZ
Leonard and Penelope Zangas
Manhasset, NY
Lee and Ageleke Zapis
West Lake, OH
Xenophon and Smaragda Zapis
West Lake, OH
Dr. Theodore J. Zaravinos
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Stylianos Zavvos
New York, NY
Some 200 teenagers in the Byzantine Venture 2001 Program gather in the open-air amphitheater of Ionian Village.
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HELLENIC CULTURAL CENTER
27-09 Crescent Street • Astoria, NY 11102 • Tel.: (718) 626-5111 • Fax: (718) 626-1398
Web: www.hellenic.goarch.org
His Grace Bishop Vikentios of Apameia, Director
The Hellenic Cultural Center of the Greek
Orthodox Archdiocese of America was established in 1986 with the goal of cultivating the rich
Orthodox heritage and the Hellenic customs, culture and traditions within the Greek-American
community.
3)
A Chapel dedicated to Saint Cosmas.
4)
A broadcasting studio for the “Voice of the
Greek Orthodox Church” Radio Program and
Internet webcast.
Thursday
5:00 pm
The Center, located in the heart of the GreekAmerican community in Astoria, New York is
equipped with the following:
Antenna Radio
NY, NJ, CT, and
via Satellite
Friday
1:00pm
WHCI-FM Chicago
1)
Saturday
4:00pm
WPSO-AM Florida
Sunday
9:00am
WPSO-AM Florida
2)
A theater with a seating capacity of 200 seats
and equipped with sound and stage lighting
equipment, where lectures, concerts, discussions, dance performances and theatrical
plays are held regularly.
5)
A religious bookstore.
6)
Four administrative office areas.
A reception area for exhibitions of iconography, paintings, photography, etc.
Audience members at the celebration of Greek Letters held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art,
highlighted by a presentation of Dr. Helen Evans on Byzantium and the Transforming of Cultures.
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ST. PHOTIOS NATIONAL SHRINE
41 St. George Street • P.O. Box 1960 • St. Augustine, FL 32085 • Tel: (904) 829-8205 • Fax: (904) 829-8707
Web: www.stphotios.com • Email: [email protected]
Very Rev. Nicholas T. Graff, Director
The St. Photios National Shrine is the only Greek Orthodox
National Shrine in the country. It is primarily a religious institution and is located in America’s oldest city, St. Augustine,
Florida. The Shrine consists of an original building called the
Avero House, a two-story structure built in 1749. It was here
in this building that, with the demise of the New Smyrna
Colony in 1777, the remaining colonists gathered and made
this house (now the St. Photios National Shrine) their place
for prayer and fellowship. These pioneers comprise the first
permanent settlement of Greeks on the continent. Thus the
Shrine serves as a means in which Greek-Americans can
indentify with their roots here in this country.
The British recruited 1200 persons (500 of whom were
Greek). They were promised freedom and their own property
if they would only spend a few years cultivating this ‘new land’.
They sailed from the island of Minorca, off the coast of Spain,
in 1768. On June 26 of that year, they stopped for supplies in
St. Augustine, then they journeyed south along with other
colonists, mostly Italians, Minorcans, and Corsicans. They
established the colony of New Smyrna about 75 miles south
of St. Augustine. Unfortunately, the colonists were misled and
ended up working under adverse conditions. The new immigrants began a losing struggle to tame the wilderness,
overcome the harshness of their superiors, and survive the
rigors and loneliness of frontier life.
In 1777, the remaining colonists moved north and settled in
St. Augustine where they became established citizens and
took part in the community of St Augustine. There they
gathered in fellowship and worship in the structure known
to us today as the Avero House. This historic landmark was
purchased by the Archdiocese in 1966. Archbishop Iakovos
dedicated the restored St. Photios National Shrine on
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
PERMANENT BOARD
DIOCESAN
REPRESENTATIVES
ARCHDIOCESAN DISTRICT
Georgia Klamson
Andre Gregory
DIOCESE OF CHICAGO
Rev. Anagyros Stavropoulos
EXECUTIVE BOARD
Joann Stavrakas
Archbishop DEMETRIOS
DIOCESE OF SAN FRANCISCO
Honorary Chairman
Paul Sogotis
Archbishop IAKOVOS
DIOCESE OF PITTSBURGH
Chairman Emeritus
Rev. George Pappas
Bishop ALEXIOS, Chairman
Angelo Koukoulis
V. Rev. Nicholas T. Graff
DIOCESE OF BOSTON
Executive Director
Rev. Paul Pantelis
John Vlahos, Assistant Director
John Lahaniatis
Dr. George Croffead
DIOCESE OF DENVER
First Vice President
Rev. Costas Pavlakos
Ted Pappas, Second Vice President Harry Plomarity
George Parandes, Treasurer
DIOCESE OF ATLANTA
Rev. Nicholas Manousakis
Harry Cavalaris
Secretary
Dr. George Croffead
Rev. Nikitas Theodosian, Chaplain Charles Masterpolis
Archbishop DEMETRIOS
Bishop ALEXIOS
V. Rev. Nicholas T. Graff
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February 27, 1982 and consecrated the St. Photios Chapel
on February 18, 1985.
The purpose of the Shrine is two-fold. First, it honors the
memory of the first colony of Greeks in the New World and
the succeeding generations of Greek immigrants (protopori).
Secondly, it serves to preserve, enhance and promote the
ethnic and cultural traditions of Greek heritage and the
teachings of the Greek Orthodox Church in America.
Over 100,000 people visit the Shrine each year and enjoy the
beautiful & unique features that it offers. A magnificent Byzantine Chapel is located in the rear of the Shrine. It is adorned
with exquisite Byzantine style frescoes. Also, the Shrine consists of interesting exhibits depicting the life of early Greeks
in America as well as the development of the Greek Orthodox
Church in America. Rare artifacts, photographs and historical
documents add to the treasures of the Shrine. The audiovisual room continually plays the video “Our Plymouth Rock.”
As a service to the Orthodox Churches and the general
public, the Shrine operates a bookstore/giftshop and the
National Shrine Church Supplies.
The Annual St. Photios Shrine Pilgrimage is held on the first
weekend in February and features Divine Services, annual
meetings of the Shrine’s Board of Trustees and Special
Committees, and the Shrine’s Feastday Luncheon. Likewise,
there is a Spiritual Renewal Retreat and the Greek Landing
Day Festival held on the nearest Saturday and Sunday
to June 26th.
The Shrine is a self-supported Archdiocesan Institution,
thanks to the generosity of its Benefactors, Friends, Philoptochos and Ahepa Chapters. The Shrine is open daily from
9:00 am to 5:00 pm, except for major holidays.
Dr. Steve Poulos
Dr. Manuel Tissura
Steve Xynidis
DIOCESE OF DETROIT
Rev. Nicholas Pathenos
George Reganis
DIOCESE OF NEW JERSEY
Dr. George Kiriakopoulos
Christopher D’Anna
EX-OFFICIO
ARCHDIOCESE COORDINATOR
Bishop DIMITRIOS of Xanthos
ORDER OF ST. ANDREW
Dr. Anthony Limberakis
UNITED HELLEIC AMERICAN
CONGRESS
Andrew Athens
ORDER OF AHEPA
Johnny N. Economy
NATIONAL LADIES
PHILOPTOCHOS SOCIETY
Evanthea Condakes
ST. JOHN THE DIVINE CHURCH
Jacksonville, Florida
V. Rev. Nicholas T. Graff
Alexander Khalifa
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH
St. Augustine, Florida
Rev. Nikitas Theodosian
Mikae Gaetanos
ST. DEMETRIOS CHURCH
Daytona Beach, Florida
Rev. Nicholas Manousakis
George Pappas
EMERITUS BOARD
Archbishop IAKOVOS
Chairman Emeritus
Bishop JOHN of Amorion
President Emeritus
Peter Bouras
Eula Carlos
HONORABLE MEMBER
Ernest A. Villas
INTERNATIONAL ORTHODOX
CHRISTIAN CHARITIES (IOCC)
110 West Road, Suite 360, Baltimore, Maryland 21204
Tel: (410) 243 9820 • Fax: (410) 243 9824
E-mail: [email protected] • www.iocc.org
Constantine M. Triantafilou, Executive Director & CEO
Paul J. Rock, Chief Financial Officer
Samir Ishak, Director of Operations
Rev. James Kyriakakis, Director of Quality Assurance
International Orthodox Christian Charities, Inc. (IOCC) was established by the Standing Conference of
Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas (SCOBA) in 1992 as the official humanitarian aid agency
of Orthodox Christians to work in cooperation with the Orthodox Churches worldwide.
The mission of IOCC is to respond to the call of our Lord Jesus Christ, to minister to those who are
suffering and are in need throughout the world, sharing with them God’s gifts of food, shelter, economic
self-sufficiency and hope.
At the invitation of Orthodox churches, IOCC assists some of the most vulnerable people in the world:
Orphans / Refugees and Displaced Persons / Elderly / Children / Single parent families /
Individuals with Disabilities / Hospitals & Schools. In all programs administered by IOCC, assistance
is provided solely on the basis of need.
The mission of IOCC is global. No matter the location, all programs are developed in consultation with
local communities, Church leaders, and local and international authorities. With your help, IOCC is currently making a difference in Albania / Bulgaria / Federal Republic of Yugoslavia / Greece / India /
Jerusalem/West Bank / Lebanon / Mozambique / Republic of Georgia / Republika Srpska
(Bosnia-Herzegovina) / Romania / Russian Federation / United States. As the need for help is great,
IOCC continually works to expand its programs to other areas.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OFFICERS
Mr. Charles R. Ajalat,
Chairman of the Board
Mr. Bert Moyar, Vice Chairman
Rev. Fr. Robert Kondratick, Secretary
MEMBERS
Dr. Frank B. Cerra
Mrs. Donna Haddad Conopeotis
Mr. George Djurasovic
Rev. Fr. Irinej Dobrijevic
Mr. David El Khoury
Rev. Fr. Michael Ellias
Dr. George J. Farha
Mr. Albert P. Foundos
Dr. Yousif I. Hamati
Dr. Lila Kalinich
Mr. Lee Kapetanakis
Rev. Fr. Leonid Kishkovsky
Mrs. Stephanie Behrakis Liakos
Mr. Alexander Machaskee
Mrs. Anne Glynn Mackoul
Mr. George M. Marcus
Mr. Basil Pappas
Mr. John G. Rangos, Sr.
Mr. Mark Stavropoulos
Mr. Thomas M. Suehs
Mr. James Thomas
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Triantafilou
Dr. Beverly Yanich
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ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN MISSION CENTER
(OCMC)
P.O. Box 4319, St. Augustine, FL 32085 • Tel.: (904) 829-5132 • Fax: (904) 829-1635
E-mail: [email protected] • Web: http://www.ocmc.org
Rev. Fr. Martin Ritsi, Executive Director
Warren W. Caterson, Development Director
Athan E. Stephanopoulos, Capital Campaign Director
Robert K. Hund, CPA, Director of Finance and Administration
Andrew J. Lekos, Project Coordinator
Pamela Jean Smith, Annual Gifts Officer
Carolyn K. Crossley, CPA, Agape Canister Coordinator
Tamara J. Patterson, Communications Coordinator
Pres. Renee Ritsi, SAMP Coordinator
The international mission program of the Archdiocese is part of a Pan-Orthodox program of
Orthodox Missions and Evangelism under the auspices of the Standing Conference of Canonical
Bishops in America (SCOBA). It seeks to bring our
Lord’s message of salvation to all who thirst for the
water of life. Formulated by a Board of Missions,
the program is administered at the Mission Center
in St. Augustine, Florida.
OCMC projects in 2001 included:
• Offering monthly support to long-term missionaries Fr. Luke and Pres. Faith Veronis, Nathan
and Lynette Hoppe, Dr. Charles and Maria
Linderman, Anthony and Laura Callas, Jen
Maple and Pieter Dykhorst in Albania; Craig and
Victoria Goodwin and David and Preot. Mary
Hudson in Romania; Missy Pyros, Maria Gallos,
and Tamara Timko in Guatemala; and Curtis
Mitchell in India.
• Giving monthly support to 219 local priests in
Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Nigeria, Chad,
Cameroon, Madagascar, Indonesia, India and
the Philippines.
• Sending 78 people from five jurisdictions on
short-term mission teams to Alaska, Albania,
Brazil, Cameroon, Guatemala, India and
Romania.
• Providing scholarships for ten mission students
at Holy Cross School of Theology, St. Vladimir’s
Seminary and St. Sophia Seminary.
• Assisting philanthropic programs in 15 countries
through Agape Canister donations.
North America’s Orthodox faithful enable OCMC to share
the light of Christ with people living in countries where
Orthodoxy has been unknown or oppressed.
Christ’s glory shines brightly in the faces and lives
of the people who’ve received His healing love.
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS - OFFICERS
Helen Nicozisis, President
Fr. Gordon Walker, Vice President
Catherine Lingas, Treasurer
Betty Slanta, Secretary
Fr. Alexander Veronis, President Emeritus
BOARD OF DIRECTORS - MEMBERS
Clifford T. Argue
Fr. Michael Keiser
Fr. John Chakos
Dr. Spero J. Kinnas
Dr. George Christakis
Dn. Euthym Kontaxis
Fr. Louis Christopulos
Fr. Paul Kucynda
George Conopeotis
Fr. Jonathan Ivanoff
Fr. Evagoras Constantinides
Fr. Victor Lakutsa
Dr. John G. Demakis
Fr. George Liacopulos
Dr. Peter Fotos
Dn. Ihor Mahlay
Renee Gahagan
George Maragakes
Peter Georges
Fr. Luke Mihaly
Fr. Milton Gianulis
Scott Mitchell
Fr. Peter Gillquist
Fr. Theodore Pisarchuk
Fr. John W. Harvey
Teresa Polychronis
Fr. Chad Hatfield
Fr. Stevo Rocknage
Khouria Margaret Hock
Michael Stavropoulos
Fr. Jonathan Ivanoff
Ann Stoll
Vice Admiral
James Thomas
Michael Kalleres
Fr. Raymond Velencia
Thalia Karakitsios
Andrew E. Yiannakos
TRINITY CHILDREN & FAMILY SERVICES
1460 Cooley Drive, P.O. Box 848, Colton, CA 92324 • Tel: 800-543-7730
web site: www/trinitycfs.org
2002 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios, Honorary President
His Eminence Metropolitan Anthony, Honorary Vice President
Mike Alexander – Santa Barbara, California
Elaine Alquist – Sacramento, California
Fr. Tom Avramis – CEO Trinity Children and Family Services
George Berris, Esq. – San Jose, California
John Gumas – San Francisco, California
Fr. Paul O’Callaghan – Wichita, Kansas
Fr. Leon Pachis – Founder/CEO Emeritus
Tom Pallad – Chatsworth, California
Gary Vrionis – Danville, California
Trinity Children and Family Services, a non-profit agency, was founded in 1966 as a ministry of
Greek Orthodox Christians to provide care for abused youngsters, regardless of their ethnic,
religious or cultural backgrounds. Today Trinity’s mission continues as a multi-service, child care
agency dedicated to providing safe and healing environments for children troubled by emotional
and behavioral problems which result from physical, psychological and sexual abuse, as well as
from neglect and abandonment.
Through our residential, family and educational programs, administered by over 1,000 employees,
Trinity Children and Family Services currently provides care for more than 2,500 children a year in
California, Nevada, Texas, Arizona, Utah and Colorado. These services included individual treatment programs, schools, recreational and vocational services, as well as pastoral services provided
by chaplains, who minister to the spiritual needs of the children. Trinity Children and Family Services
also provides a Foster Family Program to find loving and nurturing foster parents and homes for
children. Since 1966, Trinity’s programs have touched the lives of more than 36,000 children.
Solon Schools Group was created to provide families with choice regarding quality education. Our
schools are dedicated to the development of children to help them reach their full potential. Solon
Schools also offer an opportunity for children to learn more about their Orthodox faith and Greek
culture. Currently Solon Junior Academy programs (K-4) are located at St. Basil the Great Greek
Orthodox Church in Houston, Texas and St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church in Chandler, Arizona.
Solon Senior Academy (grades 5-12) is also operating in Chandler Arizona.
Please call, write, or visit our web site for further information and to learn how you can be part of the
Trinity Children and Family Services ministry: P.O. Box 848, Colton, CA 92324 Attention Development
Department 800-543-7730, www.trinitycfs.org.
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PROJECT MEXICO AND
ST. INNOCENT ORTHODOX ORPHANAGE
P.O. Box 120028, Chula Vista, CA 91912-3128 • Tel.: (619) 426-4610 • Fax: (619) 426-4619
E-mail: [email protected] • Web: http://www.projectmexico.org
Gregory P. Yova, Founder and Executive Director
Margaret Yova, Associate Director
Mary Danakas, Director of Development
Luis Sanchez, Orphanage Director
Geoff Bray, Work Trip and Construction Coordinator
Nathaniel T. Renfree, Work Trip and Construction Coordinator
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
His Grace Bishop Basil, SCOBA Liaison
Sylvia Lembesis
Dean Pliaconis
Dn. Howard Shannon
William Tamer
Fr. Steven Tsichlis
Raymond Zogob
PROJECT MEXICO AND ST. INNOCENT ORTHODOX ORPHANAGE are inter-Orthodox ministries that
function with the blessings of SCOBA (Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the
Americas) for all Orthodox jurisdictions to participate.
PROJECT MEXICO is an outreach which involves Orthodox young people in the alleviation of suffering
by building homes for Mexico’s poor. Thousands of teens and young adults from all jurisdictions across
the United States, Canada, and Europe have participated. Homes are built for poor families who often
live in dirt-floor shacks covered only with tin or cardboard. Project Mexico builds solid two-room
structures which will provide the family with shelter for many years.
ST. INNOCENT ORTHODOX ORPHANAGE in Tijuana, Mexico provides a home for teenaged boys who
live on the streets or who have been put out of other orphanages and would otherwise be left to fend
for themselves. This is the only facility of its type focusing on orphaned and abused teenaged boys in
all of Tijuana – a city of over 2,000,000 people with 500 to 700 children living and/or working on the
streets. St. Innocent Orphanage seeks not only to meet the boys’ basic needs but to accomplish much
more. The Orphanage provides a loving home environment for up to twenty-five boys. Each boy is
guided in the Orthodox Christian life, completes high school, is provided with vocational and computer
skills, and receives social and cultural training. Spiritual training is given priority. The St. Innocent of Alaska
Chapel is on the grounds of the orphanage where we have morning and evening prayers, as well as
the Divine Liturgy, and ongoing catechism. Care is provided as long as the boys are attending school.
At that time, each boy receives a small savings acquired by participation in profit-making ventures
attached to the Orphanage.
WHEN ORTHODOX PEOPLE HELP in these programs in Mexico, they are offered a unique environment
for spiritual growth and a time to experience God’s blessings. Each person involved has an opportunity
to give to others in a special way – serving those who can only repay with sincere gratitude. Participants
often find it to be a life-changing experience and have a chance to evaluate their values, deepen their
commitment to Christ, and receive a new perspective on life.
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STAVROPEGIAL MONASTERIES
AND CHURCHES
Executive Offices: 36-04 23rd Avenue • Astoria, NY 11105-1916
Tel. (718) 626-6225 • Fax (718) 626-7669
E-mail: [email protected] Web-site: www.StIrene.org
His Excellency Metropolitan Paisios of Tyana
Abbot
Nameday: June 19/July 2
The Sacred Patriarchal and Stavropegial Orthodox Monastery of St. Irene Chrysovalantou, in
Astoria, New York, is one of the Sacred Patriarchal and Stavropegial Monasteries of the
Ecumenical Throne, by a decision of the Holy
and Sacred Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate on April 7, 1998. The Sacred Patriarchal
Monastery of St. Irene Chrysovalantou has
CHIEF SECRETARY
Dr. John Kotsaridis
SECRETARIES
Androniki Grammenos
Maria Tzemintimpi
ACCOUNTANT
Ioannis Psomiadis, CPA
LEGAL COUNSELOR
Brian Skarlatos, Esq.
His Grace Bishop Vikentios of Apameia
Deputy Abbot
Nameday: Nov. 11/24
“Metochia” (Dependencies) in many states,
which remain under the administrative jurisdiction of the Stavropegial Monastery and follow
the Julian calendar. His All Holiness Ecumenical
Patriarch Bartholomew named His Excellency
Metropolitan Paisios of Tyana as the first Abbot
of the Monastery and His Grace Bishop Vikentios of Apameia as the Deputy Abbot.
PHILOPTOCHOS OFFICE
Maria Palatianos - President
Aggeliki Fessaras - Secretary
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Maria Kapsis
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Dr. John Kotsaridis - Director
Members:
Dr. John Angelidis,
Mrs. Vasiliki Filiotis
Sister Christodouli Vissa
YOUTH MINISTRY
Konstantina Agorastos
MISSION-SOCIETY MINISTRY
Archimandrite Dorotheos
PRESS OFFICE
Dr. John Angelidis - Director
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE
Constantinos Prentzas - Director
Maria Kapsis - Assistant
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STAVROPEGIAL MONASTERIES
AND CHURCHES
PUBLICATIONS
DEPENDENCIES
“The Voice of Orthodoxy”, a monthly,
bilingual newspaper, published by the
Sacred Monastery.
Publisher: His Excellency
Metropolitan Paisios of Tyana
Chief Editor: Dr. John Kotsaridis
2) Mother of God The Liberator
Greek Orthodox Monastery
(Senior Citizen Center)
42-11 Ditmars Boulevard
Astoria, NY 11105-1433
(718) 932-9292
3) Holy Theotokos Monastery
111 Evergreen Road
North Fort Myers, FL 33903-3830
Tel. (941) 997-2846
Fax (941) 997-2046
E-mail: [email protected]
Archimandrite John
Hieromonk Mark
Hieromonk George
4) St. Nektarios
Greek Orthodox Church
340 67th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11220-5301
Tel.(718) 748-7667
Fax (718) 748-4114
His Grace Bishop Vikentios of Apameia
5) St. Nicholas
Greek Orthodox Church
1822 65th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11204-1901
(718) 232-7358
Protopresbyter Antonios
6) SS. Anargyroi, Taxiarchis and
Gerasimos Greek Orthodox Church
Main Street
Greenport, NY 11944
(516) 477-1801
Protopresbyter Iakovos
TV PROGRAM
Channel 95 (NGTV)
Every Thursday 7:05 p.m.
“Voice of Orthodoxy”
Executive Director: His Grace Bishop
Vikentios of Apameia
POSTAL ADDRESS
Sacred Patriarchal and Stavropegial
Orthodox Monastery
of St. Irene Chrysovalantou,
36-07 23rd Avenue,
Astoria, NY 11105-1916.
Tel. 1-718-626-6225
Fax: 1-718-626-7669
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.StIrene.org
FEAST DAYS
July 28 (old calendar)/ August 10
Saint Irene Chrysovalantou and
November 30 (old calendar) Saint
Apostle Andrew the First called,
Patron Saint and Founder of the
Mother Church of Constantinople.
SACRED PATRIARCHAL
MONASTERY-SHRINE
1) Sacred Patriarchal and
Stavropegial Orthodox Monastery
of St. Irene Chrysovalantou,
36-07 23rd Avenue, Astoria, NY
11105-1916.
7) SS. Fanourios and Haralambos
Greek Orthodox Church
121 Victor Street
Somerset, NJ 08873-3716
(732) 214-1727
Archimandrite Gabriel
8) Holy Transfiguration
Greek Orthodox Church
802 N. Orange Street
Wilmington, DE 19801-1710
(302) 836-3959
Protopresbyter Rafael
9) SS. Athanasios and John
Greek Orthodox Church
4200 N. Keeler Avenue
Chicago, IL 60641-2298
Tel. (773) 286-3735
Fax (773) 286-3753
Protopresbyter Evagoras
10) Holy Ascension
Greek Orthodox Church
1440 N. Laura Street
Clearwater, FL 33775-5221
Tel. (727) 469-8826
Fax (727) 469-8816
Archimandrite Dorotheos
11) St. John Orthodox Mission
R.R.1, Smith Road
Parksville, NY 12768-9801
(914) 583-5845
Protopresbyter Iakovos
12) Saint Michael
Orthodox Mission in Belize
30-32 Macaw Avenue
Belmopan
BELIZE
Tel. (501) 9-22382, 8-23284
fax. (501) 8-23633
Hieromonk Daniel
Hieromonk Joseph
His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios leads the Procession of the Miraculous Icon of St. Irene Chrysovalantou
(August 2001) with Abbot of the Monastery, His Excellency Metropolitan Paisios of Tyana.
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ALBANIAN ORTHODOX DIOCESE
Mailing Address: 6455 Silver Dawn Lane • Las Vegas, NV 89118
Tel.: (702) 221-8245 • Fax: (702) 221-9167
Rev. Protopresbyter Ilia Katre
Vicar-General
ILLINOIS (IL)
MASSACHUSETTS (MA)
Chicago 60639
South Boston 02127
St. Nicholas
2701 N. Narragensett Avenue
Tel.: (312) 889-4282
V. Rev. Fr. Philip Koufos
Holy Trinity
245 D StreetP.O. Box 224
Tel.: (617) 268-7808
Rev. Fr. Vasil George, Emeritus
BELARUSIAN COUNCIL
284 Whitehead Ave. • South River, NJ 08882
Tel.: (732) 257-5007 • Fax: (732) 613-7171
Email: [email protected]
V. Rev. Fr. Mitchislav Brynkiewicz
Administrator
ILLINOIS (IL)
Chicago (60622)
St. George
1500 Maplewood Ave.
Tel.: (847) 677-8845
Rev. Fr. Dimitri Baszko
NEW JERSEY (NJ)
South River (08882)
St. Euphrosynia
284 Whitehead Avenue
Tel.: (732) 257-5007
V. Rev. Fr. Mitchislav Brynkiewicz
Hierodeacon Innocent
NEW YORK (NY)
Glen Spey (12737)
Holy Mother of God
Odigitria of Smolensk Chapel
Religious Recreation Center
Belair-Miensk
Richmond Hill (11419)
St. Cyril of Turov
104-29 Atlantic Avenue
Tel.: (718) 847-4123
V. Rev. Fr. Igumen Gregory (O’Keefe)
(203) 877-0896
Rev. Deacon Michael Ehret
ONTARIO (ONT)
Toronto (M6H 2X8)
St. Eufrosynia
1008 Dovercourt Road
Tel.: (419) 536-4449
Rev. Fr. Alexander Shkalow
Retired Priest:
V. Rev. Fr. Pavel Vieliki
60 Brisco Street
Brampton, Ont. L6V1W8L
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AMERICAN CARPATHO-RUSSIAN
ORTHODOX DIOCESE OF THE U.S.A.
Diocesan Chancery:
The Most Reverend
Metropolitan
Nicholas of Amissos
Nameday: December 6th
Consecration: March 13, 1983
Enthronement: April 19, 1985
American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox
Diocese of the U.S.A.
316 Garfield Street • Johnstown, PA 15906
Tel.: (814) 539-9143
The American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese
was established in 1938 by His All-Holiness, the
late Benjamin I, Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, under the Patriarchal Seal in the official
Patriarchal Document listed under Protocol No.
1379 and dated September 19, 1938, and was
canonized in the name of the Holy Orthodox Church
of Christ. The Diocese was incorporated in the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1950.
Metropolitan: His Eminence, the Most Reverend
Metropolitan Nicholas, Titular Metropolitan of
Amissos, was born on February 23, 1936. He was
elected Bishop by the Holy and Sacred Synod of
the Ecumenical Patriarchate on March 13, 1983.
Metropolitan Nicholas was enthroned in Christ the
Saviour Cathedral, Johnstown, PA on Bright
Friday, April 19, 1985. He was elected Metropolitan
by the Holy and Sacred Synod of the Ecumenical
Patriarchate on November 24, 1997.
METROPOLITAN
The Most Reverend Metropolitan Nicholas:
316 Garfield St.,
Johnstown, PA 15906.
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312 Garfield St.,
Johnstown, PA 15906
Phone (814) 539-9143
Fax: (814) 536-4699
Business Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Monday thru Friday.
Chancellor:
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Frank P. Miloro
249 Butler Avenue,
Johnstown, PA 15906
Phone: (814) 539-8086
Business Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Monday thru Friday.
Treasurer:
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Ronald Hazuda
1115 East Ave.,
Erie, PA 16503
Phone: (814) 453-4902.
DIOCESAN BOARD OF TRUSTEES:
The Most Rev. Metropolitan Nicholas
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Frank P. Miloro, Chancellor
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Lawrence R. Barriger, Vice Chancellor
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Ronald A. Hazuda, Treasurer
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Michael Polanichka, Consultor
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Kenneth Bachofsky,Consultor
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Michael S. Rosco, Consultor
Very Rev. Jonathan Tobias, Consultor
Alex Breno
Michael Fetsko
Lou Mihalko, III
William Oldham
Robert Hubiak
Sharon Winkler
Stephen Hall
Atty. Michael Ristvey,
Diocesan Legal Counselor
Honorary Trustee: Frank Finui
AMERICAN CARPATHO-RUSSIAN
ORTHODOX DIOCESE OF THE U.S.A.
Diocesan Director of Youth
Diocesan Chaplain of Scouts
Very Rev. R. Michael Zak,
Administrator of Camp Nazareth
339 Pew Road, Mercer, PA 16137
Phone: (724) 662-4840.
Very Rev. John J. Beskid
Diocesan Priests’ Pension Fund
Canonical Advisor
Theological Advisor to the Bishop
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Lawrence R. Barriger
His Eminence, Metropolitan Nicholas
Protopresbyter Ronald A. Hazuda, Director
Protopresbyter Robert Rebeck, Treasurer
Protopresbyter Michael Polanichka, Financial Secretary
Protopresbyter Richard Salley, Recording Secretary
Michael J. Zapach, Sr.
Christina Duranko
Dr. Lewis J. Patsavos
Vicariate for Diocesan Liturgical
Publications and Music
225 Chandler Avenue, Johnstown, PA 15906
Phone: 814 539-0116
The Most Rev. Metropolitan Nicholas, President and Rector
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Frank P. Miloro, Dean
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Ronald Hazuda, Treasurer
Very Rev. Ronald Kovac, Prefect
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Stephen Sedor
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Frank P. Miloro
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Michael S. Rosco
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Lawrence R. Barriger
Very Rev. James Gleason
Rev. John P. Hutnyan
Rev. Robert Prepelka
Diocesan Building Commission
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Michael Polanichka, Chairman
Diocesan Education Commission
Supervisor of Schools
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Kenneth Bachofsky
Regional Directors
Rev. Samuel Sherry, Chicago Deanery
Rev. Jeff Zias, Pittsburgh-Tri-State Deaneries
Rev. Tony Joseph, Johnstown Deanery
Very Rev. Jonathan Tobias,
Pocono and Southern Tier Deaneries
Very Rev. David L. Moriak, Mid-Atlantic Deanery
Rev. Peter Paproski, New England Deanery
Very Rev. John R. Pribish, New York-New Jersey Deaneries
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Kenneth Bachofsky,
Youngstown Deanery
Rev. Michael Shuster, Florida Deanery
Rev. John Zboyovski, Washington, DC Deanery
Rev. Maxym Lysack, Canadian Deanery
Foreign Missions Commission
Rev. Maxym Lysack
Very Rev. Luke Mihaly
Episcopal Representatives to
Commissions of the Standing Conference
of Canonical Orthodox Bishops
Ecumenical Commission
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Lawrence R. Barriger
Very Rev. Protopresbyter James S. Dutko
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Michael S. Rosco
Orthodox Christians For Life
Rev. Dr. Edward Pehanich
SEMINARY
Christ the Saviour Seminary
DEANERIES
New Jersey
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Michael Rosco, Dean
145 Broad St., Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
Phone: 732 826-4442
New York
Very Rev. John Beskid, Dean
288 East 10th Street, New York, NY 10009
Phone: 212 254-6685
New England
Very Rev. Luke Mihaly, Dean
74 Joes Hill Road, Danbury, CT 06811
Phone: 203 748-0671
Mid-Atlantic
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Robert Rebeck, Dean
1231 North 14th Street, Whitehall, PA 18052
Phone: 610 432-0272
Pocono
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Lawrence R. Barriger, Dean
451 Fern St., Freeland, PA 18224
Phone: 570 636-2085
Southern Tier
Very Rev. Protopresbyter James Dutko, Dean
280 Clinton St., Binghamton, NY 13905
Phone: 607 797-4471
Johnstown
Very Rev. Robert F. Salley, Dean
465 Morris St., Clymer, PA 15728
Phone: 724 254-4343
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AMERICAN CARPATHO-RUSSIAN
ORTHODOX DIOCESE OF THE U.S.A.
Pittsburgh
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
John P. Gido, Dean
450 Glenwood Dr., Ambridge, PA 15003
Phone: 724 266-2879.
Johnstown, PA 15906
Phone: 724 479-3656
Fax: 814 536-4699
Editorial Staff
Assistant to the Editor —
Youngstown
Very Rev. Jonathan Tobias
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Associate Editor — Very Rev.
Kenneth Bachofsky, Dean
Protopresbyter Lawrence R. Barriger
2053 North Road, NE, Warren, OH 44483 Chancery Editor —
Phone: 330 372-6240.
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Frank P. Miloro
Diocesan News Editor —
Chicago
Fr. Mark Leasure
Rev. Samuel Sherry, Dean
Orthodox Christian News Editor —
7313 Waukegan Road, Niles, IL 60714
Very Rev. Luke Mihaly
Phone: 847 647-8398.
MEMBER: ASSOCIATED
Tri-State
CHURCH PRESS
Very Rev. James Gleason, Dean
Publication Office:
19 West Park Ave.,
The Church Messenger
Morgantown, WV 26505
312 Garfield Street,
Phone: 304 296-4319.
Johnstown, PA 15906
Florida
Rev. Michael Shuster, Dean
11200 Elgin Blvd., Spring Hill, FL 34608
Phone: 352 686-5283
Washington DC
Rev. Miles P. Zdinak, Dean
10201 Democracy Blvd,
Potomac, MD 20854
Phone: 301-299-5120
Canada
Rev. Maxym Lysack, Dean
26 Bowmoor Avenue,
Nepean, Ontario K2E-6M4 CANADA
Phone: 613 723-7790.
DIOCESAN WEB SITE
www.acrod.org
Rev. Peter Paproski, Webmaster
1240 Broadbridge Avenue, 06615
Phone: 203 375-2564
DIOCESAN PUBLICATION
THE CHURCH MESSENGER ISSUED BI-WEEKLY
Editor, Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Michael S. Rosco
145 Broad Street,
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
Phone: 732 826-4442
Fax: 732 826-5383
E-Mail: [email protected]
Business Manager
Very Rev. John A. Baranik
312 Garfield Street,
156
A.C.R.Y. ANNUAL AND
CHURCH ALMANAC
A.C.R.Y. Annual Staff
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Michael S. Rosco, Editor
Very Rev. Luke Mihaly, Assistant Editor
Rev. Andrew Fetchina, Business Manager
Rev. David Cochran, Spiritual Advisor
Seminary Bookstore
225 Chandler Avenue,
Johnstown, PA 15906
Phone: 814 539-0116
E-Mail: [email protected]
CLERGY AND CHURCHES
CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
St. John the Baptist,
Rev. Mark Tyson
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
John Duranko, Pastor Emeritus
384 Mill Hill Avenue, 06610
Phone/Fax: 203 335-6170
Danbury
Holy Trinity,
Very Rev. Luke Mihaly
17 Roberts Avenue, 06810
Rectory: 74 Joes Hill Road, 06811.
Phone: 203 748-0671,
Fax: 203 794-1490
Stratford
St. John the Baptist,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Stephen Shutack
600 Silver Lane, 06614
Phone: 203 386-8888
Stratford
YOUTH CAMP-RETREAT
CONFERENCE CENTER
Camp Nazareth
339 Pew Road, Mercer, PA 16137
Office-Residence:
Phone/Fax: 724 662-4840
Very Rev. R. Michael Zak, Administrator
BOOKSTORE AND
RELIGIOUS GIFT SHOPS
Gloria Incense
225 Chandler Avenue,
Johnstown, PA 15906.
Fax: 814 536-4699.
Mail and Fax orders only.
E-Mail: [email protected]
Camp Nazareth Gift Shop
339 Pew Road,
Mercer, PA 16137
Phone: 724 662-4840
St. John the Baptist,
Rev. Peter Paproski
1240 Broadbridge Avenue, 06615
Phone: 203 375-2564
FLORIDA
Hollywood
Presentation of Our Lord,
Very Rev. Elias Mitchell
5801 Grant Street, 33021
Mailing address: P.0. Box 6664, 33021
Phone: 954 987-8058
Melbourne
St. Barbara’s,
Administered by the Florida Deanery
3414 Purdue Street, 32901
Phone: 407-768-7780
Spring Hill
Holy Trinity,
Rev. Michael Shuster
11200 Elgin Blvd., 34608
Phone: 352 686-6050
AMERICAN CARPATHO-RUSSIAN
ORTHODOX DIOCESE OF THE U.S.A.
GEORGIA
MARYLAND
Woodstock (Atlanta Mission)
Potomac
St. Elizabeth Mission,
Rev. Robert Prepelka
206 Deerchase Drive, 30188
Phone: 770 924-7181
Holy Resurrection,
Rev. Miles Zdinak
10201 Democracy Blvd., 20854
Phone: 301 299-5120
Fax: 301 983-0847
ILLINOIS
Niles
St. Michael’s,
Rev. Samuel Sherry
7313 Waukegan Road, 60714.
Phone/Fax: 847 647-8398
Rockford
Christ the Saviour,
Rev. Seraphim von Abele
Deacon Janke Valukeviec
1802 Pershing Avenue, 61109
Phone: 815 398-2134
Residence: 1018 Woodridge Drive, 61108
Phone: 815 226-8089
Waldorf
St. Thomas the Apostle,
Rev. Chrysostomos Gunning
4419 Leonardtown Road, 20602
Residence: 6305 Sleepy Hollow Rd.,
LaPlata, MD 20646
Phone: 301 753-4039
Fax: 301 753-4030
NEW JERSEY
Bayonne
INDIANA
St. Mary’s,
Rev. John P. Fencik
90 West 30 Street, 07002
Phone: 201 436-5549
Fax: 201 858-0955
Crawfordsville
Elizabeth
Holy Transfiguration Mission,
Rev. Alexis Miller
4800W 300S, 47933
Phone: 765 364-0319
Hobart
St. Nicholas,
Rev. Peter Zarynow
954 State Street, 46342
Phone: 219 947-9737
Residence: 4610 15th Place,
Hobart, IN 46342.
Lafayette
St. Alexis (Toth),
Rev. Gregory Allard
1418 South 24th Street, 47905
Phone: 765 446-9139
Residence: 1106 Wells Street,
Lafayette, IN 47905.
Phone: 765 471-2508
Schererville
Descent of the Holy Spirit,
Rev. Lev Holowaty
545 77th Avenue, 46375
Phone/Fax: 219 864-9820
St. Nicholas,
Very Rev. John R. Pribish
668 S. Broad Street, 07202
Phone: 908 354-1384
Freehold
St. Paul the Apostle,
Rev. Robert E. Lucas
24 Burke Road, 07728
Phone: 732 780-3158
Manville
Rockaway
Saints Peter and Paul,
Rev. Paul Stoll
64 Beach Street, 07866
Phone/Fax: 973 627-1462
NEW YORK
Binghamton
St. Michael’s,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter James S. Dutko
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Stephen Dutko,
Pastor Emeritus
280 Clinton, Street, 13905
Phone: 607 797-4471
Fax: 607 797-1090
Cheektowaga
St. Mary’s, Rev. Thomas Kadlec
940 Losson Road, 14227
Residence: 81 Fairoaks Lane, 14227
Phone: 716 892-3150
Corning
St. Mary’s,
Rev. Stephen Loposky
254 Sunset Drive, 14830
Phone: 607 936-9284
Endicott
St. Mary’s,
Very Rev. Michael A. Kleban
1907 Jenkins Street, 13760
Phone: 607 754-8952
New York City
St. Mary’s,
Rev. David J. Kossey
121 East 7th Street, 10009
Phone: 212 674-1066.
Holy Ghost,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Andrew Hutnyan New York City
249 South 7th Avenue, 08835
St. Nicholas,
Phone: 908 725-3385
Very Rev. John J. Beskid
288 East 10th Street, 10009
Perth Amboy
Phone: 212 254-6685
St. John the Baptist,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Michael Rosco Seaford
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Stephen Sedor, St. Gregory of Nyssa,
Pastor Emeritus
Rev. Dr. Edward Pehanich
Protodeacon Gregory Benc
1100 Hicksville Road, 11783
145 Broad Street, 08861
Phone: 516 541-3628
Phone: 732 826-4442
Yonkers
Fax: 732 826-5383
St. Mary’s,
Rev. Michael Psenechnuk,
Rahway
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Elias Kozar,
St. John the Baptist,
Pastor Emeritus
Rev. Andrew Fetchina
485 North Broadway, 10701
211 West Grand Avenue, 07065
Phone: 914 963-5549
Phone: 732 382-8844
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AMERICAN CARPATHO-RUSSIAN
ORTHODOX DIOCESE OF THE U.S.A.
NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville
St. Joseph,
Rev. John Zboyovski
114 Challedon Drive, Candler, NC 28715
Phone: 828 667-4748
Ambridge
Hawk Run
St. John the Baptist,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter John P. Gido
450 Glenwood Drive, 15003
Phone: 724 266-2879
St. John the Baptist,
Rev. David Cochran
Deacon Emil Gulick
Fulton Street, 16840-0203
Phone: 814 342-0163
California
OHIO
Holy Trinity (Vacant)
385 Boaz Street, 15419
Akron
Central City
Dormition of the Blessed Virgin Mary,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Myron G. Zuder, Ph.D.
2112 Jennifer Street, 44313
Phone: 330 835-4840
Barton
Saints Peter and Paul,
Rev. Charles Kovich
149 Wheeler Street, 15926
Phone: 814 754-4442
Clymer
St. Michael’s,
St. Nicholas,
Very Rev. Robert F. Salley
Rev. Michael Kabel
465 Morris Street, 15728
70600 Barton Road, St. Clairsville, 43950 Phone: 724 254-4343
Phone: 740 695-9533
North Royalton
Christ the Saviour,
Very Rev. Michael Conrad
Very Rev. Dr. Stephen N. Jula,
Pastor Emeritus
10000 State Road, 44133
Phone: 440 237-9196
Residence: 9115 Ridge Road, 44133
Phone: 440 582-8163
Warren
St. Nicholas,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Kenneth M. Bachofsky
2053 North Road, NE, 44483
Phone: 330 372-6240
Residence Phone: 330 372-9778
Fax: 330 372-5987
Dickson City
St. Mary’s,
Very Rev. Jonathan Tobias
Deacon Michael Kozar
522 Main Street, 18519
Phone: 570 489-7023
Huntingdon
Epiphany of Our Lord,
Rev. Stephen Kundla
East Penn Street, Blair Park, 16652
Phone: 814 467-8329
Jacobs Creek
Jenners
St. John the Baptist,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Richard Salley
528 First Avenue, 16117.
Administered from New Castle
Phone: 724 652-7602
St. Nicholas,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Ronald A. Hazuda
Deacon Michael Hronas
1115 East Avenue, 16503
Phone: 814 453-4902
158
St. Nicholas,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Paul Herbert
903 Ann Street, 15120
Phone: 412 461-3264
Fax: 412 461-9437
Ellwood City
St. Michael’s,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter George Hutnyan,
Deacon William Friedel
125 Steel Street, 44509
Phone: 330 799-8133
Protection of the Blessed Virgin Mary,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Robert J. Rebeck
Corner of 6th St. & Tilghman St., 18103
Residence: 1231 North 14th St.,
Whitehall, 18052
Phone/Fax: 610 432-0272
Homestead
St. John the Baptist,
Rev. Jeff Zias
211 Cable Avenue, 15112
Phone: 412 824-0246
Erie
Allentown
Saints Peter and Paul,
Very Rev. John A. Baranik, Jr.
Deacon Matthew Conjelko
427 South Main Street, 15748
Phone: 724 479-3656
St. Nicholas,
Rev. Daniel Montville
Main Street, 15448
Administered from Monongahela.
314 Sixth St., 15063
Phone: 724 258-5072
East Pittsburgh
Youngstown
PENNSYLVANIA
Homer City
Freeland
St. Michael’s,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
R. Barriger
Deacon Theodore Worobey
451 Fern Street, 18224
Phone: 570 636-2085
St. Mary’s,
Rev. Sergei Alekseev
5222 Front Street, 15546
Phone/Fax: 814 629-9177
Johnstown
Christ the Saviour Cathedral,
The Most Rev. Nicholas Smisko,
Metropolitan
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Frank P. Miloro, Dean
Very Rev. Ronald Kovac, Associate Pastor
Very Rev. Protopresbyter John Yurcisin,
Pastor Emeritus
Archdeacon Robert Buczak
Deacon Oleg Aminov
300 Garfield Street, 15906
Rectory: 249 Butler Avenue, 15906
Phone: 814 539-8086
Fax: 814 536-4699
AMERICAN CARPATHO-RUSSIAN
ORTHODOX DIOCESE OF THE U.S.A.
Johnstown
Nesquehoning
Taylor
Christ the Saviour Seminary,
The Most Rev. Metropolitan Nicholas,
Rector
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Frank P. Miloro, Dean
Very Rev. Ronald Kovac, Prefect
Mount Christ the Saviour,
225 Chandler Avenue, 15906
Phone: 814 539-0116
St. John the Baptist,
Rev. Robert Teklinski
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Michael Sopoliga, Pastor Emeritus
9 W. Railroad Street, 18240
Phone: 570 669-6623
St. George’s,
Rev. Mark Leasure
745 South Keyser Avenue, 18517
Phone: 570 562-1170
Fax: 570 562-3224
Lansford
St. Nicholas,
Rev. Peter Benyo
125 W.Bertsch Street, 18232
Phone: 570 645-4311
St. John the Baptist,
Rev. Tony Joseph
St. Nicholas,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter Richard G. Salley R.R. 1, Box 241-I, Ligonier, PA 15658
Phone: 724 238-9783
205 E. Reynolds Street, 16101
Phone: 724 652-7602
Windber
Phoenixville
St. Stephen’s,
Rev. Nicholas Ferencz
1520 Susan Drive, 15650
Phone: 724 539-1109
Holy Ghost,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
John R. Fedornock
Deacon Peter Skoog
Starr and Bridge Street,
Phoenix Park, P.0. Box 66, 19460.
Phone/Fax: 610 933-3336
Levittown
Pittsburgh
Saints Peter and Paul,
Very Rev. Theodore Z. Mozes,
Deacon Athanasios Johnson-Medland
1314 Randall Avenue, 19057
Phone/Fax: 215 943-8222
St. John the Baptist,
Very Rev. John S. Brancho
2695 Woodland Avenue, 15212
Phone: 412 766-3460
McKeesport
St. Michael’s,
Rev. John Lazarek
146 Third Street, 15104
Phone: 412 271-2725
Latrobe
St. Michael’s,
Rev. George R. Patrick
424 Ninth Avenue, 15132
Phone: 412 678-0517
Mercer
Camp Nazareth,
Very Rev. R. Michael Zak, Administrator
339 Pew Road, 16137
Phone/Fax: 724 662-4840
Monongahela
St. Nicholas,
Rev. Daniel Montville
314 Sixth Street, 15063
Phone: 724 258-5072
Mt. Union
Saints Peter and Paul,
Rev. Stephen Kundla
20 W. Sherman Street, 17066
Phone: 724 479-2376
Wilpen (Ligonier)
New Castle
Rankin
Scranton
St. Nicholas,
Very Rev. Jonathan Tobias
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
John I. Dolhy, Pastor Emeritus
621 Vine Street, 18510
Phone: 570 344-5917
Sharon
St. John the Baptist,
Very Rev. Protopresbyter
Michael Polanichka
725 Cedar Avenue, 16146
Phone: 724 346-4457
Fax: 724 981-0571
St. Clair
St. Michael’s,
Very Rev. David L. Moriak
106 North Morris Street, 17970
Phone: 570 429-0670
Saints Peter and Paul,
Very Rev. David J. Smoley
141 Hoffman Farm Road, 15963
Phone: 814 467-7444
Wood
St. Michael’s,
Rev. Stephen Kundla
Box 47, 16694
Phone: 814 635-3752 or 724 479-2376
VIRGINIA
Manassas
Nativity of Our Lord,
Rev. Nicholas Wyborski
8916 Center Street, 20110
Rectory: 9625 Branchview Ct., 20110
Phone: 703 335-7441
WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield
Dormition of the Mother of God,
Rev. Michael J. Miklos
Rt. 2, Box 677. 24701
Phone: 304 323-2648
Morgantown
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary,
Very Rev. James A. Gleason, Jr.
19 West Park Avenue, 26505
Phone: 304 296-4319
ONTARIO, CANADA
Nepean
Christ the Saviour,
Rev. Maxym Lysack
26 Bowmoor Avenue, K2E-6M4 CANADA
Phone: 613 723-7790
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UKRAINIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH
Library
The Most
Reverend
Metropolitan
Constantine,
Primate
Nameday: May 23rd
P.O. Box 495
South Bound Brook, NJ 08880
Tel.: (732) 356-3017
Mrs. Vera Ortynsky, Librarian
Memorial Church Museum
P.O. Box 495
South Bound Brook, NJ 08880
Tel.: (732) 356-9105
Managed by the Consistory
United Ukrainian Orthodox Sisterhoods of the USA
1803 Sidney Street • Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Fax: (412) 431-0758
The Most Reverend Metropolitan Constantine,
Primate
1803 Sidney Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Fax: (412) 431-0758
The Most Reverend Archbishop Antony,
Archbishop & President of the Consistory
P. O. Box 495
South Bound Brook, NJ 08880
Tel.: (908) 356-0090
Fax: (908) 356-9437
Most Reverend Archbishop Vsevolod of Skopelos
3200 North Lake Shore Drive, Unit 701
Chicago, IL 60657
Consistory of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church
of the USA
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 495
South Bound Brook, NJ 08880
Shipping Address:
135 Davidson Ave.
Somerset, NJ 08873
Tel.: (732) 356-0090 • Fax: (732) 356-5556
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.vocofusa.org
Saint Sophia Ukrainian Orthodox Seminary
P.O. Box. 240
South Bound Brook, NJ 08880
Tel.: (732) 469-7555
Metropolitan Constantine,
President of the Board of Trustees
St. Andrew Ecclesiastical Supply and Bookstore
P.O. Box 495
South Bound Brook, NJ 08880
Tel.: (732) 356-0725 • Fax: (732) 356-5556
Mrs. Shirley Skocypec, Manager
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Mrs. Nadia Mirchuk, President
110 E. Cedar St.
Livingston, NJ 07039
Tel.: (973) 992-6479
All Saints Camp
Rd. #3 Goshen Rd.
Emlenton, PA 16373
Stephen Sheptak, Jr. Manager
136 Mercer Street
Butler, Pa. 16001
Tel: (724) 284-1265 [h]
(724) 867-5811 [w]
Monastery of St. Herman
4410 Franklin Blvd.
Cleveland, OH 44113
Tel.: (216) 961-3806
Rev. Fr. John Henry, Igumen
Rev. Fr. Vladimir Ivanov
Saint Eliah Monastery
V. Rev. Archimandrite Anastasie
3820 Moores Lake Road
Dover, FL 33527
Tel.: (813) 659-0123
Ukrainian Orthodox League of USA
Daria Pishko, President
64 Coleman Avenue
Chatham, NJ 07928
Tel: (212) 745-1545 [h]
(973) 635-8124 [w]
Jr. Ukrainian Orthodox League of USA
John Meschisen, President
140 Sutherland Road
N. Attleboro, MA 02760
Tel.: (508) 695-6095
Email: [email protected]
Ukrainian Cultural Center
P.O. Box 495
South Bound Brook NJ 08880
Tel.: (732) 469-1018
Tom O’ Prandy - Manager
Tel.: (804) 5894839
Rev. Fr. Stephen Dzulij, Adminstrator
SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
Photo by: Grisha Ressetar
“Upon this rock I will rebuild my church.”
Matthew 16:18
New York City, –September, 2001.
A humble whitewashed church once graced the shadows of the Trade
Towers. Since 1916, the white altar candles of St. Nicholas Greek
Orthodox Church shone brightly to welcome all who came for peace.
But at 9:59 am, September 11, those candles were violently extinguished. The sweet scent of incense was blown away by the acrid smell
of senseless destruction. And the walls came tumbling down.
Our hearts were crushed. But our spirits will never be.
Like so many other Americans, the founders of our churches were
hardworking immigrants. They came with a rock-solid belief in God,
in liberty and in the opportunity to build great things. That tradition
lives on in all of us.
To help our city and this nation, we have founded The September 11
Relief Fund for the children of the missing. To reaffirm our belief in all
that is good and right, the entire Greek Orthodox community of
America, and of the world, has united to mourn the victims of the
shameless wickedness perpetrated on that black date.
We offer our blood and our shoulders for healing and restoration
throughout the nation. We thank all those who courageously rose to help.
And we fervently pray for those who fell and those who grieve for them.
We know that the church founded 85 years ago for our beloved St.
Nicholas, patron protector of all who travel, will rise in glory once more
in the same sacred spot as a symbol of a determined faith which advances
what is just and true, noble and holy. Because we believe in God!
We will again burn incense. We will light many candles.
And liberty will shine brighter than ever.
† Archbishop Demetrios of America
COMMEMORATIVE SERVICE
On the feast day of St. Nicholas
December 6, 2001
At the site of the destroyed St. Nicholas Church, Ground Zero
GREEK ORTHODOX ARCHDIOCESE OF AMERICA
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SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
ABOVE: President George W. Bush toured Ground
Zero three days following the WTC attack on
September 11. Accompanying the President were
several religious and political leaders including
Archbishop Demetrios.
LEFT: Thousands attended the Prayer For America
Service, Sunday, Sept. 23rd, at Yankee Stadium.
Archbishop Demetrios delivered the Benediction
following the 3-hour service.
BELOW: A Commemorative Vesper service was held
at Ground Zero on St. Nicholas Day led by Archbishop
Demetrios and Archbishop Iakovos, assisted by
several hierarchs and clergy of the New York area.
Those in attendance included families of the victims,
diplomatic, political and lay representatives.
Families of some of the Greek Orthodox victims in
front of the International Memorial Wall, including
the parents and sister of John C. Katsimatidis, 31,
Mr. and Mrs. Andonios Katsimatidis and Anthoula,
Special Assistant for European Affairs to Gov. Pataki.
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James Estrin, The New York Times
SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
Immediately prior to the beginning of the Vespers Service at Ground Zero on St. Nicholas
Day, His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios was allowed to go to the site of the completely
demolished Church of St. Nicholas and remove some dirt from the hallowed ground.
His Eminence, accompanied by Father John Romas, pastor of St. Nicholas and Deacon
Nektarios are shown returning to begin the Commemorative Service.
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SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
In a moving visit to the Pentagon
site on Sept. 21st, His Eminence,
following a Memorial Service
on the grounds, was able to go
to the site and meet and pray
with soldiers and officials. With
the Archbishop was Michael
Jaharis, vice-chairman of the
Archdiocesan Council.
Joining His Eminence at the Pentagon site were newly-appointed Ambassador of
Greece to the United States Thomas Miller and head of the USAID Andrew Natsios.
Archbishop Demetrios and Metropolitan Theodosius of the Orthodox Church in
America celebrated a Memorial Vespers at Saint Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathedral.
His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios was one of several religious leaders invited
to the White House by President Bush on Sept. 20th, to pray with him and offer
counsel as he prepared to address the joint session of Congress and the Nation.
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SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
Foreign Minister of Greece George Papandreou visited Ground
Zero with Archbishop Demetrios and pledged, on behalf of
the Government of Greece, $500,000 towards the rebuilding
of St. Nicholas Church.
Archbishop Demetrios at Ground Zero site of St. Nicholas
Church with NY state Assemblyman Michael Giannaris and
NYPD Detective Nick Gregoriades.
A memorial service for Prokopios Zois at St. Paul's Church,
Hempstead, NY.
Archbishop Demetrios displays two of several small items
recovered from the ruins of St. Nicholas Church.
These include a paper icon of St. Dionysios and a liturgical
book. Also recovered recently were an icon of Zoodochos
Peghe, burned liturgical cloths, and damaged candelabras.
A special prayer for a special person, representing many
special people!
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President George Bush welcomes Archbishop
Demetrios to the White House on the occasion of
the celebration of Greek Independence Day.
Mayor Rudolph Giuliani hosted a celebration of
Greek Independence Day on March 25th for the
Greek American community of New York City.
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan welcomes
Archbishop Demetrios to the United Nations to applaud the
passage on May 31st by the General Assembly of a resolution
that protects and preserves religious sites and cultural
heritage around the world.
Ambassador of the United States to the United Nations John
Negroponte spoke at a Vespers Service at Holy Trinity Cathedral
honoring staff members of the delegations representing the
Churches of the Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox
Bishops in the Americas (SCOBA) and the Standing Conference
of Oriental Orthodox Churches (SCOOTCH)
Governor George Pataki invited His Eminence to his
office to discuss the future of St. Nicholas Church.
Mayor-elect Michael Bloomberg of New York City
paid a courtesy visit to his neighbor from across the
street, Archbishop Demetrios, prior to the election.
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On the occasion of the
1700th Anniversary of
Armenia’s Conversion to
Christianity His Holiness
Karekin II Patriarch and
Catholicos of All Armenians
visited the United States
and was hosted at a
luncheon by Archbishop
Demetrios. They are
shown with Archbishop
Khajag, Primate of the
Diocese of the Armenian
Church of America;
Consul General of Greece
in New York Dimitris
Platis and Ambassador
of Cyprus to the United
Nations Sotos Zacheos.
Mr. Ted Apostoleris was honored by
Archbishop Demetrios on Dec. 13 in
St. Paul’s Chapel of the Archdiocese
with the highest distinction for laymen,
the St. Paul Medal. Present for the
ceremony were his wife Jean and four
children, Chris Jean, Theodore, Jr.
and twins, Alexandra and Margaret.
President and Owner of Great Lakes
Communications and an active member
of St. Nicholas Church, Ann Arbor,
MI, Ted has been volunteering his
services to the Archdiocese since 1995.
His ongoing work for the Archdiocese
has resulted in savings in excess of
$500,000. A true servant-leader to
the Archdiocese, he has never said
“no” to any request and given
110% in everything that he does.
The Cyprus Federation of
America honored Archbishop
Demetrios with its Lifetime
Achievement Award on
Dec. 2nd. Shown are Savvas
Tsivicos, president; Andreas
D. Comodromos, Justice for
Cyprus Award; Ambassador
Nicos Rolandis, Cyprus
Minister of Industry,
Commerce and Tourism,
Philip Angelides, Treasurer
of California, Justice for
Cyprus Award; Nicholas J.
Bouras, Humanitarian and
Philanthropic Award and
John Metaxas, toastmaster,
VP of Communications,
E*Trade Group.
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ABOVE: Following a visit to the Pentagon disaster site, a reception was held for Archbishop Demetrios at the Capitol, attended by
several Congressional Representatives, including: Rep. John Sununu (R-NH), Rep. and Mrs. Ben Gilman (R-NY), Rep. Eliot Engel
(D-NY), Rep. James Maloney (D-CT), Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-NY), Rep. James Langevin (D-RI), Rep. Shelley Berkley (D-NV),
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehitnen (R-FL) and (right photo) Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-RI). BELOW (left): A special day for families is the
Divine Liturgy of Holy Thursday at St. Paul’s Chapel at the Archdiocese. BELOW (right): Transfiguration Church (Alpharetta, GA)
GOYANS capture two first place trophies in GOYA dance competitions in Mobile, AL and Asheville, NC. BOTTOM: Denver Diocese
hosts National GOYAL Conference.
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PARISHES
ALABAMA (AL)
Birmingham (35233)
Holy Trinity-Holy Cross Cathedral
307 19th Street, South
Tel: (205) 716-3080
Fax: (205) 716-3085
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Paul C. Costopoulos
Rev. Fr. Soterios Rousakis
Huntsville (35814)
Holy Cross/SS. Constantine & Helen
Church
3021 University Drive
Tel: (256) 534-4221
Fax: (256) 534-4206
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://greekchurch.org
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. George T. Pappas)
Mobile (36604)
Annunciation Church
50 South Ann Street
Tel: (334) 438-9888
Fax: (334) 438-9889
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. James J. Cleondis
Montgomery (36107)
Annunciation Church
1721 Mt. Meigs Road
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 70668 (36109)
Tel: (334) 263-1366
Fax: (334) 263-1365
Rev. Fr. Demetrios N. Kehagias
ALASKA (AK)
Anchorage (99507-4256)
Holy Transfiguration Church
2800 O’Malley Road
Tel: (907) 344-0190
Fax: (907) 344-9909
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. J. Michael Diavatis
Tel: (602) 486-8665
Fax: (602) 486-5290
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.stharalambos.org
Rev. Fr. Michael T. Pallad
Phoenix (85016)
Holy Trinity Cathedral
1973 East Maryland Avenue
Tel: (602) 264-7863
Fax: (602) 230-9099
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Nicholas C. Papedo
Rev. Fr. Theofanis Degaitas
Rev. Deacon John T. Thrasher
Scottsdale (85260)
Assumption Church
8202 East Cactus
Tel: (480) 991-3009
Fax: (480) 991-3717
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Andrew J. Barakos
Tucson (85719)
St. Demetrios Church
1145 East Fort Lowell Rd.
Tel: (520) 888-0505
Fax: (520) 888-3089
Rev. Fr. Anthony Moschonas
ARKANSAS (AR)
Hot Springs (71901)
Zoodochos Peghe Church
502 Morrison Avenue
Tel: (501) 623-4646
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Pierre Delfos)
Little Rock (72211)
Annunciation Church
1100 Napa Valley Dr.
Tel: (501) 221-5300
Fax: (501) 225-6749
Email:
[email protected]
Rev. Fr. Nicholas J. Verdaris
ARIZONA (AZ)
Chandler (85224)
St. Katherine Church
2716 N. Dobson Rd.
Tel: (480) 899-3330
Fax: (480) 812-9669
Rev. Fr. Philip S. Armstrong
Peoria (85345)
St. Haralambos Church
10320 N. 84th Avenue
CALIFORNIA (CA)
Anaheim (92801)
St. John the Baptist Church
405 North Dale Street
Tel: (714)827-0181
Fax: (714)827-8143
Email: [email protected]
Web:http://www.go-stjohns.org
Rev. Fr. James S. Diavatis
Bakersfield (93301)
St. George Church
401 Truxtun Avenue
Tel: (661) 325-8602
Fax: (661 )325-8694
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.kern.com/~greek/
st.george/church.html
Rev. Fr. Joseph Chaffee
Belmont (94002)
Holy Cross Church
900 Alameda del las Pulgas
Tel: (650) 591-4447
Fax: (650) 508-9846
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Peter G. Salmas
Camarillo (93010)
St. Demetrios Church
400 Skyway Drive
Tel: (805)482-1273
Fax: (805)388-4978
V. Rev. Fr. Cyril M. Loeb
Cardiff-By-The-Sea (92007)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
3459 Manchester Ave. #32
Tel: (760) 942-0920
Fax: (760) 633-1486
Rev. Fr. Theodore Phillips
Castro Valley (94546)
Church of the Resurrection
20104 Center Street
Tel: (510) 581-8950
Fax: (510) 881-8333
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.anastasi.org
Rev. Fr. Photios Dumont
Concord (94521)
St. Demetrios Church
1955 Kirker Pass Road
Tel: (925) 676-6967
Fax: (925) 676-3910
Rev. Fr. Marin State
Rev. Deacon Gregory George
Covina (91724)
St. Nectarios Church
20340 E. Covina Blvd.
Tel: (626) 967-5524
Fax: (626) 967-0655
Rev. Fr. Theodore Pantels
Downey (90241)
St. George Church
10846 K. Downey Ave.
P.0. Box 650
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PARISHES
Tel: (562) 862-6461
Fax: (562) 862-2672
V. Rev. Fr. John E. Constantine
El Cajon (92020-5206)
St. Gregory of Nyssa Church
311 Highland Street
Tel: (619) 593-0707
Fax: (619) 593-0894
Rev. Fr. Peter D. Delvizis
Elk Grove (95758)
St. Katherine Church
9165 Peets Street
Tel: (916) 683-3443
Fax: (916) 683-3389
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.saintkatherine.org
Rev. Fr. Constantine C. Pappademos
Fresno (93703)
St. George Church
2219 N. Orchard Avenue
Tel: (209) 233-0397
Fax: (209) 233-0564
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. James C. Pappas
Rev. Deacon Peter M. Livanis
Ignacio (94949)
Nativity of Christ Church
1110 Dickson Drive
Tel: (415) 883-1998
Fax: (415) 883-2057
Rev. Fr. Constantine P. Efstathiu
Irvine (92604-8606)
St. Paul Church
4949 Alton Parkway
Tel: (949) 733-2366
Fax: (949) 733-0962
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://[email protected]
Rev. Fr. Steven P. Tsichlis
Rev. Fr. Timothy Robinson
Lancaster (93539)
SS Constantine & Helen Church
4304 30th St. West
Maililng Address: P.O. Box 4404
Tel: (661) 945-1212
Rev. Fr. John Alexandres
Long Beach (90814)
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Church
5761 East Colorado St.
Tel: (562) 494-8929
Fax: (562) 985-1379
Rev. Fr. Nick G. Milatos
170
Los Angeles (90006)
Saint Sophia Cathedral
1324 So. Normandie Ave.
Tel: (323) 737-2424
Fax: (323) 737-7029
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.stsophiala.org
Rev. Fr. John S. Bakas
Rev. Fr. Paul T. Paris
Modesto (95353)
Annunciation Church
313 Tokay Avenue
P.O. Box 707
Tel: (209) 522-7694
Fax: (209) 522-3926
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.goannunciation.org
Rev. Fr. Jon E. Magoulias
Northridge (91325)
St. Nicholas Church
9501 Balboa Boulevard
Tel: (818) 886-4040
Fax: (818) 886-3933
Rev. Fr. Spencer Kezios
Rev. Fr. Constantine Valantasis
Rev. Fr. Peter Stratos
Oakland (94602)
Ascension Cathedral
4700 Lincoln Avenue
Tel: (510) 531-3400
Fax: (510) 531-3711
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.ascensioncathedral.org
Rev. Fr. Thomas J. Paris
Rev. Fr. Kyriakos (Gary) Kyriacou
Palm Desert (92260)
St. George Church
74-109 Larrea
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 4755 (92261)
Tel: (760)568-9901
Fax: (760)568-9492
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. James Tavlarides)
Rev. Deacon Euthym Kontaxis
Pasadena (91107)
St. Anthony Church
778 So. Rosemead Blvd.
Tel: (626) 449-6943
Fax: (626) 449-6974
Rev. Fr. Efstathios V. Mylonas
Redding (96001)
St. George Church
1509 “C” Yuba Street
Mailing address:
P. O. Box 492584 (96049-2584)
Tel: (530) 241-1575
Fax: (530) 241-1575
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Gregory R. Jensen
Redondo Beach (90277)
St. Katherine Church
722 Knob Hill
Tel: (310) 540-2434
Fax: (310) 316-4655
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Michael K. Courey
Roseville (95661)
St. Anna Greek Orthodox Church
114 N. Sunrise Ave./ Suite #A1
Tel: (916) 772-9372
Rev. Fr. Christopher Flesoras
Sacramento (95816-3895)
Annunciation Church
600 Alhambra Blvd.
Mailing Address:
3022 “F” Street
Tel: (916) 443-2033
Fax: (916) 443-2743
Email: [email protected]
Web:
http://www.annunciation.ca.goarch.org
Rev. Fr. Demetrius T. Dogias
Rev. Fr. Gregory J. Koo
Salinas (93901)
St. John the Baptist Church
326 Park Street
Tel: (831) 424-4434
Fax: (831) 424-0428
Web: http://www.stjohn-monterey.org
Rev. Fr. John J. Roll
San Bernardino (92408)
Prophet Elias Church
1035 Inland Center Drive
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 296 (92402)
Tel: (909) 885-6213
Fax: (909) 888-3407
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://members.aol.com/stelias/
index.html
Rev. Fr. Peter D. Costarakis
San Diego (92103)
St. Spyridon Church
3655 Park Boulevard
Tel: (619)297-4165
Fax: (619) 297-4181
PARISHES
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. John Kariotakis
San Francisco (94103)
Annunciation Cathedral
245 Valencia Street
Tel: (415) 864-8000
Fax: (415) 431-5860
Email: [email protected]
Web:http://www.annunciation.org
Rev. Fr. Stephen Kyriacou
San Francisco (94132)
Holy Trinity Church
999 Brotherhood Way
Tel: (415) 584-4747
Fax: (415) 584-3340
Rev. Fr. Anthony Kosturos
San Jose (95120)
St. Basil Church
6430 Bose Lane
Tel: (408) 268-3214
Fax: (408) 268-0646
Rev. Fr. Konstantine Mendrinos
San Jose (95126)
St. Nicholas Church
1260 Davis Street
Tel: (408) 246-2770
Fax: (408) 246-0143
Email: [email protected]
Web:http://www.saintnicholas.org
Rev. Fr. John Asimacopoulos
Rev. Fr. Alexander M. Leong
Rev. Deacon James Diakos
Santa Barbara (93111)
St. Barbara Church
1205 San Antonio Creek Road
Tel: (805) 683-4492
Fax: (805) 964-2774
Web: www.saintbarbara.net
Rev. Fr. Constantine A. Zozos
Santa Cruz (95060)
Prophet Elias Church
223 Church Street
Tel: (831) 429-6500
V. Rev. Fr. Meletios P. Webber
Stockton (95207)
St. Basil Church
920 March Lane
Tel: (209) 478-7564
Fax: (209) 478-1814
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Michael G. Pappas
Temecula (92590)
St. Nicholas Church
42030 Avenida Alvarado
Mailing address:
P. O. Box 891147 (92589)
Tel: (909) 296-6207
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Demetrios-Earl Cantos Jr.
Upland (91786)
St. Spyridon Church
1391 Chaffee St.
P.O. Box 1327
Tel: (909) 985-4411
Web: www.saintspyridon.org
Rev. Fr. Constantine Douvikas
Vallejo (94590)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
1224 Alabama Street
Tel: (707)642-6916
Fax: (707)642-1577
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.home.pacbell.net/
stscandh/
Rev. Fr. John B. Konugres
COLORADO (CO)
Boulder (80301)
SS. Peter & Paul Church
5640 Jay Road
Tel: (303) 581-1434
Fax: (303) 581-1031
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.members.aol.com/
sspetepaul
(Serviced by Diocesan Clergy)
Rev. Deacon Mark Spero
Colorado Springs (80907)
Archangel Michael Church
2215 Paseo Road
Mailing address:
P. O. Box 38271 (80937-8271)
Tel: (719) 634-5678
Rev. Fr. Dennis Schutte
Craig (81626)
St. John The Baptist Church
691 Green Street
P.O. Box 848
Tel: (303) 824-6664
(Serviced by Diocesan Clergy)
Denver (80246-1301)
Assumption Cathedral
4610 E. Alameda Avenue
Tel: (303) 388-9314
Fax: (303) 329-6337
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.assumptioncathedral.org
Rev. Fr. Constandinos A. Pavlakos
Rev. Fr. Apostolos Hill
Grand Junction (81506)
St. Nicholas Church
3585 North 12th Street
Tel: (970) 242-9590
(Serviced by Diocesan Clergy)
Greenwood Village
(80111-3319)
Saint Catherine Church
5555 S. Yosemite Street
Tel: (303) 773-3411
Fax: (303) 773-6641
Rev. Fr. Louis J. Christopulos
Pueblo (81004)
St. John The Baptist Church
1010 Spruce Street
Mailing address:
P. O. Box 3011 (81005-0011)
Tel: (719) 544-8554
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Constantine Raptis)
CONNECTICUT (CT)
Ansonia (06401)
Holy Trinity Church
2 Hubbell Ave.
Mailling Address:
P. O. Box 145 (06614)
Tel: (203) 735-1919
Rev. Fr. Joel L. McEachen
Bridgeport (06604)
Holy Trinity Church
4070 Park Avenue
Tel: (203) 374-5561
Fax: (203) 374-5770
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.holytrinity.ct.goarch.org
Rev. Fr. Demetrios A. Recachinas
Bristol (06010)
St. Demetrios Church
31 Brightwood Road
Mailing address:
43 Midwell Road
Weathersfield (06109)
Tel: (860) 583-3476
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. James
Demetriades)
Danbury (06811)
Assumption Church
30 Clapboard Ridge Road
Tel: (203) 748-2992
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PARISHES
Fax: (203) 748-7747
Rev. Fr. Peter C. Karloutsos
Danielson (06239)
Holy Trinity Church
80 Water Street
P.O. Box 236
Tel: (860) 774-6245
Rev. Fr. Nick A. Milas
Enfield (06083-1155)
St. Nicholas Church
Church and Chapel Streets
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1155
Tel: (860) 745-3880
Rev. Fr. Paul C. Bebis
Hartford (06114)
St. George Cathedral
433 Fairfield Avenue
Tel: (860) 956-7586
Fax: (860) 956-1377
Rev. Fr. Chrysostom Maniudakis
Rev. Fr. Donat Augusta
New Britain (06052)
St. George Church
301 West Main Street
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1753 (06050)
Tel: (860) 229-0055
Fax: (860) 225-3586
Rev. Fr. James T. Bogiatzis
New Haven
(06533)
Saint Basil the Great Church
1 Tower Lane
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 9356
Tel: (203) 777-8294
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Gregory
Stamkopoulos)
New London
(06320)
Saint Sophia Church
200 Hempstead Street
Tel: (860) 442-2377
Fax: (860) 442-1020
Rev. Fr. Charles J. Simones
Norwalk (06851)
St. George Church
238 West Rocks Road
Tel: (203) 849-0611
Fax: (203) 750-0138
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Dasouras
172
Norwich (06360)
Holy Trinity Church
247 Washington Street
Tel: (860) 887-1458
Fax: (860) 887-1458
Rev. Fr. Paul N. Pantelis
Orange (06477)
St. Barbara Church
480 Race Brook Rd.
Tel: (203) 795-1347
Fax: (203) 795-1348
Email: [email protected]
Web:http://www.saintbarbara.org
Rev. Fr. Peter J. Orfanakos
Stamford (06905)
Annunciation Church
1230 Newfield Avenue
Tel: (203) 322-2093
Fax: (203) 968-6632
Rev. Fr. Constantine Mathews
Stamford (06905)
Archangels Church
1527 Bedford Street
Tel: (203) 348-4216
Fax: (203) 353-0371
Rev. Fr. George Poulos
Waterbury (06708)
Holy Trinity Church
937 Chase Parkway
Tel: (203) 754-5189
Fax: (203) 759-5622
Rev. Fr. Steven P. Natsis
DELAWARE (DE)
Wilmington (19806)
Holy Trinity Church
808 North Broom Street
Tel: (302) 654-4446
Fax: (302) 654-4204
Rev. Fr. Anastasios Bourantas
DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA (DC)
Washington (20011)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
4115 Sixteenth Street, NW
Tel: (202) 829-2910
Fax: (202) 829-8060
Rev. Fr. Basil G. Kissal
Rev. Fr. Stanley Voyiaziakis
Washington (20007)
Saint Sophia Cathedral
36th St. & Massachusetts Ave.
Tel: (202) 333-4730
Fax: (202) 625-7173
Email: [email protected]
Web:
http://www.stsophiawashington.org
Rev. Fr. John Tavlarides
Rev. Fr. Steven P. Zorzos
FLORIDA (FL)
Boca Raton (33431)
St. Mark Church
2100 NW 51st Street
Tel: (561) 994-4822
Fax: (561) 998-7875
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.saintmarkboca.net
Rev. Fr. James S. Gavrilos
Rev. Fr. J. Gregory Waynick
Clearwater (33765)
Holy Trinity Church
409 Old Coachman Road, S.
Tel: (727) 799-4605
Fax: (727) 799-9173
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. James Rousakis
Rev. Fr. James I. Iliou
Daytona Beach (32118)
St Demetrios Church
129 N. Halifax Avenue
Tel: (386) 252-6012
Fax: (386) 253-7613
Email: [email protected]
Web:
http://www.saintdemetriosdaytona.org
Rev. Fr. Nicholas G. Manousakis
Ft. Lauderdale (33304)
St. Demetrios Church
815 N.E. 15th Avenue
Tel: (954) 467-1515
Fax: (954) 467-0212
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.stdemetrios.org
Rev. Fr. Christopher T. Metropulos
Ft. Myers (33919-5116)
Annunciation Church
8210 Cypress Lake Drive
Tel: (941) 481-2099
Fax: (941) 481-0504
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Johannes L. Jacobse
Ft. Pierce (34981)
St. Nicholas Church
2525 South 25th Street
Tel: (561) 464-7194
PARISHES
Fax: (561) 464-5595
V. Rev. Fr. Anastasios Garaboa
Ft. Walton Beach (32549)
SS. Markella & Demetrios Church
Bryn Mawr at Miracle Strip Pky
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 2135 (32548)
Tel: (850) 244-0822
Fax: (850) 243-7995
V. Rev. Fr. Constantine T. Mersinas
Gainesville (32653)
St. Elizabeth Church
5129 N. W. 53rd Avenue
Tel: (352) 371-7258
Rev. Fr. Michael Monos
Hollywood (33021)
St. George Church
425 N. 58th Avenue
Tel: (954) 966-1898
Fax: (954) 966-1906
Rev. Fr. Michael Kamaritis
Jacksonville (32207)
St. John the Divine Church
3850 Atlantic Blvd.
Tel: (904) 396-5383
Fax: (904) 399-1547
Email: [email protected]
V. Rev. Fr. Nicholas T. Graff
Rev. Fr. Milton A. Magos
Lecanto (34451)
St. Michael the Archangel Church
4705 W. Gulf to Lake Hwy SR44
Mailing address: P.O. Box 241
Inverness, (32651-0241)
Tel: (352) 527-0766
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Nicholas K. Samaras
Maitland/Orlando (32751)
Holy Trinity Church
1217 Trinity Woods Lane
Tel: (407) 331-4687
Fax: (407) 331-4898
Email: [email protected]
Web: orlandogoc.org
Rev. Fr. Dean Gigicos
Rev. Fr. C. Mark Elliott
Melbourne (32940)
St. Katherine Church
5965 Wickham Road
Tel: (321) 254-1045
Fax: (321) 254-1045
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Spyridon G. Korkos
Miami (33156-7499)
St. Andrew Church
7901 No. Kendall Drive
Tel: (305) 595-1343
Fax: (305) 595-1369
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Michael N. Sitaras
Miami (33129)
St. Sophia Cathedral
2401 S.W. 3rd Avenue
Mailing Address:
244 S.W. 24th Rd.
Tel: (305) 854-2922
Fax: (305) 858-1854
Email: [email protected]
V. Rev. Fr. Stavroforos Mamaies
Naples (34109)
St. Katherine Church
7100 Airport Rd. North
Tel: (941) 591-3430
Fax: (941) 591-3271
Email: [email protected]
(Serviced by Rev.Fr. William Kehayes)
New Port Richey (34654)
St. George Church
9426 Little Road
Tel: (727) 868-5911
Fax: (727) 861-1358
Rev. Fr. Panayiotis Papageorgiou
North Miami (33168)
Annunciation Church
12250 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Tel: (305) 681-1061
Fax: (305) 681-0600
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Philemon T.
Payiatis)
Panama City (32401)
St. John The Theologian Church
136 Baldwin Road
P.O. Box 1933
Tel: (850) 769-3616
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. William G. Gaines)
Pensacola (32501)
Annunciation Church
1720 W. Garden Street
Tel: (850) 433-2662
Fax: (850) 433-9990
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Andrew Scordalakis
Port Charlotte (33980-2702)
Holy Trinity Church
24411 Rampart Blvd.
Tel: (941) 629-3888
Fax: (941) 629-3873
Rev. Fr. Demetrios Kavouras
Sarasota (34243)
St. Barbara Church
7671 N. Lockwood Ridge Road
Tel: (941) 355-2616
Fax: (941) 355-0013
Email: [email protected]
Web:
http://[email protected]
V. Rev. Fr. Frank M. Kirlangitis
St. Augustine (32085-0949)
Holy Trinity Church
7 Waldo Street
Tel: (904)829-0504
Rev. Fr. Nikitas Theodosion
St. Petersburg (33710-1262)
St. Stefanos Church
3600 76th Street N.
Tel: (727) 345-8235
Fax: (727) 345-8286
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.saintstefanos.org
Rev. Fr. George N. Patides
Tallahasse (32308-5303)
Holy Mother of God Church
1645 Phillip’s Road
Tel: (850) 878-0747
Fax: (850) 878-4936
Email: [email protected]
Web:
http://www.freenet.tlh.fl.us/~greekort/
Rev. Fr. Dennis Listerman-Vierling
Tampa (33609)
St. John the Baptist Church
2418 Swann Avenue
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 271828 (33688-1828)
Tel: (813) 876-8830
Fax: (813) 873-1107
Email: [email protected]
Web:
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Delp
hi/9119
Rev. Fr. Konstantinos E. Kostaris
Tarpon Springs (34689)
St. Nicholas Cathedral
18 Hibiscus Street
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 248 (34688-0248)
Tel: (727) 937-3540
Fax: (727) 937-1739
Rev. Fr. Tryfon C. Theophilopoulos
Rev. Fr. Constantine Simeonides
173
PARISHES
West Palm Beach (33405)
St. Catherine Church
110 Southern Blvd.
Tel: (561) 833-6387
Fax: (561) 833-6391
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Andrew Maginas
Macon (31208)
Holy Cross Church
3269 Bloomfield Drive
Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 5692
Tel: (912) 781-8196
Rev. Fr. Michael Vastakis
Winter Haven (33880)
St. Sophia Church
1030 Bradbury Road
Tel: (941) 299-4532
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Constantine
Regopoulos)
Marietta (30066)
Holy Transfiguration Church
3431 Trickum Road
Tel: (770) 924-8080
Fax: (770) 924-3030
Email: [email protected]
V. Rev. Fr. Sebastian Skordallos
GEORGIA (GA)
Athens (30605)
St. Philothea Church
980 S. Lumpkin Street
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 49469 (30604)
Tel: (706) 310-1304 or 1306
Fax: (706) 310-1307
Email: [email protected]
Web:
http://www.stphilothea.ga.goarch.org
Rev. Fr. Anthony Salzman
Atlanta (30329)
Annunciation Cathedral
2500 Clairmont Rd. N.E.
Tel: (404) 633-5870
Fax: (404) 633-6018
Email: [email protected]
Web: http:/www.atlgoc.org
Rev. Fr. George A. Alexson
Augusta (30901)
Holy Trinity Church
953 Telfair Street
Tel: (706) 724-1087
Fax: (706) 724-3621
Rev. Fr. Cyril Garrett
Columbus, GA (31904)
Holy Transfiguration Mission
4612 Gilbert Avenue
Tel: (706) 323-0202
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Vasile Bitere)
Cumming (30040)
SS Raphael, Nicholas & Irene Church
P.O. Box 588
Tel: (770) 945-2750
Web: www.ieromartyres.org
Rev. Fr. Kenneth C. Anthony
174
Savannah (31401)
St. Paul Church
14 W. Anderson Street
Tel: (912) 236-8256
Fax: (912) 236-7321
Email: //[email protected]
Web: //personal.lig.bellsouth.net/spauls/
Rev. Fr. Nicholas J. Capilos
HAWAII (HI)
Honolulu (96822)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
930 Lunalilo Street
Tel: (808)521-7220
Fax: (808) 523-0429
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Dean W. Kouldukis
Kihei, Maui (96753-8007)
Greek Orthodox Church of Maui
1578 North Alaniu Pl.
Tel: (808) 874-5919
Fax: (808) 879-1820
Email: [email protected]
(Serviced by Rev. James T. Adams)
IDAHO (ID)
Boise (83702)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
2618 Bannock Street
Tel: (208) 345-6147
Fax: (208) 345-6147
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.fr-d-serfes.org
V. Rev. Fr. Nektarios Serfes
Pocatello (83205-4567)
Assumption Church
518 North 5th Avenue
P.O. Box 4567
Tel: (208) 232-5519
Fax: (208) 235-1689
Rev. Fr. Kallinikos J. Petsas
ILLINOIS (IL)
Aurora (60504)
St. Athanasios Church
1855 East 5th Ave.
Tel: (630) 851-6106
Fax: (630) 851-6186
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.stathanasios.org
Rev. Fr. Christopher Constantinides
Rev. Deacon Vasilios Smith
Champaign (61820)
Three Hierarchs Church
2010 Three Hierarchs Court
Tel: (217) 352-3452
Fax: (217) 352-7289
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.threehierarchs.org.
Rev. Fr. George Pyle
Chicago (60610)
Annunciation Cathedral
1017 N. La Salle Drive
Tel: (312) 664-5485
Fax: (312) 664-5921
Rev. Fr. Nicholas I. Nikokavouras
V. Rev. Fr. Demetri Kantzavelos
Chicago (60644)
Assumption Church
601 S. Central Avenue
Tel: (773) 626-3114
Fax: (773) 626-3141
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.assumptionchicago.org
Rev. Fr. George C. Massouras
Chicago (60639)
Holy Trinity Church
6041 W. Diversey Avenue
Tel: (773) 622-5979
Fax: (773) 622-8333
Rev. Fr. George C. Kaloudis
Chicago (60660-4803)
St. Andrew Church
5649 N. Sheridan Road
Tel: (773) 334-4515
Fax: (773) 334-3468
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.standreworthodox.org
Rev. Fr. Michael H. Kontos
PARISHES
Chicago (60607)
St. Basil Church
733 S. Ashland Blvd.
Tel: (312) 243-3738
Fax: (312) 243-7961
Rev. Fr. Chris P. Kerhulas
Chicago (60625)
St. Demetrios Church
2727 W. Winona St.
Tel: (773) 561-5992
Fax: (773) 561-6366
Rev. Fr. Apostolos N. Georgiafentis
Rev. Fr. Chris A. Webb
Chicago (60614)
St. George Church
2701 N. Sheffield Avenue
Tel: (773) 525-1793
Fax: (773) 525-2867
Rev. Fr. Christos J. Vagias
Chicago (60639)
St. Nicholas Albanian Church
2701 N. Narragansett Ave.
V. Rev. Fr. Philip Koufos
Decatur (62522)
Annunciation Church
570 N. Union Street
Tel: (217) 429-7023
Rev. Fr. Theodore J. Vaggalis
Dekalb (60115)
St. George Church
320 S. Second Street
Tel: (815) 758-5731
Rev. Fr. James Tsoulos
Des Plaines (60016)
St. John the Baptist Church
2350 Dempster Street
Tel: (847) 827-5519
Fax: (847) 824-3455
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. John Rallis
Rev. Fr. John Ketchum
East Moline (61244)
Assumption Church
4900 Kennedy Drive
Tel: (309) 792-2912
Fax: (309) 792-2913
E-mail: [email protected]
http://assumptionlink.org
Rev. Fr. Peter J. Pappas
Elgin (60123)
Saint Sophia Church
525 Church Road
Tel: (847) 888-2822
Fax: (847) 888-2986
Web: http://www.st-sophia.com
Rev. Fr. Andrew Karamitos
Rev. Fr. Constantine P. Botsis
Rev. Fr. Cosmas J. Halekakis
Rev. Deacon John Suhayda
Elmhurst (60126)
St. Demetrios Church
893 Church Road
Tel: (630) 834-7010
Fax: (630) 834-7256
Rev. Fr. Panagiotis Malamis
Oak Lawn (60453-4892)
St. Nicholas Church
10301 S. Kolmar Avenue
Tel: (708) 636-5460
Fax: (708) 636-3883
V. Rev. Fr. Timothy Bakakos
Rev. Fr. Alexander Prodes
Glenview (60025)
SS. Peter & Paul Church
1401 Wagner Road
Tel: (847) 729-2235
Fax: (847) 729-6562
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Angelo J. Artemas
Hegewisch (60633)
Assumption Church
13631 Brainard Avenue
Tel: (773) 646-2999
Fax: (773) 362-2310
Rev. Fr. George E. Philippas
Joliet (60435)
All Saints Church
102 North Broadway
Tel: (815) 722-1727
Fax: (815) 722-6980
Rev. Fr. Stephen C. Bithos
Justice (60458)
Holy Cross Church
7560 S. Archer Avenue
Tel: (708) 594-2040
Fax: (708) 594-8362
Rev. Fr. John N. Kalomas
Kankakee (60901)
Annunciation Church
296 N. Washington Avenue
Tel: (815) 933-5482
Rev. Fr. Dimitri Callozzo
Lincolnshire (60069)
Ascension of Our Lord Church
1207 Riverwoods Road
Tel: (847) 482-1200
Fax: (847) 482-9566
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.ascensiongoc.com
Rev. Fr. James S. Gordon
Niles (60714-4503)
Holy Taxiarchai - St. Haralambos
Church
7373 Caldwell Avenue
Tel: (847) 647-8880
Fax: (847) 647-0991
Olympia Fields (60461)
Assumption Church
20401 South Western Ave.
Tel: (708) 748-3040
Fax: (708) 748-3306
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Sotirios Dimitriou
Palatine (60067)
St. Nectarios Church
133 South Roselle Road
Tel: (847) 358-5170
Fax: (847) 358-5193
Rev. Fr. Peter G. Balkas
Palos Heights (60463)
St. Spyridon Church
12307 S. Ridgeland
Tel: (708) 385-0787
Fax: (708) 385-0166
Rev. Fr. Anargyros C. Stavropoulos
Palos Hills (60465)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
11025-45 South Roberts Rd
Tel: (708) 974-3400
Fax: (708) 974-0179
Rev. Fr. Byron S. Papanikolaou
Rev. Fr. Nicholas W. Jonas
Peoria (61603)
All Saints Church
1812 North Prospect Rd.
Tel: (309) 682-5824
Fax: (309)682-0765
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Michael Condos
Rock Island (61201)
St. George Church
2930 31st Avenue
Tel: (309) 786-8163
Fax: (309) 786-8188
Rev. Fr. Constantine Photos
Rockford (61107)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
108 North Fifth Street
Tel: (815) 963-8625
175
PARISHES
Fax: (815) 963-8646
Rev. Fr. John E. Artemas
Fax: (219) 769-0610
Rev. Fr. Theodore Poteres
Springfield (62704)
St. Anthony Church
1600 So. Glenwood Avenue
Tel: (217) 522-7010
Rev. Fr. Anthony G. Tzortzis
Schererville (46375)
St. George Church
528 77th Avenue
Tel: (219) 322-6168
Fax: (219) 322-7271
Rev. Fr. Constantine Aliferakis
Swansea (62226)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
405 Huntwood Road
Tel: (618) 277-0330
Fax: (618) 277-1930
Rev. Fr. Dumitru Macaila
Waukegan (60085)
St. Demetrios Church
1217 North Ave
Tel: (847) 623-0190
Rev. Fr. John N. Sardis
Westchester (60154)
Holy Apostles Church
2501 South Wolf Road
Tel: (708) 562-2744
Fax: (708) 562-2752
Web:
http://www.holyapostleschurch.com
Rev. Fr. William S. Chiganos
Rev. Fr. Peter J. Spiro
INDIANA (IN)
Fort Wayne (46825)
Holy Trinity Church
110 E. Wallen Road
Tel: (219) 489-0774
Fax: (219) 489-0774
Rev. Fr. Demetrios E. Tonias
Hammond (46324)
St. Demetrios Church
7021 Hohman Avenue
Tel: (219) 932-7347
Fax: (219) 932-7136
Rev. Fr. David G. Bissias
Indianapolis (46205-2608)
Holy Trinity Church
4011 N. Pennsylvania St.
Tel: (317) 283-3816
Fax: (317) 920-0726
Web: www.HolyTrinityIndy.org
Rev. Fr. Anastasios A. Gounaris
Merrillville (46410)
SS. Constantine & Helen Cathedral
8000 Madison Street
Tel: (219) 769-2481
176
South Bend (46635)
St. Andrew Church
52455 N. Ironwood Rd.
Tel: (219) 277-4688
Fax: (219) 277-4689
Web:http://www.OAGIOS.org
Rev. Fr. George D. Konstantopoulos
Valparaiso (46383)
St. Iakovos Church
602 E. Monroe Street
Tel: (219) 462-4052
Fax: (219) 462-4052
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. James Greanias
IOWA (IA)
Cedar Rapids (52401)
St. John the Baptist Church
501 A Avenue, N.E.
Tel: (319) 364-5460
Fax: (319) 364-1546
Email: [email protected]
Web:http://www. geocities.com/stjohngoccr
Rev. Fr. Basil W. Hickman
Des Moines (50311)
St. George Church
35th and Cottage Grove Ave
Tel: (515) 277-0780
Fax: (515) 277-0780
Email: stgeorge.ia.goarch.org
Web: http://www.stgeorge.ia.goarch.org
Rev. Fr. Peter T. Cade
Dubuque (52001)
St. Elias The Prophet Church
1075 Rockdale Road
Tel: (319) 583-5902
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Nicholas Golemis)
Mason City (50401)
Transfiguration of our Lord Church
1311 2nd Street S.W.
Tel: (641) 423-6238
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. R. Joseph Mirowski
Sioux City (51101)
Holy Trinity Church
900 6th Street
Tel: (712) 255-5559
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Tilemahos Alikakos
Waterloo (50702)
St. Demetrios Church
613 West Fourth Street
Tel: (319) 232-4773
Fax: (888) 434-3160
KANSAS (KS)
Overland Park (66212)
St. Dionysios Church
8100 West 95th Street
Tel: (913) 341-7373
Fax: (913) 341-8662
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Fred Fotion)
Wichita (67208)
Holy Trinity Church
805 North Dellrose
Tel: (316) 681-1165
(Serviced by Diocesan Clergy)
KENTUCKY (KY)
Lexington (40502-2203)
Panagia Pantovasilissa Church
920 Tates Creek Road
Tel: (859) 266-1921
Fax: (859 )266-1921
Rev. Fr. George W. Wilson
Louisville (40203)
Assumption Church
932 South Fifth Street
Tel: (502) 587-6247
Rev. Fr. Nicholas F. Nichols
LOUISIANA (LA)
Baton Rouge (79819)
Holy Trinity Church
2510 Stevendale Road
Mailing address:
c/o 9568 Glennsade Ave. (70814-4071)
Tel: (225) 927-2968
Fax: (504) 283-5586
Email: [email protected]
Web:
http://www.holytrinitycathedral.org
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Anthony Stratis)
Monroe (71201)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
2011 Forsythe Avenue
PARISHES
Tel: (318) 325-1764
Rev. Fr. David A. Buss
New Orleans (70122)
Holy Trinity Cathedral
1200 Robert E. Lee Blvd.
Tel: (504) 282-0259
Fax: (504) 283-5586
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.holytrinitycathedral.org
Rev. Fr. Anthony Stratis
Shreveport (71101)
St. George Church
1719 Creswell Street
Tel: (318) 222-5225
Fax: (318) 220-9814
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.gosaintgeorge.org
Rev. Fr. George Bessinas
MAINE (ME)
Bangor (04401)
St. George Church
90 Sanford St
Tel: (207) 945-9588
Rev. Fr. Adam Metropoulos
Lewiston (04240)
Holy Trinity Church
155 Hogan Road
P. O. Box 1344
Tel: (207) 783-6795
Fax: (207) 783-6795
Rev. Fr. Theodore N. Toppses
Portland (04101)
Holy Trinity Church
133 Pleasant Street
Tel: (207) 774-0281
Rev. Fr. Konstantinos Sarantidis
Saco (04072)
St. Demetrios Church
186 Bradley Street
Tel: (207) 284-5651
Fax: (207) 282-9505
Rev. Fr. Basil B. Arabatzis
MARYLAND (MD)
Annapolis (21401)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
2747 Riva Road
Tel: (410) 573-2072
Fax: (410) 573-2076
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.schgochurch.org
Rev. Fr. Kosmas Karavellas
Baltimore (21201)
Annunciation Cathedral
24 West Preston Street
Tel: (410) 727-1831
Fax: (410) 727-7602
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.goannun.org
Rev. Fr. Constantine M. Monios
Rev. Fr. Constantine Moralis
Baltimore (21234)
St. Demetrios Church
2504 Cub Hill Rd
Mailling Address:
P.O. Box 28218
Tel: (410) 661-1090
Fax: (410) 661-1134
Rev. Fr. Louis J. Noplos
Baltimore (21224)
St. Nicholas Church
520 South Ponca Street
Tel: (410) 633-5020
Fax: (410) 633-4352
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Manuel J. Burdusi
Bethesda (20817)
St. George Church
7701 Bradley Blvd.
Tel: (301) 469-7990
Fax: (301) 469-5945
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.stgeorge.org
Rev. Fr. (to be assigned)
Rev. Fr. James T. Paris
Frederick (21701)
SS. Peter and Paul Church
920 West 7th Street
Tel: (301) 663-0663
Fax: (301) 663-6855
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://members.aol.com/STSPNP/index.html
Rev. Fr. Anastasios Kousoulas
Lanham (20706)
St. Theodore Church
7101 Cipriano Road
Tel: (301) 552-3540
Fax: (301) 552-2424
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.sttheodores.org
Rev. Fr. Nicholas G. Voucanos
Ocean City (21842)
St. George Church
8805 Coastal Highway
Tel: (410) 524-0990
Fax: (410) 524-6772
Email: [email protected]
Web:
http://www.saintgeorgebythesea.org
V. Rev. Fr. Vasilios Penteridis
MASSACHUSETTS (MA)
Andover (01810)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
71 Chandler Road
P.O. Box 807
Tel: (978) 470-0919
Fax: (978) 470-0919
Rev. Fr. Christopher P. Makiej
Arlington (02476)
St. Athanasius the Great Church
735 Massachusetts Ave.
Arlington, (02174)
Tel: (781) 646-0705
Fax: (781) 648-6746
Web: http://www.SaintAthanasius.org
Rev. Fr. Nicholas M. Kastanas
Boston (02146)
Annunciation Cathedral
Parker & Ruggles Sts.
Mailing address:
162 Goddard Avenue (02445)
Tel: (617) 731-6633
Fax: (617) 730-2978
Rev. Fr. Dean A. Panagos
Boston (02118)
St. John the Baptist Church
15 Union Park Street
Tel: (617) 536-5692
Fax: (617) 536-5821
Rev. Fr. Sotirios M. Kalavritinos
Brockton (02401)
Annunciation Church
457 Oak Street
Tel: (508) 559-0910
Fax: (508) 559-0911
Rev. Fr. John Kiramarios
Cambridge (02139)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
14 Magazine Street
Tel: (617) 876-3601
Fax: (617) 876-3600
Rev. Fr. Asterios Gerostergios
Centerville/Hyannis
(02632-3022)
St. George Church
1130 Falmouth Road
Tel: (508) 775-3045
177
PARISHES
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 293
Tel: (508) 337-9986
Fax: (508) 337-9987
Rev. Fr. Michael R. Bird
Fax: (508) 775-3091
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.stgeorge~capecod.org
Rev. Fr. Panagiotis K. Giannakopoulos
154-156 Winter Street
Tel: (978) 373-3311
Fax: (978) 374-4002
V. Rev. Fr. Makarios J. Niakaros
Chicopee Falls (01021)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
30 Grattan Street
P.O. Box 112
Tel: (413) 592-3401
Rev. Fr. Peter C. Katopis
Holyoke (01040)
Holy Trinity Church
410 Main Street
Tel: (413) 533-9880
Fax: (413) 533-6266
Rev. Fr. Harry S. Vulopas
Clinton (01510)
St. Nicholas Church
132 School Street
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 98
Tel: (978) 365-9089
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Sotirios C.
Alexopoulos)
Ipswich (01938)
Assumption Church
8 Lafayette Road
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 6
Tel: (978) 356-9798
Fax: (978) 356-2039
Rev. Fr. John Govostes
Cohasset (02025)
Nativity-Assumption Church
817 Jerusalem Rd.
Tel: (781) 383-6380
Fax: (781) 383-2975
Rev. Fr. John G. Maheras
Lexington (02420)
St. Nicholas Church
17 Meriam Street
Tel: (781) 862-6453
Fax: (781) 862-5612
Rev. Fr. Andrew H. Mahalares
Dracut (01826)
Assumption Church
1168 Mammoth Road
Tel: (978) 957-6051
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. George A.
Karahalios)
Lowell (01854-4295)
Holy Trinity Church
Jefferson & Lewis St.
Tel: (978) 458-8092
Fax: (978) 970-0935
V. Rev. Fr. Timothy Kapsalis
East Longmeadow (01028)
St. Luke Church
400 Prospect Street
P.O. Box 381
Tel: (413) 525-4551
Fax: (413) 525-4552
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Elias Velonis
Lowell (01851)
St. George Church
44 Princeton Blvd.
Tel: (978) 459-9147
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Stanley
Markantonis)
Peabody (01960)
St. Vasilios Church
5-7 Paleologos Street
Tel: (978) 531-0777
Fax: (978) 538-9522
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.stvasilios.org
Rev. Fr. Andrew J. Demotses
Rev. Fr. Harry G. Providakis
Lowell (01854)
Transfiguration of Our Saviour Church
Fr. John Sarantos Way
Tel: (978) 458-4321
Fax: (978) 458-8726
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.transchurch.org
Rev. Fr. Peter K. Gregory
Pittsfield (01201)
St. George Church
73 Bradford Street
Tel: (413) 442-8113
Fax: (413) 442-8113
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.christisrisen.com
Rev. Fr. Michael T. Stearns
Lynn (01902)
St. George Church
11 Church Street
Tel: (781) 593-6162
Fax: (781) 586-9548
Rev. Fr. George D. Tsoukalas
Quincy (02170)
St. Catherine Church
157 Beale Street
Tel: (617) 773-2545
Rev. Fr. Andreas Markopoulos
Fall River (02720)
St. Demetrios Church
289 North Main Street
Tel: (508) 672-2121
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Evangelos C.
Georgiadis)
Fitchburg (01420-6922)
Holy Trinity Church
1319 Main Street
Tel: (978) 342-1216
Fax: (978) 345-5589
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Demetrios Demopulos
Haverhill (01830)
Holy Apostles / SS. Peter & Paul Church
178
Mansfield (02048)
St. Gregory the Theologian Church
1007 West Street
Marlboro (01752)
SS. Anargyroi Church
Cashman and Cental Sts.
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 381
Tel: (508) 485-2575
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Clapsis
New Bedford (02746)
St. George Church
87 Ashley Blvd.
Tel: (508) 996-5913
Rev. Fr. Constantine S. Bebis
Newburyport (01950)
Annunciation Church
Haris and Park Sts.
Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 575
Tel: (978) 465-5757
Fax: (978) 465-5757
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Kyriakos V. Saravelas)
Roslindale (02131)
St. Nectarios Church
39 Belgrade Avenue
Mailing Address:
PARISHES
P.O. Box 12
Tel: (617) 327-1983
Fax: (617) 327-9841
Rev. Fr. Vasilios Bebis
Somerville (02143)
Dormition of the Virgin Mary Church
29 Central Street
Tel: (617) 625-2222
Fax: (617) 628-4529
V. Rev. Fr. Vasilios Flionis
Southbridge (01550)
St. George Church
55 North Street
Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 25
Tel: (508) 764-3398
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Makarios
Greniazakis)
Springfield (01104)
St. George Cathedral
8 Plainfield Street
Tel: (413) 737-1496
Fax: (413) 737-1065
Rev. Fr. Christopher H. Stamas
Watertown (02472)
Taxiarchae Church
25 Bigelow Ave
Tel: (617) 924-8182
Fax: (617) 924-4124
Rev. Fr. Theodore J. Barbas
Webster (01570)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Lake Parkway
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 713
Tel: (508) 943-8361
Rev. Fr. Charalambos Politis
Weston (02493)
St. Demetrios Church
57 Brown Street
Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 463
Tel: (781) 237-5561
Fax: (781) 237-8612
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Krommydas
Woburn (01801)
Annunciation Church
70 Montvale Ave
Tel: (781) 935-2424
Fax: (781) 935-0534
Rev. Fr. Christopher P. Foustoukos
Worcester (01609)
St. Spyridon Cathedral
102 Russel Street
Tel: (508) 791-7326
Fax: (508) 754-3054
Rev. Fr. Dean N. Paleologos
MICHIGAN (MI)
Ann Arbor (48104)
St. Nicholas Church
414 North Main Street
Tel: (734) 769-2945
Fax: (734) 761-5000
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. John H. Paul
Bloomfield Hills (48302)
St. George Church
43816 Woodward Avenue
1515 South Woodward Avenue
Tel: (248) 335-8869
Fax: (248) 335-2140
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.stgeorge-bh.org
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Pathenos
Rev. Fr. George Hatz
Detroit (48226)
Annunciation Cathedral
707 E. Lafayette Blvd.
Tel: (313) 965-2806
Fax: (313) 965-2428
Rev. Fr. Athanas G. George
Rev. Fr. John Moutafis
Farmington Hills (48336)
Holy Cross Church
25225 Middlebelt Rd.
Tel: (248) 477-1677
Fax: (248) 477-0231
Rev. Fr. Dean C. Hountalas
Flint (48532-3609)
Assumption Church
G-3170 W. Beecher Road
Tel: (810) 732-2660
Fax: (810) 732-8981
Rev. Fr. Stavros Ballas
Grand Rapids (49503)
Holy Trinity Church
330 Lakeside Drive, N.E.
Tel: (616) 454-6563
Fax: (616) 454-8992
Rev. Fr. James A. Bogdan
Kalamazoo (49007)
Annunciation Church
507 S. Westnedge Avenue
Tel: (616) 345-5389
Fax: (616) 345-5389
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Stylianos Muksuris
Lansing (48912)
Holy Trinity Church
1701 East Saginaw Street
Tel: (517) 482-7315
Fax: (517) 482-8524
Rev. Fr. Brian Mark Sietsema
Marquette (49855)
Assumption Church
235 West Ridge Street
Tel: (906) 226-6792
(Serviced by Diocesan Clergy)
Muskegon (49444)
Annunciation Church
1194 Terrace Street
Mailing address:
185 E. Pontaluna (49444-9744)
Tel: (231)799-0185
Rev. Fr. Steven Yankopoulos
New Buffalo (49022)
Annunciation & Agia Paraskevi Church
17777 Behner Road
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 93 (49117)
Tel: (616) 469-0081
Fax: (616) 469-3325
Email: [email protected]
(Serviced by Rev. Presbyter Vasilios
Stamas)
Plymouth Township (48170)
Nativity of the Virgin Mary Church
39851 Five Mile Road
Tel: (734) 420-0131
Fax: (734) 420-2559
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.nativitygoc.org
Rev. Fr. Michael Varlamos
Saginaw (48603)
St. Demetrios Church
4970 Mackinaw Road
Tel: (989) 793-8822
Fax: (989) 793-8896
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Mark P. Emroll
Sault Ste. Marie (49783)
St. George Church
511 Court Street
Tel: (906) 632-6351
(Serviced by Fr. Christopher E. Mantle)
179
PARISHES
Southgate (48195)
St. George Church
16300 Dix Toledo Highway
Tel: (734) 283-8820
Fax: (734) 283-8866
Rev. Fr. Philemon N. Karamanos
Rev. Fr. Constantine E. Makrinos
St. Clair Shores (48080-2599)
Assumption Church
21800 Marter Road
Tel: (810) 779-6111
Fax: (810) 779-8369
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. George P. Savas
Sterling Heights (48312)
St. John Church
11455 Metro Parkway
Tel: (810) 977-6080
Fax: (810) 977-6081
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Kyritses
Troy (48098-4500)
St. Nicholas Church
760 West Wattles Road
Tel: (248) 362-9575
Fax: (248) 362-9578
Rev. Fr. Stratton Dorozenski
Westland (48185-0032)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
36375 Joy Rd.
Tel: (734) 525-6789
Fax: (734) 525-3989
Rev. Fr. James Stathakios
MINNESOTA (MN)
Duluth (55805)
The Twelve Holy Apostles Church
632 East 2nd Street
Tel: (218) 722-5957
Fax: (218) 722-0592
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.12apostles.org.
Rev. Fr. Philemon Sevastiades
Minneapolis (55408)
St. Mary’s Church
3450 Irving Avenue S.
Tel: (612) 825-9595
Fax: (612) 825-9283
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Harry Pappas
Rev. Fr. John Kostas
180
Rochester (55901)
Holy Anargyroi/SS. Cosmas &
Damianos Church
703 West Center Street
Tel: (507) 282-1529
Fax: (507) 282-1253
Email: [email protected]
Web:
www.rochestermn.com/holyanargyroi
Rev. Fr. Nicholas W. Kasemeotes
St. Paul (55105)
St. George Church
1111 Summit Avenue
Tel: (651) 222-6220
Fax: (651) 225-9276
Web:
http://www.saintgeorge.mn.goarch.org
Rev. Fr. R. Dimitrios Andrews
MISSISSIPPI (MS)
Biloxi (39531)
Holy Trinity Church
255 Beauvoir Road
Tel: (601) 355-6325
Fax: (601) 355-4339
(Serviced by Diocesan Clergy)
Jackson (39203)
Holy Trinity&St. John the Theologian
Church
1417 West Capitol Street
Tel: (601) 355-6325
Rev. Fr. Teodor Bita
MISSOURI (MO)
Kansas City (64145)
Annunciation Church
12001 Wornall Road
Tel: (816) 942-9100
Fax: (816) 942-9440
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://
www.annunciation.mo.goarch.org/
Rev. Fr. Charles P. Sarelis
St. Louis (63108)
St. Nicholas Church
4967 Forest Park Blvd.
Tel: (314) 361-6924
Fax: (314) 361-3539
Rev. Fr. Douglas P. Papulis
Town & Country (63131-1405)
Assumption Church
1755 Des Peres Road
Tel: (314) 966-2255
Fax: (314) 966-2416
Rev. Fr. Joseph J. Strzelecki
MONTANA (MT)
Great Falls (59401)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
1101 First Avenue North
Tel: (406) 452-3670
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Seraphim
Rohlman)
Missoula (59801-3936)
Annunciation Church
301 South 6th Street, W.
Tel: (406) 543-0734
(Serviced by Diocesan Clergy)
NEBRASKA (NE)
Bayard (69334)
Assumption Church
818 1st Avenue
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 550
Tel: (308) 586-1926
Fax: (308) 586-1667
Rev. Fr. George P. Stamison
Grand Island (68802)
Holy Trinity Church
1015 West 10th Street
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 998 (68801)
Tel: (308)382-6567
(Serviced by Diocesan Clergy)
Lincoln (68505-2286)
Annunciation Church
950 North 63rd Street
Tel: (402) 464-4422
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Klodnicki
Omaha (68105)
St. John the Baptist Church
602 Park Avenue
Tel: (402) 345-7103
Fax: (402) 551-5095
Web: http://
www.aroundomaha.com/cn/stjohns
Rev. Fr. Chris A. Margaritis
NEVADA (NV)
Las Vegas (89118-1922)
St. John the Baptist Church
5300 S. El Camino Road
Tel: (702) 221-8245
Fax: (702) 221-9167
Rev. Fr. Ilia Katre
PARISHES
Reno (89509)
St. Anthony Church
4795 Lakeside Drive
Tel: (775) 825-5365
Fax: (775) 825-2442
Rev. Fr. George C. Bratiotis
NEW HAMPSHIRE (NH)
Concord (03301)
Holy Trinity Church
68 North State Street
Tel: (603) 225-2961
Rev. Fr. Peter A. Chamberas
Dover (03820)
Annunciation Church
93 Locust Street
Tel: (603) 742-7667
Rev. Fr. Constantine Newman
Franklin (03235)
Transfiguration Church
Sullowey Street
(Serviced by Diocesan Clergy)
Keene (03431)
St. George Church
70 West Street
Tel: (603) 352-6424
Rev. Fr. Theodore G. Stylianopoulos
Laconia (03246)
Taxiarchai Church
811 N. Main Street
Tel: (603) 524-9415
Rev. Fr. Anastasios Coulouras
Manchester (03109)
Assumption Church
111 Island Pond Road
Tel: (603) 623-2045
Fax: (603) 623-2045
Rev. Fr. Peter C. Kyriakos
Manchester (03104)
St. George Cathedral
650 Hanover Street
Tel: (603) 622-9113
Fax: (603) 622-2266
Rev. Fr. Michael A. Kouremetis
Manchester (03104)
St. Nicholas Church
1168 Bridge Street
Tel: (603) 625-6115
Rev. Fr. Peter G. Rizos
Nashua (03062)
St. Philip Church
500 West Hollis Street
Newport (03773)
St. Vasilios Church
45 Winter Street
P. O. Box 428
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. James Katinas)
Egg Harbor Township
(08234)
Holy Trinity Church
7004 Ridge Ave
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 769 (08225)
Tel: (609) 653-8092
Fax: (609) 653-0375
Rev. Fr. George P. Liacopulos
Portsmouth (03801)
St. Nicholas Church
40 Andrew Jarvis Drive
Tel: (603) 436-2733
Fax: (603) 436-2943
Rev. Fr. Angelo C. Pappas
Elizabeth (07201)
St. Fanourios Church
1034 East Jersey Street
Tel: (908) 289-1250
Fax: (718) 721-9165
Rev. Fr. Dionisios Marketos
Somersworth (03876)
Assumption Church
PO Box 110
Mailing address:
P. O. Box 110 (03878)
Fairview (07022)
Ascension Church
Anderson Ave. & Henry St.
Tel: (201) 945-6448
Fax: (201) 945-6463
Rev. Fr. Christos Pappas
Tel: (603) 889-4000
Fax: (603)889-3763
Rev. Fr. Thomas F. Chininis
NEW JERSEY (NJ)
Asbury Park
(07712)
St. George Church
700 Grand Avenue
Tel: (732) 775-2777
Fax: (732) 775-0109
Rev. Fr. Andrew N. Eugenis
Atlantic City (08401)
St. Nicholas Church
13 S. Mount Vernon Avenue
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 641
Tel: (609) 348-3495
Fax: (609) 348-4837
Email:
[email protected]
Web: http://www.stnicholas~ac.org
V. Rev. Fr. Nektarios Cottros
Cherry Hill (08002)
St. Thomas Church
615 Mercer Street
Tel: (856) 665-1731
Fax: (856) 665-9207
Web: http://stthomasgoc.org
Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Pratsinakis
Clifton (07013)
St. George Church
818 Valley Road
Tel: (973) 779-2626
Fax: (973) 777-6946
Rev. Fr. George T. Orfanakos
Rev. Fr. John P. Orfanakos
Holmdel (07733-0367)
Kimisis Tis Theotokou Church
20 Hillcrest Road
P.O. Box 367
Tel: (732) 739-1515
Fax: (732) 739-1172
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.kimisis.com
Rev. Fr. George H. Dounelis
Jersey City (07306)
Evangelismos Church
661 Montgomery Street
Tel: (201) 432-2488
Fax: (201) 432-5911
V. Rev. Fr. Nektarios Kogias
Jersey City (07306)
St. Demetrios Church
524 Summit Avenue
Tel: (201) 792-0697
Fax: (201) 792-3952
V. Rev. Fr. Kyrillos Markopoulos
Newark (07102)
St. Nicholas Church
555 Martin Luther King Blvd
Tel: (973) 623-6211
Fax: (973) 623-2238
Rev. Fr. R. Nicholas Rafael II
North Wildwood (08260-3107)
St. Demetrios Church
321 Saint Demetrios St.
Tel: (609) 522-0152
Rev. Fr. Steven J. Vlahos
181
PARISHES
Orange (07050)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
510 Linden Place
Tel: (973) 674-6600
Fax: (973) 674-8330
Rev. Fr. Peter Souritzidis
Union (07083)
St. Demetrios Church
721 Rahway Avenue
Tel: (908) 964-7957
Fax: (908) 964-6875
V. Rev. Fr. Alexander I. Kile
Paramus (07652)
St. Athanasios Church
51 Paramus Road
Tel: (201) 368-8881
Fax: (201) 368-9195
Rev. Fr. Apostolos P. Panos
Vineland (08360)
St. Anthony Church
430 West Wheat Road
Tel: (856) 696-0917
Fax: (856) 794-3186
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://users.snip.net/~stanthonychurch
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Gerasimos
Rassias)
Perth Amboy (08861)
St. Demetrios Church
41-47 Wisteria Street
Tel: (732) 826-4466
Fax: (732) 738-3160
Rev. Fr. Angelo J. Michaels
Piscataway (08854)
St. George Church
1101 River Road
Tel: (732) 463-1642
Fax: (732) 699-9309
Rev. Fr. Anthony N. Pappas
Rev. Fr. John Theodosion
Randolph (07869)
St. Andrew Church
1447 Sussex Tpke.
Tel: (973) 584-0388
Fax: (973) 584-3573
Rev. Fr. Konstantine D. Tsigas
Tenafly (07670)
St. John the Theologian Cathedral
353 East Clinton Avenue
Tel: (201) 567-5072
Fax: (201) 816-0589
Rev. Fr. John Alexandrou
Toms River (08753)
St. Barbara Church
2200 Church Road
Tel: (732) 255-5525
Fax: (732) 255-8180
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.stbarbaranj.org
Rev. Fr. George Nikas
Trenton (08619)
St. George Church
1200 Klockner Road
Tel: (609) 586-4448
Fax: (856) 586-6316
Web:
http://www.kiprios.com./stgeorge
Rev. Fr. Thomas Tsevas
182
Westfield (07090)
Holy Trinity Church
250 Gallows Hill Road
Tel: (908) 233-8533
Fax: (908) 233-0623
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://westfieldnj.com/htgoc
Rev. Fr. Dimitrios J. Antokas
Rev. Fr. Chris A Dalamangas
Wyckoff (07481)
St. Nicholas Church
467 Grand View Avenue
Tel: (201) 652-4774
Fax: (201) 652-0789
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. James C. Moulketis
NEW MEXICO (NM)
Albuquerque (87102)
St. George Church
308 High Street, S.E.
Tel: (505) 247-9411
Fax: (505) 248-0804
Rev. Fr. Mario Giannopoulos
Rev. Deacon George J. Collaros
Santa Fe (87508)
St. Elias the Prophet Church
46 Calle Electra
Tel: (505) 466-0015
V. Rev. Fr. Seraphim P. Poulos
NEW YORK (NY)
Albany (12208)
Saint Sophia Church
440 Whitehall Road
Tel: (518) 489-4442
Fax: (518) 489-0374
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Patric Legato
Astoria (11102)
St. Demetrios Cathedral
30-11 30th Drive
Tel: (718) 728-1718
Fax: (718) 728-0079
V. Rev. Fr. Evangelos J. Kourounis
Rev. Fr. John K. Antonopoulos
Rev. Fr. Nikiforos Fakinos
Astoria (11102)
St. Catherine - St. George
22-30 33rd Street
Tel: (718) 728-1100
Fax: (718) 728-1361
(Serviced by St. Demetrios Cathedral
Clergy)
Astoria (11102)
SS. Constantine & Helen Romanian
Church
25-27 23rd Street
Tel: (718) 721-3810
Fax: (718) 721-3810
Rev. Fr. Aurel Radulescu
Binghamton (13901)
Holy Trinity Church
214 Court Street
Tel: (607) 723-9662
Rev. Fr. George Prassas
Blue Point (11715)
St. John Church
77 Montauk Highway
Tel: (631) 363-6450
Fax: (631) 363-6457
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. John Kefalas
Bronx (10463)
G.O. Church of
Kingbridge & Riverdale
P.O. Box 356 Kingsbridge Station
Tel: (718) 548-2567
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. John Spilio)
Bronx (10461)
Zoodohos Peghe Church
3573 Bruckner Blvd
Tel: (718) 823-2030
Fax: (718) 823-0790
V. Rev. Fr. Sylvester D. Berberis
Brooklyn (11209)
Holy Cross Church
8401 Ridge Blvd.
Tel: (718) 836-3510
PARISHES
Fax: (718) 836-7075
Rev. Fr. George G. Passias
Brooklyn (11215)
Kimisis Tis Theotokou Church
224 18th Street
Tel: (718) 788-0152
Fax: (718) 788-2774
V. Rev. Fr. Damaskinos V. Ganas
Gloversville (12078)
SS. Theodoroi Church
70 Washington Street
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Peter Daratsos)
Brooklyn (11201)
SS. Constantine & Helen Cathedral
64 Schermerhorn Street
Tel: (718) 624-0595
Fax: (718) 624-2228
Greenlawn (11740)
St. Paraskevi Church
1 Shrine Place
Shrine Place
Tel: (631) 261-7272
Fax: (631) 261-7295
Web: http://
www.huntingtonli.org/stparaskevi
V. Rev. Fr. John A. Heropoulos
Brooklyn (11229)
Three Hierarchs Church
1724 Avenue P
Tel: (718) 339-0280
Fax: (718) 375-0006
V. Rev. Fr. Eugene N. Pappas
Rev. Fr. John Paizis
Hempstead (11550)
St. Paul Cathedral
110 Cathedral Avenue
Tel: (516) 483-5700
Fax: (516) 564-8335
Rev. Fr. Nicholas J. Magoulias
Rev. Fr. Joakim Valasiadis
Buffalo (14222)
Annunciation Church
146 W. Utica St. at Delaware Ave
Tel: (716) 882-9485
Fax: (716) 886-9151
Rev. Fr. James A. Doukas
Hicksville (11801)
Holy Trinity Church
20 Field Avenue
Tel: (516) 433-4522
Fax: (516) 433-0571
Rev. Fr. George E. Stavropoulos
Corona (11368)
Transfiguration Church
38-05 98th Street
Tel: (718) 458-5251
Fax: (718) 457-5489
V. Rev. Fr. Cleopas M. Strongylis
Island Park (11558)
Kimisis Tis Theotokos Church
83 Newport Road
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 308
Tel: (516) 432-4086
Fax: (516) 889-9723
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Retselas
Elmira (14904-1706)
St. Athanasios Church
210 Franklin Street
Tel: (607) 734-0771
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Richard Scott)
Flushing (11358)
St. Nicholas Shrine Church
196-10 Northern Blvd.
Tel: (718) 357-4200
Fax: (718) 357-5692
Rev. Fr. Paul C. Palesty
Rev. Fr. Demetrios A. Lokis
Rev. Fr. John K. Lardas
Glen Cove (11542)
Church of the Resurrection
34 Cedar Swamp Road
Tel: (516) 671-5200
Fax: (516) 671-5205
Rev. Fr. Emmanuel J. Gratsias
Jamestown (14701)
St. Nicholas Church
Mt. Vernon Pl. & Francis St.
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 264 (14702)
Tel: (716) 484-7737
Fax: (716) 661-3329
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Rafael Sr.
Kingston (12401)
St. George Church
294 Greenkill Avenue
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 3062 (12402)
Tel: (845) 331-3522
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Steven M.
Sarigianis)
Mattituck (11952)
Transfiguration Of Christ Church
1950 Breakwater Road
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1162
Tel: (631) 298-9652
Fax: (631) 298-9652
Rev. Fr. Demetrios Karalexis
Merrick (11566)
St. Demetrios Church
2421 Hewlett Avenue
Mailing Address:
24 Kenny Avenue
Tel: (516) 379-1368
Fax: (516) 378-6880
Rev. Fr. Costas C. Constantinou
Ithaca (14850)
St. Catherine Church
120 West Seneca Street
Tel: (607) 273-2767
Rev. Fr. Stephen R. Lilley II
Middletown (10941)
Holy Cross Church
2250 Goshen Turnpike
Tel: (845) 695-1976
Fax: (845) 695-1976
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Christopher Talleos
Jackson Heights (11372)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
37-57 72nd Street
Tel: (718) 639-0611
Fax: (718) 478-7006
V. Rev. Fr. Iakovos Koutsakis
Newburgh (12550)
St. Nicholas Church
19 Fullerton Avenue
P. O. Box 2004
Tel: (845) 561-2556
Rev. Fr. Charles J. Joanides
Jamaica (11432)
St. Demetrios Church
84-35 152nd Street
Tel: (718) 291-2420
Fax: (718) 526-6775
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Soteropoulos
Rev. Fr. Konstantinos Kalogridis
New Rochelle (10804)
Holy Trinity Church
10 Mill Road
Tel: (914) 235-6100
Fax: (914) 235-0708
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Nicholas G. Anctil
183
PARISHES
New York City (10021)
Holy Trinity Cathedral
319-337 East 74th Street
Tel: (212) 288-3215
Fax: (212) 288-5876
Rev. Fr. Robert G. Stephanopoulos
Rev. Fr. George Zugravu
Tel: (212) 473-0648
V. Rev. Fr. Chrysanthos M. Zois
New York City (10024)
Annunciation Church
302 West 91st Street
Tel: (212) 724-2070
Fax: (212) 724-2252
Web: www.evangelismos.org
Rev. Fr. James G. Moskovites
New York City (10033)
St. Spyridon Church
124 Wadsworth Avenue
Tel: (212) 795-5870
Fax: (212) 795-4758
Rev. Fr. Constantine Combitsis
New York City (10006)
St. Nicholas Church
Tel: (914) 667-3100
Fax: (914) 667-3726
Rev. Fr. John Romas
New York City (10040)
SS. Anargyroi Church
1547 St. Nicholas Avenue
Tel: (212) 568-0367
V. Rev. Fr. Ierotheos Markopoulos
Port Jefferson (11777)
Assumption Church
430 Sheep Pasture Road
Tel: (631) 473-0894
Fax: (631) 928-5131
Rev. Fr. George Matsis
New York City (10002)
St. Barbara Church
27 Forsyth Street
Tel: (212) 226-0499
Fax: (212) 925-1974
Rev. Fr. John C. Angel
Poughkeepsie (12603)
Kimisis Tis Theotokou Church
140 Grand Avenue So.
Tel: (845) 452-0772
Fax: (845) 452-0114
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Pastrikos
New York City (10011)
St. Eleftherios Church
359 West 24th Street
Tel: (212) 924-3919
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Constantine
Xirouhakis)
Rochester (14607)
Annunciation Church
962 East Avenue
Tel: (716) 244-3377
Fax: (716) 244-3388
Email: [email protected]
Web:http://www.hometown.aol.com/ann
unciationroc
Rev. Fr. Jerry Tasikas
New York City (10029)
St. George - St. Demetrios Church
140 E. 103rd Street
P.O. Box 980
Tel: (212) 722-6750
(Serviced by
Rev. Fr. Stephanos Shagoury)
New York City (10019)
St. George Tropeoforos Church
307 West 54th Street
Tel: (212) 265-7808
Rev. Fr. Mark B. Arey
Rochester (14620)
Holy Spirit Church
835 South Avenue
Tel: (716) 244-1976
Fax: (716) 271-4484
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.goholyspirit.org
Rev. Fr. Patrick J. Cowles
New York City (10025)
St. Gerasimos Church
153 West 105th Street
Tel: (212) 749-0017
(Serviced by
Rev. Fr. Constantine Halkias)
Roslyn Heights (11577)
Archangel Michael Church
108 Warner Avenue
Tel: (516) 625-0900
Fax: (516) 625-6244
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Dennis P. Strouzas
Rev. Fr. James W. Kordaris
New York City (10003)
St. John The Baptist Church
143 East 17th Street
Rye (10580)
Church of Our Saviour
2195 Westchester Ave, East
184
Tel: (914) 967-2838
Fax: (914) 967-0164
Rev. Fr. Elias Villis
Schenectady (12305)
St. George Church
107 Clinton Street
Tel: (518) 393-0742
Fax: (518) 393-0742
Email: [email protected]
V. Rev. Fr. Paul K. Koutoukas
Southampton (11968)
Kimisis Tis Theotokou Church
111 St. Andrews Road
Tel: (631) 283-6169
Fax: (631) 283-6271
Email:
[email protected]
Rev. Fr. Alexander Karloutsos
Staten Island (10314)
Holy Trinity-St. Nicholas Church
1641 Richmond Avenue
Tel: (718) 494-0658
Fax: (718) 494-2037
Rev. Fr. Nicholas P. Petropoulakos
Syracuse (13224)
Saint Sophia Church
325 Waring Road
Tel: (315) 446-5222
Fax: (315) 251-1654
Rev. Fr. Thomas J. Zaferes
Troy (12180)
St. Basil Church
909 River Street
Tel: (518) 273-8923
Fax: (518) 273-8923
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Emmanuel E. Mantzouris
Vestal (13850)
Annunciation Church
Hellenic Center
4121 O’Hara Drive
Tel: (607) 797-0824
Fax: (607) 797-0824
Rev. Fr. Michael Michalopulos
Wantagh (11793-0199)
St. Markella Church
1960 Jones Ave. North
Mailing address:
P. O. Box 11 (11793-0011)
Tel: (516) 783-5760
Fax: (516) 358-4012
Rev. Fr. George P. Kalangis
PARISHES
Watertown (13601)
St. Vasilios Church
516 Franklin Street
Tel: (315) 788-4920
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Philip Yanulis)
West Babylon (11704)
St. Nicholas Church
200 Great East Neck Road
Tel: (631) 587-1150
Fax: (631) 587-1253
Rev. Fr. Demetrios N. Calogredes
West Nyack (10994)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
One Mary Crest Road
Tel: (845) 623-4023
Fax: (845) 627-1179
Rev. Fr. Theodore Sideris
Whitestone (11357)
Holy Cross Church
150-05 12th Avenue
Tel: (718) 767-2955
Fax: (718) 767-5855
Rev. Fr. Nikolaos Kouvaris
Windham (12496)
Assumption Church
P.O. Box 454
Tel: (518) 734-4631
Yonkers (10705-4519)
Prophet Elias Church
15 LeRoy Avenue
Tel: (914) 963-3638
Fax: (914) 963-3757
Web: http://www.prophet~elias.org
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Nicholas J. Pilavas
NORTH CAROLINA (NC)
Asheville (28801)
Holy Trinity Church
227 Cumberland Avenue
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 8369 (28814)
Tel: (828) 253-3754
Rev. Fr. Stavros N. Akrotirianakis
Burlington (27215)
St. Katherine Church
2150 West Front Street
P. O. Box 1004
Tel: (336) 226-8243
Rev. Fr. George P. Vlahos
Charlotte (28203)
Holy Trinity Cathedral
600 East Boulevard
Tel: (704) 334-4771
Fax: (704) 335-5440
Rev. Fr. George Daskalakis
Rev. Fr. Taxiarhis D. Vlahos
Rev. Fr. Haralambos Papadopoulos
Charlotte (28270)
St. Nektarios Church
5108 Kuykendall Road
Tel: (704) 708-4669
Fax: (704) 846-6094
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.stnektarios.org/
Rev. Fr. Steve J. Dalber
Durham (27701)
St. Barbara Church
1316 Watts Street
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 1149 (27702)
Tel: (919) 682-1414
Fax: (919) 688-0314
Rev. Fr. Andrew C. Koufopoulos
Fayetteville (28305)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
614 Oakridge Avenue
Tel: (910) 484-2010
Fax: (910) 485-5046
Rev. Fr. Dimitrios Moraitis
Greensboro (27410-4504)
Dormition of the Theotokos Church
800 Westridge Road
Tel: (336) 292-8013
Fax: (336) 851-2800
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Vasile Mihai
High Point (27262)
St. George Church
808 N. Hamilton Street
Tel: (910) 888-9028
(Serviced by
Rev. Fr. Dennis Canavos)
Raleigh (27612-3434)
Holy Trinity Church
5000 Lead Mine Road
Tel: (919) 781-4548
Fax: (919) 781-4568
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Paul A. Kaplanis
Wilmington (28403)
St. Nicholas Church
608 South College Road
Tel: (910) 392-4484
Fax: (910) 392-4498
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Regis John Alexoudis
Winston-Salem (27104)
Annunciation Church
435 Keating Drive, S.W.
Tel: (336) 765-7145
Fax: (336) 659-1643
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Demetri Kangelaris
Rev. Fr. Dennis Canavos
OHIO (OH)
Akron (44304)
Annunciation Church
129 South Union Street
Tel: (330) 434-0000
Fax: (330) 434-9441
Email: [email protected]
Web:
http://www.annunciationakron.org
Rev. Fr. Jerry F. Hall
Campbell (44405)
Archangel Michael Church
401 12th Street
Tel: (330) 755-3596
Fax: (330) 755-6114
Rev. Fr. Alexander Goussetis
Canton (44709)
Holy Trinity Church
4705 Fairhaven Avenue, NW
Tel: (330) 494-8770
Fax: (330) 305-9133
Rev. Fr. John Stavropoulos
Canton (44709)
St. Haralambos Church
251 25th Street, NW
Tel: (330) 454-7278
Fax: (330) 454-0099
Rev. Fr. Michael Pastrikos
Cincinnati (45224)
Holy Trinity - St. Nicholas Church
7000 Winton Road
Tel: (513) 591-0030
Fax: (513) 591-0043
Rev. Fr. William R. Cassis
Rev. Fr. Irenaios Jeffrey Cox
Cleveland (44113)
Annunciation Church
2187 West 14th Street
Tel: (216) 861-0116
Fax: (216) 861-3944
Rev. Fr. Anthony G. Demetri
Cleveland (44118)
SS. Constantine & Helen Cathedral
3352 Mayfield Road
185
PARISHES
Tel: (216) 932-3300
Fax: (216) 932-0825
Email:
[email protected]
Rev. Fr. Stephen J. Callos
Cleveland (44144)
St. John of Kronstandt Church
4119 Ridge Road
Tel: (216) 749-3066
Rev. Fr. Anatol Siegen
Columbus (43215)
Annunciation Cathedral
555 North High Street
Tel: (614) 224-9020
Fax: (614) 224-5032
Email: [email protected]
Web:
http://www.greekcathedral.com
Rev. Fr. Alexander M. Papagikos
Dayton (45405-4797)
Annunciation Church
500 Belmonte Park North
Tel: (937) 224-0601
Fax: (937) 224-0173
Rev. Fr. Constantine J. Nastos
Lorain (44053)
St. Nicholas Church
2000 Tower Boulevard
Tel: (440) 960-2992
Fax: (440) 960-2096
Rev. Fr. Michael C. Gulgas
Mansfield (44902)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
265 West 3rd Street
Tel: (419) 526-0129
Email: [email protected]
V. Rev. Fr. Nicholas Hughes
Martins Ferry (43935)
Zoodochos Peghe Church
314-316 N. Fifth Street
Tel: (740) 633-3707
Fax: (740) 633-3707
Rev. Fr. Menelaos Papageorgiou
Massillon (44648-0438)
St. George Church
364 1st Street S.E.
P.O. Box 438
Tel: (330) 832-3659
Fax: (330) 832-4239
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Constandinos
Shiepis)
186
Middletown (45044-4712)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
2500 Grand Avenue
Tel: (513) 422-2312
Fax: (513) 422-2312
Email: [email protected]
Web:
http://ww2.goarch.org/parishes/Const
antine-helen/
Rev. Fr. Christos B. Christakis
North Royalton (44133)
St. Paul Church
4548 Wallings Road
Tel: (440) 237-8998
Fax: (440) 237-4386
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Demetrios Simeonidis
Rev. Fr. Leonty T. Durkit
Rocky River (44116)
St. Demetrios Church
22909 Center Ridge Road
Tel: (440) 331-2246
Fax: (440) 331-8407
Rev. Fr. Paul A. Patitsas
Rev. Fr. Polykarpos Steve
Springfield (45505)
Assumption Church of the Blessed
Virgin
1127 East High Street
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 1694 (45501)
Tel: (937) 322-8169
Fax: (937) 322-8169
Rev. Fr. Michael S. Petrides
Steubenville
(43952-0788)
Holy Trinity Church
300 S. 4th Street
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 788 (43952)
Tel: (740) 282-9835
Fax: (740) 282-2091
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Dean Dimon
Toledo (43604)
Holy Trinity Cathedral
740 Superior Street
Tel: (419) 243-9189
Fax: (419) 243-3799
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Aristotle W. Damaskos
Warren (44481)
St. Demetrios Church
429 High Street N.E.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 4214
Tel: (330) 394-9077
Fax: (330) 394-9077
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Dennis Michelis
Youngstown (44512)
St. John Church
4955 Glenwood
Tel: (330) 788-5257
Fax: (330) 788-4802
Rev. Fr. Andrew Kolitsos
Youngstown (44503)
St. Nicholas Church
220 N. Walnut Street
Tel: (330) 743-5493
Rev. Fr. John T. Karabatsos
OKLAHOMA (OK)
Oklahoma City (73134)
St. George Church
2101 NW 145th Street
Tel: (405) 751-1885
Fax: (405) 751-1889
Web: http://www.orthodox.org/stgeorge
Rev. Fr. John Tsaras
Tulsa (74119)
Holy Trinity Church
1222 S. Guthrie
Tel: (918) 583-2082
Fax: (918) 583-2083
Web: www.holytrinity.ok.goarch.org
Rev. Fr. William M. Christ
OREGON (OR)
Eugene (97408)
St. George Church
202 Hillview #1
Tel: (541) 683-3519
Fax: (541) 683-1044
Rev. Fr. Timothy B. Pavlatos
Portland (97232)
Holy Trinity Church
3131 NE Glisan Street
Tel: (503) 234-0468
Fax: (503) 236-8379
E-mail: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. James Retelas
Rev. Fr. Demetrios Tsigas
Portland (97225)
St. John the Baptist Church
10144 SW Park Way
Tel: (503) 292-3737
PARISHES
Fax: (503) 292-4415
Web: www.stjohngoc.org
Rev. Fr. Theodore Dorrance
PENNSYLVANIA (PA)
Aliquippa (15001)
Kimisis Tis Theotokou Church
2111 Davidson Street
Tel: (724) 375-5341
Fax: (724) 378-3162
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Nicholas T. Palis
Altoona (16601)
Holy Trinity Church
1433 Thirteenth Avenue
Tel: (814) 943-0091
Rev. Fr. David Sedor
Ambridge (15003)
Holy Trinity Church
2930 Beaver Road
Tel: (724) 266-5336
Fax: (724) 266-0703
Rev. Fr. Elias J. Katras
Bethlehem (18018)
St. Nicholas Church
1607 W. Union Boulevard
Tel: (610) 867-1327
Fax: (610) 867-9487
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Michael E. Varvarelis
Rev. Fr. Kosta Petrogeorge
Rev. Fr. Nicholas E. Kossis
Broomall (19008)
St. Luke Church
35 N. Malin Road
P. O. Box 198
Tel: (610) 353-1592
Fax: (610) 353-8714
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.st-luke.org
Rev. Fr. Christ Kontos
Camp Hill (17011)
Holy Trinity Cathedral
1000 Yverdon Drive
Tel: (717) 763-7441
Fax: (717) 763-7458
Web: www.holytrinityhbg.org
Rev. Fr. Costas Keares
Rev. Fr. Paul W. Keriotis
Canonsburg (15317)
All Saints Church
601 West McMurray Road
Tel: (724) 745-5205
Fax: (724) 746-0999
Web: http://dns.pulsenet.com/allsaints
Rev. Fr. George L. Livanos
Clairton (15025)
St. Anthony Church
424 Miller Avenue
Mailing address:
P. O. Box 31 (15025-0006)
(Serviced by McKeesport)
East Pittsburgh (15112-1308)
Presentation of Christ Church
1672 Electric Avenue
P.O. Box J
Tel: (412) 824-9188
Fax: (412) 824-9740
Email:
[email protected]
Web:
http://www.ypapanti.pair.com/church
Rev. Fr. Steve Denas
Easton (18042)
Evangelismos Church
20th Street & Hay Terrace
Tel: (610) 253-8147
Rev. Fr. Constantine Papadopoulos
Elkins Park (19027)
Annunciation Church
7921 Old York Road
Tel: (215) 635-0316
Fax: (215) 635-8301
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Robert J. Archon
Erie (16505)
Koimisis Tis Theotokou Church
4376 Westlake Road
Tel: (814) 838-8808
Fax: (814) 833-7439
Rev. Fr. Theofanis V. Nacopoulos
Farrell (16121)
Evangelismos Church
1007 Washington Street
Tel: (724) 342-2070
Fax: (724) 981-8921
V. Rev. Fr. Ignatios Apostolopoulos
Jeffersonville (19403)
St. Sophia, SS. Faith, Hope & Agape
Chur
900 South Trooper Road
Tel: (610) 650-8960
Fax: (610) 650-8961
Email: [email protected]
Web: www2.goarch.org/parishes/
Rev. Fr. James Pavlow
Johnstown (15901)
St. Mary’s Church
435 Somerset Street
Tel: (814) 535-5056
(Serviced by V. Rev. Fr. Orestes
Binkewicz)
Lancaster (17603)
Annunciation Church
64 Hershey Avenue
Tel: (717) 394-1735
Fax: (717) 394-0991
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Alexander Veronis
McKeesport/White Oak Boro
(15131)
Annunciation Church
1128 Summit Street
Tel: (412) 673-1224
Rev. Fr. Michael C. Poplos
Media (19063)
St. George Church
30 East Forge Road
Tel: (610) 459-0366
Rev. Fr. James J. Laliberte
Monessen (15062)
St. Spyridon Church
Reeves Avenue
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 327
Tel: (724) 684-4024
Fax: (724) 684-3889
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Hieromonk Joakim Pantelis
New Castle (16105)
St. George Church
315 W. Englewood Avenue
Tel: (724) 654-8521
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Photios
Tomarakos)
New Kensington (15068)
Annunciation of the Virgin Mary Church
805 Walnut Street
P.O. Box 526
Tel: (724) 339-2003
Fax: (724) 942-5885
Rev. Fr. Leon A. Pachis
Oakmont (15139)
Dormition of the Theotokos Church
12 Washington Avenue
Tel: (412) 828-4144
Fax: (412) 828-7451
Email: frpr.baha.com
V. Rev. Fr. Polycarp Rameas
187
PARISHES
Philadelphia (19149)
Evangelismos Church
6501-05 Bustleton Avenue
Tel: (215) 743-7982
Fax: (215) 743-0846
Rev. Fr. Prokopios Nikas
Philadelphia (19107)
St. George Cathedral
256 South 8th Street
Tel: (215) 627-4389
Fax: (215) 627-4394
Email: [email protected]
Web:
http:/www.saintgeorgecathedral.org
Rev. Fr. Demetrios S. Katerlis
Pittsburgh (15228)
Holy Cross Church
123 Gilkeson Road
Tel: (412) 833-3355
Fax: (412) 833-3357
Rev. Fr. John P. Chakos
Pittsburgh (15212)
Holy Trinity Church
302 West North Avenue
Tel: (412) 321-9282
Fax: (412) 321-7272
Rev. Fr. John N. Touloumes
Pittsburgh (15213)
St. Nicholas Cathedral
419 S. Dithridge Street
Tel: (412) 682-3866
Fax: (412) 683-4960
Email: [email protected]
Web: http:// www.stnickspgh.org
Rev. Fr. Sarantos Serviou
Reading (19611)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
1001 East Wyomissing Blvd
Tel: (610) 374-7511
Fax: (610) 374-5890
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.stsconstantinehelen.org
Rev. Fr. Thomas L. Pappalas
Tel: (570) 342-0566
Rev. Fr. Andrew E. Clarke
Stroudsburg (18360)
Holy Cross Church
135 Stokes Avenue
Tel: (570) 421-5734
Fax: (570) 421-0469
Rev. Fr. Theodore Petrides
Upper Darby (19082)
St. Demetrios Church
229 Powell Lane
Tel: (610) 352-7212
Fax: (610) 352-1467
Rev. Fr. Dimitrios Kanellopoulos
Vandergrift (15690)
SS Constantine & Helen Church
167 Lincoln Avenue
(Serviced by Fr. Leon A. Pachis)
Wilkes-Barre (18702)
Annunciation Church
32 East Rose Street
Tel: (570) 823-4805
Rev. Fr. George N. Dimopoulos
York (17403)
Annunciation Church
2500 Pine Grove Road
Tel: (717) 741-4200
Fax: (717) 747-0468
Rev. Fr. Christos Christofidis
RHODE ISLAND (RI)
Cranston (02920)
Annunciation Church
175 Oaklawn Avenue
Tel: (401) 942-4188
Fax: (401) 942-3020
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.netcom.com/~aggeorg1
Rev. Fr. Andrew G. George
Reading (19601)
St. Matthew Church
501 Elm Street
Tel: (610) 372-1031
Web: www.saintmatts.org
Rev. Fr. Demetrius G. Nicoloudakis
Newport (02840)
St. Spyridon Church
Thames and Brewer Street
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 427
Tel: (401) 846-0555
Fax: (401) 841-0960
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://members.aol.com/stspyridon
Rev. Fr. Anthony S. Evangelatos
Scranton (18509)
Annunciation Church
505 N. Washington Avenue
Pawtucket (02860)
Assumption Church
97 Walcott Street
188
Tel: (401) 725-3127
Fax: (401) 725-9270
Rev. Fr. George E. Economou
SOUTH CAROLINA (SC)
Charleston (29403)
Holy Trinity Church
30 Race Street
Tel: (843) 577-2063
Fax: (843) 722-2331
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. George Tsahakis
Columbia (29201)
Holy Trinity Church
1931 Sumter Street
Tel: (803) 252-6758
Fax: (803) 254-6197
Email: [email protected]com
Web: www.colagoc.org
Rev. Fr. Aris P. Metrakos
Florence (29501)
Transfiguration Church
2990 S. Cashua Drive
Tel: (843) 662-5471
Fax: (843) 662-5471
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Theoharis
Theoharis)
Greenville (29601)
St. George Cathedral
15 De Camp Street
Tel: (864) 233-8531
Fax: (864) 421-9182
Rev. Fr. Tom (Athas) J. Pistolis
Hilton Head (29925)
Holy Resurrection Church
P. O. Box 22888
Tel: (843) 886-6782
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Nicholas Trivelas)
Myrtle Beach (29577)
St. John The Baptist Church
3301 33rd Ave. N.
Tel: (843) 448-3773
Fax: (843) 946-7597
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. George S. Zervos
Spartanburg (29304)
St. Nicholas Church
697 Asheville Avenue
P.O. Box 1107
Tel: (864) 585-5961
Fax: (864) 585-5961
Rev. Fr. George F. Nayfa
PARISHES
SOUTH DAKOTA (SD)
Sioux Falls (57105)
Transfiguration Church
1936 Summit Avenue
Tel: (605) 334-5301
Fax: (605) 334-9810
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Benjamin Henderson
TENNESSEE (TN)
Bluff City (37618)
Holy Trinity Church
150 Elizabeth Ann Circle
Tel: (423) 538-0701
Rev. Fr. Elias C. Scoulas
Chattanooga (37404)
Annunciation Church
722 Glenwood Drive
Tel: (423) 629-4881
Fax: (423) 629-4881
Knoxville (37919)
St. George Church
4070 Kingston Pike
Tel: (865) 522-5043
Fax: (865) 525-8035
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Michael A. Platanis
Memphis (38122)
Annunciation Church
573 N. Highland
Tel: (901) 327-8177
Fax: (901) 327-4440
Rev. Fr. Paul N. Christy
Nashville (37220)
Holy Trinity Church
4905 Franklin Pike
Tel: (615) 333-1047
Fax: (615) 331-2027
Rev. Fr. George M. Vaporis
TEXAS (TX)
Amarillo (79106)
St. John the Prodromos Church
1101 Bell Avenue
Tel: (806) 355-0683
Rev. Fr. Photius Bouton
Austin (78746)
Transfiguration Church
414 St. Stephen’s School Rd.
Tel: (512) 329-6363
Fax: (512) 329-6364
Web: http://transfiguration.org
Rev. Fr. Jordan Brown
Corpus Christi (78401)
St. Nicholas Church
502 S. Chaparral Street
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 343 (78403)
Tel: (361) 883-9843
Fax: (361) 883-9823
Web: www.saint-nicholas.org
Rev. Fr. Stelios Sitaras
Dallas (75240-5412)
Holy Trinity Church
13555 Hillcrest Road
Tel: (972) 991-1166
Fax: (972) 661-1717
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.gohtdallas.org
Rev. Fr. Nicholas E. Katinas
Rev. Fr. N. Anthony Savas
Rev. Deacon Mark Pakes
Rev. Deacon George A. Dokos
El Paso (79912)
St. Nicholas Church
124 South Festival
Tel: (915) 833-0882
Fax: (915) 833-4553
Rev. Fr. Patrick Irish
Euless (76040-4625)
St. John the Baptist Church
303 Cullum Drive
Tel: (817) 283-2291
V. Rev. Fr. Luke G. Kontgas
Fort Worth (76106)
St. Demetrios Church
2022 Ross Avenue
Mailing address:
2020 N.W. 21st St. (76106-7708)
Tel: (817) 626-5578
Rev. Fr. Nicholas V. Gamvas
Galveston (77550)
Assumption Church
1824 Ball Street
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 655 (77553)
Tel: (409) 762-7591
Fax: (409) 762-7591
Rev. Fr. David O. Eckley
Houston (77006-4388)
Annunciation Cathedral
3511 Yoakum Blvd.
Tel: (713) 526-5377
Fax: (713) 526-1048
V. Rev. Fr. J. Gabriel Karambis
Rev. Fr. Brendan (Brant) Pelphrey
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Andrews
Houston (77077)
St. Basil the Great Church
1100 Eldridge Parkway
Tel: (281) 679-5395
Fax: (281) 679-5397
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.stbasil~houston.org
Rev. Fr. Anastasios Raptis
Lubbock (79424)
St. Andrew Church
6001 81st Street
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 93705 (79493)
Tel: (806) 798-1828
Rev. Fr. John D. Hill
Port Arthur (77640)
St. George Church
3146 Thomas Blvd.
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 3035 (77643)
Tel: (409) 762-3283
(Serviced by Diocesan Clergy)
San Angelo (76903)
Assumption Church
801 Montecito Drive
Tel: (915) 653-6074
Rev. Fr. James G. Hademenos
San Angelo (76901)
St. Athanasios the Great Church
5309 Foster Road
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 89 (76902)
Tel: (915) 658-1184
Fax: (915) 224-4934
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.wcc.net/~egre/
Rev. Fr. Elias T. Greer
San Antonio (78212)
Saint Sophia Church
2504 N. St. Mary’s Street
Tel: (210) 735-5051
Fax: (210) 735-7475
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. John A. Mangos
Rev. Deacon John Allan Stehling
Waco (76707)
St. Nicholas Church
617 North 17th Street
Tel: (254) 754-6519
Fax: (254) 759-1949
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Theodore Tsitsilianos
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PARISHES
Webster (77598)
St. John the Theologian Church
202 North Walnut Street
Tel: (713) 554-7223
Fax: (713) 665-2781
Email: [email protected]
V. Rev. Fr. Gabriel Barrow
Wichita Falls (76309)
Holy Cross Church
3804 Old Seymour Road
Tel: (940) 692-0860
(Serviced by Diocesan Clergy)
UTAH (UT)
Holladay (84117)
Prophet Elias Church
5335 S. Highland Drive
Tel: (801) 277-2693
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.goarch.org/churches/
utah/prophetelias
Rev. Fr. Matthew Gilbert
Ogden (84403)
Transfiguration Church
674 42nd Street
Tel: (801) 399-2231
Rev. Fr. Danut Suciu
Rev. Deacon Peter Alex
Price (84501)
Assumption Church
61 S. 2nd Street
P. O. Box 688
Tel: (435) 637-0704
Fax: (435) 613-1651
(Serviced by V. Rev. Fr. Athanasios
Emmert)
Salt Lake City (84101-1797)
Holy Trinity Cathedral
279 South 300 West
Tel: (801) 328-9681
Fax: (801) 328-9688
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. John N. Kaloudis
Rev. Fr. George S. Politis
Rev. Deacon Anatoli Kireiev
Rev. Deacon Elias Koucos
VERMONT (VT)
Burlington (05401)
Dormition of the Mother of God Church
600 S. Willard Street
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 8122 (05402-8122)
190
Tel: (802) 862-2155
Rev. Fr. Robert T. Athas
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. George Chioros
Rutland (05701)
St. Nicholas Church
8 Cottage Street
P. O. Box 939
(Serviced by V. Rev. Fr. Nikanor Kutelas)
Norfolk (23505)
Annunciation Cathedral
7220 Granby Street
Tel: (757) 440-0500
Fax: (757) 423-6929
Rev. Fr. Constantine Christofis
Rev. Fr. Constantine P. Rogakos
VIRGINIA (VA)
Charlottesville (22902)
Transfiguration Church
100 Perry Drive
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 94
Tel: (804) 295-5337
Rev. Fr. Jon C. Emanuelson
Danville (24541)
St. Peter Church
116 Jefferson Avenue
P.O.Box 3392
Tel: (804) 793-5382
(Serviced by Area Clergy)
Falls Church (22041)
St. Katherine Church
3149 Glen Carlyn Road
Tel: (703) 671-1515
Fax: (703) 671-1385
Email:
[email protected]
Web: http://www.saint-katherines.org
Rev. Fr. Michael J. Eaccarino
Fredericksburg (22407)
The Nativity of the Theotokos Church
12326 Spotswood Furnace Rd.
Tel: (540) 548-2824
Fax: (540) 548-2665
E-Mail: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Stephen P. Theophilos
Hopewell (23860)
St. Elpis Church
107 Memorial Avenue
P.O.Box 1204
Tel: (804) 458-4142
Lynchburg (24501)
St. George Church
1724 Langhorne Road
P. O. Box 2061
Tel: (804) 384-7585
(Serviced by V. Rev. Fr. George Kyricoples)
Newport News (23606)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
60 Traverse Road
Tel: (757) 872-8119
Fax: (757) 596-2967
Richmond (23221)
SS. Constantine & Helen Cathedral
30 Malvern Avenue
Tel: (804) 355-3687
Fax: (804) 342-1947
Email:
[email protected]
Web: http://ycom.com/usa/va/cathedral
Rev. Fr. Nicholas G. Bacalis
Rev. Deacon John Manuel
Roanoke (24012)
Holy Trinity Church
30 Huntington Blvd. N.E.
P.O. Box 5055
Tel: (540) 362-3601
Fax: (540) 362-3638
Rev. Fr. Peter E. Papanikolaou
Virginia Beach (23451)
St. Nicholas Church
621 First Colonial Road
Tel: (757) 422-5600
Fax: (757) 422-5722
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.stnicholasvabeach.org
Rev. Fr. George I. Paulson
Rev. Fr. Savas C. Constantinou
Winchester (22601)
Dormition of the Virgin Mary Church
1700 Amherst Street
Tel: (540) 667-1416
Rev. Fr. Michael Yachnis
WASHINGTON (WA)
Bellingham (98225)
Saint Sophia Church
510 East Sunset Drive
Tel: (360) 734-8745
Rev. Fr. John Contoravdis
Seattle (98122)
Assumption Church
1804 13th Avenue
Tel: (206) 323-8557
Fax: (206) 323-1205
Email: [email protected]
PARISHES
Rev. Fr. John S. Hondros
Rev. Deacon Gerasimos N. Markopoulos
Seattle (98112)
St. Demetrios Church
2100 Boyer Avenue East
Tel: (206) 325-4347
Fax: (206) 328-1119
Rev. Fr. John P. Angelis
Rev. Fr. Dimitrios A. Pappas
Spokane (99205)
Holy Trinity Church
1703 N. Washington
Tel: (509) 328-9310
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Stephen Q. Supica
Tacoma (98405)
St. Nicholas Church
1523 S. Yakima Ave.
Tel: (253) 272-0466
Fax: (253) 572-3245
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. John C. Kuehnle
WEST VIRGINIA (WV)
Charleston (25304)
St. John Church
3512 MacCorkle Ave, S.E.
Tel: (304) 925-3906
Fax: (304) 925-3906
Rev. Fr. David Shaw
Clarksburg (26302)
St. Spyridon Church
1010 Factory Street
P.O. Box 4176
Tel: (304) 624-5331
Rev. Fr. Leonidas H. Drakopoulos
Huntington (25701)
St. George Church
701 11th Avenue
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 2822 (25727-2822)
Tel: (304) 522-7890
Fax: (304) 523-5320
Rev. Fr. Frank A. Milanese
Morgantown (26505)
Assumption Church
447 Spruce Street
Tel: (304) 292-9048
Fax: (304) 292-8671
Rev. Fr. Christopher H. Bender
Weirton (26062)
All Saints Church
3528 West Street
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 128
Tel: (304) 797-9884
Fax: (304) 797-1725
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Fr. Terry J. Linos
Sheboygan (53081)
St. Spyridon Church
1427 South 10th Street
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 1210 (53082-1210)
Tel: (920) 452-2585
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Peter
Pappademetriou)
Wheeling (26003)
St. John the Divine Church
2215 Chapline Street
Tel: (304) 233-0757
Fax: (304) 233-0757
Rev. Fr. Spiro W. Kehayes
Wauwatosa (53213)
SS. Constantine and Helen Church
2160 Wauwatosa Avenue
Tel: (414) 778-1555
Fax: (414) 778-1117
Rev. Fr. Ted T. Trifon
WISCONSIN (WI)
Appleton (54911)
St. Nicholas Church
3333 N. French Road
Tel: (920) 730-8119
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Leo Gavrilos)
Fond Du Lac (54936-0011)
Holy Trinity Church
198 N. Macy Street
P.O. Box 11
Tel: (920) 921-4364
Fax: (920) 921-5324
Rev. Fr. Peter N. Pappademetriou
Madison (53704)
Assumption Church
11 North 7th Street
Tel: (608) 244-1001
Fax: (608) 244-1565
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.execpc.com/~greekchr
Rev. Fr. Joseph Tzougros
Milwaukee (53225-4812)
Annunciation Church
9400 W. Congress Street
Tel: (414) 461-9400
Fax: (414) 461-9468
Rev. Fr. James Dokos
Rev. Fr. Michael Constantinides
WYOMING (WY)
Casper (82601)
Holy Trinity Church
1350 “C” Road
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 1465 (82602)
Tel: (307) 237-9969
Rev. Fr. John Cusulos
Cheyenne (82001)
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
501 West 27th Street
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 112 (82003)
Tel: (307) 635-5929
Fax: (307) 637-7554
Rev. Fr. Gabriel Nicholas
Rock Springs (82901)
Holy Trinity Church
405 “N” Street
Mailing Address:
302 "M" Street
Tel: (307) 362-2930
V. Rev. Fr. Lukas Kotzakis
Racine (53406)
Kimisis Tis Theotokou Church
1335 S. Green Bay Road
Tel: (262) 632-5682
Fax: (262) 632-3358
Rev. Fr. Emmanuel N. Lillios
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MONASTIC COMMUNITIES
ARIZONA (AZ)
OHIO (OH)
TEXAS (TX)
Florence (85232)
St. Anthony Monastery
4784 N. St. Joseph’s Way
Abbot: Father Paisios
Tel.: (520) 868-3188
Fax: (520) 868-3088
Web: www.stanthonysmonastery.org
Perrysville (44864)
St. Gregory Palamas Monastery
934 County Road 2256
Abbot: Father Seraphim Dedes
Tel.: (419) 368-5335
Fax: (419) 368-3500
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.bright.net/~palamas
Kendalia (77550)
Holy Archangels Monastery
P.O. Box 422
Abbot: Father Dositheos
Tel.: (830) 833-2793
Fax: (830) 833-2231
CALIFORNIA (CA)
Dunlap (93621-0400)
Holy Convent of The Theotokos
38526 Dunlap Rd
Abbess: Gerontissa Markella
Mailing address: P.O. BOX 549
Tel.: (209) 338-3110
NEW YORK (NY)
Roscoe, NY (12776)
Saint Nektarios Monastery
100 Lake Anawanda Road
Abbot: Father Joseph
Tel.: (607) 498-5285
Fax: (607) 498-5468
PENNSYLVANIA (PA)
Saxonburg (16056)
Nativity of the Theotokos Convent
121 St. Elias Lane
Abbess: Gerontissa Theophano
Tel.: (724) 352-3999
Fax: (724) 352-5822
Rev. Protopresbyter James G. Carellas
WASHINGTON (WA)
Goldendale (98620)
St. John The Forerrunner Holy Convent
5 Timmer Lane
Abbess: Gerontissa Efpraxia
Tel.: (509) 773-7141
Weatherly (18255)
Holy Protection Convent
378 Laurytown Road
Abbess: Gerontissa Olympiada
Tel.: (570) 427-8296
Fax: (570) 427-5058
Archdiocese delegates led by His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios at the First Clergy-Laity Conference convened
by His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew in Constantinople from Nov. 25 – Dec. 1, 2000.
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CHAPELS
ALABAMA (AL)
Daphne (36526)
Presentation of
The Virgin Mary Chapel
P.O. Box 639
Gulf Shores (36547)
St. Athanasios Chapel
220 East 20th Avenue
Tel.: (334) 967-2020
Fax: (334) 471-8015
CALIFORNIA (CA)
Apple Valley (92308)
St. Demetrios Chapel
13677 Lakota Road
P.O. Box 332
Claremont (91711)
Pomona Valley Mission Chapel
521 California Drive
San Luis Obispo (93403)
Chapel of San Luis Obispo
P. O. Box 4945
Tel.: (805) 544-3368
(Serviced by V. Rev. Fr. Mark Vinas)
COLORADO (CO)
Hot Sulphur Springs
Prophet Elias Chapel
County Line Road
CONNECTICUT (CT)
Storrs (06268)
Three Hierarchs Chapel
28 Dog Lane
Hellen. Stud. Camp.UC-28 Dog
Ln/PO.B 818
Tel.: (860) 429-8518
Fax: (860) 583-5643
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Carl Vouros)
FLORIDA (FL)
Brooksville (34614)
St. Nicholas Chapel
13460 Olympic Village Lane
Tel.: (352) 796-8482
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. John Liadis)
Destin (32541-2378)
St. Johns Chapel
302 Highway 98 E.
St. Augustine (32085-1960)
St. Photios Shrine
41 St. George St.
P.O. Box 1960
Tel.: (904) 829-8205
Fax: (904) 829-8707
GEORGIA (GA)
Atlanta (30329)
Archangel Michael
2480 Clairmont Road
Tel.: (404) 634-9345
NEW YORK (NY)
Astoria (11102)
St. Cosmas Chapel
27-09 Crescent Street
Tel.: (718) 626-5111
Garrison (10524-9742)
St. Basil Chapel
79 St. Basil Road / Rte 2 Box 8A
Tel.: (845) 424-3500
Fax: (845) 424-4172
Rev. Fr. Constantine L. Sitaras
Brunswick (31520)
St. George Chapel
401 Newcastle Street
New York (10021)
St. Paul Chapel
10 East 79 Street
Tel.: (212) 570-3500
MASSACHUSETTS
(MA)
Yonkers (10705)
Taxiarchai Chapel
St. Michael’s Home For The Aged
3 Lehman Terrace
Tel.: (914) 476-3374
Fax: (914) 476-1744
V. Rev. Fr. Andonios M. Paropoulos
Brookline (02445)
Holy Cross Chapel
50 Goddard Avenue
Tel.: (617) 731-3500
MICHIGAN (MI)
Battle Creek
SS Constantine & Helen Chapel
1020 Goquac Street
Detroit (48221)
St. Spyridon Chapel
19405 Renfrew Road
Tel.: (313) 864-5433
Lexington (48485)
St. Panteleimon Chapel
428 Calvin Street
Mailing Address:
7143 Cedar Road
Gross Pointe Farms 48236
Tel.: (313) 884-0292
NEVADA (NV)
Ely (89315)
St. Alexios Chapel
12 & Lyons
P.O. Box 773
Tel.: (702) 289-3570
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Ilia Katre)
McGill (89318)
St. Barbara Chapel
Fourth Street
P.O. Box 1352
Tel.: (702) 289-3567
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Ilia Katre)
WASHINGTON (WA)
Kenmore (98028)
Greek Orthodox Mission I-5/405
P. O. Box 82677
Tel.: (425) 415-1514
Fax: (425) 415-1614
Rev. Fr. Michael B. Johnson
Rev. Deacon Athanasios Tsagalakis
Pasco (993011161)
St. Nectarios Mission
627 West Bonneville Street
P.O. Box 1161
Tel.: (509) 547-3968
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Anthony
Tomaras)
Walla Walla (99362)
St. Silouan Athonite Mission
P.O. Box 247
Tel.: (509) 529-0306
Rev. Fr. Seraphim Bell
Rev. Dn. Timothy Read
WYOMING (WY)
Worland (82041)
St. George Chapel
12th Street & Robertson
(Serviced by Rev. Fr. Dean Talagan)
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PRIESTS
A
Rev. Hieromonk Ignatios Achlioptas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
] Ïó. ] Éåñïìüíá÷ïò [ ÉãíÜôéïò [ A÷ëéüðôáò
Nassau, Bahamas
Rev. Presbyter Stavros N. Akrotirianakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Óôá`õñïò [ ÁêñïôçñéáíÜêçò
Holy Trinity Church
Asheville, NC
Rev. Deacon Peter Alex
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò Ðáíáãéþôçò [ Áëåîüðïõëïò
Transfiguration Church
Ogden, UT
Rev. Presbyter John Alexandres
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò [ Áëåîáíäñ`çò
SS Constantine & Helen Church
Lancaster, CA
Rev. Protopresbyter John Alexandrou
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò [ AëåîÜíäñïõ
St. John the Theologian Cathedral
Tenafly, NJ
Rev. Economos Regis John Alexoudis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ÑÞãáò [ Aëåîïýäçò
St. Nicholas Church
Wilmington, NC
Rev. Protopresbyter George A. Alexson
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò [ Áëåîüðïõëïò
Annunciation Cathedral
Atlanta, GA
Rev. Presbyter Constantine Aliferakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò [ AëéöåñÜêçò
St. George Church
Schererville, IN
Rev. Presbyter Tilemahos Alikakos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÔçëÝìá÷ïò [ ÁëéêÜêïò
Holy Trinity Church
Sioux City, IA
Rev. Economos Nicholas G. Anctil
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Íéêüëáïò { Áíêôçë
Holy Trinity Church
New Rochelle, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Mark Andrews
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ì`áñêïò { Áíäñéïõò
Weatherly, PA
Rev. Presbyter R. Dimitrios Andrews
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ñ. ÄçìÞôñéïò [ ÁíäñÝïõ
St. George Church
St. Paul, MN
Rev. Presbyter Nicholas Andrews
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò [ Áíäñéôóüðïõëïò
194
Annunciation Cathedral
Houston, TX
Rev. Protopresbyter John C. Angel
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò [ Áããåëüðïõëïò
St. Barbara Church
New York City, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter John P. Angelis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ð. [ Áããåë`çò
St. Demetrios Church
Seattle, WA
V. Rev. Archimandrite Gerasimos Annas
Ðáí. [Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ÃåñÜóéìïò { Áííáò
St. Augustine, FL
Rev. Presbyter Kenneth C. Anthony
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Å[õóôñÜôéïò [ ÁíôùíéÜäçò
SS Raphael, Nicholas & Irene Church
Cumming, GA
Rev. Presbyter Dimitrios J. Antokas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò [ Aíôüêáò
Holy Trinity Church
Westfield, NJ
Rev. Protopresbyter John K. Antonopoulos
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò [ Áíôùíüðïõëïò
St. Demetrios Cathedral
Astoria, NY
V. Rev. Archimandrite Ignatios Apostolopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò [ ÉãíÜôéïò [ Áðïóôïëüðïõëïò
Evangelismos Church
Farrell, PA
Rev. Presbyter Basil B. Arabatzis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò [ Añáìðáôæ`çò
St. Demetrios Church
Saco, ME
Rev. Economos Robert J. Archon
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ×áñÜëáìðïò [ Añ÷ïíôÜêçò
Annunciation Church
Elkins Park, PA
Rev. Presbyter Mark B. Arey
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÌÜñê Arey
St. George Tropeoforos Church
New York City, NY
Rev. Presbyter Philip S. Armstrong
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ößëéððïò Armstrong
St. Katherine Church
Chandler, AZ
Rev. Presbyter Angelo J. Artemas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Å[õÜããåëïò [ ÁñôåìÜêçò
SS. Peter & Paul Church
Glenview, IL
PRIESTS
Rev. Protopresbyter John E. Artemas
V. Rev. Archimandrite Gabriel Barrow
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò [ AñôåìÜêçò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Rockford, IL
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ÃáâñéÞë Barrow
St. John the Theologian Church
Webster, TX
Rev. Protopresbyter John Asimacopoulos
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine S. Bebis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò [ Áóçìáêüðïõëïò
St. Nicholas Church
San Jose, CA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ìðåìð`çò
St. George Church
New Bedford, MA
Rev. Protopresbyter Robert T. Athas
Rev. Presbyter Paul C. Bebis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Åðáìåéíþíäáò [ AèáíáóÜêïò
Dormition of The Mother Of God Church
Burlington, VT
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ðá`õëïò K. Ìðåìð`çò
St. Nicholas Church
Enfield, CT
Rev. Presbyter Tom P. Avramis
Rev. Presbyter Vasilios Bebis
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ AèáíÜóéïò [ AâñÜìçò
Yucaipa, CA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò ÌðÝìðçò
St. Nectarios Church
Roslindale, MA
Rev. Presbyter Kyriakos Axarides
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò KõñéÜêïò [ Áîáñßäçò
American Farm School, Thessaloniki
c/o 466 East Avenue
Lewiston, ME 04240
Rev. Presbyter Seraphim Bell
B
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Óåñáöåßì Bell
St. Silouan Athonite Mission
Walla Walla, WA
Rev. Presbyter Nicholas G. Bacalis
Rev. Economos Christopher H. Bender
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò ÌðáêÜëçò
SS. Constantine & Helen Cathedral
Richmond, VA
V. Rev. Archimandrite Timothy Bakakos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Ôéìüèåïò ÌðáêÜêïò
St. Nicholas Church
Oak Lawn, IL
Rev. Protopresbyter John S. Bakas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò O. ÌðÜêáò
Saint Sophia Cathedral
Los Angeles, CA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ×ñéóôüöïñïò ÌðÝíôåñ
Assumption Church
Morgantown, WV
V. Rev. Archimandrite Sylvester D. Berberis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Óýëâåóôñïò ÌðåñìðÝñçò
Zoodohos Peghe Church
Bronx, NY
Rev. Economos George Bessinas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ãåþñãéïò Ìðåóßíáò
St. George Church
Shreveport, LA
Rev. Economos Peter G. Balkas
Rev. Presbyter Michael R. Bird
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ÐÝôñïò Ìðáëßêáò
St. Nectarios Church
Palatine, IL
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë Bird
St. Gregory the Theologian Church
Mansfield, MA
Rev. Presbyter Stavros Ballas
Rev. Presbyter David G. Bissias
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Óôá`õñïò ÌðÜëëáò
Assumption Church
Flint, MI
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Äáõßä Ìðçóßáò
St. Demetrios Church
Hammond, IN
Rev. Presbyter Andrew J. Barakos
Rev. Economos Teodor Bita
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíäñÝáò ÌðáñÜêïò
Assumption Church
Scottsdale, AZ
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Èåüäùñïò Ìðßôá
Holy Trinity&St. John the Theologian Church
Jackson, MS
Rev. Presbyter Theodore J. Barbas
Rev. Presbyter Stephen C. Bithos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Èåüäùñïò ÌðÜñìðáò
Taxiarchae Church
Watertown, MA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÓôÝöáíïò Ìðéèßôóéêáò
All Saints Church
Joliet, IL
195
PRIESTS
V. Rev. Archimandrite Ambrosios Bitziadis
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò [ Áìâñüóéïò ÌðéôæéÜäçò
Deal, NJ
Rev. Economos James A. Bogdan
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ìðïãäáíßäçò
Holy Trinity Church
Grand Rapids, MI
Rev. Protopresbyter James T. Bogiatzis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Âïãéáôæ`çò
St. George Church
New Britain, CT
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine P. Botsis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ìðüôóçò
Holy Taxiarchai - St. Haralambos Church
Niles, IL
Rev. Presbyter E. Kyprianos Bouboutsis
Hellenic College/Holy Cross
Brookline, MA
Rev. Protopresbyter Stephen J. Callos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÓôÝöáíïò Ìáóôñüêáëïò
SS. Constantine & Helen Cathedral
Cleveland, OH
Rev. Presbyter Dimitri Callozzo
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Káëëüæï
Annunciation Church
Kankakee, IL
Rev. Protopresbyter Demetrios N. Calogredes
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Káëïãñßäçò
St. Nicholas Church
West Babylon, NY
Rev. Economos Dennis Canavos
] Ïó. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Å. Kõðñéáíüò Ìðïõìðïýôóçò
Diocese of Chicago
Chicago, IL
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Äéïíýóéïò Káíáâüò
Annunciation Church
Winston-Salem, NC
Rev. Presbyter Anastasios Bourantas
Rev. Presbyter Demetrios-Earl Cantos Jr.
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíáóôÜóéïò ÌðïõñáíôÜò
Holy Trinity Church
Wilmington, DE
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò KáñáêáôóÜíçò
St. Nicholas Church
Temecula, CA
Rev. Presbyter Photius Bouton
Rev. Presbyter John A. Caparisos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Öþôéïò Bouton
St. John the Prodromos Church
Amarillo, TX
Rev. Protopresbyter George C. Bratiotis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ìðñáôéþôçò
St. Anthony Church
Reno, NV
Rev. Presbyter Jordan Brown
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉïñäÜíçò Brown
Transfiguration Church
Austin, TX
Rev. Economos Manuel J. Burdusi
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÅììáíïõÞë Âïõñäïýóçò
St. Nicholas Church
Baltimore, MD
Rev. Presbyter David A. Buss
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
] Ïó. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Äáõßä Buss
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Monroe, LA
C
Rev. Presbyter Peter T. Cade
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò Cade
St. George Church
Des Moines, IA
Rev. Protopresbyter Alkiviadis C. Calivas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁëêéâéÜäçò Káëõâüðïõëïò
196
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Kõðáñéóóüò
Savannah, GA
Rev. Presbyter Nicholas J. Capilos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Káð`çëïò
St. Paul Church
Savannah, GA
Rev. Protopresbyter James G. Carellas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Káñåëë`áò
Nativity of the Theotokos Convent
Saxonburg, PA
Rev. Protopresbyter William R. Cassis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò Káóóéüò
Holy Trinity - St. Nicholas Church
Cincinnati, OH
Rev. Presbyter Joseph Chaffee
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùóÞö Chaffee
St. George Church
Bakersfield, CA
Rev. Protopresbyter John P. Chakos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ôóáêáëßáò
Holy Cross Church
Pittsburgh, PA
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter A. Chamberas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò ÔóÜìðçñáò
Holy Trinity Church
Concord, NH
PRIESTS
Rev. Deacon Alexander Chetsas
Rev. Presbyter Andrew E. Clarke
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò [ ÁëÝîáíäñïò Ôóßôóáò
Roslindale, MA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíäñÝáò KëÜñê
Annunciation Church
Scranton, PA
Rev. Protopresbyter William S. Chiganos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò Ôóßããáíïò
Holy Apostles Church
Westchester, IL
Rev. Presbyter Thomas F. Chininis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁèáíÜóéïò Ôóéíéí`çò
St. Philip Church
Nashua, NH
Rev. Economos George Chioros
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ãåþñãéïò Ôóé`ùñïò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Newport News, VA
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter Chrisafideis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò ×ñõóáößäçò
Lynn, MA
Rev. Economos William M. Christ
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Âáóßëåéïò ×ñÞóôïõ
Holy Trinity Church
Tulsa, OK
Rev. Presbyter Christos B. Christakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñ`çóôïò ×ñçóôÜêçò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Middletown, OH
Rev. Presbyter Christos Christofidis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñ`çóôïò ×ñéóôïößäçò
Annunciation Church
York, PA
Rev. Economos Constantine Christofis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ×ñéóôïö`çò
Annunciation Cathedral
Norfolk, VA
Rev. Protopresbyter Louis J. Christopulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Çëßáò ×ñéóôüðïõëïò
Saint Catherine Church
Greenwood Village, CO
Rev. Presbyter Paul N. Christy
Rev. Protopresbyter James J. Cleondis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Këåïýäçò
Annunciation Church
Mobile, AL
Rev. Presbyter Thomas J. Cokotis
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Å[õóôÜèéïò Kïêïô`çò
East Longmeadow, MA
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine Combitsis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Kïìðßôóçò
St. Spyridon Church
New York, NY
Rev. Presbyter Michael Condos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë Küíôïò
All Saints Church
Peoria, IL
V. Rev. Archimandrite John E. Constantine
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò [ ÉùÜííçò Á. Kùíóôáíôßíïõ
St. George Church
Downey, CA
Rev. Presbyter Thomas M. Constantine
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Èùì`áò Ì. Kùíóôáíôéíßäçò
Leo, IN
Rev. Economos Christopher Constantinides
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ×ñéóôüöïñïò Kùíóôáíôéíßäçò
St. Athanasios Church
Aurora, IL
Rev. Presbyter Michael Constantinides
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë Kùíóôáíôéíßäçò
Annunciation Church
Milwaukee, WI
Rev. Presbyter Costas C. Constantinou
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Kùíóôáíôßíïõ
St. Demetrios Church
Merrick, NY
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áðüóôïëïò Ðáðá÷ñéóôüðïõëïò
Annunciation Church
Memphis, TN
Rev. Presbyter Dean Constantopoulos
Rev. Deacon John Chryssavgis
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò [ ÉùÜííçò ×ñõóáõã`çò
Hellenic College/Holy Cross
Brookline, MA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò KïíôïñÜâäçò
Saint Sophia Church
Bellingham, WA
Rev. Protopresbyter Emmanuel Clapsis
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter D. Costarakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÅììáíïõÞë KëÜøçò
SS. Anargyroi Church
Marlboro, MA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÐáíôåëåÞìùí KùóôáñÜêçò
Prophet Elias Church
San Bernardino, CA
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Kùíóôáíôüðïõëïò
Old Faleron, Greece
Rev. Protopresbyter John Contoravdis
197
PRIESTS
Rev. Protopresbyter Paul C. Costopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðá`õëïò Kùóôüðïõëïò
Holy Trinity-Holy Cross Cathedral
Birmingham, AL
Rev. Presbyter William G. Cosulas
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò Kïýóïõëáò
Tempe, AZ
V. Rev. Archimandrite Joachim A. Cotsonis
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò [ Éùêåßì Kïôóþíçò
Hellenic College/Holy Cross
Brookline, MA
V. Rev. Archimandrite Nektarios Cottros
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ÍåêôÜñéïò Kïôñ`ùôóïò
St. Nicholas Church
Atlantic City, NJ
Rev. Presbyter Anastasios Coulouras
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíáóôÜóéïò Kïõëïõñ`áò
Taxiarchai Church
Laconia, NH
Rev. Presbyter Michael K. Courey
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë Kï`õñõ
St. Katherine Church
Redondo Beach, CA
Rev. Presbyter Patrick J. Cowles
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáôñßêéïò KÜïõëçò
Holy Spirit Church
Rochester, NY
Rev. Presbyter Irenaios Jeffrey Cox
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Åœéñçíá¡éïò Jeffrey Cox
Holy Trinity - St. Nicholas Church
Cincinnati, OH
Rev. Economos John Cusulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÉùÜííçò Kïõóïõëüò
Holy Trinity Church
Casper, WY
D
Rev. Presbyter Steve J. Dalber
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Óôá`õñïò ÄéëìðåñÜêçò
St. Nektarios Church
Charlotte, NC
Rev. Presbyter Aristotle W. Damaskos
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁñéóôïôÝëçò Äáìáóêüò
Holy Trinity Cathedral
Toledo, OH
Rev. Presbyter Peter Daratsos
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Å[õñéðßäçò ÄáñÜôóïò
Schenectady, NY
Rev. Economos George Daskalakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ãåþñãéïò ÄáóêáëÜêçò
Holy Trinity Cathedral
198
Charlotte, NC
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas Dasouras
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Äáóïõñ`áò
St. George Church
Norwalk, CT
Rev. Protopresbyter Theofanis Degaitas
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÈåïöÜíçò ÄåãáÀôáò
Holy Trinity Church
Phoenix, AZ
Rev. Presbyter Peter D. Delvizis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÐÝôñïò Äåëâéæ`çò
St. Gregory of Nyssa Church
El Cajon, CA
Rev. Presbyter Anthony G. Demetri
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áíôþíéïò Äçìçôñßïõ
Annunciation Church
Cleveland, OH
Rev. Presbyter Demetrios Demopulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Äçìüðïõëïò
Holy Trinity Church
Fitchburg, MA
Rev. Protopresbyter Athanasios L. Demos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁèáíÜóéïò Ä`çìïò
Diocese of Boston
Brookline, MA
Rev. Protopresbyter Andrew J. Demotses
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíäñÝáò Äçìüôóçò
St. Vasilios Church
Peabody, MA
Rev. Economos Steve Denas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Óôá`õñïò Íôßíáò
Presentation of Christ Church
East Pittsburgh, PA
Rev. Protopresbyter James S. Diavatis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò ÄéáâÜôçò
St. John the Baptist Church
Anaheim, CA
Rev. Presbyter J. Michael Diavatis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ä. Ìé÷áÞë ÄéáâÜôçò
Holy Transfiguration Church
Anchorage, AK
Rev. Presbyter Sotirios Dimitriou
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÓùôÞñéïò Äçìçôñßïõ
Assumption Church
Olympia Fields, IL
Rev. Presbyter Dean Dimon
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÄéáìáíôÜêçò
Holy Trinity Church
Steubenville, OH
PRIESTS
Rev. Protopresbyter George N. Dimopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Äçìüðïõëïò
Annunciation Church
Wilkes-Barre, PA
Rev. Protopresbyter Demetrius T. Dogias
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ëåüíôéïò Durkit
St. Paul Church
North Royalton, OH
E
Rev. Economos Michael J. Eaccarino
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Äüãéáò
Annunciation Church
Sacramento, CA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ìé÷áÞë Eaccarino
St. Katherine Church
Falls Church, VA
Rev. Deacon George A. Dokos
Rev. Protopresbyter David O. Eckley
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò Ãåþñãéïò Íôüêïò
Holy Trinity Church
Dallas, TX
Rev. Protopresbyter James Dokos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Äüêïò
Annunciation Church
Milwaukee, WI
Rev. Protopresbyter Stratton Dorozenski
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Å[õóôñÜôéïò ÍôïñïæÝíóêç
St. Nicholas Church
Troy, MI
Rev. Presbyter Theodore Dorrance
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Èåüäùñïò Dorrance
St. John the Baptist Church
Portland, OR
Rev. Protopresbyter James A. Doukas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Á. Äïýêáò
Annunciation Church
Buffalo, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter George H. Dounelis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÄïõíÝëçò
Kimisis Tis Theotokou Church
Holmdel, NJ
Rev. Presbyter Constantine Douvikas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Äïõâßêáò
St. Spyridon Church
Upland, CA
Rev. Protopresbyter George D. Dragas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ä. ÄñÜãáò
Hellenic College/Holy Cross
Brookline, MA
Rev. Presbyter Leonidas H. Drakopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
] Ïó. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ëåùíßäáò Äñáêüðïõëïò
St. Spyridon Church
Clarksburg, WV
Rev. Presbyter Photios Dumont
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Öþôéïò Dumont
Church of the Resurrection
Castro Valley, CA
Rev. Presbyter Leonty T. Durkit
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Äáõúä Ï. Eckley
Assumption Church
Galveston, TX
Rev. Protopresbyter George E. Economou
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ç. Ïœéêïíüìïõ
Assumption Church
Pawtucket, RI
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine P. Efstathiu
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Å[õóôáèßïõ
Nativity of Christ Church
Ignacio, CA
Rev. Economos C. Mark Elliott
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ì`áñêïò Elliott
Holy Trinity Church
Maitland/Orlando, FL
Rev. Presbyter Jon C. Emanuelson
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÅììáíïõÞë [ ÅìÜíïõåëóïí
Transfiguration Church
Charlottesville, VA
Rev. Economos Mark P. Emroll
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ì`áñêïò Emroll
St. Demetrios Church
Saginaw, MI
Rev. Economos Andrew N. Eugenis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÁíäñÝáò Å[õãåí`çò
St. George Church
Asbury Park, NJ
Rev. Presbyter Anthony S. Evangelatos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áíôþíéïò Å[õáããåëÜôïò
St. Spyridon Church
Newport, RI
F
Rev. Presbyter Nikiforos Fakinos
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêçöüñïò Öáêéíüò
St. Demetrios Cathedral
Astoria, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Thomas Fitzgerald
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Èùì`áò Fitzerald
Sagamore Hill, MA
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
199
PRIESTS
Rev. Presbyter Christopher Flesoras
Rev. Presbyter Apostolos N. Georgiafentis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñéóôüöïñïò Öëåóþñáò
St. Anna Greek Orthodox Church
Roseville, CA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áðüóôïëïò Í. ÃåùñãéáöÝíôçò
St. Demetrios Church
Chicago, IL
V. Rev. Archimandrite Vasilios Flionis
Rev. Presbyter Asterios Gerostergios
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Âáóßëåéïò Öëéþíçò
Dormition of the Virgin Mary Church
Somerville, MA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁóôÝñéïò Ãåñïóôåñãßïõ
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Cambridge, MA
Rev. Presbyter Christopher P. Foustoukos
Rev. Protopresbyter Panagiotis K. Giannakopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñ`çóôïò Öïõóôï`õêïò
Annunciation Church
Woburn, MA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò Ãéáííáêüðïõëïò
St. George Church
Centerville/Hyannis, MA
G
Rev. Economos Mario Giannopoulos
Rev. Economos Nicholas V. Gamvas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Íéêüëáïò ÃÜìâáò
St. Demetrios Church
Fort Worth, TX
V. Rev. Archimandrite Damaskinos V. Ganas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Äáìáóêçíüò Ãêáí`áò
Kimisis Tis Theotokou Church
Brooklyn, NY
Rev. Archimandrite Anastasios G. Garaboa
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò [ ÁíáóôÜóéïò Ã. Ãêáñáìðüá
St. Nicholas Church
Ft. Pierce, FL
Rev. Deacon James J. Gardikes
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ãáñäßêçò
Worthington, OH
Rev. Presbyter Cyril Garrett
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kýñéëëïò Garrett
Holy Trinity Church
Augusta, GA
Rev. Presbyter James S. Gavrilos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ãáâñßëïò
St. Mark Church
Boca Raton, FL
Rev. Presbyter Leo A. Gavrilos
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ Çëßáò Ãáâñßëïò
Plymouth, WI
Rev. Deacon Andrew G. Georganas
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò [ ÁíäñÝáò Ã. Ãåùñãáí`áò
Darien, IL
Rev. Protopresbyter Andrew G. George
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíäñÝáò Ãåùñãßïõ
Annunciation Church
Cranston, RI
Rev. Protopresbyter Athanas G. George
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁèáíÜóéïò Ãåùñãïýäçò
Annunciation Cathedral
Detroit, MI
200
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ÌÜñéïò Ãéáííüðïõëïò
St. George Church
Albuquerque, NM
Rev. Protopresbyter Dean Gigicos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ôæéôæ¡éêïò
Holy Trinity Church
Maitland/Orlando, FL
Rev. Presbyter Bill C. Gikas
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò K. Ãêßêáò
Diocese of New Jersey
New Providence, NJ
Rev. Presbyter Matthew Gilbert
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ìáôèá¡éïò Gilbert
Prophet Elias Church
Holladay, UT
Rev. Protopresbyter James S. Gordon
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ó. Ãáñäïýíçò
Ascension of Our Lord Church
Lincolnshire, IL
Rev. Economos Anastasios A. Gounaris
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÁíáóôÜóéïò Ãïýíáñçò
Holy Trinity Church
Indianapolis, IN
Rev. Presbyter Alexander Goussetis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁëÝîáíäñïò ÃïõóÝôçò
Archangel Michael Church
Campbell, OH
Rev. Protopresbyter John Govostes
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ãêïâüóôçò
Assumption Church
Ipswich, MA
V. Rev. Archimandrite Nicholas T. Graff
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Íéêüëáïò ÃêñÜö
St. John the Divine Church
Jacksonville, FL
PRIESTS
Rev. Protopresbyter Emmanuel J. Gratsias
Rev. Presbyter Basil W. Hickman
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÅììáíïõÞë Ãñáôóßáò
Church of the Resurrection
Glen Cove, NY
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò Hickman
St. John the Baptist Church
Cedar Rapids, IA
Rev. Presbyter James Greanias
Rev. Presbyter Apostolos Hill
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò ÃñéÜíéáò
St. Iakovos Church
Valparaiso, IN
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áðüóôïëïò Hill
Assumption Cathedral
Denver, CO
Rev. Presbyter Elias T. Greer
Rev. Presbyter John D. Hill
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ Çëßáò ÃñéâÜêïò
St. Athanasios the Great Church
San Angelo, TX
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò ×ßëë
St. Andrew Church
Lubbock, TX
Rev. Economos Peter K. Gregory
Rev. Presbyter John S. Hondros
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ÐÝôñïò Ãñçãïñßïõ
Transfiguration of Our Saviour Church
Lowell, MA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò ×ïíäñüò
Assumption Church
Seattle, WA
Rev. Economos Michael C. Gulgas
Rev. Protopresbyter Dean C. Hountalas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ìé÷áÞë Ãêïýëãáò
St. Nicholas Church
Lorain, OH
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ×ïõíôÜëáò
Holy Cross Church
Farmington Hills, MI
H
V. Rev. Archimandrite Nicholas Hughes
Rev. Presbyter Cosmas J. Halekakis
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kïóì`áò ×áëéêÜêçò
Holy Taxiarchai - St. Haralambos Church
Niles, IL
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Íéêüëáïò Hughes
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Mansfield, OH
I
Rev. Economos Jerry F. Hall
Rev. Presbyter James I. Iliou
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ÃåñÜóéìïò ×þëë
Annunciation Church
Akron, OH
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò [ Çëéï`õ
Holy Trinity Church
Clearwater, FL
Rev. Presbyter Emmanuel I. Hatzidakis
Rev. Presbyter Patrick Irish
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÅììáíïõÞë ×áôæçäÜêçò
Glen Carbon, IL
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáôñßêéïò Irish
St. Nicholas Church
El Paso, TX
Rev. Presbyter Thomas Heath
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Èùì`áò Heath
Enfield, CT
J
Rev. Protopresbyter Benjamin Henderson
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Jacobse
Annunciation Church
Ft. Myers, FL
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Âåíéáìßí ×Ýíôåñóïí
Transfiguration Church
Sioux Falls, SD
Rev. Hieromonk Jesus E. Hernandez
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
[] Ïó. ] Éåñïìüíá÷ïò [ Éçóï`õò ×åñíÜíôåò
St. Jude Hispanic Orthodox Chapel
Miami, FL
V. Rev. Archimandrite John A. Heropoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò [ ÉùÜííçò ×áéñüðïõëïò
St. Paraskevi Church
Greenlawn, NY
Rev. Presbyter Johannes L. Jacobse
Rev. Presbyter Gregory R. Jensen
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãñçãüñéïò Jensen
St. George Church
Redding, CA
Rev. Presbyter Charles J. Joanides
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Å[õóôñÜôéïò [ Éùáííßäçò
St. Nicholas Church
Newburgh, NY
Rev. Deacon John L. Johns
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïí [ ÉùÜííçí [ ÉùÜííïõ
Brookline, MA
201
PRIESTS
Rev. Economos Michael B. Johnson
Rev. Presbyter Paul A. Kaplanis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ìé÷áÞë Johnson
Greek Orthodox Mission I-5/405
Kenmore, WA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ðá`õëïò KáðëÜíçò
Holy Trinity Church
Raleigh, NC
Rev. Economos Nicholas W. Jonas
V. Rev. Archimandrite Timothy Kapsalis
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Íéêüëáïò [ Éùí`áò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Palos Hills, IL
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Ôéìüèåïò KáøÜëçò
Holy Trinity Church
Lowell, MA
K
Rev. Protopresbyter John T. Karabatsos
Rev. Protopresbyter George P. Kalangis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Káëáíôæ`çò
St. Markella Church
Wantagh, NY
Rev. Economos Sotirios M. Kalavritinos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ÓùôÞñéïò Ì. Káëáâñõôéíüò
St. John The Baptist Church
Boston, MA
Rev. Presbyter Konstantinos Kalogridis
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Káëïãñßäçò
St. Demetrios Church
Jamaica, NY
Rev. Economos John N. Kalomas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÉùÜííçò Káëüìáëïò
Holy Cross Church
Justice, IL
Rev. Protopresbyter George C. Kaloudis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Káëïýäçò
Holy Trinity Church
Chicago, IL
Rev. Protopresbyter John N. Kaloudis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Káëïýäçò
Holy Trinity Cathedral
Salt Lake City, UT
Rev. Presbyter Michael Kamaritis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë Káìáñßôçò
St. George Church
Hollywood, FL
Rev. Protopresbyter Dimitrios Kanellopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Káíåëëüðïõëïò
St. Demetrios Church
Upper Darby, PA
Rev. Economos Demetri Kangelaris
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ÄçìÞôñéïò KáããåëÜñçò
Annunciation Church
Winston-Salem, NC
V. Rev. Archimandrite Demetri C. Kantzavelos
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ÄçìÞôñéïò KáíôæÜâåëïò
Diocese of Chicago
Chicago, IL
202
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò KáñáìðÜôóïò
St. Nicholas Church
Youngstown, OH
Rev. Presbyter James A. Karagas
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Káñáôæ`áò
St. Basil Academy
Garrison, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Demetrios Karalexis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò KáñáëÝîçò
Transfiguration Of Christ Church
Mattituck, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Philemon N. Karamanos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÖéëÞìùí KáñáìÜíïò
St. George Church
Southgate, MI
V. Rev. Archimandrite J. Gabriel Karambis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Ä. ÃáâñéÞë KáñÜìðçò
Annunciation Cathedral
Houston, TX
Rev. Presbyter Andrew Karamitos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíäñÝáò Káñáì`çôïò
Saint Sophia Church
Elgin, IL
Rev. Protopresbyter Kosmas Karavellas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kïóì`áò KáñáâÝëëáò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Annapolis, MD
Rev. Economos John Kariotakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÉùÜííçò KáñéùôÜêçò
St. Spyridon Church
San Diego, CA
Rev. Protopresbyter Alexander Karloutsos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁëÝîáíäñïò Káñëï`õôóïò
Kimisis Tis Theotokou Church
Southampton, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter C. Karloutsos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÐÝôñïò Káñëï`õôóïò
Assumption Church
Danbury, CT
PRIESTS
Rev. Economos Nicholas W. Kasemeotes
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Íéêüëáïò Káóóéìéþôçò
Holy Anargyroi/SS. Cosmas & Damianos Church
Rochester, MN
Rev. Economos Nicholas M. Kastanas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Íéêüëáïò Káóôáí`áò
St. Athanasius the Great Church
Arlington, MA
Rev. Protopresbyter Demetrios S. Katerlis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Káôåñë`çò
St. George Cathedral
Philadelphia, PA
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Óðõñßäùí Kå÷áãé`áò
St. John the Divine Church
Wheeling, WV
Rev. Protopresbyter Chris P. Kerhulas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñ`çóôïò Ð. Kåñ÷ïõë`áò
St. Basil Church
Chicago, IL
Rev. Presbyter Paul W. Keriotis
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ðá`õëïò Kçñéþôçò
Holy Trinity Cathedral
Camp Hill, PA
Rev. Presbyter John Ketchum
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Káôßíáò
Nashua, NH
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ketchum
St. John the Baptist Church
Des Plaines, IL
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas E. Katinas
Rev. Protopresbyter Spencer Kezios
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Káôßíáò
Holy Trinity Church
Dallas, TX
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Óðõñßäùí KÝæéïò
St. Nicholas Church
Northridge, CA
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter C. Katopis
V. Rev. Archimandrite Alexander I. Kile
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò Káôüðçò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Chicopee Falls, MA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò [ ÁëÝîáíäñïò Kßëå
St. Demetrios Church
Union, NJ
Rev. Protopresbyter Elias J. Katras
Rev. Protopresbyter John Kiramarios
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Çëßáò Káôñ`áò
Holy Trinity Church
Ambridge, PA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò KõñáìÜñéïò
Annunciation Church
Brockton, MA
Rev. Protopresbyter Ilia Katre
V. Rev. Archimandrite Frank M. Kirlangitis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Çëßáò KÜôñçò
St. John the Baptist Church
Las Vegas, NV
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Öñáãêïýëçò Kéñëáãêßôçò
St. Barbara Church
Sarasota, FL
Rev. Protopresbyter Demetrios Kavouras
Rev. Protopresbyter Basil G. Kissal
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò KÜâïõñáò
Holy Trinity Church
Port Charlotte, FL
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò Kßóóáò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Washington, DC
Rev. Economos Costas Keares
Rev. Presbyter Nicholas Klodnicki
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Kþóôáò Ð. KéÜñçò
Holy Trinity Cathedral
Camp Hill, PA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Këïäíßêé
Annunciation Church
Lincoln, NE
Rev. Protopresbyter John Kefalas
V. Rev. Archimandrite Nektarios Kogias
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò KåöÜëáò
St. John Church
Blue Point, NY
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ÍåêôÜñéïò Küãéáò
Evangelismos Church
Jersey City, NJ
Rev. Presbyter Demetrios N. Kehagias
Rev. Presbyter Andrew Kolitsos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Í. Kå÷áãé`áò
Annunciation Church
Montgomery, AL
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíäñÝáò Kïëßôóïò
St. John Church
Youngstown, OH
Rev. Economos Spiro W. Kehayes
Rev. Protopresbyter George D. Konstantopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Rev. Presbyter James S. Katinas
203
PRIESTS
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Kùíóôáíôüðïõëïò
St. Andrew Church
South Bend, IN
Rev. Deacon Euthym Kontaxis
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò Å[õèýìéïò KïíôÜîçò
St. George Church
Palm Desert, CA
V. Rev. Archimandrite Luke G. Kontgas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Ëïõê`áò KïôæáìðáóÜêçò
St. John the Baptist Church
Euless, TX
Rev. Protopresbyter Michael T. Kontogiorgis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë Kïíôïãéþñãçò
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese
New York, NY
Rev. Presbyter Christ Kontos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñ`çóôïò Küíôïò
St. Luke Church
Broomall, PA
Rev. Presbyter Michael H. Kontos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë Küíôïò
St. Andrew Church
Chicago, IL
Rev. Presbyter John B. Konugres
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Kïíïýãñçò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Vallejo, CA
Rev. Presbyter Gregory J. Koo
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãñçãüñéïò Koo
Annunciation Church
Sacramento, CA
Rev. Protopresbyter Petros Kopsahilis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÐÝôñïò Kïøá÷åßëçò
Diocese of Atlanta
Atlanta, GA
Rev. Presbyter James W. Kordaris
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò KïñäÜñçò
Archangel Michael Church
Roslyn Heights, NY
Rev. Presbyter Spyridon G. Korkos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Óðõñßäùí Küñêïò
St. Katherine Church
Melbourne, FL
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas E. Kossis
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Kþóóçò
St. Nicholas Church
Bethlehem, PA
Rev. Economos Konstantinos E. Kostaris
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Kùóôáñ`çò
St. John the Baptist Church
Tampa, FL
204
Rev. Presbyter John Kostas
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Kþóôáò
St. Mary's Church
Minneapolis, MN
Rev. Protopresbyter Anthony Kosturos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áíôþíéïò Kïóôï`õñïò
Holy Trinity Church
San Francisco, CA
V. Rev. Archimandrite Lukas Kotzakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Ëïõê`áò KïôæÜêçò
Holy Trinity Church
Rock Springs, WY
Rev. Deacon Elias Koucos
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò [ Çëßáò Kï`õêïò
Holy Trinity Cathedral
Salt Lake City, UT
Rev. Presbyter Andrew C. Koufopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíäñÝáò Kïõöüðïõëïò
St. Barbara Church
Durham, NC
V. Rev. Archimandrite Philip Koufos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Ößëéððïò Kï`õöïò
St. Nicholas Albanian Church
Chicago, IL
Rev. Presbyter Dean W. Kouldukis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Kïõëäïýêçò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Honolulu, HI
Rev. Economos Michael A. Kouremetis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ìé÷áÞë KïõñåìÝôçò
St. George Cathedral
Manchester, NH
V. Rev. Archimandrite Evangelos J. Kourounis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Å[õÜããåëïò Kïõñïýíçò
St. Demetrios Cathedral
Astoria, NY
Rev. Presbyter Anastasios Kousoulas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíáóôÜóéïò Kïõóïýëáò
SS. Peter and Paul Church
Frederick, MD
V. Rev. Archimandrite Paul K. Koutoukas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Ðá`õëïò Kïõôïõê`áò
St. George Church
Schenectady, NY
V. Rev. Archimandrite Iakovos Koutsakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò [ ÉÜêùâïò KïõôóÜêçò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Jackson Heights, NY
PRIESTS
Rev. Protopresbyter Nikolaos Kouvaris
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Kïýâáñçò
Holy Cross Church
Whitestone, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas Krommydas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Kñïììýäáò
St. Demetrios Church
Weston, MA
Rev. Presbyter John C. Kuehnle
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Kuehnle
St. Nicholas Church
Tacoma, WA
Rev. Deacon Kyriakos (Gary) Kyriacou
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò KõñéÜêïò KõñéÜêïõ
Ascension Cathedral
Oakland, CA
Rev. Protopresbyter Stephen Kyriacou
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Óôõëéáíüò KõñéÜêïõ
Annunciation Cathedral
San Francisco, CA
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese
New York, NY
Rev. Presbyter Alexander M. Leong
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁëÝîáíäñïò Leong
St. Nicholas Church
San Jose, CA
Rev. Presbyter George P. Liacopulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ëéáêüðïõëïò
Holy Trinity Church
Egg Harbor Township, NJ
Rev. Presbyter Stephen R. Lilley II
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÓôÝöáíïò Ëßëëõ
St. Catherine Church
Ithaca, NY
Rev. Presbyter Emmanuel N. Lillios
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÅììáíïõÞë Ëßëëéïò
Kimisis Tis Theotokou Church
Racine, WI
Rev. Protopresbyter Terry J. Linos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò KõñéáêÜêçò
Millersville, MD
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÅëåõèÝñéïò Ëéíüò
All Saints Church
Weirton, WV
Rev. Economos Peter C. Kyriakos
Rev. Economos Dennis Listerman-Vierling
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ðáíáãéþôçò KõñéÜêïò
Assumption Church
Manchester, NH
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Äéïíýóéïò Listerman-Vierling
Holy Mother of God Church
Tallahasse, FL
Rev. Presbyter Nicholas Kyritses
Rev. Economos George L. Livanos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Kõñßôóçò
St. John Church
Sterling Heights, MI
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ãåþñãéïò Ëéâáíüò
All Saints Church
Canonsburg, PA
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V. Rev. Archimandrite Cyril M. Loeb
Rev. Protopresbyter James J. Laliberte
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Kýñéëëïò Loeb
St. Demetrios Church
Camarillo, CA
Rev. Protopresbyter James Kyriakakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉÜêùâïò ËáëéìðåñôÝ
St. George Church
Media, PA
Rev. Presbyter John K. Lardas
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò ËÜñäáò
St. Nicholas Shrine Church
Flushing, NY
Rev. Economos Patric Legato
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ðáó÷Üëéïò ËåãÜôï
Saint Sophia Church
Albany, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Alexander G. Leondis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁëÝîáíäñïò Ëåïíô`çò
Diocese of New Jersey
New Providence, NJ
Rev. Economos Mark A. Leondis
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ì`áñêïò Ëåïíô`çò
Rev. Economos John Loejos
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ëïúæïò
Lakewood, OH
Rev. Economos Demetrios A. Lokis
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ëüêçò
St. Nicholas Shrine Church
Flushing, NY
Rev. Deacon Demetrios Loupos
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ëï`õðïò
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Rev. Presbyter Dumitru Macaila
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Macaila
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Swansea, IL
205
PRIESTS
Rev. Protopresbyter Andrew Maginas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíäñÝáò Ìáããßíáò
St. Catherine Church
West Palm Beach, FL
Rev. Protopresbyter Jon E. Magoulias
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ìáãïõëé`áò
Annunciation Church
Modesto, CA
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas J. Magoulias
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Ìáãïõëé`áò
St. Paul Cathedral
Hempstead, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Andrew H. Mahalares
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíäñÝáò Ìé÷áëáñÝáò
St. Nicholas Church
Lexington, MA
Rev. Protopresbyter John G. Maheras
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ìá÷áßñáò
Nativity-Assumption Church
Cohasset, MA
Rev. Presbyter Christopher P. Makiej
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñéóôüöïñïò Makiej
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Andover, MA
Rev. Economos Constantine E. Makrinos
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ìáêñéíüò
St. George Church
Southgate, MI
V. Rev. Archimandrite Gerasimos Makris
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ÃåñÜóéìïò Ìáêñ`çò
Hellenic College/Holy Cross
Brookline, MA
Rev. Protopresbyter Panagiotis Malamis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò Ìáëáì`çò
St. Demetrios Church
Elmhurst, IL
V. Rev. Archimandrite Stavroforos Mamaies
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Óôáõñïöüñïò ÌáìÜçò
St. Sophia Cathedral
Miami, FL
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine Mangos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÌÜããïò
Baldwin, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Chrysostom Maniudakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñõóüóôïìïò ÌáíéïõäÜêçò
St. George Cathedral
Hartford, CT
Rev. Economos Nicholas G. Manousakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
206
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Íéêüëáïò ÌáíïõóÜêçò
St Demetrios Church
Daytona Beach, FL
Rev. Presbyter Emmanuel E. Mantzouris
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÅììáíïõÞë ÌáíôæïõñÜíçò
St. Basil Church
Troy, NY
Rev. Deacon John L. Manuel
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ìáíùë`áò
SS. Constantine & Helen Cathedral
Richmond, VA
Rev. Economos Frank Marangos
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Öñáãê¡éóêïò Ìáñáãêüò
Religious Education
Brookline, MA
Rev. Economos Chris A. Margaritis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ×ñ`çóôïò Ìáñãáñßôçò
St. John the Baptist Church
Omaha, NE
Rev. Presbyter Dionisios Marketos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Äéïíýóéïò ÌáñêÝôïò
St. Fanourios Church
Elizabeth, NJ
Rev. Presbyter Andreas Markopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíäñÝáò Ìáñêüðïõëïò
St. Catherine Church
Quincy, MA
Rev. Deacon Gerasimos N. Markopoulos
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò ÃåñÜóéìïò Ìáñêüðïõëïò
Assumption Church
Seattle, WA
V. Rev. Archimandrite Ierotheos Markopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ] Éåñüèåïò Ìáñêüðïõëïò
SS. Anargyroi Church
New York City, NY
V. Rev. Archimandrite Kyrillos Markopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Kýñéëëïò Ìáñêüðïõëïò
St. Demetrios Church
Jersey City, NJ
Rev. Protopresbyter George C. Massouras
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ìáóóïýñáò
Assumption Church
Chicago, IL
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine Mathews
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÌÜèéïõò
Annunciation Church
Stamford, CT
Rev. Protopresbyter George Matsis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÌÜôóçò
Assumption Church
Port Jefferson, NY
PRIESTS
Rev. Economos Joel L. McEachen
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Joel McEachen
Holy Trinity Church
Ansonia, CT
Rev. Presbyter Konstantine Mendrinos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ìåíäñéíüò
St. Basil Church
San Jose, CA
Rev. Presbyter Stylianos Menis
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Óôõëéáíüò Ìåí`çò
Diocese of Detroit
Detroit, MI
V. Rev. Archimandrite Constantine T. Mersinas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ìåñóéí`áò
SS. Markella & Demetrios Church
Ft. Walton Beach, FL
Rev. Economos Aris P. Metrakos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ Áñéóôåßäçò ÌçôñÜêïò
Holy Trinity Church
Columbia, SC
Rev. Presbyter Adam Metropoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁäáìÜíôéïò Ìçôñüðïõëïò
St. George Church
Bangor, ME
Rev. Protopresbyter Christopher T. Metropulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñéóôüöïñïò Ìçôñüðïõëïò
St. Demetrios Church
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Rev. Economos Angelo J. Michaels
Dormition of the Theotokos Church
Greensboro, NC
Rev. Economos Frank A. Milanese
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Öþôéïò Milanese
St. George Church
Huntington, WV
Rev. Protopresbyter Nick A. Milas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Á. Ìßëáò
Holy Trinity Church
Danielson, CT
Rev. Protopresbyter Nick G. Milatos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò ÌéëÜôïò
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church
Long Beach, CA
Rev. Economos R. Joseph Mirowski
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÉùóÞö Ìirowski
Transfiguration of our Lord Church
Mason City, IA
Rev. Protopresbyter Andrew Missiras
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíäñÝáò Ìéóõñ`áò
Linwood, NJ
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine M. Monios
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ìïíéüò
Annunciation Cathedral
Baltimore, MD
V. Rev. Archimadrite Jeremiah Monios
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ] Éåñåìßáò Ìïíéüò
Yonkers, NY
Rev. Presbyter Michael Monos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò { Áããåëïò Ìé÷áëéüò
St. Demetrios Church
Perth Amboy, NJ
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë Ìüíïò
St. Elizabeth Church
Gainesville, FL
Rev. Archdeacon Gerasimos Michaleas
Rev. Presbyter Dimitrios Moraitis
] Éåñïë. [ Añ÷éäéÜêïíïò ÃåñÜóéìïò Ìé÷áëÝáò
Hellenic College/Holy Cross
Brookline, MA
Rev. Economos Michael Michalopulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ìé÷áÞë Ìé÷áëüðïõëïò
Annunciation Church
Vestal, NY
Rev. Deacon Athanasios Michalos
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò [ ÁèáíÜóéïò Ìß÷áëïò
Diocese of Detroit
Detroit, MI
Rev. Protopresbyter Dennis Michelis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Äéïíýóéïò Ìé÷åë`çò
St. Demetrios Church
Warren, OH
Rev. Presbyter Vasile Mihai
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò Mihai
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò ÌùñáÀôçò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Fayetteville, NC
Rev. Presbyter Constantine Moralis
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
] Ïó. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÌùñÜëçò
Annunciation Cathedral
Baltimore, MD
Rev. Deacon Nektarios Morrow
] Iåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò ÍåêôÜñéïò Morrow
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese
New York, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Anthony Moschonas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áíôþíéïò Ìïó÷ïí`áò
St. Demetrios Church
Tucson, AZ
V. Rev. Archimandrite Maximos C. Moses
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ÌÜîéìïò Ìùûó`çò
Washington, DC
207
PRIESTS
Rev. Protopresbyter James G. Moskovites
Rev. Presbyter Nicholas F. Nichols
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ìïó÷ïâßôçò
Annunciation Church
New York City, NY
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò ÍéêïëÜêçò
Assumption Church
Louisville, KY
Rev. Protopresbyter James C. Moulketis
Rev. Deacon Markos Achilles Nickolas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò ÌïõëêÝôçò
St. Nicholas Church
Wyckoff, NJ
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò ÌÜñêïò Á. ÍéêïëÜïõ
Brookline, MA
Rev. Presbyter Stylianos Muksuris
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Óôõëéáíüò Ìïõîïýñçò
Annunciation Church
Kalamazoo, MI
Rev. Protopresbyter Efstathios V. Mylonas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Å[õóôÜèéïò Ìõëùí`áò
St. Anthony Church
Pasadena, CA
N
Rev. Protopresbyter Theofanis V. Nacopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÈåïöÜíçò Íáêüðïõëïò
Koimisis Tis Theotokou Church
Erie, PA
Rev. Deacon Chrysostomos (Ioannis) Nassis
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò ×ñõóüóôïìïò ÍÜóóçò
Elmwood, IL
Rev. Economos Constantine J. Nastos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÍÜóôïò
Annunciation Church
Dayton, OH
Rev. Presbyter Demetrius G. Nicoloudakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò ÍéêïëïõäÜêçò
St. Matthew Church
Reading, PA
Rev. Presbyter George Nikas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Íßêáò
St. Barbara Church
Toms River, NJ
Rev. Economos Prokopios Nikas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ðñïêüðéïò Íßêáò
Evangelismos Church
Philadelphia, PA
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas I. Nikokavouras
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò ÍéêïêÜâïõñáò
Annunciation Cathedral
Chicago, IL
Rev. Economos Louis J. Noplos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ Çëßáò Kùíóôáíôüðïõëïò
St. Demetrios Church
Baltimore, MD
O
Rev. Protopresbyter Steven P. Natsis
Rev. Presbyter Demetrios Orfanakos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Óôá`õñïò ÍÜôóçò
Holy Trinity Church
Waterbury, CT
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò [ ÏñöáíÜêïò
Commack, NY
Rev. Presbyter George F. Nayfa
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Íayfa
St. Nicholas Church
Spartanburg, SC
Rev. Presbyter Constantine Newman
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Íewman
Annunciation Church
Dover, NH
V. Rev. Archimandrite Makarios J. Niakaros
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ÌáêÜñéïò ÍéÜêáñïò
Holy Apostles / SS. Peter & Paul Church
Haverhill, MA
Rev. Hieromonk Gabriel Nicholas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
] Ïó. ] Éåñïìüíá÷ïò ÃáâñéÞë Íéêüëáïò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Cheyenne, WY
208
Rev. Economos George T. Orfanakos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ãåþñãéïò [ ÏñöáíÜêïò
St. George Church
Clifton, NJ
Rev. Protopresbyter John P. Orfanakos
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò [ ÏñöáíÜêïò
St. George Church
Clifton, NJ
Rev. Economos Peter J. Orfanakos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ðáíáãéþôçò [ ÏñöáíÜêïò
St. Barbara Church
Orange, CT
P
Rev. Protopresbyter Leon A. Pachis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ëåùíßäáò Ðá÷ýãéáííçò
Annunciation of the Virgin Mary Church
New Kensington, PA
PRIESTS
Rev. Deacon Mark Pakes
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò ÌÜñêïò ÐÜêçò
Holy Trinity Church
Dallas, TX
Rev. Protopresbyter Dean N. Paleologos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ðáëáéïëüãïò
St. Spyridon Cathedral
Worcester, MA
Rev. Protopresbyter Paul C. Palesty
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðá`õëïò ÐáëÝóôçò
St. Nicholas Shrine Church
Flushing, NY
Rev. Economos Nicholas T. Palis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Íéêüëáïò Ðáëçïýñáò
Kimisis Tis Theotokou Church
Aliquippa, PA
Rev. Presbyter Michael T. Pallad
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë ÐáëëÜäéïò
St. Haralambos Church
Peoria, AZ
Rev. Economos John Panagiotou
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ðáíáãéþôïõ
Diocese of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA
Rev. Presbyter Dean A. Panagos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÐáíÜãïò
Annunciation Cathedral
Boston, MA
Rev. Economos Apostolos P. Panos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ Áðüóôïëïò Ðáíáãüðïõëïò
St. Athanasios Church
Paramus, NJ
Rev. Hieromonk Joachim Pantelis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. ] Éåñïìüíá÷ïò [ Éùáêåßì Ðáíôåë`çò
St. Spyridon Church
Monessen, PA
Rev. Presbyter Paul N. Pantelis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ðá`õëïò Ðáíôåë`çò
Holy Trinity Church
Norwich, CT
Rev. Protopresbyter Theodore Pantels
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôoðñåóâýôåñïò Èåüäùñïò Ðáíôåëüðïõëïò
St. Nectarios Church
Covina, CA
Rev. Protopresbyter George C. Papademetriou
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ðáðáäüðïõëïò
St. Evangelismos Church
Easton, PA
Rev. Presbyter Haralambos (Harry) Papadopoulos
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ×áñÜëáìðïò Ðáðáäüðïõëïò
Holy Trinity Cathedral
Charlotte, NC
Rev. Deacon Panteleimon Papadopoulos
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò ÐáíôåëåÞìùí Ðáðáäüðïõëïò
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese
New York, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Menelaos Papageorgiou
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÌåíÝëáïò Ðáðáãåùñãßïõ
Zoodochos Peghe Church
Martins Ferry, OH
Rev. Protopresbyter Panayiotis Papageorgiou
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò Ðáðáãåùñãßïõ
St. George Church
New Port Richey, FL
Rev. Protopresbyter Alexander M. Papagikos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁëÝîáíäñïò Ðáðáôæßêïò
Annunciation Cathedral
Columbus, OH
Rev. Protopresbyter Byron S. Papanikolaou
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Âýñùí Ó. ÐáðáíéêïëÜïõ
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Palos Hills, IL
Rev. Economos Peter E. Papanikolaou
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ðáíáãéþôçò ÐáðáíéêïëÜïõ
Holy Trinity Church
Roanoke, VA
Rev. Economos Nicholas C. Papedo
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Íéêüëáïò Ðáðáêùíóôáíôßíïõ
Holy Trinity Cathedral
Phoenix, AZ
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter N. Pappademetriou
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò Ðáðáäçìçôñßïõ
Holy Trinity Church
Fond Du Lac, WI
Rev. Presbyter Constantine C. Pappademos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò K. Ðáðáä`çìïò
St. Katherine Church
Elk Grove, CA
Rev. Economos Thomas L. Pappalas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ðáðáäçìçôñßïõ
Hellenic College/Holy Cross
Brookline, MA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Èùì`áò Ðáððáë`áò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Reading, PA
Rev. Presbyter Constantine Papadopoulos
Rev. Economos Angelo C. Pappas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Å[õÜããåëïò Ðáðáèáíáóßïõ
209
PRIESTS
St. Nicholas Church
Portsmouth, NH
Ascension Cathedral
Oakland, CA
Rev. Protopresbyter Anthony N. Pappas
V. Rev. Archimandrite Andonios M. Paropoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áíôþíéïò Ðáðáäüðïõëïò
St. George Church
Piscataway, NJ
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò [ Áíôþíéïò Ðáñüðïõëïò
St. Michael's Home
Yonkers, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Christos Pappas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôñïò Ãåþñãéïò K. Ðáóóé`áò
Holy Cross Church
Brooklyn, NY
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñ¡éóôïò ÐáððÜò
Ascension Church
Fairview, NJ
Rev. Presbyter Dimitrios A. Pappas
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Á. ÐÜððáò
St. Demetrios Church
Seattle, WA
V. Rev. Archimandrite Eugene N. Pappas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éì. Å[õãÝíéïò ÐáðáãéáííÜêïò
Three Hierarchs Church
Brooklyn, NY
Rev. Presbyter Harry Pappas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áñéóôåßäçò Ðáðáãåùñãßïõ
St. Mary's Church
Minneapolis, MN
Rev. Presbyter James C. Pappas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò ÐáíáãéùôÜñïò
St. George Church
Fresno, CA
Rev. Presbyter Michael G. Pappas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë Ðáðáìé÷áëüðïõëïò
St. Basil Church
Stockton, CA
Rev. Presbyter Peter J. Pappas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò [ É. Ðáðáäüðïõëïò
Assumption Church
East Moline, IL
Rev. Economos Douglas P. Papulis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Äéïíýóéïò Ðáðïýëçò
St. Nicholas Church
St. Louis, MO
Rev. Presbyter James T. Paris
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò È. ÐáóðáëéÜñçò
St. George Church
Bethesda, MD
Rev. Presbyter Paul T. Paris
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ðá`õëïò ÐáóðáëéÜñçò
Saint Sophia Cathedral
Los Angeles, CA
Rev. Protopresbyter Thomas J. Paris
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíáóôÜóéïò ÐáóðáëéÜñçò
210
Rev. Protopresbyter George G. Passias
Rev. Protopresbyter Michael Pastrikos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë Ðáóôñéêüò
St. Haralambos Church
Canton, OH
Rev. Economos Nicholas Pastrikos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Íéêüëáïò Ðáóôñéêüò
Kimisis Tis Theotokou Church
Poughkeepsie, NY
Rev. Economos Nicholas Pathenos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Íéêüëáïò Ðáèçíüò
St. George Church
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Rev. Presbyter George N. Patides
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ðáôßäçò
St. Stefanos Church
St. Petersburg, FL
Rev. Economos Paul A. Patitsas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ðá`õëïò Ðáôßôóá
St. Demetrios Church
Rocky River, OH
Rev. Protopresbyter John H. Paul
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ðáýëïõ
St. Nicholas Church
Ann Arbor, MI
Rev. Protopresbyter George I. Paulson
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ðáõëüãëïõ
St. Nicholas Church
Virginia Beach, VA
Rev. Protopresbyter Constandinos A. Pavlakos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÐáõëÜêïò
Assumption Cathedral
Denver, CO
Rev. Presbyter Timothy B. Pavlatos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ôéìüèåïò ÐáõëÜôïò
St. George Church
Eugene, OR
Rev. Presbyter James Pavlow
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ðáýëïõ
PRIESTS
St. Sophia, SS. Faith, Hope & Agape Church
Jeffersonville, PA
Rev. Presbyter Brendan (Brant) Pelphrey
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Brendan Pelphrey
Annunciation Cathedral
Houston, TX
V. Rev. Archimandrite Vasilios Penteridis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Âáóßëåéïò Ðåíôåñßäçò
St. George Church
Ocean City, MD
Rev. Presbyter Evangelos S. Pepps
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÅõÜããåëïò Ðáðáêùíóôáíôßíïõ
Sioux City, IA
Rev. Protopresbyter Michael S. Petrides
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë Ðåôñßäçò
Assumption Church of the Blessed Virgin
Springfield, OH
Rev. Presbyter Theodore Petrides
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Èåüäùñïò Ðåôñßäçò
Holy Cross Church
Stroudsburg, PA
Rev. Presbyter Kosta M. Petrogeorge
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÐåôñïãåùñãÜêçò
St. Nicholas Church
Bethlehem, PA
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas P. Petropoulakos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò ÐåôñïðïõëÜêïò
Holy Trinity-St. Nicholas Church
Staten Island, NY
Rev. Deacon Theodore Petrutiu
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas J. Pilavas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Ðéëáâ`áò
Prophet Elias Church
Yonkers, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Tom (Athas) J. Pistolis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁèáíÜóéïò Ðéóôéüëçò
St. George Cathedral
Greenville, SC
Rev. Economos Michael A. Platanis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ìé÷áÞë ÐëáôÜíçò
St. George Church
Knoxville, TN
Rev. Economos Charalambos Politis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ×áñÜëáìðïò Ðïëßôçò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Webster, MA
Rev. Presbyter George S. Politis
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ðïëßôçò
Holy Trinity Cathedral
Salt Lake City, UT
Rev. Presbyter Michael C. Poplos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë Ðüðëïò
Annunciation Church
McKeesport/White Oak Boro, PA
Rev. Economos Theodore Poteres
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Èåüäùñïò ÐïôÞñçò
SS. Constantine & Helen Cathedral
Merrillville, IN
Rev. Protopresbyter George Poulos
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò Èåüäùñïò Petrutiu
Diocese of Detroit
Detroit, MI
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Äçìçôñáêüðïõëïò
Archangels Church
Stamford, CT
Rev. Hieromonk Kallinikos J. Petsas
V. Rev. Archimandrite Seraphim P. Poulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
] Ïó. ] Iåñïìüíá÷ïò Káëëßíéêïò ÐÝôóáò
Assumption Church
Pocatello, ID
Rev. Protopresbyter George E. Philippas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ößëéððáò
Assumption Church
Hegewisch, IL
Rev. Protopresbyter Theodore Phillips
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Èåüäùñïò Öéëéððáêüðïõëïò
St. Constantine & Helen Church
Cardiff-By-The-Sea, CA
Rev. Presbyter Constantine Photos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Öùôüðïõëïò
St. George Church
Rock Island, IL
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Óåñáöåßì Ðï`õëïò
St. Elias the Prophet Church
Santa Fe, NM
Rev. Protopresbyter George Prassas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ðñáóó`áò
Holy Trinity Church
Binghamton, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Emmanuel Pratsinakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÅììáíïõÞë ÐñáôóéíÜêçò
St. Thomas Church
Cherry Hill, NJ
Rev. Presbyter Alexander Prodes
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁëÝîáíäñïò Ðñùúäçò
St. Nicholas Church
Oak Lawn, IL
211
PRIESTS
Rev. Presbyter Harry G. Providakis
Rev. Protopresbyter Martin Ritsi
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ×áñÜëáìðïò ÐñïâéäÜêçò
St. Vasilios Church
Peabody, MA
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ìáñô¡éíïò Ñßôóé
St. Augustine, FL
Rev. Presbyter George Pyle
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ðõëéþôçò
Three Hierarchs Church
Champaign, IL
R
Rev. Presbyter Aurel Radulescu
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Aurel Radulescu
SS. Constantine & Helen Romanian Church
Astoria, NY
Rev. Presbyter R. Nicholas Rafael II
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Ñáöáçëßäçò
St. Nicholas Church
Newark, NJ
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas Rafael Sr.
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Ñáöáçëßäçò
St. Nicholas Church
Jamestown, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter John Rallis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò ÑÜëëçò
St. John the Baptist Church
Des Plaines, IL
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter G. Rizos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò Ñßæïò
St. Nicholas Church
Manchester, NH
Rev. Presbyter Timothy Robinson
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ôéìüèåïò Robinson
St. Paul Church
Irvine, CA
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine P. Rogakos
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÑïãêÜêïò
Annunciation Cathedral
Norfolk, VA
Rev. Presbyter John J. Roll
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ñüëë
St. John the Baptist Church
Salinas, CA
Rev. Presbyter John Romas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ñáìðáïýíçò
St. Nicholas Church
New York, NY
Rev. Presbyter Gregory E. Roth
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãñçãüñéïò Roth
Spokane, WA
V. Rev. Archimandrite Polycarp Rameas
Rev. Protopresbyter James Rousakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Ðïëýêáñðïò ÑáìÝáò
Dormition of the Theotokos Church
Oakmont, PA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò ÑïõóÜêçò
Holy Trinity Church
Clearwater, FL
Rev. Presbyter Anastasios Raptis
Rev. Presbyter Soterios Rousakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíáóôÜóéïò ÑÜðôçò
St. Basil the Great Church
Houston, TX
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÓùôÞñéïò ÑïõóÜêçò
Holy Trinity-Holy Cross Cathedral
Birmingham, AL
Rev. Deacon Timothy Read
Rev. Presbyter Stavros Rousos
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò Ôéìüèåïò Read
St. Silouan Athonite Mission
Walla Walla, WA
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Óôá`õñïò Ñï`õóïò
Milford, CT
Rev. Protopresbyter Demetrios A. Recachinas
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Ìé÷áÞë Rymer
Stockton, CA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ñåêáôóßíáò
Holy Trinity Church
Bridgeport, CT
Rev. Presbyter James Retelas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉÜêùâïò Ñçôåë`áò
Holy Trinity Church
Portland, OR
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas Retselas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Ñåôóåë`áò
Kimisis Tis Theotokos Church
Island Park, NY
212
V. Rev. Archimandrite Michael H. Rymer
S
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter G. Salmas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò ÓÜëìáò
Holy Cross Church
Belmont, CA
Rev. Presbyter Anthony Salzman
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áíôþíéïò Salzman
St. Philothea Church
Athens, GA
PRIESTS
Rev. Presbyter Nicholas K. Samaras
V. Rev. Archimandrite Nektarios Serfes
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò ÓáìÜñáò
St. Michael the Archangel Church
Lecanto, FL
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ÍåêôÜñéïò ÓÝñöåò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Boise, ID
Rev. Presbyter Konstantinos Sarantidis
Rev. Protopresbyter Sarantos Serviou
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Óáñáíôßäçò
Holy Trinity Church
Portland, ME
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÓáñÜíôïò Óåñâßïõ
St. Nicholas Cathedral
Pittsburgh, PA
Rev. Presbyter John N. Sardis
Rev. Economos Philemon Sevastiades
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò ÓÜñäçò
St. Demetrios Church
Waukegan, IL
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ÖéëÞìùí ÓåâáóôéÜäçò
The Twelve Holy Apostles Church
Duluth, MN
Rev. Economos Kyriakos V. Saravelas
Rev. Presbyter Stephanos Shagoury
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò KõñéÜêïò ÓáñáâÝëáò
Annunciation Church
Newburyport, MA
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÓôÝöáíïò Shagoury
Bayside, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Charles P. Sarelis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Å[õóôñÜôéïò ÓáñÝëëçò
Annunciation Church
Kansas City, MO
Rev. Presbyter N. Anthony Savas
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áíôþíéïò ÓÜââáò
Holy Trinity Church
Dallas, TX
Rev. Protopresbyter George P. Savas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÓÜââáò
Assumption Church
St. Clair Shores, MI
Rev. Presbyter C. Paul Schroeder
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ðá`õëïò Schroeder
Diocese of San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
Rev. Presbyter Dennis Schutte
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Äéïíýóéïò Schutte
Archangel Michael Church
Colorado Springs, CO
Rev. Presbyter Andrew Scordalakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíäñÝáò ÓêïñäáëÜêçò
Annunciation Church
Pensacola, FL
Rev. Protopresbyter Elias C. Scoulas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Çëßáò Óêïõë`áò
Holy Trinity Church
Bluff City, TN
Rev. Protopresbyter David Sedor
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Äáõßä Sedor
Holy Trinity Church
Altoona, PA
Rev. Presbyter David Shaw
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Äáõßä Shaw
St. John Church
Charleston, WV
Rev. Economos Theodore Sideris
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Èåüäùñïò ÓéäÝñçò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
West Nyack, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Anatol Siegen
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Anatol Siegen
St. John of Kronstandt Church
Cleveland, OH
Rev. Presbyter Brian Mark Sietsema
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÌÜñêïò Sietsema
Holy Trinity Church
Lansing, MI
Rev. Presbyter Constantine Simeonides
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Óõìåùíßäçò
St. Nicholas Cathedral
Tarpon Springs, FL
Rev. Protopresbyter Demetrios Simeonidis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Óõìåùíßäçò
St. Paul Church
North Royalton, OH
Rev. Protopresbyter Charles J. Simones
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Óéìþíçò
Saint Sophia Church
New London, CT
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine L. Sitaras
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Óéôáñ`áò
St. Basil Academy
Garrison, NY
Rev. Presbyter Michael N. Sitaras
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë Óéôáñ`áò
213
PRIESTS
St. Andrew Church
Miami, FL
Holy Trinity Church
Hicksville, NY
Rev. Presbyter Stelios Sitaras
Rev. Economos John Stavropoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Óôõëéáíüò Óéôáñ`áò
St. Nicholas Church
Corpus Christi, TX
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÉùÜííçò Óôáõñüðïõëïò
Holy Trinity Church
Canton, OH
V. Rev. Archimandrite Sebastian Skordallos
Rev. Presbyter Michael T. Stearns
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Óåâáóôéáíüò Óêïñäáëëüò
Holy Transfiguration Church
Marietta, GA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë Stearns
St. George Church
Pittsfield, MA
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas Soteropoulos
Rev. Protopresbyter Robert G. Stephanopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Óùôçñüðïõëïò
St. Demetrios Church
Jamaica, NY
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ×áñÜëáìðïò Óôåöáíüðïõëïò
Holy Trinity Cathedral
New York, NY
Rev. Economos Peter Souritzidis
V. Rev. Archimandrite Eusebius Stephanou
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Oœéêïíüìïò ÐÝôñïò Óïõñéôæßäçò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Orange, NJ
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Å[õóÝâéïò ÐáðáóôåöÜíïõ
Destin, FL
Rev. Deacon Mark Spero
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò Ì`áñêïò Óðýñïõ
SS. Peter & Paul Church
Boulder, CO
Rev. Presbyter Peter J. Spiro
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÐÝôñïò Óðõñüðïõëïò
Holy Apostles Church
Westchester, IL
Rev. Presbyter Christopher H. Stamas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñéóôüöïñïò ÓôÜìáò
St. George Cathedral
Springfield, MA
Rev. Presbyter George P. Stamison
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò P. Stamison
Assumption Church
Bayard, NE
Rev. Presbyter Marin State
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ìáñßí State
St. Demetrios Church
Concord, CA
Rev. Economos James Stathakios
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Óôáèáêéüò
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
Westland, MI
Rev. Economos Anargyros C. Stavropoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÁíÜñãõñïò Óôáõñüðïõëïò
St. Spyridon Church
Palos Heights, IL
Rev. Protopresbyter George E. Stavropoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Óôáõñüðïõëïò
214
Rev. Hieromonk Polykarpos Steve
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
] Ïó. ] Éåñïìüíá÷ïò Ðïëýêáñðïò Óôáõñçíüò
St. Demetrios Church
Rocky River, OH
Rev. Economos Anthony Stratis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò[ Áíôþíéïò Óôñáô`çò
Holy Trinity Cathedral
New Orleans, LA
Rev. Presbyter Peter Stratos
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÐÝôñïò ÓôñÜôïò
St. Nicholas Church
Northridge, CA
V. Rev. Archimandrite Cleopas M. Strongylis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Këåüðáò Óôñïããýëçò
Transfiguration Church
Corona, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Dennis P. Strouzas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Äéïíýóéïò Óôñïýæáò
Archangel Michael Church
Roslyn Heights, NY
Rev. Presbyter Joseph J. Strzelecki
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùóÞö Strzelecki
Assumption Church
Town & Country, MO
Rev. Protopresbyter Theodore G. Stylianopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Èåüäùñïò Óôõëéáíüðïõëïò
St. George Church
Keene, NH
Rev. Economos Danut Suciu
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Danut Suciu
Transfiguration Church
Ogden, UT
PRIESTS
Rev. Deacon John Suhayda
Rev. Presbyter Theodore N. Toppses
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò [ ÉùÜííçò Suhayda
Holy Taxiarchai - St. Haralambos Church
Niles, IL
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Èåüäùñïò Ôüøçò
Holy Trinity Church
Lewiston, ME
Rev. Presbyter Stephen Q. Supica
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÓôÝöáíïò Supica
Holy Trinity Church
Spokane, WA
T
Rev. Presbyter Christopher Talleos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñ`çóôïò ÔÜëëéïò
Holy Cross Church
Middletown, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter Jerry Tasikas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áñãýñéïò Ôáóßêáò
Annunciation Church
Rochester, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter John Tavlarides
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ôáõëáñßäçò
Saint Sophia Cathedral
Washington, DC
Rev. Presbyter Constantine J. Terss
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ôåñæüðïõëïò
Artemidos 3
162 31 Byronas
Athens, GREECE
Rev. Presbyter John Theodosion
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Èåïäïóßïõ
St. George Church
Piscataway, NJ
Rev. Presbyter Nikitas Theodosion
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÍéêÞôáò Èåïäïóßïõ
Holy Trinity Church
St. Augustine, FL
Rev. Protopresbyter Theoharis G. Theoharis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Èåï÷Üñçò Èåï÷Üñïõò
Transfiguration Church
Florence, SC
Rev. Protopresbyter Tryfon C. Theophilopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ôñýöùí Èåïöéëüðïõëïò
St. Nicholas Cathedral
Tarpon Springs, FL
Rev. Presbyter Stephen P. Theophilos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Óôá`õñïò Èåïöéëüðïõëïò
The Nativity of the Theotokos Church
Fredericksburg, VA
Rev. Presbyter Demetrios E. Tonias
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ç. Ôüíéáò
Holy Trinity Church
Fort Wayne, IN
Rev. Economos John N. Touloumes
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ôïõëïýìçò
Holy Trinity Church
Pittsburgh, PA
V. Rev. Archimandrite John Travis
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò [ ÉùÜííçò ÔñÜâçò
San Antonio, TX
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas C. Triantafilou
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Ôñéáíôáöýëëïõ
Hellenic College/Holy Cross
Brookline, MA
Rev. Protopresbyter Ted T. Trifon
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Èåüäùñïò Ôñõöùíüðïõëïò
SS. Constantine and Helen Church
Wauwatosa, WI
Rev. Deacon Athanasios Tsagalakis
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò [ ÁèáíÜóéïò ÔóáíãêáëÜêçò
Greek Orthodox Mission I-5/405
Kenmore, WA
Rev. Presbyter George Tsahakis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ôóá÷Üêçò
Holy Trinity Church
Charleston, SC
Rev. Presbyter John Tsaras
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò ÔóÜñáò
St. George Church
Oklahoma City, OK
Rev. Protopresbyter Thomas Tsevas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Èùì`áò Ôóåâ`áò
St. George Church
Trenton, NJ
Rev. Presbyter Steven P. Tsichlis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Óôá`õñïò Ôóé÷ë`çò
St. Paul Church
Irvine, CA
Rev. Presbyter Demetrios Tsigas
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ôóßããáò
Holy Trinity Church
Portland, OR
Rev. Protopresbyter Konstantine D. Tsigas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ôóßããáò
St. Andrew Church
Randolph, NJ
Rev. Economos Theodore Tsitsilianos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Èåüäùñïò ÔóéôóéëéÜíïò
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St. Nicholas Church
Waco, TX
Rev. Protopresbyter George D. Tsoukalas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÔóïõêáëÜò
St. George Church
Lynn, MA
Rev. Presbyter James Tsoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ôóï`õëïò
St. George Church
Dekalb, IL
Rev. Economos Anthony G. Tzortzis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ Áíôþíéïò Ôæþñôæçò
St. Anthony Church
Springfield, IL
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Rev. Protopresbyter Luke R. Uhl
Rev. Economos Elias Velonis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Çëßáò Âåëüíçò
St. Luke Church
East Longmeadow, MA
Rev. Presbyter Nicholas J. Verdaris
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò ÂåñäÜñçò
Annunciation Church
Little Rock, AR
Rev. Protopresbyter Alexander Veronis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁëÝîáíäñïò Âñõþíçò
Annunciation Church
Lancaster, PA
Rev. Presbyter Luke A. Veronis
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ëïõê`áò Âñõþíçò
Lancaster, PA
Rev. Presbyter Elias Villis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ëïõê`áò Ñ. Uhl
Diocese of Denver
Denver, CO
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ Çëßáò Âßëëçò
Church of Our Saviour
Rye, NY
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Rev. Presbyter Patrick Viscuso
Rev. Protopresbyter Theodore J. Vaggalis
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáôñßêéïò Viscuso
Chantilly, VA
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Èåüäùñïò ÂÜããáëçò
Annunciation Church
Decatur, IL
Rev. Protopresbyter Christos J. Vagias
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñ`çóôïò ÂÜãéáò
St. George Church
Chicago, IL
Rev. Presbyter Constantine Valantasis
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÂáëáíôÜóçò
St. Nicholas Church
Northridge, CA
Rev. Protopresbyter Joakim Valasiadis
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Éùáêåßì ÂáëáóéÜäçò
St. Paul Cathedral
Hempstead, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter George M. Vaporis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ì. Âáðüñçò
Holy Trinity Church
Nashville, TN
Rev. Economos Michael Varlamos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ìé÷áÞë ÂáñëÜìïò
Nativity of the Virgin Mary Church
Plymouth Township, MI
Rev. Protopresbyter Michael E. Varvarelis
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë ÂáñâáñÝëçò
St. Nicholas Church
Bethlehem, PA
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Rev. Economos George P. Vlahos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ãåþñãéïò Âëá÷üðïõëïò
St. Katherine Church
Burlington, NC
Rev. Protopresbyter Steven J. Vlahos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Óôá`õñïò ÂëÜ÷ïò
St. Demetrios Church
North Wildwood, NJ
Rev. Economos Taxiarhis D. Vlahos
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ÔáîéÜñ÷çò ÂëÜ÷ïò
Holy Trinity Cathedral
Charlotte, NC
Rev. Economos Nicholas G. Voucanos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Íéêüëáïò Âïýêáíïò
St. Theodore Church
Lanham, MD
Rev. Protopresbyter Harry S. Vulopas
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ×áñÜëáìðïò Âïõëïðüò
Holy Trinity Church
Holyoke, MA
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Rev. Presbyter Gregorios A. Waynick
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãñçãüñéïò Á. Waynick
St. Mark Church
Boca Raton, FL
Rev. Presbyter Chris A. Webb
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñ`çóôïò Webb
PRIESTS
St. Demetrios Church
Chicago, IL
V. Rev. Archimandrite Meletios P. Webber
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ÌåëÝôéïò ÃïõÝìðåñ
Prophet Elias Church
Santa Cruz, CA
Rev. Presbyter George W. Wilson
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Wilson
Panagia Pantovasilissa Church
Lexington, KY
Rev. Protopresbyter Gregory C. Wingenbach
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãñçãüñéïò Wingenbach
Diocese of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA
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Rev. Presbyter George A. Xenofanes
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÎåíïöÜíçò
Kendall Park, NJ
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Rev. Presbyter Steven Yankopoulos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÓôÝñãéïò Ãéáíáêüðïõëïò
Annunciation Church
Muskegon, MI
V. Rev. Archimandrite Savas Zembillas
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ÓÜââáò Æåìðéëë`áò
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese
New York, NY
Rev. Protopresbyter George S. Zervos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Æåñâüò
St. John The Baptist Church
Myrtle Beach, SC
V. Rev. Archimandrite Chrysanthos M. Zois
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ×ñýóáíèïò Æþçò
St. John the Baptist Church
New York, NY
Rev. Presbyter Steven P. Zorzos
[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÓÝñãéïò Æ`ùñæïò
Saint Sophia Cathedral
Washington, DC
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine A. Zozos
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Æùæüò
St. Barbara Church
Santa Barbara, CA
Rev. Presbyter Gheorghita Zugravu
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[ ÅöçìÝñéïò
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÆïõãñÜâïõ
Holy Trinity Cathedral
New York, NY
Rev. Economos Thomas J. Zaferes
Rev. Presbyter Philip R. Zymaris
] Éåñáô. ÐñïúóôÜìåíïò
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÁèáíÜóéïò Æáößñçò
Saint Sophia Church
Syracuse, NY
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ößëéððïò ÆõìÜñçò
8 Mitoudi Street
Thessaloniki, 54645
Greece
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Rev. Protopresbyter James T. Adams
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine J. Balomenos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò [ ÁäÜìçò
1578 North Alaniu Place
Kihei, HI 96753-
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÌðáëùìÝíïò
2202 Jackson Street
Sioux City, IA 51104
Rev. Protopresbyter Soterios C. Alexopoulos
Rev. Protopresbyter Anastasius Bandy
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÓùôÞñéïò [ Áëåîüðïõëïò
36 Newburgh Road
Nashua, NH 03062
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÌðÝíôçò
9 Appletree Ct.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Rev. Protopresbyter James A. Aloupis
Rev. Protopresbyter George N. Bartz
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò [ Áëïýðçò
1156 Blazo Terrace
Mountainside, NJ 07092
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåïñò Ãåþñãéïò ÌðÜñôæçò
1935 Brookwood Dr.
Akron, OH 44313-5064
Rev. Protopresbyter Theo G. Anastas
V. Rev. Archimandrite Ernest Blougouras
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Èåïëüãïò [ AíáóôáóÜêçò
2907 East Fress Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85032
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine J. Andrews
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò [ ÁíäñÝïõ
518 Beverly Blvd.
Upper Darby, PA 19082
Rev. Protopresbyter Dean Timothy Andrews
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ôéìüèåïò [ ÁíäñÝïõ
2198 West Silver Palm Road
Boca Raton, FL 33432-7957
Rev. Protopresbyter John Androutsopoulos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò [ Áíäñïõôóüðïõëïò
283 Elmtree Road
New Kensington, PA 15068
Rev. Protopresbyter Stephen J. Anthony
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÓôáìÜôéïò [ Áíôùíßïõ
29692 Olympia Ct
Farmington Hills, MI 48336
Rev. Protopresbyter Paul Apostolakos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Áðüóôïëïò [ ÁðïóôïëÜêïò
15 Vera Court
West Islip, NY 11795
Rev. Protopresbyter Ernest Arambiges
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíáóôÜóéïò [ Áñáìðáôæ`çò
31 Lambourne Road #207
Towson, MD 21204-
Rev. Economos John Argyros
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÉùÜííçò [ Áñãõñüò
1 Cedar Ave.
Coram, NY 11727
Rev. Protopresbyter George W. Arseniu
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò [ Áñóåíßïõ
2204 Hillock Drive
Raleigh, NC 27612
Rev. Protopresbyter Arthur Athans
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁèáíÜóéïò [ Áèáíáóßïõ
10 Abbott Street
Dover, NH 03820
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter A. Atsales
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò [ Áôóáë`çò
743 Provincetown Drive
Naples, FL 34104
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Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò [ ÁíáóôÜóéïò Ìðëïõãïõñ`áò
833 West Valley Drive
Bonita Springs, FL 34134
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Rev. Protopresbyter Athanasios E. Chamberas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁèáíÜóéïò Å. ÔóÜìðçñáò
1549 Belmont St.
Manchester, NH 03104-2759
Rev. Protopresbyter Gregory H. Champion
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãñçãüñéïò ÔóÜìðéïí
2581 North Garden Drive
Apt. 103
Lake Worth, FL 33461
Rev. Protopresbyter Theodore H. Chelpon
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Èåüäùñïò Ôóåëåðþíçò
205 Yoakum Parkway
Alexandria, VA 22304-
Rev. Presbyter Constantine J. Chokanis
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ôóïêáí`çò
1541 Southwest Curtis Street
Port Saint Lucy, FL 34983
Rev. Protopresbyter James Condos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò KïíôïíéêïëÜïõ
31-43 41st Street
Astoria, NY 11103
Rev. Protopresbyter Anthony M. Coniaris
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áíôþíéïò KïíéÜñçò
2749 Huntington Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55416
Rev. Protopresbyter Demetrios J. Constantelos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò KùíóôáíôÝëïò
304 Forest Dr.
Linwood, NJ 08221
Rev. Protopresbyter Evagoras C. Constantinides
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Å[õáãüñáò Kùíóôáíôéíßäçò
9433 Arthur St.
Crown Point, IN 46307-1914
Rev. Presbyter Dean Constantopoulos
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Kùíóôáíôüðïõëïò
Fleming 16-18 Apt. 2A
Old Faleron, Athens
Greece, 17653
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Rev. Protopresbyter Andrew Daregas
Rev. Economos Panteleimon A. Fatsis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíäñÝáò Äåñéæéþôçò
752 K Str. /Apt. 8
Crescent City, CA 95531
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ÐáíôåëåÞìùí ÖÜôóçò
15 Lens Avenue
Dayville, CT 06241
V. Rev. Archimandrite Christopher Decavallas
Rev. Protopresbyter Theodore C. Filandrinos
19 Fleming Street
Nea Philadelphia
14342 Athens
Greece,
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Èåüäùñïò Öéëáíäñéíüò
12532 Parkwood Drive
Burnsville, MN 55337-6806
Rev. Protopresbyter Pierre A. Delfos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÐÝôñïò Á. Äåëöüò
12163 Southridge Drive
Little Rock, AR 72212
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Öþôéïò Öùôßïõ
Loch Lloyd
130 Highland Ridge Circle
Belton, MO 64012
Rev. Protopresbyter James M. Demetriades
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Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò ÄçìçôñéÜäçò
43 Midwell Rd.
Wethersfield, CT 06109
Rev. Protopresbyter John P. Demos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ä`çìïò
5946 Van Alstine Ave./#18
Carmichael, CA 95608
Rev. Protopresbyter Nick J. Despotides
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Äåóðïôßäçò
9308 Glen Rd.
Potomac, MD 20854
Rev. Economos Anastasios Diacovasilis
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÁíáóôÜóéïò Äéáêïâáóßëçò
43-29 195th Street
Flushing, NY 11358
Rev. Economos Constantine T. Dimas
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÄÞìáò
335 Tomahawk
P.O. Box 363
Kechi, KS 67067-8907
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine N. Dombalis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÄïìðÜëçò
304 Sandalwood Dr.
Richmond, VA 23229
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Rev. Economos Paul Economides
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ðá`õëïò Ïœéêïíïìßäçò
2 Ritchie Rd.
Annapolis, MD 21401
Rev. Protopresbyter George N. Economou
Rev. Protopresbyter Fred G. Fotion
Rev. Protopresbyter William G. Gaines
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò ÃéáííáêÜêçò
4712 Marseilles Place (70002)
P.O. Box 8243
Metairie, LA 70011
Rev. Protopresbyter George X. Gallas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÃÜëëáò
922 Glenhaven Square
Troy, NY 12180
Rev. Protopresbyter Stamatios Ganiaris
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÓôáìÜôéïò ÃáíéÜñçò
35 Ridgewood Circle
Wilmington, DE 19809-2861
Rev. Protopresbyter Angelo H. Gavalas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Å[õÜããåëïò Ôóáâáë`áò
430 East 65th St / Apt. #3B
New York, NY 10021
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter Georgacakes
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò ÃåùñãáêÜêçò
10323 Clark Court
Munster, IN 46321
Rev. Presbyter George Georgiades
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÃåùñãéÜäçò
2180 Arms Drive
Girard, OH 44420
Rev. Protopresbyter Evangelos C. Georgiadis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Å[õÜããåëïò ÃåùñãéÜäçò
616 Roger Williams Ave.
Rumford, RI 02916
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ïœéêïíüìïõ
50 Glenwood Avenue
APT 210
Jersey City, NJ 07306
Rev. Protopresbyter Philip G. Gialopsos
Rev. Protopresbyter Milton B. Efthimiou
Rev. Protopresbyter George Giannaris
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÌéëôéÜäçò Å[õèõìßïõ
2200 Church Road
Toms River, NJ 08753
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÃéÜííáñçò
4 Theodora Court
Wilmington, DE 19808
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine Eliades
Rev. Protopresbyter Zanos Gougoutas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò [ ÇëéÜäçò
24-03 Murray St.
Whitestone, NY 11357
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÆÜíïò Ãïõãïõô`áò
18300 East Warren Ave.
Detroit, MI 48224-1343
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ößëéððïò Ãéáëåøüò
5 O'Loughlin Drive
Tewksbury, MA 01876
219
RETIRED PRIESTS
Rev. Protopresbyter Homer P. Goumenis
Rev. Economos James Karagas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò } Ïìçñïò ÃêïõìÝíçò
3371 Glenrose Trail
Atlanta, GA 30341
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Káñáôæ`áò
4430 SW 107th Avenue
Beaverton, OR 97005
Rev. Protopresbyter Charles Goumenis
Rev. Protopresbyter George A. Karahalios
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÃêïõìÝíçò
7000 Suburban Arch
Norfolk, VA 23505
Á[Ÿéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Káñá÷Üëéoò
P. O. Box 2342
Salem, NH 03079-1149
Rev. Presbyter George Gousias
Rev. Protopresbyter Andrew Karas
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ãïýóéáò
23 Polyxenis Molyvada
Ioannina 453 33, GREECE,
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁíäñÝáò Káñ`áò
P. O. Box 525
Agawam, MA 01001
Rev. Presbyter Vaselios B. Govits
V. Rev. Archimandrite Michael Karloutsos
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò Ãùãïõâßôçò
22 Rush Street
Pt. Jefferson Station, NY 11776
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Ìé÷áÞë Káñëï`õôóïò
Francis Schervier Home/2995 Independence
Bronx, NY 10463-4699
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Rev. Protopresbyter Panagiotis E. Kastaris
Rev. Protopresbyter Chris W. Hadgigeorge
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñéóôüäïõëïò ×áôæçãåùñãßïõ
7234 Wembley Terrace West
Toledo, OH 43617
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine Halkias
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ×áëêé`áò
113 89th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11209-5513
Rev. Protopresbyter Stanley S. Harakas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Óôõëéáíüò ×Üñáêáò
12443 Little Farms Drive
Spring Hill, FL 34609
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas G. Harbatis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò ×áñâÜôçò
308 Wisteria Drive
Franklin, TN 37064
Rev. Protopresbyter Michael C. Harmand
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ìé÷áÞë ×áñìáíô`áò
107 Ardsley Drive
Dewitt, NY 13214
Rev. Protopresbyter Harry Hatzopoulos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ×áñÜëáìðïò ×áôæüðïõëïò
4 Rutledge St.
West Roxbury, MA 02132
Rev. Protopresbyter George Hiotis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ×éþôçò
3742 Willow Creek Dr.
Dayton, OH 45415
V. Rev. Archimandrite Gregory Houlakis
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Ãñçãüñéïò ×ïõëÜêçò
120 Broadway
Pawtucket, RI 02860
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Rev. Protopresbyter George E. Kalpaxis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Káëðáî`çò
P.O. Box 18294
Baltimore, MD 21227
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò KáóôÜñçò
909 Avenue S., S.E.
Winter Haven, FL 33880
Rev. Economos Nicholas G. Katsoulis
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Íéêüëáïò Káôóïýëçò
214-20 Waters Edge Drive
Bayside, NY 11360
Rev. Protopresbyter Demetrios S. Kavadas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò KáââÜäáò
23262 N. Rosedale Ct.
St. Clair Shores, MI 48080
Rev. Presbyter Spyridon Kavvadias
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Óðõñßäùí Káââáäßáò
618 North Randall Road
Aurora, IL 60506
Rev. Protopresbyter Nectarios D. Kehagias
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÍåêôÜñéïò Kå÷áãé`áò
169 Sycamore Circle
Stonybrook, NY 11790
Rev. Protopresbyter William S. Kehayes
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò Kå÷áãé`áò
4700 Rio Poco Court
Naples, FL 34109
V. Rev. Archimandrite George Kiricoples
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Ãåþñãéïò Kõñéáêüðïõëïò
2884 Farmbrook Rd.
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Rev. Protopresbyter Arthur K. Kontinos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁèáíÜóéïò Kïíô¡éíïò
3622 Knollwood Rd.
Ft. Myers, FL 33919
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter B. Koskores
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò Küóêïñçò
700 Chickering Rd/Suite 208
No. Andover, MA 01845
V. Rev. Archimandrite Nicanor Kutelas
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ÍéêÜíùñ Kïõôåë`áò
V. Rev. Archimandrite John Kamelakis
Rev. Protopresbyter John G. Kutulas
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò [ ÉùÜííçò KáìçëÜêçò
91 Brookmere Drive
Fairfield, CT 06430
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Kïýôïõëáò
5940 Madison
Morton Grove, IL 60053
220
RETIRED PRIESTS
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter N. Kyriakos
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas C. Manikas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò KõñéÜêïò
17 Powder Horn Way
Tarrytown, NY 10591
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Ìáíßêáò
13 Smokey Hill Road
Wayland, MA 01778
Rev. Protopresbyter Theodore Kyritsis
Rev. Protopresbyter Chrysostom Manuel
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Èåüäùñïò Kõñßôóçò
401 Queens Road
Charlotte, NC 28207-1421
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñõóüóôïìïò [ ÅììáíïõÞë
330 Whiteney Dr.
Fayetteville, NC 28314
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Rev. Protopresbyter Stanley Markantonis
Rev. Presbyter Peter Lambert
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Óôõëéáíüò Ìáñêáíôþíçò
11 Howard Street
Belmont, MA 02478-2955
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ÐÝôñïò ËÜìðåñô
6357 Crebs Avenue
Reseda, CA 91335
Rev. Deacon John Lambrinos
] Éåñïë. ÄéÜêïíïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ëáìðñéíüò
485 Kirkland Circle
Dunedin, FL 34698
Rev. Presbyter Constantine Lawrence
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ËáõñÜíïò
Thasou 4
Glyfada 16675, Athens, GR
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter J. Leventis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò ËåâÝíôçò
851 West 45th St.
Casper, WY 82601
Rev. Protopresbyter Christos P. Matos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñ`çóôïò ÌáñêáíôùíÜôïò
100 Pierce St. #309
Clearwater, FL 33756
Rev. Presbyter William Mattis
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò ÌÜôôçò
1 Vieckis Drive
Nashua, NH 03062-2324
V. Rev. Archimandrite Stephen N. Mazaris
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ÓôÝöáíïò ÌáæÜñçò
96 Westgate Dr./ Apt. 301A
Wheeling, WV 26003-1348
Rev. Protopresbyter Demosthenes Mekras
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ëéáä`çò
13376 Olympic Village Lane
Brooksville, FL 34614
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìïóèÝíçò ÌÝêñáò
135 S.W. 22nd Road (33129)
P.O. Box 450308
Miami, FL 33245-0308
Rev. Protopresbyter John A. Limberakis
Rev. Presbyter L. Elias Mentis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò ËõìðåñÜêçò
1078 Kipling Rd.
Jenkintown, PA 19046
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ Çëßáò ÌÝíôçò
31 W. Main Street
Webster, NY 14580-2959
Rev. Protopresbyter Manousos Lionikis
V. Rev. Archimandrite Efstathios Metallinos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÅììáíïõÞë Ì. ËéïíÜêçò
307 W. Lonnquist Blvd.
Mt. Prospect, IL 60056
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Å[õóôÜèéïò Ìåôáëëçíüò
7241 Vaughn
Detroit, MI 48228
Rev. Protopresbyter George J. Longos
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter Metallinos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ëüããïò
2615 Grand Avenue
Granite City, IL 62040
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò Ìåôáëëçíüò
3691 Beverly Hills Drive
Rocky River, OH 44116
Rev. Protopresbyter Soterios Lytras
Rev. Protopresbyter Emmanuel S. Metaxas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÓùôÞñéïò Ëýôñáò
395 So. Los Robles/ Apt. 25
Pasadena, CA 91101
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÅììáíïõÞë Ìåôáî`áò
14 Stoneleigh Circle
Watertown, MA 02472
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Rev. Protopresbyter Demetrios Michaelides
Rev. Protopresbyter John Liadis
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter H. Makris
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò Ìáêñ`çò
813 Ironwood Drive
Yorktown, VA 23693
Rev. Protopresbyter James N. Mamalis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò ÌÜìáëçò
8419 E. 84th Street
Tulsa, OK 74133
Rev. Protopresbyter George J. Mamangakis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÌáìáãêÜêçò
3646 Whispering Sound Drive
Palm City, FL 34990
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ìé÷áçëßäçò
8 Roselin Ave.
Quincy, MA 02169
V. Rev. Archimandrite James Mihalakis
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ìé÷áëÜêçò
1945 Palmetto #176l
Florence, SC 29501
Rev. Protopresbyter Charles Mihos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ìé÷üðïõëïò
19 Priscilla Way
Lynn, MA 01904
221
RETIRED PRIESTS
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine N. Mitsos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ìçôóüðïõëïò
5620 F Coach / House Circle
Boca Raton, FL 33486
Rev. Protopresbyter Spyridon Mourikis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Óðõñßäùí Ìïõñßêçò
317 Winter Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter N. Murtos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò Ìï`õñôïò
4809 Stanford Street
Raleigh, NC 27609
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Rev. Protopresbyter George Neofotistos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Íåïöþôéóôïò
9121 Surry Road, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Rev. Protopresbyter George N. Nicozisin
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÍéêïæÞóçò
1527 Craig Rd.
St. Louis, MO 63146
Apt. 413
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Rev. Presbyter Angelo A. Pappas
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Å[õÜããåëïò ÐáðáèåïöÜíçò
P.O. Box 152
Sioux Falls, SD 57101-0152
Rev. Protopresbyter Parry A. Paraschou
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáñáóêåõ`áò ÐáñÜó÷ïõ
16091 W. Wildflower Dr.
Surprise, AZ 85374-5056
Rev. Protopresbyter Philemon T. Payiatis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÖéëÞìùí ÐáãéÜôçò
1480 Sheridan Street #B16
Hollywood, FL 33020
V. Rev. Archimandrite A. Photius Pentikis
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Á. Öþôéïò Ðåíôßêçò
444 South State St./ #418
Bellingham, WA 98225
Rev. Protopresbyter Spiro Pieratos
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Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Óðõñßäùí Ðéåñ`áôïò
1068 Darfield
Covina, CA 91724
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine Palassis
Rev. Protopresbyter John A. Poulos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÐáëÜóóçò
1825 E. Tramway Drive
Sandy, UT 84093
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ðï`õëïò
20 Lattingtown Ridge Court
Lattingtown, NY 11560
Rev. Protopresbyter George A. Pallas
Rev. Protopresbyter John D. Protopapas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÐÜëëáò
4202 Moccasin Trail
Woodstock, GA 30189
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò Ðñùôüðáððáò
2650 Velventos Drive
Clearwater, FL 33761-1710
Rev. Protopresbyter George L. Papadeas
R
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÐáðáäÝáò
917 Valencia Rd.
S. Daytona, FL 32119
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine J. Raptis
Rev. Protopresbyter Spyridon C. Papademetriou
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Óðõñßäùí Ðáðáäçìçôñßïõ
1525 Linden Street
Reading, PA 19604-1845
Rev. Presbyter George Papadopoulos
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ðáðáäüðïõëïò
79-10 257th Street
Floral Park, NY 11004
V. Rev. Archimandrite Emmanuel Papageorge
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò [ ÅììáíïõÞë ÐáðáäïãåùñãÜêçò
305 Greenwich Lane
Modesto, CA 95350-1424
Rev. Protopresbyter Basil K. Papanikolaou
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò ÐáðáíéêïëÜïõ
3008 35th Ave.
Rock Island, IL 61201
Rev. Economos Arthur N. Pappas
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ ÁèáíÜóéïò ÐÜððáò
Gregory Lambraki 29
Glyfada, 16675 Athens
Greece
Rev. Protopresbyter George T. Pappas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Ðáðáðïóôüëïõ
13071 Cross Creek Blvd.
222
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÑÜðôçò
4651 Canna Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89122
Rev. Protopresbyter Gerasimos D. Rassias
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÃåñÜóéìïò Ñáóóé`áò
2506 Barlow Rd.
Wilmington, DE 19810
Rev. Presbyter Constantine Regopoulos
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ñçãüðïõëïò
8901 Sterling Place
Port Richey, FL 34668
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter G. Rexinis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ðáíáãéþôçò Ñåîßíçò
P.O. Box 6003
Charlottesville, VA 22906
Rev. Protopresbyter Athanasios Rizos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁèáíÜóéïò Ñßæïò
Eleftheriou Venizelou 32
Amarousion, Attikis
Greece
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Rev. Presbyter Emmanuel Sakellarides
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÅììáíïõÞë Óáêåëëáñßäçò
222 Highland Street
Worcester, MA 01609
RETIRED PRIESTS
V. Rev. Archimandrite Philip Sakellson
Rev. Protopresbyter George P. Stevenson
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Èåüöéëïò Óáêåëëáñüðïõëïò
103 Dogwood Road
Hopewell Jct., NY 12533
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÓôáõñéáíÜêïò
23832 Formello
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
Rev. Protopresbyter John P. Sarantos
Rev. Economos Theodore Stoupis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉùÜííçò ÓáñÜíôïò
68 Harvard Street
Lowell, MA 01851
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Èåüäùñïò Óôïýðçò
16 Dodecanesou St.
Vrilissia, 15235 Athens
Greece
Rev. Protopresbyter Steven M. Sarigianis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Óôõëéáíüò ÓáñéãéÜííçò
40 Patricia Lane
Hyde Park, NY 12538
Rev. Protopresbyter Anthony Sarris
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áíôþíéïò Óáññ`çò
3970 Basia Drive
Columbus, OH 43204
Rev. Protopresbyter Christ Selimos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ×ñõóüóôïìïò Óåëßìçò
11424 Nueport Drive
Willow Springs, IL 60480
Rev. Protopresbyter Alexander D. Sgouros
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÁëÝîáíäñïò Óãï`õñïò
5129 N.W. 53rd Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32653
Rev. Protopresbyter Constandinos G. Shiepis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ã. ÓéÝðçò
1222 West Park Ave., N.W.
Canton, OH 44708
Rev. Protopresbyter Achilles Siagris
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Á÷éëëåýò ÓéÜãêñçò
Athens, Greece,
Rev. Economos Anthony C. Sirigos
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò [ Áíôþíéïò Óõñßãïò
1307 East 65th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11234
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas Sitaras
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò Óéôáñ`áò
907 Boston Avenue
Ft. Pierce, FL 34950
Rev. Hieromonk Sergios B. Smith
] Ïó. ] Éåñïìüíá÷ïò ÓÝñãéïò Óìßè
9906 Estacado Dr.
Dallas, TX 75228
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas Spirakis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò ÓðõñÜêçò
503 Princess Ann Road
N. Myrtle Beach, SC 29582-2629
Rev. Protopresbyter Anthony Spirtos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áíôþíéïò Óðßñôïò
3366 Whitewood
W. Canton, OH 44720
V. Rev. Archimandrite Neophytos Spyros
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Íåüöõôïò ÓðõñïãéáííÜêçò
22 Pirinis Street
Corinthos, GR 20100-
Rev. Presbyter Basil Stamas
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò Óôáìáôüðïõëïò
3506 W. Michigan Ave.
Kalamazoo, MI 49006-5428
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Rev. Protopresbyter James Tavlarides
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÉÜêùâïò Ôáõëáñßäçò
3 Novato Terrace
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
Rev. Presbyter Vasilios Thanos
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Âáóßëåéïò È`áíïò
10130 Lasaine Ave.
Northridge, CA 91325
Rev. Presbyter George N. Thanos
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò [ Áèáíáóüðïõëïò
5606 Warm Springs
Houston, TX 77035
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine G. Theodore
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Ðáðáèåïäþñïõ
258 Maple Ave.
Patchogue, NY 11772
Rev. Protopresbyter Theophilos P. Theophilos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Èåüöéëïò Èåïöéëüðïõëïò
72888 Sierra Vista Dr.
Palm Desert, CA 92260
Rev. Protopresbyter Photios Tomarakos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Öþôéïò ÔïìáñÜêïò
14 W. Hazelcroft
New Castle, PA 16105
Rev. Presbyter Anthony Tomaras
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò [ Áíôþíéïò Ôïìáñ`áò
10024 Kopachuck Dr. N.W.
Gig Harbor, WA 98335
Rev. Protopresbyter Demetrius Treantafeles
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò ÄçìÞôñéïò Ôñéáíôáöýëëçò
1002 Moki Lane
Mt. Prospect, IL 60056
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas C. Trivelas
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò ÔñéâÝëáò
27 Back Court Dr.
Isle of Palms, SC 29451-2827
Rev. Protopresbyter Solon S. Tsandikos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Óüëùí Ôóáíôßêïò
45 Hancock Hill Dr.
Worcester, MA 01609
Rev. Economos George E. Tsongranis
Áœéä. Ïœéêïíüìïò Ãåþñãéïò ÔóïõãêñÜíçò
408 Pineapple Street
Tarpon Springs, FL 34689-3547
Rev. Protopresbyter Nikiforos Tzerdimos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêçöüñïò Ôæåñäßìïò
7205 West 152nd St.
Orland Park, IL 60462
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RETIRED PRIESTS
V
Rev. Presbyter Lambros Vakalakis
Áœéä. Ðñåóâýôåñïò ËÜìðñïò ÂáêáëÜêçò
3750 W. Placita Graciosa
Tucson, AZ 85745-9533
Rev. Protopresbyter George J. Venetos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò ÂåíÝôïò
5643 Oso Ave
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Rev. Protopresbyter George A. Vlahos
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Ãåþñãéïò Âëá÷üðïõëïò
736 Center Dr. / Apt. 325
San Marco, CA 92069
Rev. Protopresbyter Carl G. Vouros
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò KáíÝëëïò Âï`õñïò
94 Mast St.
Jamestown, RI 02835
X
Rev. Protopresbyter Emmanuel N. Vergis
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine Xanthakis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò [ ÅììáíïõÞë ÂåñãÜêçò
7210 N. Lincoln Avenue #305
Lincolnwood, IL 60646
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò ÎáíèÜêçò
16 Arbor Circle
Natick, MA 01760
Rev. Protopresbyter Nicholas L. Vieron
Rev. Protopresbyter Constantine Xirouhakis
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Íéêüëáïò ÂéÝñïò
3570 Charleswood Avenue
Memphis, TN 38122
Áœéä. Ðñùôïðñåóâýôåñïò Kùíóôáíô¡éíïò Îçñïõ÷Üêçò
1277 Erhardt St.
Union, NJ 07083
V. Rev. Archimandrite Mark Vinas
Ðáí. [ Áñ÷éìáíäñßôçò Ìáñ¡éíïò Âãåíáêüðïõëïò
P. O. Box 962
Salinas, CA 93902-0962
The annual Fall Meeting of the National Philoptochos Board opened with a Joint session with the Archdiocesan Council
addressed by His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios.
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PRIESTS WITH LAY VOCATIONS
Rev. Presbyter Donat Augusta
Rev. Presbyter James G. Hademenos
Rev. Deacon Vasilios Smith
St. George Cathedral
433 Fairfield Avenue
Hartford, CT 06114
Assumption Church
801 Montecito Drive
San Angelo, TX 76903
St. Athanasios Church
1855 East 5th Ave.
Aurora, IL 60504
Rev. Deacon Michael Bahlatzis
Rev. Protopresbyter Peter Harrison
Rev. Presbyter John Spilio
309 Scenic View
Horsehead, NY 14845
213 Carroll Avenue
Cheyenne, WY 82009
362 86th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11209
Rev. Presbyter Arthur Baron
Rev. Economos George Hatz
Rev. Presbyter Milton N. Stamatos
3261 Prairie Gardens Ct.
Hilliard, OH 43026-3818
St. George Church
43816 Woodward Avenue
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
24 Indian Field Court
Mawah, NJ 07430
Rev. Deacon Anatoli Kireiev
Saint Sophia Church
2504 N. St. Mary’s Street
San Antonio, TX 78212
Rev. Economos James Chakalos
42 Riverdale Ave.
Monmouth Beach, NJ 07750
Rev. Deacon David B. Cole
Holy Trinity Cathedral
279 South 300 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84101-1797
4114 NE 77th Avenue
Portland, OR 97218-3918
Rev. Deacon Peter M. Livanis
Rev. Deacon George J. Collaros
St. George Church
308 High Street, S.E.
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Rev. Economos Savas C. Constantinou
St. Nicholas Church
621 First Colonial Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
St. George Church
2219 N. Orchard Avenue
Fresno, CA 93703
Rev. Economos Milton A. Magos
St. John the Divine Church
3850 Atlantic Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Rev. Presbyter John A. Mangos
Rev. Presbyter
Chris A. Dalamangas
Saint Sophia Church
2504 N. St. Mary’s Street
San Antonio, TX 78212
Holy Trinity Church
250 Gallows Hill Road
Westfield, NJ 07090
Rev. Deacon Christodoulos Masters
Rev. Deacon James Diakos
St. Nicholas Church
1260 Davis Street
San Jose, CA 95126
Rev. Deacon Gregory George
St. Demetrios Church
1955 Kirker Pass Road
Concord, CA 94521
Rev. Presbyter John Glaros
1584 Belleair Lane
Clearwater, FL 34624
Rev. Presbyter
Nicholas M. Golemis
6311 W. Devon Ave.
Chicago, IL 60646
201 Town of Elon/P.O. Box 907
Elon College, NC 27244
Rev. Deacon John Allan Stehling
Rev. Deacon John T. Thrasher
Holy Trinity Cathedral
1973 East Maryland Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Rev. Economos James A.Tsigounis
10 South Pond Road
Cresskill, NJ 07626
Rev. Presbyter Joseph Tzougros
Assumption Church
11 North 7th Street
Madison, WI 53704
Rev. Presbyter Michael Vastakis
Holy Cross Church
3269 Bloomfield Drive
Macon, GA 31208
Rev. Presbyter John Moutafis
Rev. Presbyter
Stanley Voyiaziakis
Annunciation Cathedral
707 E. Lafayette Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48226
SS. Constantine & Helen Church
4115 Sixteenth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20011
Rev. Presbyter John Paizis
Rev. Protopresbyter
Michael Yachnis
Three Hierarchs Church
1724 Avenue P
Brooklyn, NY 11229
Rev. Presbyter Peter E. Papps
86 Morrill Road
Canterbury, NH 03224
V. Rev. Archimandrite
Epiphanios A. Perialas
Dormition of the
Virgin Mary Church
1700 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Rev. Protopresbyter
Philip E.Yanulis
104 Dover Circle
Syracuse, NY 13219
324 Coddington Rd.
Ithaca, NY 14850
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VITAL STATISTICS 2001
ORDINATION TO THE DIACONATE
Zugravu, George / January 1, 2001
Chetsas, Alexander / January 7, 2001
Kyriakou, Kyriakos (Gary) / May 25, 2001
Georganas, Andrew / May 31, 2001
Papadopoulos, Panteleimon / July 1, 2001
Kalogridis, Konstantinos / July 22, 2001
Gardikes, James / August 4, 2001
Johns, John L. / October 18, 2001
Manuel, John / November 25, 2001
Dokos, George / December 9, 2001
ORDINATION TO THE PRIESTHOOD
Alexandres, Deacon John / January 6, 2001
Gikas, Deacon Bill C. / January 28, 2001
Metropoulos, Deacon Adamantios / May 21, 2001
Stratos, Deacon Peter / June 19, 2001
Hill, Deacon Apostolos / July 15, 2001
Kalogridis, Deacon Konstantinos / August 26, 2001
Zugravu, Deacon George / September 16, 2001
Schroeder, Deacon Paul / October 26, 2001
ASSIGNMENTS
Andrews, Rev. Nicholas / January 1, 2001
Stratos, Rev. Deacon Peter / January 10, 2001
Gikas, Rev. Fr. Bill C. / January 28, 2001
Alexson, Rev. George A. / February 1, 2001
Garaboa, Hieromonk Anastasios / February 1, 2001
Alexandres, Rev. John / February 1, 2001
Steve, Hieromonk Polycarp / March 1, 2001
Photos, Rev. Constantine / April 1, 2001
Menis, Rev. Stylianos / April 1, 2001
Damaskos, Rev. Aristotle / May 1, 2001
Papageorgiou, Panayiotis / May 22, 2001
Tonias, Rev. Demetrios / June 1, 2001
Alikakos, Rev. Tilemahos / June 1, 2001
Halekakis, Rev. Cosmas / June 1, 2001
Balkas, Rev. Peter G. / June 1, 2001
Artemas, Rev. Angelo / June 1, 2001
Kyriakou, Rev. Kyriakos (Gary) / June 1, 2001
Flesoras, Rev. Christopher / June 1, 2001
Constantine, V. Rev. John / June 1, 2001
Eugenis, Rev. Andrew / June 4, 2001
Kyriakos, Rev. Fr. Peter C. / June 15, 2001
Papadopoulos, Rev. Deacon Panteleimon /
July 1, 2001
Krommydas, Rev. Fr. Nicholas / July 1, 2001
Pavlatos, Rev. Fr. Timothy / July 1, 2001
Dorozenski, Rev. Fr. Stratton / July 1, 2001
Stamison, Rev. Fr. George / July 1, 2001
Evangelatos, Rev. Fr. Anthony / July 1, 2001
Kalogridis, Rev. Fr. Konstantinos / July 23, 2001
Diavatis, Rev. Fr. Michael / July 15, 2001
Karambis, L. Gabriel / August 1, 2001
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Roll, Rev. Fr. John / August 1, 2001
Hill, Rev. Fr. Apostolos / August 1, 2001
Monos, Rev. Fr. Michel / August 1, 2001
Savas, Rev. Fr. George / August 16, 2001
Newman, Rev. Fr. Constantine / August 26, 2001
Panagos, Rev. Fr. Dean / September 1, 2001
Metropoulos, Rev. Fr. Adam / September 1, 2001
Rafael, Rev. Fr. Nicholas / September 1, 2001
Nastos, Rev. Fr. Constantine / September 1, 2001
Demos, Rev. Fr. Athanasios Demos /
September 1, 2001
Politis, Rev. Fr. Charalambos / September 16, 2001
Zugravu, Rev. Fr. George / September 15, 2001
Kourounis, V. Rev. Fr. Evangelos / October 1, 2001
Nichols, Rev. Fr. Nicholas / October 1, 2001
Cowles, Rev. Fr. Patrick / October 1, 2001
Stamas, Rev. Fr. Christopher / October 1, 2001
Macaila, Rev. Fr. Dumitru / October 1, 2001
Schutte, Rev. Fr. Dennis / October 1, 2001
Pappas, Rev. Fr. Dimitrios A. / October 1, 2001
Ballas, Rev. Fr. Stavros / October 15, 2001
Papadopoulos, Rev. Fr. Haralambos /
October 15, 2001
Schroeder, Rev. Fr. Paul / October 28, 2001
Papedo, Rev. Fr. Nicholas / November 1, 2001
Nikas, Rev. Fr. George / November 1, 2001
Makrinos, Rev. Fr. Constantine / November 1, 2001
Pappas, Rev. Fr. Christos / November 1, 2001
Mahalares, Rev. Fr. Andrew / November 1, 2001
Combitsis, Rev. Fr. Constantine / November 1, 2001
Saravelas, Rev. Fr. Kyriakos / November 1, 2001
Petrutiu, Rev. Deacon Teodor / November 1, 2001
Papadopoulos, Rev. Fr. Constantine /
November 15, 2001
Kossis, Rev. Fr. Nicholas E. / November 15, 2001
Manuel, Rev. Deacon John / November 25, 2001
Degaitas, Rev. Fr. Theofanis / December 1, 2001
Toppses, Rev. Fr. Theodore N. / December 1. 2001
Petrogeorge, Rev. Fr. Kosta / December 1, 2001
Pantelis, Rev. Fr. Joachim / December 1, 2001
Dokos, Rev. Deacon George / December 9, 2001
RETIREMENTS
Chokanis, Rev. Fr. Constantine / January 1, 2001
Tomarakos, Rev. Fr. Photios / May 1, 2001
Manikas, Rev. Fr. Nicholas C. / June 30, 2001
Papanikolaou, Rev. Fr. Basil / July 31, 2001
Xanthakis, Rev. Fr. Constantine / September 1, 2001
Aloupis, Rev. Fr. James A. / September 1, 2001
Kavadas, Rev. Fr. Demetrios / September 1, 2001
Efthimiou, Rev. Fr. Miltiades / September 1, 2001
Sgouros, Rev. Fr. Alexander / October 1, 2001
Anastas, Rev. Fr. Theologos / December 1, 2001
VITAL STATISTICS 2001
CLERGY DEATHS
Poulos, Rev. Fr. John C. / January 14, 2001
Diamant, Rev. Fr. George / February 20, 2001
Baglaneas, Rev. Fr. Theodore / April 7, 2001
Gregory, Rev. Fr. Basil / July 12, 2001
Ward, Rev. Deacon George / July 15, 2001
Billiris, Rev. Fr. Nicholas / July 27, 2001
Gregory, Rev. Fr. George / August 15, 2001
Kyriakakis, Rev. Fr. George / August 29, 2001
RECEPTION
Menis, Rev. Fr. Stylianos / April 1, 2001
Petrutiu, Rev. Dn. Teodor / May 18, 2001
Papageorgiou, Rev. Fr. Panayiotis / May 22, 2001
Schutte, Rev. Fr. Dennis / October 1, 2001
Pappas, Rev. Fr. Christos / September 14, 2001
OFFIKIA
Suciu, Rev. Fr. Donat – Economos / January 14, 2001
Magos, Rev. Fr. Milton – Economos / January 21,
2001
Clapsis, Rev. Fr. Emmanuel – Protopresbyter /
May 17, 2001
Dokos, Rev. Fr. James – Protopresbyter /
May 17, 2001
Gordon, Rev. Fr. James S. – Protopresbyter /
May 17, 2001
Maginas, Rev. Fr. Andrew – Protopresbyter /
May 17, 2001
Palesty, Rev. Fr. Paul – Protopresbyter /
May 17, 2001
Pantels, Rev. Fr. Theodore – Protopresbyter /
May 17, 2001
Yanulis, Rev. Fr. Philip – Protopresbyter /
May 17, 2001
Doukas, Rev. Fr. James – Protopresbyter /
June 25, 2001
Kirlangitis, V. Rev. Fr. Frank – Archimandrite /
July 8, 2001
Eaccarino, Rev. Fr. Michael – Economos /
July 27, 2001
Garaboa, V. Rev. Fr. Anastasios – Archimandrite /
October 7, 2001
Listerman, Rev. Fr. Dennis – Economos /
October 14, 2001
Savas, Rev. Fr. George P. – Protopresbyter /
October 14, 2001
Zaferes, Rev. Fr. Thomas J. – Economos /
October 21, 2001
Emroll, Rev. Fr. Mark P. – Economos /
October 25, 2001
Metropoulos, Rev. Fr. Christopher T. – Protopresbyter /
October 26, 2001
Katras, Rev. Fr. Elias J. – Protopresbyter /
November 4, 2001
Serfes, V. Rev. Fr. Nektarios – Archimandrite /
November 4, 2001
Archbishop Demetrios visted Jacksonville and St. Augustine, FL, for the first time to celebrate the
Feast Day of St. Photios. Children from several parishes welcomed His Eminence at the airport.
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ORTHODOX CHAPLAINS
Military Ordinary:
His Eminence Metropolitan Isaiah
(303) 333-7794
Endorsing Agent:
Consultant
Rev. Luke Uhl
Rev. George I. Paulson
(303) 333-7794
CAPT, ChC, USN (Ret)
(757) 422-5600
The Greek Orthodox chaplain is a priest who provides the Holy Mysteries to
Orthodox Christians and who additionally provides pastoral ministry to people
in all walks of life. Some priests serve full-time as chaplains in the armed
forces, whereas other parish priests have assumed additional responsibilities as
chaplains at Veteran’s Administration hospitals, with local police forces, at
prisons, and in hospitals. One of the most significant features of chaplaincy
activity is ministry to individuals other than Orthodox Christians, and the witness
of our Orthodox faith among all Americans.
ARMED FORCES CHAPLAINS
Armed Forces chaplains are highly-qualified priests who (1) integrate the roles
of clergy and commissioned officer, (2) care for Orthodox Christians while
providing for the free exercise of religion by all personnel, and (3) understand
the realities of military life.
VETERANS ADMINISTRATION CHAPLAINS
Veterans Administration chaplains are priests serving within VA facilities who are
aware of the spiritual and moral dimensions which often arise from the anxieties,
problems and fears which accompany illness and disabilities. These chaplains
are also sensitive to the variety of religious and cultural backgrounds of the VA
patients to whom ministry is provided.
PRISON CHAPLAINS
Prison chaplains are priests doing challenging, pastoral ministry with inmates,
staff, and their families. These chaplains provide individual spiritual and personal
counseling, help bring resolution to crisis situations, respond to inmate needs,
and serve as advocates for inmates’ rights.
POLICE CHAPLAINS
Police chaplains minister to members of law enforcement agencies having
spiritual, psychological or emotional problems. Specific duties include: crisis
intervention, death notification, grief counseling, memorial services, victim and
witness assistance, confidential pastoral care, stress management, spiritual
guidance, marriage and family guidance.
OTHER CHAPLAINS
All parish clergy routinely visit patients in hospitals and meet with university
students. Some priests have additional training and have attained qualifications to provide specialized ministry to individuals in these categories.
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ORTHODOX CHAPLAINS
U.S. AIR FORCE CHAPLAINS
Lt. Col. John A. Caparisos USAF-R
(Reserve)
437 AW/HC
107 Arthur Drive
Charleston AFB, SC 29404-5000
843-963-2563
[email protected]
Capt. Peter G. Souritzides USAF-R
(Reserve)
514 AMW/FMFP
2217 West Arnold Ave
McGuire AFB, NJ 08641
609-754-3261
[email protected]
U.S. AIR FORCE CIVIL AIR PATROL
CHAPLAIN
Maj. Theodore Kyritsis CAP-USAF
2280-40 Street, North
Saint Petersburg, FL 33713
727-323-2596
U.S. ARMY CHAPLAINS
None
U.S. ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
CHAPLAINS
None
U.S. NAVY CHAPLAINS
CDR William J. Bartz CHC, USN
(Active Duty)
PSC 558 Box 4077
FPO AP 96375-4077
[email protected]
LCDR John Constantine CHC, USNR-R
(Reserve)
c/o Saint George Greek Orthodox Church
10846 Downey Avenue
Downey, CA 90241
562-862-6461
[email protected]
LCDR Milton Gianulis CHC, USN
(Active Duty)
Naval Training Center
2602-A John Paul Jones
Great Lakes, IL 60088-2845
708-688-3308
[email protected]
LCDR John Kalantzis CHC, USN
(Active Duty)
[email protected]
c/o 106 Independence
NAS Lemoore, CA 93245
559-998-8545
[email protected]
LT Paul P. Panos CHC, USNR-R
(Reserve)
c/o Saint Athanasios Greek Orthodox
Church
51 Paramus Road
Paramus, NJ 97562
201-368-8881
[email protected]
CONTRACT CHAPLAINS
ARIZONA
Rev. Anthony Moschonas
(U.S. Army)
Fort Huachuca
(U.S. Air Force)
Davis Montham AFB
c/o Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox
Church
1145 East Fort Lowell Road
Tucson, AZ 85719
520-888-0505
TEXAS
Rev. Nicholas V. Gamvas
(Navy)
NAS Joint Reserve Base
Dallas, TX
VETERANS ADMINISTRATION
CHAPLAINS
ARIZONA
Rev. Anthony Moschonas
c/o Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox
Church
1145 East Fort Lowell Road
Tucson, AZ 85719
520-888-0505
[email protected]
CALIFORNIA
V.Rev. Michael Rymer
Contract Chaplain
VA Health Care
3801 Miranda (125)
Palo Alto, CA 94304
FLORIDA
Rev. Demosthenes Mekras
V.A. Medical Center
1201 NW 16th Street
Miami, FL 33125
305-324-4455, ext 3258
ILLINOIS
Rev. George E. Philipas
North Chicago VA Medical Center
3001 Green Bay Road
North Chicago, IL 60064
847-688-1900, ext. 83159
Lakeside VA Medical Center
333 East Huron Street
Chicago, IL 60611
312-469-3550
MARYLAND
Rev. Athanasios Demos
c/o Saint George Greek Orthodox Church
7701 Bradley Boulevard
Bethesda, MD 20817
301-469-7990
MASSACHUSETTS
Rev. Christopher P. Foustoukos
VAMC-Boston
150 Huntington Avenue
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130-4893
617-232-9500, ext 5066
[email protected]
Rev. Harry S. Vulopas
VA Hospital
421 North Main Street
Leeds, MA 01053-9764
413-584-4040, ext 2280
MICHIGAN
Rev. Basil Stamas
VA Medical Center
56 W. Dickman Road
Battle Creek, MI 49015
616-375-8389
NEW JERSEY
Rev. James A. Aloupis
VA Hospital
Tremont Avenue
East Orange, NJ
973-676-1000
Rev. Anthony N. Pappas
Lyons Veterans Hospital
Lyons, NJ
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ORTHODOX CHAPLAINS
TEXAS
Rev. Nicholas V. Gamvas
Service: U.S. Navy/Police
Chaplain/Veterans Administration
Status:
c/o Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox
Church
2020 N.W. 21st Street
Fort Worth, TX 76106-8169
817-626-5578
VIRGINIA
Rev. George Chioros
c/o Hampton VA Center
Hampton, VA
[email protected]
PRISON FACILITY CHAPLAINS
CONNECTICUT
Rev. Peter Karloutsos
Federal Corrections Facility
Danbury, CT
[email protected]
FLORIDA
V.Rev. Constantine T. Mersinas
Eglin Federal Prison Camp
Eglin Air Force Base, FL
[email protected]
ILLINOIS
Rev. James Tsoulos
Joliet Correctional Center
P.O. Box 51560432
Joliet, IL 60432
815-727-6141, ext 653
MASSACHUSETTS
Rev. Constantine Bebis
Bristol County Jail and House of
Correction
400 Faunce Corner Road
North Dartmouth, MA 02747
508-995-1311
NEW JERSEY
Rev. Emmanuel Pratsinakis
Federal Prison
Fort Dix, NJ
[email protected]
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NEW YORK
Rev. Emmanuel Mantzouris
New York State Department of
Correctional Services
Ministerial and Family Services
1220 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12226-2050
518-457-8106
[email protected]
Rev. Chris Talleos
Napanock, Otisville Federal, & Sing Sing
Prisons
NY
[email protected]
NORTH CAROLINA
Maj. Theodore Kyritsis CAP-USAF
c/o 401 Queens Road
Charlotte, NC 28207
704-333-6283
POLICE CHAPLAINS
FLORIDA
Rev. Frank M. Kirlangitis
Department Chaplian
Manatee County Sheriff’s Office
515 11 Street West
Bradenton, FL34205
941-747-3011
[email protected]
ILLINOIS
Rev. Christos Vagias
HAPA
P.O. Box 59401
Chicago, IL 60659-0401
312-204-4845
MARYLAND
Rev. Constantine Moralis
Baltimore City Police Department
500 East Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-396-2411
Rev. Louis Noplos
Baltimore City Police
Southeastern Disrtict
410-204-1868
[email protected]
PENNSYLVANIA
Rev. John Anthony Limberakis
Philadelphia Police Department
HALES
[email protected]
TEXAS
Rev. Nicholas V. Gamvas
c/o Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox
Church
2020 N.W. 21st Street
Fort Worth, TX 76106-8169
817-626-5578
Rev. Elias Greer
San Angelo Police Department Chaplain
[email protected]
FIRE DEPARTMENT CHAPLAIN
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Rev. Angelo C. Pappas
City of Portsmouth Fire Department
170 Court Street
Portsmouth, NH 03801
603-427-1515
HOSPICE CHAPLAIN
WISCONSIN
Rev. Joseph J. Tzougros
Waukesha Memorial Hospital
725 American Avenue
Waukesha, WI 53188
262-928-2419
[email protected]
HOSPITAL CHAPLAINS
NEW YORK
Rev. Nicholas Kasemeotes
Mayo Clinic Hospital
Rochester, NY
[email protected]
MASSACHUSETTS
Rev. Harry G. Providakes
Tewksbury Hospital
365 East Street
Tewksbury, MA 01876
978-851-7321 ext 2774
[email protected]
ORTHODOX CHAPLAINS
COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY CHAPLAIN Rev. Dimitrios Kanellopoulos
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Rev. Anastasios Coulouras
Supervisor for Boston Diocese OCF
Ministries
c/o Taxiarcai Greek Orthodox Church
811 Main Street
Laconia, NH 03246
603-524-9415
RETIRED MILITARY CHAPLAINS
Rev. Theofanis Degaitas, LCDR, CHC,
USN,Ret
(United States Navy-Retired)
3628 Harwich Drive
Carlsbad, CA 92008
760-434-8399
[email protected]
(Hellenic Air Force-Retired)
c/o Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox
Church
229 Powell Lane
Upper Darby, PA 19082
610-352-7212
Rev. James D. Moulketis, CAPT, CHC,
USNR, Ret
(United States Navy-Retired)
c/o Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox
Church
467 Grand View Avenue
Wyckoff, NJ 07481
Reverend George Paulson, CAPT,
CHC, USN, Ret
(United States Navy-Retired)
Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church
621 First Colonial Road
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451
757-422-5600
[email protected]
Rev. Constantine P. Rogakos, LCOL,
USA, Ret
(United States Army-Retired)
c/o Annunciation Greek Orthodox
Cathedral
7220 Granby Street
Norfolk, VA 23505
757-440-0500
SOCIAL SERVICES
NATIONAL PHILOPTOCHOS OFFICE
345 East 74th Street
New York, NY 10021
Tel.: (212) 744-4774
Fax: (212) 861-1956
Email: [email protected]
DYNAMIS DOMESTIC
VIOLENCE PROGRAM
Contact: Philoptochos
Social Services
Tel.: (212) 774-4774
HANAC, INC.
Child and Family Couseling
31-14 30 Avenue
Astoria, NY 11102
Tel: (718) 274-9007
HELLENIC FOUNDATION
5700 N. Sheridan Rd.
Chicago, IL 60660
Tel.: (773) 561-0778
HELLENIC FAMILY &
COMMUNITY SERVICES
(Agency of Hellenic Foundation)
6251 W. Touhy
Chicago, IL 60646
Tel.: (312) 631-5222
HELLENIC FAMILY &
COMMUNITY SERVICES
(Agency of Hellenic Foundation)
10150 South Roberts Road
Palos Hills, IL 60465
Tel.: (708) 599-2926
ELPIDES, INC.
Eleni Daniels, President
28-29 Ditmars Blvd.
Astoria, NY 11105
Tel.: (718) 932-2879
Fax: (718) 932-1027
Email: [email protected]
Board of Trustees
of St. Michael’s Home
231
MEDIA/PRINT
RELIGIOUS
Orthodox Observer
Stavros Papagermanos
Managing Editor
8 East 79th Street
New York, NY 10021
(212) 570-3555
Fax: (212) 774-0239
[email protected]
www.observer.goarch.org
The Illuminator
Diocese of Pittsburgh
Angela Bowling
5201 Ellsworth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
(412) 621-5529
Fax: (412) 621-1522
[email protected]
Diocesan News
Diocese of Denver
Rev. Fr. Luke Uhl
Editor
4610 East Alameda Avenue
Suite # D-1
Denver, CO 80246-1301
(303) 333-7794
Fax: (303) 333-7796
[email protected]
Diocesan Voice
Diocese of San Francisco
Rev. Fr. Peter Salmas
Holy Cross Church
900 Alameda de las Pulgas
Belmont, CA 94002
(650) 591-4447
Fax: (650) 508-9846
[email protected]
The Epistle
Retired Clergy Association
Rev. Fr. Nicholas L. Vieron
Editor
573 North Highland Street
Memphis, TN 38122
(901) 323-9530
Fax: (901) 327-4440
[email protected]
Greek Orthodox Theological Review
Holy Cross School of Theology
Rev. Fr. George D. Dragas
Editor
50 Goddard Avenue
Brookline, MA 02445
(617) 850-1221
Fax: (617) 850-1471
[email protected]
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The Orthodox Church in America
V. Rev. Leonid Kishkovsky
Editor
P.O. Box 675
Syosset, NY 11791
(516) 922-0550
Fax: (516) 922-0954
[email protected]
[email protected]
The Church Messenger
Carpatho-Russian Diocese
Rev. Fr. Michael Rosco
Editor
145 Broad Street
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
(732) 826-4442
Fax: (732) 826-5383
[email protected]
The Word
Antiochian Archdiocese
V. Rev. John Abdalah
Editor
358 Mountain Road
Englewood, NJ 07631
(201) 871-1355
Fax: (201) 871-7954
[email protected]
[email protected]
Credinta
Romanian Archdiocese
George Alexe
Editor
19965 Riopelle Street
Detroit, MI 48203
(313) 893-9237
[email protected]
Path of Orthodoxy
Serbian Orthodox Church
Rev. Fr. Rade Merick
English Editor
V. Rev. Nedeljko Lunich
Serbian Editor
PO Box 883
Bridgeport, WV 26330
(740) 264-4809
Fax: (740) 282-0313
Tel./Fax: (815) 741-1023
[email protected]
The Voice of Orthodoxy
Sacred Patriarchal Monastery
Publication
Dr. John Kotsaridis
Editor in Chief
36-04 23rd Avenue
Astoria, NY 11105-1916
(718) 626-6225
Fax: (718) 626-7669
[email protected]
www.stirene.org
Orthodox Christisan Journal
John Kruchok
Editor
10 Downs Drive
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18705
(570) 825-3158
Fax: (570) 825-0136
[email protected]
DAILIES
National Herald
Harilaos H. Daskalothanasis
Managing Editor
41-17 Crescent Street
L.I.C., NY 11101
(718) 784-5255
Fax: (718) 472-0510
[email protected]
WEEKLIES
The Hellenic Voice
Maria Papadopoulos
Editor-in-Chief
209 West Central Street, Suite 120
Natick, MA 01760
(508) 651-9292
Fax: (508) 651-7933
[email protected]
The Greek Star
Diane Lymberopoulos-Adam
Editor
4710 N. Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
(773) 878-7331
Fax: (773) 878-0959
[email protected]
The International Hellenic TribuneTo Pankosmio Elliniko Vima
Athanasios Kourtesis
Publisher/Editor
22-76 Steinway Street
Suite #2
Astoria, NY 11105
(718) 267-8012
Fax: (718) 267-8027
[email protected]
www.hellenictribune.com
MEDIA/PRINT
BI-WEEKLIES
Eseis
Dimitris Kastanas
Publisher
Panicos Panayiotou
Editor
30-97 Steinway Street
Suite 301
Astoria, NY 11103
(718) 626-6200
Fax: (718) 728-3328
[email protected]
www.ngtvonline.com/eseis.htm
Hellenic Journal
Frosene Phillips
Managing Editor
(925) 743-4500
Fax: (925) 743-4599
[email protected]
www.hellenicjournal.org
Hellenic Times
Jim Kapsalis
Editor-in-Chief
823 11th Avenue
New York, NY 10019-3535
(212) 986-6881
Fax: (212) 977-3662
[email protected]
MONTHLIES &
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The AHEPAN
Andrew Kaffes
Director of PR
1909 Q Street, NW
Suite #500
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 232-6300
Fax: (202) 232-2140
[email protected]
www.ahepa.org
Estiator
Peter Makrias
Publisher/Editor
421 7th Avenue
Suite 810
New York, NY 10001
(212) 967-5016
Fax: (212) 643-1642
[email protected]
www.estiatoronline.com
GLOBAL HORIZON
Publisher-G.Manager
Vasilis Lafazanis
41-18 28 Ave
Astoria, NY 11103
(718) 726-4015
Fax (718) 726-4015
[email protected]
Greek-American Review
Peter Makrias
Publisher/Editor
421 7th Avenue
Suite #810
New York, NY 10001
(212) 967-5017
Fax: (212) 643-1642
Greek Chicago Magazine
Gregory C. Pappas
Editor
4330 N Sheridan Rd #1
Chicago, IL 60613
773-549-8026
Fax: 773-549-8025
[email protected]
Greek Boston Magazine
National Office
Helen D. Sampsonis
Editor
53 R Winn St
Burlington, MA 01803
781-229-1941
Fax: 781-229-1954
[email protected]
Greek Pittsburgh Magazine
Angela Pappas
Editor
227 Chickasaw Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
412-630-8690
Fax: 781-229-1954
[email protected]
Greece: A News Review
Embassy of Greece
Press and Information Office
2211 Massachusetts Avenue
Washington, DC 20008
(202) 332-2727/8
Fax: (202) 265-4931
[email protected]
www.greekembassy.org/press
Greek-American Herald
George Caloneros
Publisher/Editor
P.O. Box 840905
Pembroke Pines, FL 33084
(954) 797-7551
Fax: (954) 797-9448
[email protected]
Greek Press-Ellinikos Typos
Aris Angelopoulos
Editor
P.O. Box 99
Wood Dale, IL 60191
(630) 766-2955
Fax: (630) 766-3069
The Hellenic Calendar
Steve Pastis
Editor and Publisher
2474 N. Grand Avenue
PMB 250
Santa Ana, CA 92705
(714) 550-9933
Fax: (714) 550-9696
[email protected]
www.helleniccalendar.com
Hellenic Echo of Florida
George Karidis,Editor
3082 Park Lane
Palm Harbour,FL 34683
727) 669-0398
Fax: (727) 726-5468
E-mail: [email protected]
Hellenic News of America
Pavlos Kotrotsios
Founder/Publisher
26 West Chester Pike
Havertown, PA 19083
(610) 446-1463
Fax: (610) 446-3189
[email protected]
www.hellenicnews.com
KPHTH - Pancretan Association
of America
George Terezakis
Editor
30-43 36th Street
Astoria, NY 11103
(718) 721-6312
Fax: (718) 721-9149
ODYSSEY Magazine
Gregory Maniatis
Founder
1790 Broadway
Suite 716
New York, NY 10019
(212) 977-6719
Fax: (212) 977-5495
Omogeneia Greek-American
News & Sports Review
Nicholas Notaridis
Publisher/Editor
Tel: (631) 249-4540
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CORRESPONDENTS
Alexandra Spyridaki
Kyriakatiki Eleftherotypia
35 Depeyster Avenue
Tenafly, NJ 07670
(201) 871-8620
Fax: (201) 567-0799
[email protected]
Mirella Georgiadou
Athens News Agency
1991 Broadway
#21C
New York, NY 10023
Tel: (212) 501-7838
Apostolos Zoupaniotis
ERA 5 RADIO
TEMPO TV-Athens
56-38 Bell Blvd
Flushing, NY 11364
(718) 225-6702
Fax: (718) 428-5947
Lambros Papantoniou
Eleftheros Typos, Flash 96.1
Radio Thessaloniki
PO Box 2391
Washington, DC 20013
Tel./Fax/Mobile: (202) 675-0697
[email protected]
Demetris Dimas
Eleftherotypia
PO Box 19214
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Fax: (301) 765-6062
Konstantina Giannoutsou
Eleftherotypia
9.58 & 102 FM RADIO
Epiloges-Magazine
919 Park Pl, #2E
Brooklyn, NY 11213
(718) 467-1375
[email protected]
Thomas Ellis
Kathimerini, ATN I TV
Athens News Agency (ANA)
2500 Q St, Apt 309
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 944-9825 Cel:(202) 669-2470
Fax: (202) 944-9826
[email protected]
Demetrios A. Filios
ERT-RADIO
470 Prospect Ave
Brooklyn, 11215
(718) 788-2517
Fax: (718) 832-3364
[email protected]
Athina Krikeli-Comodromou
Lumiere TV Cyprus-Sigma TV Cyprus
73 Maple Ave-Hackensack, NJ 07601
(201) 362-5566 (201) 342-9296
[email protected]
www.athens2004.tv
Michalis Ignatiou
Ethnos, MEGA Channel
2130 P St NW #917
Washington, DC 20037
Tel: (202) 223-8677
Fax: (202) 223-8678
[email protected]
Dimitris Panagos
Greek American News Photo Agency
Athens News Agency (Photographer)
37 Field Ave
Hicksville, NY 11801
(516) 931-2333
Fax: (516) 939-0590
Mobile: (516) 250-5838
[email protected]
www.panagos.com
Media interview Archbishop Demetrios at Ground Zero.
Rebekka Papadopoulos
Macedonian Press Agency
NGTV(National Greek TV)
37 Field Ave
Hicksville, NY 11801
(516) 931-2333
Fax: (516) 939-0590
[email protected]
Dimitris Papagiannakis
Hellenic Press Agency
Nea Ellada Newspaper
950 Knollwood Dr
Dunedin, FL 36498
Tel/Fax: (727) 734-2829
[email protected]
web:www.hellenicpress.com
Panicos Panagiotou
Fileleftheros (Cyprus), To Vima
5608 212 St
Bayside, NY 11364
(718) 626-6200
Fax: (718) 728-3328
[email protected]
Fotis Papagermanos
Planet FM Radio
146-34 Georgia Rd
Flushing, NY 11355
Fax: (718) 463-1745
Mobile: (347) 210-8532
[email protected]
Dimitris Apokis
To Vima, Greek TV (NET)
4201 Massachusetts Avenue
NW #A249C
Washington, DC 20016
(202) 686-2522
Fax: (202) 686-0767
Mobile: (202) 489-6578
[email protected]
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RADIO
INTERNET
Orthodox Christian Network
Come Receive the Light
Rev. Fr. Chris Metropulos
815 N.E. 15th Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33304
Tel: (954) 467-1515
Fax: (954) 467-0312
www.receive.org
The Voice of the
Greek Orthodox Church
His Grace Bishop Vikentios
27-09 Crescent Street
Astoria, NY 11102
Tel: (718) 626-5111
Fax: (718) 626-1398
CALIFORNIA
Savas Deligiorgis
Hellenic American Broadcast
KVTO
2365 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
Tel: (415) 282-2237
Fax: (415) 282-4250
DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA
Voice of America Greek Desk
330 Independence Ave., SW
Washington, D.C. 20009
Attn: Anna Karayianopoulos
FLORIDA
St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church
Come Receive the Light
Rev. Fr. Chris Metropulos
815 N.E. 15th Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33304
Tel: (954) 467-1515
Fax: (954) 467-0312
Angelos & Sotirios Angelatos
Greek Voice Radio
International Radio
WPSO AM
109 Bayview Blvd.
Oldsmar, FL 34677
Tel: (727) 725-5555
Fax: (727) 724-5997
George Calonaros
Radio Ellada
WEGK 103.9FM
P.O. Box 840905
Pembrook Pines, FL 33084
Tel: (954) 797-7551
Fax: (954) 797-9448
email: [email protected]
Vangelis Lontides
Ellinikoi Antilaloi
WLVU 1470
950 Knollwood Dr.
Dunedin, FL 34698
Tel.: (727) 734-2829
ILLINOIS
Tom & Katina Chiampas
Hellenic American Radio Hour
5431 North Nagle
Chicago, IL 60630
Tel.: (773) 775-6577
John Diamantis
Athens Greek Radio Program
WSBC
528 West Wrightwood
Chicago, IL 60614
Tel.: (773) 281-7461
Fax: (773) 281-8929
Athanasia K. Drakoulis
Hellenic Communications
WHCI-FM 107.5
2500 N. Harlem Avenue
Elmwood Park, IL 60707
Tel.: (708) 583-8300
Fax: (708) 583-8833
Vicky Kournetas,
Constantine Stamatakos
Hellenic Heartbeats
WONX
721 New Castle Dr.
Lake Forest, IL 60045
Tel.: (847) 234-8676
Fax: (773) 247-0072
Vicky Kournetas
Constantine Stamatakos
Orthodox Spiritual Dialogues
WEEF
721 New Castle Drive
Lake Forest, IL 60045
Tel: (847) 234-8676
Fax: (773) 247-0072
Sotiris & Paula Rekoumis
The Chicago Greek Hour
WEEF-AM
7902 Maple Street
Morton Grove, IL 60053
Tel: (847) 967-8798
MASSACHUSETTS
Diocese of Boston Radio Program
WNTN-AM
162 Goddard Avenue
Brookline, MA 02146
Tel: (617) 277-4742
Peter Cakridas
Greek Voice of Boston
WUNR
243 Quincy Shore Drive
Quincy, MA 02171
Tel: (617) 328-1328
Fax: (617) 472-8643
Theodore Demetriades
Grecian Echoes
WNTN-AM
10 Elaine Court
Scituate, MA 02060
Tel: (781) 5455757
email: [email protected]
Pericles Diamantopoulos
Odyssey
WUNR
164 Massachusetts Avenue
Arlington, MA 02474
Tel: (781) 641-1560
Fax: (781) 641-4612
email: [email protected]
Angelo & Fofo Evmorfopoulos
North-Shore Greek American Comedy
Show
WNSH
2-5 Ledgewood Way
Peabody, MA 01960
Tel: (978) 535-5937
Alex Kontis
Athenian Time
WVNR
24 Central Square
Cambridge, MA 02139
Tel.& Fax: (617) 876-3970
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RADIO AND TELEVISION
Oscar Papanastasiou
Soul of Greece
WNTN
427 Union Street
Lynn, MA 01901
Tel: (617) 592-3050
Fax: (617) 595-9939
Liza Pappas
Hellenic Hour with Liza
WTCC-FM
51 Virginia Street
Springfield, MA 01108
Tel: (413) 732-3698
Athanasios Vulgaropulos
Greek Cultural Program of Boston
WNTN-AM
26 Tudor Street
Waltham, MA 02541
Tel: (781) 894-7666
MARYLAND
John S. & Nitsa Morekas
Greek American Radio Hour
WBMD-AM
4704 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224
Tel: (410) 675-4100
Fax: (410) 563-0201
Mimis Tsintolas
The Greek Family Hour
WUST 1120
900 McCeney Avenue
Silver Springs, MD 20901
Tel: (301) 593-2229
Fax: (301) 593-3520
Steve Yianakis
Hellenic Melody Hour
WBMD
4717 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224
Tel.: (410) 342-6900
Fax: (410) 342-7058
MICHIGAN
George Bourkoulas
Detroit Greek
22313 Mack Avenue
St. Claire Shores, MI 48080
Tel: (810) 445-8585
Fax: (810) 445-6194
email: [email protected]
236
George & Nina Contis
Greek Melodies Radio Program
PO Box 7742
Ann Arbor, MI 48107
WKOB-AM
414 Stark Avenue
Endewell, NY 13760
Tel: (607) 658-1002
Yiannis Zois
Greek Radio Program
17747 Palmer Ave.
Melvindale, MI 48122
Tel: (312) 928-0786
Fax: (313) 965-4544
Antenna Satellite Radio
645 Fifth Avenue, Suite 400
New York, NY 10022
Tel.: (212) 688-5475
Fax: (212) 688-8136
MINNESOTA
Rev. Fr. Anthony Coniaris
St. Mary's Epistle"
WCCO
3450 Irving Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55408
MISSOURI
Chris Chronopoulos
Elliniki-Ora
KSTL-AM
5732 Mardel
St. Louis, MO 63109
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Andrew Glimenakis
WKBK AM 1220
The Greek Voice
37 Sweeney Road
Keene, NH 03431
Tel: (603) 357-2964
Fax: (603) 352-9429
NEW JERSEY
George Burlotos
Pan Hellenic Hour
WTEL-AM
496 N. King's Hwy, Ste. 126
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
Tel. (856) 414-9299
Fax: (856) 482-5688
NEW YORK
His Grace Bishop Vikentios
The Voice of the
Greek Orthodox Church
27-09 Crescent Street
Astoria, NY 11102
Tel: (718) 626-5111
Fax: (718) 626-1398
Steve Anastos
Greek American Program
Eleni Daniels
Hellenic Public Radio-Cosmos FM
(a production of GAEPIS, Inc.)
WNYE 91.5 FM
59 Schermerhorn Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Tel.: (718) 488-9500
Fax: (718) 722-7886
[email protected]
Manos Galanis
Hellenic Harmonies
WGBB 1240AM
20-12 20th Street
Astoria, NY 11105
Tel: (718) 728-6114
Fax: (718) 728-6188
Athanasios Kourtesis
Hellas Radio
22-76 Steinway Street
Astoria, NY 11105
Tel: (718) 267-8300
Fax: (718) 267-8027
[email protected]
Elena Maroulleti
AKTINA Radio Program
WNYE 91.5FM
23-50 27th Street
Astoria, NY 11105
Tel: (718) 545-1151
Fax: (718) 545-1303
Nellie Savoulidou
The Sounds of Love
1260 AM
48-18 59th Place
New York, 11377
Voicemail: (718) 565-2515
Tom Truman
The Hellenic Voice
518 Windermere Blvd.
RADIO AND TELEVISION
Amherst, NY 14226
Tel: 716-836-8645
Fax: (716) 848-9518
NORTH CAROLINA
Rev. Fr. S. Theodore Kyritsis
The G/O Church Radio Pulpit
401 Queens Road
Charlotte, NC 28207
Tel.: (704) 333-6283
OHIO
Pete Catavolos
International Hellenic Hour
1265 West 108th Street
Cleveland, OH 44102-1513
Tel: (216) 651-9175
Fax: (216) 651-9175
James Georgiades
Dimitr's Greek Radio Show
4908 Pearl Road
Suite 2B
Cleveland, OH 44109
Tel.: (216) 749-6713
Fax: (216) 749-6844
Rev. Fr. Jerry Hall
Treasures of Orthodoxy
WAKR 1590 AM
129 S. Union
Akron, OH 44304
Tel: (330) 434-0000
Fax: (330) 434-9441
email: [email protected]
Maria P. Karlatiras
The Hellenic Corner
WCCD 1000AM
18101 Potomac Drive
Strongsville, OH 44136
Tel: (440) 572-3488
Hotline: (216) 901-1193
email:[email protected]
Dr. James Kiriazis
Hellenic Programs
WKTL-FM 90.7
444 Westgate Boulevard
Youngstown, OH 44515
Tel: (330) 792-4596
e-mail: [email protected]
Dr. Costas Sarantopoulos
Greek Hour
WKTL-FM
330 Park Avenue
Youngstown, OH 44504
Tel: (330)755-1435
Fax: (330)755-4525
PENNSYLVANIA
Mike & Aliki Andrews
Greek Hour of Pittsburgh
WEDO
3107 Eastview Road
Bethel Park, PA 15102
Tel. & Fax: (412) 833-4596
email: [email protected]
Kostas Zidros
RadioCosmos
7922 West Chester Pike
Upper Darby, PA 19082
Tel: (610-924-0101
Fax: (610)924-0186
email: [email protected]
RHODE ISLAND
Lakis Andriotis
Voice of Greece
WRIB
282 Tiffany Avenue
Warwick, RI 02889
Tel.: (401) 737-3660
Fax: (401) 463-7333
email: [email protected]
WEST VIRGINIA
Pamela Makricosta
Athenian Radio Program
34-45 Orchard Street
Weirton, WV 26062
WISCONSIN
Michael Stasinoulias
Greek Melody Hour
160 A North 75th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53213
TELEVISION
ALABAMA
Rev. Fr. Demetrios Kehagias
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
1721 Mt. Meigs Road
Montgomery, AL 36107
Tel.: (334) 263-1366
Fax: (334) 263-1365
CONNECTICUT
Ilias Tomazos
The Hellenic Hour
Hellenic Society: Paideia
14 Newell Avenue
Bristol, CT 06010
Tel.: (860) 583-5643
Fax: (860) 429-8518
FLORIDA
Angelos & Sotirios Angelatos
Channel 48
109 Bayview Blvd, Suite A
Oldsmar, FL 34677
Tel: (813) 814-2575
ILLINOIS
Dr. Ernest Panos
Grecian Spotlight
Panos Productions
775 W. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60661
Tel.: (312) 906-8888
Fax: (312) 906-8118
[email protected]
Vicky Kournetas
Hellenic Heartbeat
WFBT-TV
721 New Castle Road
Lake Forest, IL 60045
Tel: (847) 234-8676
Fax: (847) 247-0072
Sundays 3:00-5:00 pm
MASSACHUSETTS
Steve G. Demos
Grecian Melodies
24 Briarcliff Road
Brockton, MA 02301
Tel. (home): (508) 584-0441
Fax: (617) 478-7888
[email protected]
Stephen S. Kalivas
Orthodox TV Program of
Peabody-Lynnfield Cablevision
5 Paleologos Street
Peabody, MA 01960
978-531-0777
Fax: (978) 538-9522
[email protected]
[email protected]
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RADIO AND TELEVISION
NEW JERSEY
George Burlotos
The Greek Spirit
496 N. King'sHwy Ste. 126
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
Tel. (856) 414-9299
Fax: (856) 482-5688
Maria Comodromos
Ellopia - TV Productions
73 Maple Avenue
Hackensack, NJ 08034
2013625566
2013429296
[email protected]
Antenna Satellite TV
645 Fifth Avenue
Suite 406
New York, NY 10022
Tel: (212) 688-5475
Fax: (212) 688-8136
Dimitris Amperiadis
Kyriakos Lagos
Interface Productions
WNYE Channel 25
146-25 35th Avenue
Flushing, NY 11354
Tel: (718) 939-4838
Fax: (718) 886-3783
Bishop Vikentios of Apameia
Voice of Orthodoxy
NGTV Channel 95
Astoria, NY 11105
Tel: (718) 626-6225
Fax: (718) 626-7667
Demetris Kastanas
National Greek TV
Channel 95 & 80
30-97 Steinway Street
Suite 206, Astoria, NY 11103
Tel: (718) 726-0900
Fax: (718) 728-3328
[email protected]
Marissa P. Costidis
GOTelecom
8 East 79th Street
New York, NY 10021
Tel: (212) 570-3588
Fax: (212) 774-0223
[email protected]
Elias Neofytides
Macedonian TV of USA
22-63 46th Street
Astoria, NY 11105
Tel: (718) 956-4523
fax: (718) 747-0489
[email protected]
NEW YORK
Mike Zapitis
Thalia Moshakos
Hellenic Voice
22-74 31st Street
Astoria, NY 11105
Tel: (718) 274-5100
Fax: (718) 274-3026
Maria Papadatos
WNYX-TV 39
18-08 21st Avenue
Astoria, New York 11105
Tel: (718) 777-0846 or
(718) 274-1976
PENNSYLVANIA
George Burlotos
The Greek Spirit
496 N. King's Hwy Ste. 126
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
Tel: (856) 414-9299
Fax: (856) 482-5688
TEXAS
Fred Iconos
Greek Corner
Access TV
6210 Creek Bend Drive
Houston, TX 77096-5621
tel: (713) 218-7123
fax: (713) 218-7010
[email protected]
Nicholas Royce of Hollywood,CA,
long-time promoter of Orthodox
Christianity in the media, accepts the
GOTelecom Award from the Southern
California Motion Picture Council, the
Golden Halo Award of Excellence for
Decades of Faith:The Greek Orthodox
Archdiocese in America -1860-2000.
Nicholas is shown with actress
Margaret O’Brien, both of whom
were honored with individual awards.
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RELIGIOUS MEDIA RESOURCES
PRINT
National
ASSOCIATED PRESS
Richard Ostling, Religion Writer
50 Rockefeller Plaza, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10020
(212) 621-7903
Fax: (212) 621-7529
E-mail: [email protected]
RELIGIOUS NEWS SERVICE (RNS)
Kevin Eckstrom,
National Correspondent
1101 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Suite 350
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 383-7864
Fax: (202) 463-0033
E-mail:
[email protected]
RELIGION NEWSWRITERS
ASSOCIATION (RNA)
Debra L. Mason, Executive Director
88 West Plum Street
Westerville, OH 43081-2019
(614) 891-9001
Fax: (618) 823-1841
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http://rna.org
NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO (NPR)
Duncan Moon, Religion Correspondent
635 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001-3753
Tel: (202)513-2186
Fax: (202)513-3068
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.npr.org
RELIGION IN THE NEWS
Andrew Walsh, Managing Editor
Trinity College
300 Summit Street
Hartford, CT 06106
(860) 297-5354
Fax: (860) 297-5125
E-mail: [email protected]
USA TODAY
Cathy Linn Grossman, Religion Writer
Tel: (703) 276-3778
Fax: (703) 276-6580
E-mail: [email protected]
NEW YORK TIMES
Gustav Niebuhr, Religion Writer
229 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
(212) 556-7889
Fax: (212) 556-7614
E-mail: [email protected]
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Charles Bell, Religion Writer
450 West 33rd Street
New York, NY 10001
(212) 210-1596
Fax: (212) 210-2203
NEW YORK NEWSDAY
Paul Moses, Religion Writer
80-02 Kew Gardens Rd. 4th Fl.
Kew Gardens, NY11415
Tel: (718) 575-2545
Fax (718) 793-6422
E-mail: [email protected]
THE WASHINGTON POST
Bill Broadway, Staff Writer
1150 15th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20071
(202) 334-4424
Fax: (202) 334-5670
E-mail: [email protected]
WASHINGTON TIMES
Larry Witham
3600 New York Ave., NE
Washington, DC 2002-1996
(202) 636-3302
E-mail: [email protected]
U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT
Jeffrey Sheler, Religion Writer
2400 N. St. NW
Washington, DC 20037-1153
(757) 397-2160
E-mail: [email protected]
CHRISTIANITY TODAY
Tony Carnes, Senior News Writer
51-26 Manilla St.
Elmhurst, NY 11373
Tel/Fax (212) 656-1670
E-mail: [email protected]
Diocese of Atlanta
ATLANTA JOURNAL CONSTITUTION
Gayle White, Religion Editor
72 Marietta St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30303-2804
(404) 526-5388
Fax: (404) 526-5509
E-mail: [email protected]
ORLANDO SENTINEL
Mark Pinsky, Religion Writer
633 N. Orange Ave.
Orlando, FL 32801-1349
(407) 420-5589
Fax: (407) 420-5350
E-mail: [email protected]
ST. PETERSBURG TIMES
Mark Wilson, Religion Writer
P.O. Box 1121
St. Petersburg, FL 33731-1121
(813) 445-4206
Fax: (813) 445-4206
E-mail: [email protected]
TAMPA TRIBUNE
Michelle Bearden, Religion Reporter
202 S. Parker
Tampa, FL 33606-2395
(813) 259-7613
E-mail: [email protected]
Diocese of Boston
BOSTON GLOBE
Michael Paulson, Religion Reporter
135 Morrissey Boulevard
P.O. Box 2378
Boston, MA 02107-2378
(617) 929-3050
Fax: (617) 929-8328
E-mail: [email protected]
THE HARTFORD COURANT
Jerry Renner, Religion Writer
285 Broad Street
Hartford, CT 06115
(203) 241-6607
Fax: (860) 241-3865
E-mail: [email protected]
PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-BULLETIN
Richard Dujardin,
Religion Editor
75 Fountain Street
Providence, RI 02902-0050
(401) 277-7384
Fax: (401) 277-7346
E-mail: [email protected]
Diocese of Chicago
CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Steve Kloehn
(312) 222-5994
E-mail: [email protected]
Dan Mihalopoulos,Reporter
(312) 622-5948
[email protected]
436 North Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 606-4641
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RELIGIOUS MEDIA RESOURCES
CHICAGO SUN-TIMES
Ernie Tucker, Religion Writer
401 N. Wabash
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 321-3000
Fax: (312) 321-3084
SALT LAKE TRIBUNE
Peggy Stack
143 S. Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84111-1917
(801) 237-2045
Fax: 801-521-9418
CHRISTIAN CENTURY
John Dart
12122 Bowmore
Northridge, CA 91326
Fax: (818) 366-9734
E-mail: [email protected]
Diocese of Detroit
Diocese of Pittsburgh
ELECTRONIC
CINCINNATI POST
Stephen Huba, Religion Writer
125 East Court St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 352-2717
Fax: (513) 621-3962
E-mail: [email protected]
Diocese of Denver
CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER
Alex Machaskee, President & Publisher
E-mail: [email protected]
David Briggs, Religion Editor
E-mail: [email protected]
1801 Superior Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
(216) 999-4812
Fax: (216) 999-6375
DALLAS MORNING NEWS
Deborah Caldwell, Religion Writer
1048 Basilwood Dr.
Coppell, TX 75019-6365
Fax: (214) 977-7997
E-mail: [email protected]
PITTSBURGH POST GAZETTE
Ann Rodgers Melnick
34 Blvd. of the Allies
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-1204
(412) 263-1416
Fax: (412) 263?2014
FAITH & VALUES MEDIA
National Interfaith Cable Coalition
74 Trinity Place
New York, NY 100067
(212) 406-4121
Fax:(212)-406-4105
Edward J. Murray, President & CEO
E-mail:
[email protected]
Web: faithandvalues.com
FORT WORTH STAR TELEGRAM
Jim Jones, Religion Editor
4032 Ridgles Country Club #905
Fort Worth, TX 76126
(817) 390-7707
Fax: (817) 390-7789
Diocese of
New Jersey
HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Richard Vara, Religion Editor
801 Texas Avenue
Houston,TX 77002
(713) 220-7659
Fax: (713) 220-7410
Email: [email protected]
DENVER POST
Virginia Culver
P.O. 1709
Denver, CO 808201-1709
(303) 820-1233
Fax: (303) 820-1369
DESERET NEWS
Lois Collins, Religion Writer
P.O Box 1257
Salt Lake City, UT 84110
(801) 237-2100
Fax: (801) 237-2121
ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL
Harry Moskos, Consultant
P.O. Drawer J-T
Albuquerque, NM 87103
E-mail: [email protected]
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STAR-LEDGER
David Gibson, Religion Writer
One Star-Ledger Plaza
Newark, NJ 07102-1200
(973) 392-1547
Fax: (973)392-5845
E-mail: [email protected]
Diocese of
San Francisco
LOS ANGELES TIMES
Larry B. Stammer, Religion Writer
Times Mirror Square
Los Angeles, CA 90053
(213) 237-7031
E-mail: [email protected]
SAN FRANCICO CHRONICLE
Don Lattin, Staff Writer
901 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 777-8479
SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE
Sandi Dolbee, Religion Writer
P.O.Box 191
San Diego, CA 93101-2247
(619) 293-2082
Fax: (619) 293-1896
E-mail: [email protected]
THE HALLMARK CHANNEL
12700 Ventura Blvd., Suite 200
Studio City, CA 91604
(818) 755-2400
Web: Hallmarkchannel.com
RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY
(PBS)
133 H Street, NW - 6th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
Robert Abernathy, Producer/Host
Kim A. Lawton, Managing Editor
(202) 216-2384
Fax: (202 408-0608
E-mail: [email protected]
BELIEFNET.COM
Steven Waldman, Co-Founder/Editor
115 East 25th St., Suite 400
New York, NY 10010
(212) 533-1400
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http:/beliefnet.com
ORTHODOXNEWS.COM
Orthodox Christian News Service, Inc.
1802 N. Carson St., Suite 2162
Carson City, NV 89701
(775) 544-3621
Fax: (775) 887-0738
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.Orthodoxnews.com
WORLDWIDE FAITH NEWS
George Conklin
Project Director
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.wfn.org
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EMBASSIES & CONSULAR OFFICES
OF GREECE
Embassy of Greece
2221 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
Tel.: (202) 939-5800
Fax: (202) 939-5824
Web: http://www.greekembassy.org
Consular Office
2211 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
Tel.: (202) 939-5818
Fax: (202) 234-2803
Greek Press and Information
2211 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
Tel.: (202) 332-2727
Fax: (202) 265-4931
Email: [email protected]
Office of the Commercial
and Economic Counselor
2211 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
Tel.: (202) 332-2844
Fax: (202) 328-3105
Economic Attaché Office
2211 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
Tel.: (202) 745-7100
Fax: (202) 265-4291
Office of the Educational
Counselor
2211 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
Tel.: (202) 332-3196
Fax: (202) 332-7656
Defense Attaché Office
2228 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
Tel.: (202) 234-5695
Fax: (202) 232-2605
Naval Attaché Office
2228 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
Tel.: (202) 332-8145
Tel.: (202) 332-8222
Fax: (202) 232-2605
Airforce Naval Attaché
2228 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
Tel.: (202) 234-0561
Fax: (202) 232-4422
Permanent Greek Mission
to the United Nations
866 2nd Ave.
13th Floor
New York, NY 10017
Tel.: (212) 888-6900
Fax: (212) 888-4440
Fax: (212) 888-4449
Email: [email protected]
Consulate General of Greece
69 East 79th Street
New York, NY 10021
Tel.: (212) 988-5500 x11
Fax: (212) 734-8492
Email: [email protected]
Greek Press and
Information Office
55 East 59th Street
24th Floor
New York, NY 10022
Tel.: (212) 751-8788
Fax: (212) 752-2056
Email: [email protected]
Greek Mercantile Marine
Marine Office
29 Broadway
Suite 2300
New York, NY 10006
Tel.: (212) 425-5764 x6
Fax: (212) 425-3795
Greek Trade Center
150 East 58th Street
Suite 1701
New York, NY 10155
Tel.: (212) 751-2404
Fax: (212) 593-2278
Email: [email protected]
National Tourist Organization
of Greece
645 5th Ave.
New York, NY 10022
Tel.: (212) 421-5777
Fax: (212) 826-6940
Web: http://www.gnto.gr
Email: [email protected]
Consulate General of Greece
650 N. St. Clair Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611
Tel.: (312) 335-3915 x7
Tel.: (312) 335-8848
Fax: (312) 335-3958
Consulate General of Greece
2441 Gough Street
San Francisco, CA 94123
Tel.: (415) 775-2102 x4
Fax: (415) 776-6815
Consulate General of Greece
86 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02108
Tel.: (617) 523-0100
Tel.: (617) 523-1083
Tel.: (617) 523-1185
Tel.: (617) 523-1260
Fax: (617) 523-0511
Email: [email protected]
Greek Press and Information
86 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02108
Tel.: (617) 523-0329
Fax: (617) 523-0477
Consulate of Greece
World Trade Center
2 Canal Street, Suite 2318
New Orleans, LA 70130
Tel.: (504) 523-1167
Fax: (504) 524-9706
Email: [email protected]
Consulate of Greece
Tower Place, Suite 1670
3340 Peachtree Road, N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30326
Tel.: (404) 261-3313
Tel.: (404) 261-3391
Tel.: (404) 261-9923
Fax: (404) 262-2798
Email: [email protected]
Consulate General of Greece
1360 Post Oak Blvd., Suite 2480
Houston, TX 77056
Tel.: (713) 840-7522
Fax: (713) 840-0614
Email: [email protected]
Consulate General of Greece
12424 Wilshire Blvd.
Suite 800
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Tel.: (310) 826-5555
Tel.: (310) 826-7680
Tel.: (310) 826-8910
Fax: (310) 826-8670
Email: [email protected]
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EMBASSIES & CONSULAR OFFICES
OF CYPRUS
Embassy of Cyprus
2111 R Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20008
Tel.: (202) 462-5772
Fax: (202) 483-6710
Cyprus Trade Center
13 East 40th Street
New York, NY 10016
Tel.: (212) 213-9100
Fax: (212) 213 2918
Press & Information Office
2211 R Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20008
Tel.: (202) 232-8993
Fax: (202) 234-1936
Cyprus Maritime Office
13 East 40th Street
New York, NY 10016
Tel.: (212) 686 6016
Fax: (212) 477-1988
Consulate General of the
Republic of Cyprus
13 East 40th Street
New York, NY 10016
Tel.: (212) 686-6016
Fax: (212) 447-1988
Permanent Mission of Cyprus
to the United Nations
13 East 40th Street
New York, NY 10016
Tel.: (212) 686-6016
Fax: (212) 689-5716
Cyprus Tourism Organization
13 East 40th Street
New York, NY 10016
Tel.: (212) 683-5280
Fax: (212) 683-5282
Press & Information Office
13 East 40th Street
New York, NY 10016
Tel.: (212) 686-6013
Fax: (212) 689-5716
Archbishop Demetrios, Ambassador Philon, Ambassador Erato Kozakou-Markouli, Senator
Paul Sarbanes and Ambassdor Michael Sotirhos at the swearing in of the new Ambasssador
to Greece of the United States Thomas Miller.
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BYZANTINE, CLASSICS & MODERN GREEK
STUDIES PROGRAMS
Listed below are the institutions which responded to the MGSA 1993-94 survey of Modern Greek
Studies. Other programs are added to this list as the relevant information is received by the Association.
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47303
Tel: (317) 285-8700) Fax: (317) 286-2991
Sponsoring Department: History
Established: 1969
Director: John T. A. Koumoulides,
Professor of History
Level: Non-degree program in Greek history and culture
Boston College
Carney Hall, Chestnut Hill, MA 02167
Tel: (617) 552-3664
Sponsoring Department: Classical Studies
Established: 1984
Director: Dia M. L. Philippides,
Professor of Classical Studies
Level: Certificate in Modern Greek Studies
Boston University
745 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA 02215
Tel: (617) 353-2427 Fax: (617) 353-7369
Sponsoring Department: Classics
Established: 1975
Director: Ms. Georgia Stathopoulou, Lecturer
Level: B.A.
Brown University
Box N, Providence, Rhode Island 02912
Tel: (401) 863-2131 Fax: (401) 863-1040
Sponsoring Department: Committee of Modern Greek Studies
Established: language instruction in 1972; instruction in
Modern Greek literature and history in 1995
Directing Committee: Konstantine Dafermos (Mathematics),
David Konstan (Classics), Newell Stultz (Associate Dean
of the Faculty), William F. Wyatt (Classics)
Level: B.A.
Columbia University
Kimon A. Doukas Chair, 515 Hamilton Hall, MC 2873,
1130 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10027
Tel: (212) 854-2189) Fax: (212) 854-7856
E-mail: [email protected]
Sponsoring Department: Program in Hellenic Studies,
Classics
Established: 1987
Director: Karen Van Dyck, Associate Professor of Modern
Greek Language & Literature
Level: B. A. Concentration in Modern Greek Studies
Cornell University
Goldwin Smith 120, Ithaca, NY 14853
Tel: (607) 255-8334 Fax: (607) 255-1454
Sponsoring Department: Classics
Established: 1978
Director: Jeffrey Rusten, Professor of Classics
Level: Undergraduate elective courses
Harvard University
George Seferis Chair, 319 Boylston Hall,
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
(617) 495-5216 Fax: (617) 496-6720
Sponsoring Department: Classics in collaboration with
Anthropology, Comparative Literature, inter-disciplinary
programs in Folklore & Mythology, Study of Religion,
Women’s Studies
Established: 1978
Director:
Level: B.A. in Modern Greek & Classics, special
concentrations in Modern Greek & Anthropology;
Ph.D. in Modern Greek, Modern Greek with Byzantine
Greek, Comparative Literature, Anthropology; Certificate,
language competence in Modern Greek; Extension
School: B.A.
Hellenic College
50 Goddard Avenue, Brookline, MA 02146
(617) 731-3500
Sponsoring Department: Greek Studies
Established: 1968
Director: Aristotle Michopoulos, Professor of Greek and
Greek-American Studies
Level: B.A. in Modern Greek Studies;
Certificate in Modern Greek Studies
Kent State University
Kent, OH 44242
Tel: (216) 672-7980 Fax: (216) 672-4025
Sponsoring Department: History, Modern and Classical
Language Studies
Director: Victor Papacosma, Professor of History (Greece,
Balkans, Europe)
Level: Certificate in Hellenic Studies (ancient to modern)
Loyola Marymount University
Los Angeles, CA 90045-8400
Basil P. Caloyeras Center for Modern Greek Studies
Tel: (310) 338-4463 Fax: (310) 338-1947
Established: 1971 by Prof. Hugh Gray
Director: Demetrios Liappas, Modern Language Department
Level: Minor in Modern Greek Studies
New School for Social Research
66 West 12th Street, New York, NY
Tel: (212) 229-5676 Fax: (212) 229-5679
Sponsoring Department: Foreign Languages
Established:
Director: Linda Rodrigues, Professor of Languages
Level: Undergraduate elective courses
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New York University
726 Broadway, Rm. 634, New York, NY 10003
Tel: (212) 998-3990 Fax: (212) 998-3985
Sponsoring Department: Alexander S. Onassis Program in
Hellenic Studies
Established: 1988
Administrator: Ms. Dana Epstein
Level: B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Ohio State University
414 University Hall, 230 N. Oval Mall,
Columbus, OH 43210
Tel: (614) 292-2744 Fax: (614) 292-7835
Sponsoring Department: Greek and Latin
Director: Gregory Jusdanis, Professor of Modern Greek
Established: 1975
Level: B.A., M.A., Ph.D. in Modern Greek, in Greek
(Ancient through Modern), and in several languages and
disciplines housed in other Departments.
Old Dominion University
Development Office, College of Arts and Letters
100 New Administration Bldg., Norfolk, Virginia 23529
Tel: (804) 683-3421 Fax: (804) 683-5911
Sponsoring Department: College of Arts & Letters
Established: Currently in planning stage.
Director: Harry D. Creemers, Executive Director of
Development
Level: Undergraduate degree in classical studies
Princeton University
58 Prospect Avenue, Princeton, NJ 08540.
Tel: (609) 258-3339 Fax: (609) 258-2137
Sponsoring Department: Program in Hellenic Studies
Established: 1979
Director: Alexander Nehamas, Professor of Philosophy
and Comparative Literature
Executive Director: Dimitri Gondicas, Lecturer in Modern
Greek
Level: Undergraduate Certificate in Hellenic Studies;
Ph.D. in Classical and Hellenic Studies
Queens College
CUNY, Jefferson Hall 302, Flushing, NY 11367-0904
Tel: (718) 997-4520
Sponsoring Department: Center for Byzantine and Modern
Greek Studies
Established: 1973
Director: Harry J. Psomiades, Professor of Political Science
Level: B.A., Certificate in Modern Greek Studies
Regis College
Weston, MA 02493-1571
Tel: (781) 768-7433 Fax: (617) 484-6223
Sponsoring Departments: History and Classics
Established: 1972
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Director: A. Lily Macrakis, Professor of History
Level: Certificate and minor in Modern Greek Studies
Richard Stockton College,
P.O. Box 195, Pomona, NJ 08240
Tel: (609) 652-1776 Fax: (609) 652-4550
Sponsoring Departments: Division of Arts and Humanities
Established: 1996
Coordinators: Demetrios J. Constantelos, PhD.,
Charles Cooper Townsend
Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History and Religion,
Alexander Alexakis, PhD.,
Associate Professor of Greek Language & Literature,
Tom Papademetriou, Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor of History of Modern Hellenism
Level: BA in Hellenic Studies
Rutgers University
116 Loree, New Brunswick, NJ 08903
Tel: (908) 932-9637 Fax: (908) 932-1271
Sponsoring Department:
Established: 1979
Director Antonia Tripolitis, Professor
Level: Undergraduate elective courses
San Francisco State University
School of Humanities, 1600 Holloway Avenue,
San Francisco, CA 94132
Tel: (415) 338-1892 Fax: (415) 338-0932
Center for Modern Greek Studies, Nikos Kazantzakis Chair
Sponsoring Departments: Comparative Literature and
Classics
Established: 1981
Director: Martha Klironomos, Assistant Professor of Modern
Greek & Comparative Literature
Level: B.A. in Classics, minor in Modern Greek;
M.A. in Comparative Literature, concentration in Modern
Greek Literature
Temple University
739-741 Gladfelter Hall, Philadelphia, PA 19122
Tel: (215) 204-1715 Fax: (215) 204-1715
Sponsoring Department: Center for Hellenic Studies
Established:
Director: Kyriakos M. Kontopoulos, Professor of Sociology
Level: Undergraduate elective courses
University of Arizona
Modern Languages Bld. Rm. 371, Tucson, AZ 85721
Tel: (520) 621-1689 Fax: (520) 621-3678)
http://www.coh.arizona/classics
Sponsoring Department: Classics
Established: 1973
Directors: Mary Elis Voyatzis, Associate Professor of Greek
Archaeology; Gonda Van Steen, Assistant
Professor of Classics and Modern Greek
Level: Undergraduate minor
BYZANTINE, CLASSICS & MODERN GREEK
STUDIES PROGRAMS
University of Florida
Gainesville, 102 Dauer Hall, Box 117435,
Gainesville, FL 32611
Tel: (904) 392-1500/2075 Fax: (904) 846-0297
Sponsoring Department: Classics
Established: 1980
Directors: Karelisa Hartigan, Professor of Classics & Drama
Leonidas Polopolus, Professor of Agricultural Science
Level: B.A. in Classics, with concentration in Greek Studies
University of Houston
Department of Modern and Classical Languages,
Houston, TX 77204-3784
Tel: (713) 743-3034/2990
Sponsoring Department: Modern and Classical Languages
Established: 1990
Director: Valentini Papadopoulou Brady, Professor of French
Level: Non-degree program, satisfies language requirement.
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742
Tel: (301) 405-2013 Fax: (301) 314-9084
Sponsoring Department: Classics
Established: 1989
Director: Mary Pittas-Herschbach, Lecturer
Level: Non-degree program (four semesters);
satisfies foreign language requirement
University of Michigan
C.P. Cavafy Chair, 2016 Angell Hall, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Tel: (734) 764-0360 Fax: (734) 763-4959),
http://www.lsa.umich.edu/modgreek
Sponsoring Departments: Classical Studies and Comparative
Literature
Established: 1990
Directors: Vassilis Lambropoulos, Artemis Leontis,
Professors of Modern Greek
Level: Minor in Modern Greek; M.A. and Ph.D. in several disciplines and departments with special strengths in classics, comparative literature, anthropology, political
science, history, and sociology.
University of Missouri-St. Louis
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FEDERATIONS/ORGANIZATIONS
National Organizations/Federations
AMERICAN HELLENIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRESSIVE
ASSOCIATION (AHEPA)
Andrew Banis, Supreme President
International Headquarters
1909 Q St
Suite #500
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 232-6300
Fax: (202)-232-2140
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.ahepa.org
AMERICAN HELLENIC INTERNATIONAL PRESS
ASSOCIATION (A.H.I.P.A.)
James S. Scofield, President
6100 Sixth Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL 33707-2327
Tel.: (727) 345-9452
Email: [email protected]
AMERICAN HELLENIC INSTITUTE, INC.
Nick Larigakis, Executive Director
1220 16th St, NW
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 785-8430
Fax: 202-785-5178
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.ahiworld.com
CYPRUS FEDERATION OF AMERICA
Savas Tsivicos, Supreme President
1309 Allaire Blvd
Ocean, NJ 07712
(732) 531-3100
Fax: (732) 517-0820
GREEK AMERICAN PROGRESSIVE ASSOCIATION
(GAPA)
Eugene D. Fotos, President
2941 Voelkel Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15216
(412) 561-4394
Fax: (412)344-0606
FEDERATION OF DODECANESE SOCIETIES
OF AMERICA
Theodore Tiliakos, President
23-18 29th Street
Astoria, NY 11105
(212) 672-0950
Fax: (412) 344-0606
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HELLENIC AMERICAN NATIONAL COUNCIL
Theodore Spyropoulos
2155 W. 80th street
Chicago, IL 60620
(773) 994-2222
Fax: (773) 994-5037
Web: www.hellasusa.com/hanc
E-mail: [email protected]
HELLENIC AMERICAN WOMEN’S COUNCIL
(HAWC)
Dora Hancock, President
1101 South Arlington Ridge Rd
Suite #1012
Arlington, VA 22202
(703) 685-7442
Fax: (703) 685-7460
HELLENIC SOCIETY OF CONSTANTINOPLE
George Ksenopoulos, President
1390 Sidney Court
Seaford, NY 11783
(516) 826-8927
Fax: (516) 826-6904
INTERNATIONAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE –
JUSTICE FOR CYPRUS (PSEKA)
Philip Christopher, President
23-15 31st St
Astoria, NY 11105
(718) 545-7202
Fax: (718) 626-2061
Email: [email protected]
NATIONAL COORDINATED EFFORT OF HELLENES
(CEH)
Andrew E. Manatos, President
601 13th St, NW
Suite #1150 South
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 393-7790
Fax: (202) 628-0225
E-mail: [email protected]
NORTH & SOUTH AMERICA REGION (SAE)
Chris Tomaras, Regional Coordinator
360 N. Michigan Ave
Suite #710
Chicago, IL 60601
(312) 357-6424
Fax: (312) 357-0527
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.saeamerica.org
FEDERATIONS/ORGANIZATIONS
ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN LAITY
Alice Kopan, President
30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 4020
Chicago, IL 60602-2513
(312) 332-4550
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PAN-ARCADIAN FEDERATION OF AMERICA
Chris Vourons, President
880 N. York Rd.
Elmhurst, IL 60126
(847) 882-4912
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(303) 755-0578
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Web: www.pancretan.org
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Michael Christodoulou, President
33-05 31st Avenue
Astoria, NY 11106
(516) 433-7462
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Nina Peropoulos, Supreme President
149-14 14th Ave
Whitestone, NY 11357-1730
(718) 747-0488
Fax: (718) 747-0489
Web: www.macedonia.com
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Chris Tomaras, President
360 N Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60601
(312) 357-0027
Fax: (312) 357-0527
PAN-CYCLADIC FEDERATION OF AMERICA
Michalis Volikas
21-52 29th Street
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(718) 777-1206
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Elias Tsekerides, President
30 Elm Street
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(914) 631-4322
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Email: [email protected]
PANCYPRIAN ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
Philip Christopher, President
23-15 31st St.
Astoria, NY 11105
(718) 545-3533
Fax: (718) 626-2061
PAN-RHODIAN SOCIETY OF AMERICA
Christina Kapolis, Supreme President
Supreme Lodge Headquarters
29 Brookvale Lane
Lake Grove, NY 11755
Tel/Fax: (516) 585-3740
PAN-EPIROTIC FEDERATION OF AMERICA
Chris Kirkos, President
1790 Broadway
Suite #1315
New York, NY 10019-1412
(847) 679-2958
Fax: (847) 679-4485
UNITED CHIOS SOCIETY OF AMERICA
Gus Sevastos, President
409 Long Ridge Drive
Seven Hills, OH 44131
(216) 749-1054
Fax: (216) 391-6960
PAN-LACONIAN FEDERATION OF U.S.
AND CANADA
Athena Contis, President
64 Whittaker Cres
Toronto ONT
Canada M2K1K8
(416) 222-1410
Fax: (416) 225-3081
UNITED HELLENIC AMERICAN CONGRESS (UHAC)
Andrew A. Athens, National Chairman
75 East Wacker Dr
Suite #500
Chicago, IL 60601
(312) 345-1000
Fax: (312) 345-1015
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.uhac.org
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FEDERATIONS/ORGANIZATIONS
WORLD COUNCIL OF HELLENES ABROAD (SAE)
Andrew A. Athens, World President
75 East Wacker Dr
Suite #500
Chicago, IL 60601
(312) 782-2704
Fax: (312) 782-2707
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.saeworld.org
Regional Organizations/Federations
AMERICAN HELLENIC COUNCIL OF CALIFORNIA
Aris Anagnos, President
8124 West 3rd St
Suite #200
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(323) 651-3507
Fax: (323) 658-6306
E-mail: [email protected]
FEDERATION OF HELLENIC SOCIETIES
OF NEW YORK
Bill Stathakos, President
22-51 29th St
P.O. Box 5429
Astoria, NY 11105
(718) 204-6500
Fax: (718) 204-8986
Foundations/
Cultural Societies/
Museums
STAVROS S. NIARCHOS FOUNDATION
c/o J.P. Morgan & Co. Incorporated
(Grants in U.S.A.)
Community Relations
and Philanthropic Services
60 Wall Street
New York, NY 10260-0060
ALEXANDER S. ONASSIS PUBLIC BENEFIT
FOUNDATION (USA) INC.
Ambassador Loucas Tsilas,
Executive Director
645 Fifth Avenue, Suite 304
New York, NY 10022-6910
(212) 486-4448
Fax: (212) 486-4744
FOUNDATION FOR HELLENIC CULTURE
7 West 57th Street, Suite 1
New York, NY 10019-3407
(212) 308-6980
Fax: (212) 308-0919
AMERICAN THYMELE THEATER
Stephen Diacrussi, Director
1202 Lexington Ave., Suite 138
New York, NY 10021
(212) 781-3631
Fax: (212) 781-3631
E-mail: [email protected]
HELLENIC CULTURAL MUSEUM & LIBRARY
Chris S. Metos, President
4283 Albright Dr.
Salt Lake City, UT 84124-2707
(801) 328-9688
Fax: (801) 328-9688
HELLENIC MUSEUM AND CULTURAL CENTER
Jean Costopoulos, Executive Director
168 N. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60601
(312) 726-1234
Fax: (312) 726-8539
HELLENIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY
OF NORTHEAST OHIO
Bea Meros, President
1 Eagle Valley Court
Broadview Heights, OH 44147
(440) 449-5035
HELLENIC SOCIETY PAIDEIA
Elias Tomazos, President
University of Connecticut
20 Dog Lane, P.O. Box 818
Storrs, CT 06268-818
(860) 429-8518
Fax: (860) 583-5643
THE GREEK MUSEUM
Katherine Boulukos
Anastasia Nicholas
P.O. Box 1863, Grand Central Station
New York, NY 10163
(516) 868-4092
Fax: (516) 868-4052
E-mail: [email protected]
[email protected]
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THE CALENDAR
OF THE ORTHODOX CHURCH
Lewis Patsavos, Ph.D.
Professor of Canon Law
Holy Cross School of Theology
ORTHODOX EASTER
The determination of the date of Easter is governed by a computation based on the vernal equinox
and the phase of the moon. According to the ruling of the First Ecumenical Synod in 325, Easter
Sunday should fall on the Sunday which follows the first full moon after the vernal equinox. If the full
moon happens to fall on a Sunday, Easter is observed the following Sunday. The day taken to be
the invariable date of the vernal equinox is March 21.
Herein lies the first difference in the determination of Easter between the Orthodox Church and the
other Christian Churches. The Orthodox Church continues to base its calculations for the date of
Easter on the Julian Calendar, which was in use at the time of the First Ecumenical Synod. As such,
it does not take into consideration the number of days which have since then accrued due to the
progressive inaccuracy of the Julian Calendar. In other words, a difference of 13 days exists
between the accepted date for the vernal equinox then and now. In the West, this discrepancy was
addressed in the 16th century through the adoption of the Gregorian Calendar, which adjusted the
Julian Calendar still in use by all Christians at that time.
The other difference in the determination of Easter between the Orthodox and other Christian
Churches concerns the date of Passover. Jews originally celebrated Passover on the first full moon
following the vernal equinox. Christians, therefore, celebrated Easter on the first Sunday after the
first full moon following the vernal equinox. After the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 A.D. and the other
tragic events which gave rise to the dispersal of the Jews, Passover sometimes preceded the vernal
equinox. This was occasioned by the dependence of the dispersed Jews upon local pagan calendars
for the calculation of Passover. As a consequence, most Christians eventually ceased to regulate
the observance of Easter by the Jewish Passover. Their purpose, of course, was to preserve the
original practice of celebrating Easter following the vernal equinox.
Thousands attend Resurrection Services at the Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity.
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PASTORAL GUIDELINES
CHURCH POSITIONS REGARDING THE SANCTITY OF HUMAN LIFE
Rev. Dr. Stanley S. Harakas
Archbishop Iakovos Professor of Orthodox Theology, Emeritus, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology
The Sanctity of Human Life
A major and overarching concern of the Church
arises with its commitment to the God-given
sanctity of human life. Some of the developments of the biological manipulation of human life,
though promising amazing therapeutic achievements, may also be understood and undermining
respect for the integrity of human existence.
Others may be seen as providing a new means
of healing human illness. Discering the difference
is the challenge the Church faces in developing its
teaching on these newly appearing issues.
Human Life
The Church’s teaching about human life is based
on Holy Tradition, including the Scriptures as a
primary resource and the ongoing teaching and
interpretation of the Orthodox Faith. Life is a gift of
God in the formation of the created world. All life
is precious, but human life is uniquely created by
God in the “image and likeness of God.” Human
life as such is deserving of deep respect and
individual human beings are to be treated in
accordance to their inherent human dignity.
Thus, racism, unjust prejudicial treatment of men
and women, genocide, forms of sexual exploitation, domestic violence, child abuse, rape, theft or
destruction of legitimately owned property,
deceptions and deceit, environmental plunder
and other such manipulative behaviors violate
the human dignity of others. Human life as a gift
of God should be respected. Some specific
issues are the following.
Donation of Organs
Although nothing in the Orthodox tradition
requires the faithful to donate their organs to
others, never-the-less, this practice may be
considered an act of love, and as such is encouraged. The decision to donate a duplicate organ,
such as a kidney, while the donor is living, requires
much consideration and should be made in consultation with medical professionals and one’s
spiritual father. The donation of an organ from a
deceased person is also an act of love that helps
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to make possible for the recipient a longer, fuller
life. Such donations are acceptable if the
deceased donor had willed such action, or if
surviving relatives permit it providing that it was
in harmony with the desires of the deceased.
Such actions can be approved as an expression
of love and if they express the self-determination
of the donor. In all cases, respect for the body of
the donor should be maintained.
Organ transplants should never be commercialized nor coerced nor take placed without proper
consent, nor place in jeapordy the identity of the
donor or recipient, such as the use of animal
organs. Nor should the death of the donor be
hastened in order to harvest organs for transplantation to another person.
Cremation
Because the Orthodox Faith affirms the fundamental goodness of creation, it understands the
body to be an integral part of the human person
and the temple of the Holy Spirit, and expects
the resurrection of the dead. The Church considers cremation to be the deliberate desecration
and destruction of what God has made and
ordained for us. The Church instead insists that
the body be buried so that the natural physical
process of decomposition may take place. The
Church does not grant funerals, either in the
sanctuary, or at the funeral home, or at any other
place, to persons who have chosen to be cremated. Additionally, memorial services with kolyva
(boiled wheat) are not allowed in such instances,
inasmuch as the similarity between the “kernel of
wheat” and the “body” has been intentionally
destroyed.
Medical Developments and the Church
With high frequency, new developments in the
area of the life sciences appear in our technologically advanced culture. The Church welcomes
efforts and techniques that contribute to healing
of human diseases. Yet, many of these advances
raise moral questions. Some of the Church’s
responses to these developments are based on
older issues for which the Church has clear and
PASTORAL GUIDELINES
unambiguous guidelines. Other responses are
not so evident.
Thus, many of these developments form challenges to Orthodox Christian spiritual concerns
and moral values. In numerous cases, the Church
is still in the process of clarifying its response. The
following serve to indicate the general positions
and direction of thought in the Orthodox Church.
Sexuality
The Orthodox Church recognizes marriage as the
only moral and spiritually appropriate context for
sexual relations. Thus, all other forms of sexual
activity such as fornication, adultery, homosexuality, lesbianism, pornography, all forms of
prostitution, and similar forms of behavior are sins
that are inappropriate for the Orthodox Christian.
Marriage is only conducted and recognized in
the Orthodox Church as taking place between a
man and a woman. Same-sex marriages are a
contradiction in terms. The Orthodox Church
does not allow for same-sex marriages.
Abortion
The Church from the very beginning of existence
has sought to protect ”the life in the womb” and
has considered abortion as a form of murder in
its theology and canons. Orthodox Christians
are admonished not to encourage women to
have abortions, nor to assist in the commiting
of abortion. Those who perform abortions and
those who have sought it are doing an immoral
deed, and are called to repentance.
Suicide
Suicide, the taking of one’s own life, is selfmurder and as such, a sin. More importantly, it
may be evidence of a lack of faith in our loving,
forgiving, sustaining God. If a person has committed suicide as a result of a belief that: such
an action is rationally or ethically defensible, the
Orthodox Church denies that person a Church
funeral, because such beliefs and actions separate a person from the community of faith. The
Church shows compassion, however, on those
who have taken their own life as a result of
mental illness or severe emotional stress, when
a condition of impaired rationality can be verified
by a physician.
Autopsy
When a person dies for reasons that are uncertain, a qualified medical examiner may, with the
permission of the next of kin, perform an autopsy
to determine the cause of death. In some states,
this is required by law. In all cases, however, the
Orthodox Church expects that the body of the
deceased be treated with respect and dignity.
Archbishop Demetrios delivers the 33rd Brampton Lecture at Columbia University on the topic
“John Chrysostom: Anthropologica Insights for Our TImes.”
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PASTORAL GUIDELINES
INSTRUCTIONS for WEDDINGS, DIVORCES, BAPTISMS, FUNERALS
and MEMORIALS
WEDDINGS
For the union of a man and woman to be recognized as sacramentally valid by the Orthodox
Church, the following conditions must be met:
1. The Sacrament of Matrimony must be celebrated by an Orthodox Priest of a canonical
Orthodox jurisdiction, according to the liturgical tradition of the Orthodox Church, in a
canonical Orthodox Church, and with the
authorization of the diocesan Bishop.
2. Before requesting permission from his Bishop
to perform the marriage, the Priest must verify
that: a) neither of the parties in question are
already married to other persons, either in this
country or elsewhere; b) the parties in question
are not related to each other to a degree that
would constitute an impediment; c) if either or
both parties are widowed, they have presented the death certificate(s) of the deceased
spouse(s); d) if either or both of the parties
have been previously married in the Orthodox
Church, they have obtained ecclesiastical as
well as civil divorce(s); e) the party or parties
who are members of a parish other than the
one in which the marriage is to be performed
have provided a certificate declaring them to be
members in good standing with that parish for
the current year; and f) a civil marriage license
has been obtained from civil authorities.
ried, has not had his or her marriage blessed
by the Orthodox Church, or, if divorced, has
not received an ecclesiastical divorce, cannot
be a sponsor. Non-Orthodox persons may be
members of the wedding party, but may not
exchange the rings or crowns.
Days When Marriage Is Not Permitted
Marriages are not performed on fast days or
during fasting seasons; these include the Great
Lent and Holy Week, August 1-15, August 29
(Beheading of St. John the Baptist), September
14 (Exaltation of the Holy Cross), and December
13-25. Nor are marriages celebrated on the day
before and the day of a Great Feast of the Lord,
including Theophany (January 5 and 6), Pascha,
Pentecost, and Christmas (December 24 and 25).
Marriages may be performed on these days only
by permission of the diocesan Bishop.
Inter-Christian Marriages
It is a fact that, the more a couple has in common,
the more likely they are to live together in peace
and concord. Shared faith and traditions spare
couples and their children, as well as their
extended families, many serious problems, and
help to strengthen the bonds between them.
Even so, the Orthodox Church will bless marriages between Orthodox and non-Orthodox
partners, provided that:
3. No person may marry more than three times
in the Church, with permission for a third marriage granted only with extreme oikonomia.
1. The non-Orthodox partner is a Christian who
has been baptized, in water, in the Name of the
Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit; and
4. In cases involving the marriage of Orthodox
and non-Orthodox Christians, the latter must
have been baptized, in water, in the Name of
the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. The
Church cannot bless the marriage of an Orthodox Christian to a non-Christian.
2. The couple should be willing to baptize their
children in the Orthodox Church and raise
and nurture them in accordance with the
Orthodox Faith.
5. The Sponsor (koumbaros or koumbara) must
provide a current certificate of membership
proving him or her to be an Orthodox Christian in good standing with the Church. A
person who does not belong to a parish, or
who belongs to a parish under the jurisdiction
of a bishop who is not in communion with the
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A baptized Orthodox Christian whose wedding
has not been blessed by the Orthodox Church is
no longer in good standing with the Church, and
may not receive the Sacraments of the Church,
including Holy Communion, or become a Sponsor
of an Orthodox Marriage, Baptism or Chrismation.
A non-Orthodox Christian who marries an Orthodox Christian does not thereby become a
member of the Orthodox Church, and may not
PASTORAL GUIDELINES
receive the Sacraments, including Holy Communion, or be buried by the Church, serve on the
Parish Council, or vote in parish assemblies or
elections. To participate in the Church’s life, one
must be received into the Church by the Sacrament of Baptism or, in the case of persons
baptized with water in the Holy Trinity, following a
period of instruction, by Chrismation.
Inter-religious Marriages
Canonical and theological reasons preclude the
Orthodox Church from performing the Sacrament
of Marriage for couples where one partner is
Orthodox and the other partner is a non-Christian.
As such, Orthodox Christians choosing to enter
such marriages fall out of good standing with their
Church and are unable to actively participate in
the life of the Church. While this stance may seem
confusing and rigid, it is guided by the Orthodox
Church’s love and concern for its member’s
religious and spiritual well-being.
Prohibited Marriages
The following types of relationships constitute
impediments to marriage:
1. Parents with their own children, grandchildren
or great-grandchildren, or godchildren of the
same godparents.
2. Brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law.
3. Uncles and aunts with nieces and nephews.
4. First cousins with each other.
5. Foster parents with foster children or foster
children with the children of foster parents.
6. Godparents with godchildren or godparents
with the parents of their godchildren.
DIVORCE
The parish priest must exert every effort to reconcile the couple and avert a divorce. However,
should he fail to bring about a reconciliation, after
a civil divorce has been obtained, he will transmit
the petition of the party seeking the ecclesiastical
divorce, together with the decree of the civil
divorce, to the Spiritual Court of the Diocese. The
petition must include the names and surnames of
the husband and wife, the wife’s surname prior to
marriage, their addresses, the name of the priest
who performed the wedding, and the date and
place of the wedding. The petitioner must be a
member in good standing with the parish through
which he or she is petitioning for divorce. Orthodox
Christians of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese
who have obtained a civil divorce but not an ecclesiastical divorce may not participate in any sacraments of the Church or serve on the Parish Council,
Diocesan Council or Archdiocesan Council until
they have been granted a divorce by the Church.
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PASTORAL GUIDELINES
BAPTISMS
A person who wishes to sponsor a candidate for
Baptism or Chrismation must be an Orthodox
Christian in good standing and a supporting
member of an Orthodox parish. A person may not
serve as a godparent if his or her marriage has not
been blessed by the Church or, if civilly divorced,
he or she has not been granted an ecclesiastical
divorce, or for any other reason he or she is not
in communion with the Orthodox Church.
Baptisms may not be performed from Christmas
Day through the Feast of Theophany (December
25-January 6), during Holy Week, or on any of the
Great Feastdays of the Lord.
FUNERALS
Funeral services are permitted on any day of the
year, except for Sundays and Holy Friday, unless
permission is granted from the diocesan Bishop.
MEMORIALS
Memorial services may not be chanted from the
Saturday of Lazarus through the Sunday of
Thomas, on any Feastday of the Lord or any
Feastday of the Theotokos.
FASTING
Just as there are times for feasting, there are
also times set aside for fasting. During these
periods, certain foods are prohibited. These are,
in order of frequency of prohibition, meat (including poultry), dairy products, fish, olive oil and
wine. Fruits, vegetables, grains and shellfish are
permitted throughout the year. Of course, the
Orthodox Church never reduces the practice of
fasting to a legalistic observance of dietary rules.
Fasting, that is not accompanied by intensified
prayer and acts of charity, inevitably becomes a
source of pride. The Church also recognizes that
not everyone can fast to the same degree, and
assumes that individual Christians will observe the
fast prescribed for them by their spiritual fathers.
Great Lent, during which meat and fish are
prohibited, but dairy products are permitted
even on Wednesday and Friday);
4. Great Lent (from Clean Monday through the
Friday before Lazarus Saturday, olive oil and
wine are permitted on weekends);
5. Great and Holy Week (note that Great and
Holy Saturday is a day of strict fasting, during
which the faithful abstain from olive oil and
wine),
6. Holy Apostles’ Fast (from the Monday after
All Saints’ Day through June 28, inclusive);
7. Fast for the Dormition of the Mother of God
(August 1-14, excluding August 6, on which
fish, wine and olive oil are permitted);
8. Beheading of St. John the Baptist (August 29),
9. Exaltation of the Holy Cross (September 14);
and
10. Nativity Lent (November 15-December 24,
although fish, wine and olive oil are permitted, except on Wednesdays and Fridays,
until December 17).
The following are fasting days on which fish,
wine and olive oil are permitted:
1. The Feast of the Annunciation (March 25,
unless it falls outside the Great Lent, in which
case all foods are permitted);
2. Palm Sunday;
3. The Feast of the Transfiguration (August 6);
and
4. The Feast of the Entry into the Temple of the
Mother of God (November 21).
On the following days, all foods are permitted:
The following are fasting days and seasons:
1. The first week of the Triodion, from the
Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee
through the Sunday of the Prodigal Son,
including Wednesday and Friday;
1. All Wednesdays and Fridays, except for
those noted below;
2. Diakainisimos (or Bright) Week, following the
Sunday of Pascha,
2. The day before the Feast of Theophany
(January 5);
3. The week following Pentecost; and
3. Cheesefare Week (the last week before the
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4. From the Feast of the Nativity of the Lord
(December 25) through January 4.
FORMS OF SALUTATION
Form of Address
Salutation
His All Holiness the
Ecumenical Patriarch.
Greek: Panagiótatos
Your All Holiness
His Beatitude the
Patriarch of __________
Gr: Makariótatos
Your Beatitude
3. Archbishops of Independent
Churches, Greece, Cyprus, etc.
His Beatitude, the
Archbishop of ________
(as above)
4. Archbishop of Crete, America,
Australia, and England (under
the EcumenicalPatriarchate)
His Eminence
Gr: Sevasmiótatos
Your Eminence
Sevasmiótate
5. Metropolitans
(as above)
(as above)
6. Titular Metropolitan
His Excellency
Gr: Panierótatos
Your Excellency
Panierótate
7. Bishop
The Right Reverend
(Rt. Rev.) Bishop of _____
Gr: Theophiléstatos
Your Grace
Theophiléstate
8. Titular Bishop
(as above)
(as above)
9. Archimandrite
The Very Reverend Father
(The V. Rev. Fr.)
Gr: Panosiologiótatos
Reverend, or Father
10. Presbyter (Priest)
- married
- married theologian
- celibate
- celibate theologian
Reverend Father (Rev. Fr.)
Gr: Aidesimótatos
Gr: Aidesimologiótatos
Gr: Osiótatos
Gr: Osiologiótatos
Reverend, or Father
Aidesimótate
Aidesimologiótate
Osiótate
Osiologiótate
11. Deacon
Reverend Father
(Rev. Fr.)
Gr: Evlavéstatos
Gr: Ierologiótatos
Reverend, or Father
12. Abbot
The Right Reverend Abbot
Gr: Igoúmenos
Reverend Father, or
Father Agie Igoúmene
13. Abbess
The Reverend Mother
Superior
Gr: Igouméni
Reverend Mother
14. Monk
Brother
Gr: Adelphós
Brother
Adelphé
15. Nun
Sister
Gr: Adelphí
Sister
Adelphí
16. Spiritual Father
Gr: Géron
Géronta
1. The Ecumenical Patriarch
of Constantinople
2. Other Patriarchs
- Theologian
Key: Gr = Greek
Panagiótate
Makariótate
Source: Companion to the Greek Orthodox Church. Published by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.
Addressee’s Title
Panasiologiótate
Evlavéstate
Ierologiótate
Hagia Igouméni
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MAIN SECTIONS
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ECUMENICAL PATRIARCH
BARTHOLOMEW
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THE ECUMENICAL PATRIARCHATE:
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ecumenical_patriarchate
ADDITIONAL INTERNET RESOURCES
FOR ORTHODOX CHRISTIANS:
ABOUT THE ORTHODOX FAITH
http://www.goarch.org/access/orthodoxy
A Dictionary of Orthodox Terminology:
http://www.goarch.org/access/Companion_
to_Orthodox_Church/dictionary.html
Astrology: an Orthodox Perspective:
http://www.goarch.org/access/orthodoxy/
astrology.html
Basics of the Orthodox Church:
http://www.goarch.org/access/orthodoxfaith/
teachings.html
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to_Orthodox_Church/calendar.html
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to_Orthodox_Church/canons.html
The Church
http://www.goarch.org/access/orthodoxfaith/
church.html
Confession and our Youth:
http://www.goarch.org/access/orthodoxy/
confession.html
Controversial Issues in the Church:
http://www.goarch.org/access/Companion_to
_Orthodox_Church/issues.html
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WORLD WIDE WEB SITES
Dogmatic Tradition of the Orthodox
Church:
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_Orthodox_Church/dogmatic_tradition.html
Exorcism in the Orthodox Church:
http://www.goarch.org/access/Companion_to
_Orthodox_Church/exorcism.html
Gifts of the Holy Spirit
http://www.goarch.org/access/orthodoxfaith/
holy_spirit.html
History of the Orthodox Church:
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Orthodox_Church/History_of_Orthodox_
Church.html
History of Orthodoxy in America:
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Orthodox_Church/Orthodoxy_in_Americas.html
Holy Communion:
http://www.goarch.org/access/orthodoxfaith/
communion.html
The House of God:
http://www.goarch.org/access/orthodoxfaith/
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Infant Baptism:
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infant_baptism.html
Introduction to the Orthodox Faith:
http://www.goarch.org/access/orthodoxfaith/
introduction.html
The Jesus Prayer:
http://www.goarch.org/access/orthodoxy/
prayer.html
Monasticism in the Orthodox Church:
http://www.goarch.org/access/Companion_
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The Sacraments:
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sacraments.html
Speaking in Tongues:
http://www.goarch.org/access/orthodoxy/
speaking_in_tongues.html
Special Services and Blessings:
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special_services.html
Teachings of the Orthodox Church:
http://www.goarch.org/access/orthodoxy/
orth_teach.html
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Orthodox Worship:
http://www.goarch.org/access/Companion_to
_Orthodox_Church/worship.html
Worship:
http://www.goarch.org/access/
orthodoxfaith/worship.html
ART AND ICONOGRAPHY
Orthodox Christian Art and Architecture:
http://www.goarch.org/access/Companion_to
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Art of Mt. Athos
http://poseidon.csd.auth.gr:80/athos/
a_art.html
Constantinople: The Imperial City
http://www.patriarchate.org/visit/photo2
Gallery: Byzantine Images
http://www.bway.net/~halsall/images.html
Orthodox Ministry ACCESS Icon Gallery
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clipart
BOOKSTORES AND PUBLISHERS
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DISCUSSION & MESSAGE FORUMS:
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http://www.ocf.org/OrthodoxPage/reading/
St.Pachomius
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lent/reading_guide.html
The Lenten Triodion Online:
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triodion/triodion.html
ELECTRONIC GREETING CARDS:
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ENVIRONMENT AND ORTHODOXY:
http://www.patriarchate.org/visit/html/
environment.html
WORLD WIDE WEB SITES
LENTEN/FASTING:
VegSource (Fasting resource for Orthodox):
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LINKS TO OTHER SITES:
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Orthodox Sites of Special Interest:
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International Orthodox Christian Charities:
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Orthodox Actionline
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Orthodox Christian Mission Center
http://www.ocmc.org
Philoptochos
http://www.philoptochos.org
MISC. RESOURCES
Byzantine & Medieval Studies Sites:
http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/medweb
Churches and Holy Sites of
Constantinople:
http://www.patriarchate.org/ecumenical_
patriarchate/chapter_4
Resources for Orthodox Christians:
http://www.goarch.org/access/resources
MONASTERIES/MONASTICISM
Monasticism in the Orthodox Church:
http://www.goarch.org/access/Companion_to
_Orthodox_Church/monasticism.html
Saint Gregory Palamas Monastery:
http://www.bright.net/~palamas
MUSIC
Digital Liturgical Music Gallery:
http://www.goarch.org/access/
byzantinemusic
Orthodox Byzantine Music:
http://www.goarch.org/access/Companion_to
_Orthodox_Church/byzantine_music.html
NEWS SOURCES:
Archdiocese News and Events:
http://www.goarch.org/goa/news
News on the Ecumenical Patriarchate
http://www.patrarichate.org/NEWS
Orthodox World News:
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ORTHODOX ARCHDIOCESES
AND METROPOLISES
Metropolitinate of Canada
http://www.gocanada.org
Metropolitinate of Hong Kong
http://www.cs.ust.hk/faculty/dimitris/metro/
hkmetropolis.html
Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada
http://uocc.ca
Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese
http://www.antiochian.org
Orthodox Church in America
http://www.oca.org
Serbian Orthodox Church in the Western
United States
http://www.smfa.com/uvod.shtml
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia
http://cygnus.uwa.edu.au/~jgrapsas/pages/
Welcome.html
ORTHODOX ORGANIZATIONS:
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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION,
ORTHODOX SEMINARIES, HIGHER
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Seminary:
http://www.hchc.edu
Patriarch Athenagoras Orthodox Institute:
http://www.gtu.edu/Centers/PAOI/paoi.html
Religious Education Home Page:
http://www.religioused.goarch.org
St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Seminary:
http://www.svots.edu
SAINTS: THEIR WRITINGS
AND LIVES:
http://www.goarch.org/access/devotional
Lives of the Saints Daily Calendar:
http://www.goarch.org/access/calendar
Saints of the Month (w/Apolytikia & Kontakia):
http://www.orthodox.org.uk/Menaion.htm
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PASTORAL RESOURCES:
http://www.goarch.org/access/resources
Audio Sermons and Sermonettes
http://www.stvasilios.org/sermons/
sermons.htm
Sermons
http://www.stvasilios.org/sermons/text/
index.html
Sermonettes
http://www.stvasilios.org/sermons/
sermons.htm
Resources for Clergy
http://www.apc.goarch.org/resources
Preaching Resources
http://www.stvasilios.org/sermons/
sermons.htm
PATRIARCHATES, AUTOCEPHALOUS
AND AUTONOMOUS CHURCHES
Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople
http://www.patriarchate.org
Patriarchate of Alexandria and All Africa
http://www.greece.org/gopatalex
Patriarchate of Moscow and All Russia
http://www.russian-orthodoxchurch.org.ru/en.htm
Patriarchate of Georgia
http://www.orthodox-patriarchate-ofgeorgia.org.ge
Church of Greece
http://www.ecclesia.gr/English/EnIndex.html
Church of Finland
http://www.ort.fi
SEMINARIES AND THEOLOGICAL
SCHOOLS
St. Andrew’s Greek Orthodox Theological
College
http://cygnus.uwa.edu.au/~jgrapsas/pages/
St_Andrews.htm
St. Andrew’s College,
Ukranian Orthodox Church
http://www.umanitoba.ca/colleges/
st_andrews
The Greek Orthodox Theological Academy
of Toronto
http://www.gocanada.org/Academy
Faculty of Theology, Aristotle University
of Thessaloniki
http://www.auth.gr/theologiki
Faculty of Theology, Plato University
of Athens
http://platon.uoa.gr/~audt/html/english/maine
n.htm
St. John of Damascus Faculty of Theology
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27 28 29 30
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3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28
1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
31
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30
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JUNE
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AUGUST
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S M T W T F S
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8 9 10 11
15 16 17 18
22 23 24 25
29 30 31
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8
15
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29
1 2 3 4 5 6
8 9 10 11 12 13
15 16 17 18 19 20
22 23 24 25 26 27
29 30 31
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 31
5 6 7
12 13 14
19 20 21
26 27 28
3 4 5
10 11 12
17 18 19
24 25 26
31
2 3 4 5 6 7
9 10 11 12 13 14
16 17 18 19 20 21
23 24 25 26 27 28
30
7
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21
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20 21 22 23
27 28 29 30
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10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30 31
3 4 5
10 11 12
17 18 19
24 25 26
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APRIL
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12 13 14 15 16 17 18
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26 27 28 29 30 31
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23 24 25 26 27 28
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10 11 12 13 14 15
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24 25 26 27 28 29
31
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27 28 29 30
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AUGUST
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8 9 10 11 12
15 16 17 18 19
22 23 24 25 26
29 30 31
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3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
31
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11 12 13 14
18 19 20 21
25 26 27 28
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13 14
20 21
27 28
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5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
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30
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7 8 9 10 11 12 13
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