On the 30th of June, the Greek Orthodox Church commemorates the Synaxis (a celebratory gathering)…
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Two of the most important Christian churches in the world, the church of St. Peter in Rome and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, are known to have some very impressive crypts and catacombs and so it is not surprising that a similar “underworld system” might exist under Hagia Sophia.
Archbishop Makarios has expressed his support for the joint grassroots-led initiative and his willingness to collaborate further with the public affairs bodies of the three communities by also advocating for Federal recognition of the 1915 Genocides.
International Nurses Day is day celebrated around the world each year on the 12 May. This year, the residents of St. Basil’s Homes NSW/ACT have written beautiful messages for their nurses expressing gratitude and acknowledging the importance of their work.
Her late Pappou always said, “Χωρίς Άννα δεν Σω” (without Ana I cannot live). Living by the valuable life lessons taught to her by her beloved Pappou helped to make Ana Mavridis, of award winning Zoom Real Estate in Burwood the incredible woman that she is today and her Pappou so proud. On Mother’s Day – a day that we honour the women who have helped others to become the strong and beautiful women that they are today – we tell Ana’s story.
Central Macedonia Regional Director Apostolos Tzitzikostas signed the final approval for the installation of solar…
Prime Minister of Australia ‘ScoMo’ attends Greek Orthodox Easter service saying, “Christ is Risen.” His Eminence Archbishop Makarios had his own special Easter message to the thousands of believers attending as he tells them, “Do not be afraid to state your Greek origin and your Orthodox faith.”
St. Basil’s Day Centres are warm and inviting places that offer interesting and stimulating programs and nutritious and delicious meals, inspired by the Mediterranean diet.
Recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Aegean Sea’s ‘holy island’ Patmos is one of the most peaceful and majestic destinations in Greece, where Saint John the Theologian wrote both his Gospel and the Apocalypse around 95AD.