On December 27 the Greek Orthodox Church celebrates the Feast Day of Agios Stefanos. Saint Stephen was the first of the seven deacons whom the Apostles ordained to serve the Church in Jerusalem. Being filled with the grace of the Holy Spirit, he worked miracles and wonders among the people. Today is also the name day of Stefanos, Stefania, Mavrikos and Mavrikia. Xronia Polla!
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Making Christmas extra special this year, St. Catherine’s junior choir visited the St Basil’s Randwick location to perform Christmas Carols for the residents.
As part of the awareness-raising campaign on the vaccination against the coronavirus, Greek Minister of Health Vassilis Kikilias met with Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens and all of Greece on Tuesday.
The Forefeast of the Nativity of our Lord begins on December 20. From now on, most of the liturgical hymns in Greek Orthodox Churches worldwide will be concerned with the birth of Jesus Christ our Saviour.
Spiro Stavis, newly appointed Acting CEO, has a vision for St. Basil’s NSW & ACT: for consumers to see their lives improve upon joining the St. Basil’s family of programs and services. He speaks about his new role, “I can honestly say that I have never felt so fulfilled in my professional life. I know that every day I make a positive difference in somebody’s life.”
One of the most loved and admired figures of the Greek Orthodox Church, the beloved chef of Mount Athos, Father Epifanios Mylopotaminos, has passed away at the age of 64 after a long battle with cancer.
In a beautiful display of association and under the guidance of His Grace Bishop Emillianos, the St Ypomoni Family and Friends Ministry are hosting their inaugural Children’s Short Film Competition.
On December 6 the Greek Orthodox Church celebrates the Feast Day of Agios Nikolaos, also known as Nikolaos the Wonderworker
because of the many miracles he is known for such as ill-treatments, restorations of the poor and the release of the three commanders.