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Metropolitan of Nafpaktos receives coronavirus vaccine

Metropolitan of Nafpaktos receives coronavirus vaccine

His Eminence Metropolitan Hierotheos (Vlachos) of Nafpaktos and Agios Vlasios, representing Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens and All Greece, received the coronavirus vaccine on Sunday. The Metropolitan of Nafpaktos is the first hierarch to be vaccinated…

Archbishop Ieronymos discharged from hospital

Archbishop Ieronymos discharged from hospital

Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens and All Greece was discharged from Athens’ Evangelismos Hospital, where he has been undergoing treatment for Covid-19. The 82-year-old archbishop was admitted to hospital on November 19  for…

Archbishop Ieronymos' health condition is "satisfactory"

Archbishop Ieronymos’ health condition is “satisfactory”

The health condition of Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens and All Greece, was described as “satisfactory” in a medical update issued by Athens’ Evangelismos Hospital on Wednesday. Last week, the 82-year-old archbishop was admitted to…

Orthodoxy

Seeking the truth within: Chinese ‘Greek’ violinist and blogger’s conversion to Greek Orthodoxy

A firm believer in God, Yianni has spent the last decade ‘finding himself’, and through that delicate and life-altering process, he came across Orthodox Christianity and the Greek Culture. He has embraced the Greek community and culture with such respect and admiration, that you’d think he was born Greek, even though he is from an Asian background. This is Yianni’s story about his decision to convert to Greek Orthodoxy.

Serbian Patriarch Irinej.

Serbian Patriarch Irinej passes away from COVID-19

Serbian Orthodox Patriarch Irinej, who had been hospitalized with COVID-19 in a Belgrade hospital since last Wednesday, has died. Serbian Patriarch Irinej breathed his last in a Belgrade hospital at the age…

Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens and All Greece

Archbishop Ieronymos tests positive for COVID-19

Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens and All Greece, who was admitted to Evangelismos Hospital for precautionary reasons, has tested positive for COVID-19. Archbishop Ieronymos was diagnosed with COVID-19 and was admitted today to…

Metropolitan Ioannis of Langadas.

Metropolitan Ioannis of Langadas passes away with COVID-19

Father Metropolitan Ioannis of Langadas took his last breathe this morning and passed away. Regarding the causes of his death, the Metropolitan had underlying diseases and was positive for COVID-19, Ethnos reported.…

Chris Vlahonasios

That’s a wrap: Byzanfest film festival founder Chris Vlahonasios shares 2020 behind the scenes and award winners

Following by his mother’s shock cancer diagnosis, Chris Vlahonasios founded the Byzanfest Orthodox Film Festival as a way to “let light shine through that cloud.” Chris shares with Greek City Times the ‘behind the scenes’ of Byzanfest 2020, gives the run down on this year’s award winners, and imparts important messages of faith to our youth.

2(ii)

2(ii): Now Showing Byzanfest 2020

Greek director Fanis Topsachalidis has been nominated for Best Director (Short Film) for his film ‘2(ii)’ about how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting Greek families in drastic ways. 2(ii) is now showing as part of the Byzanfest Orthodox Film Festival.

Science and Orthodoxy Around the World: Now Showing Byzanfest 2020 2

Science and Orthodoxy Around the World: Now Showing Byzanfest 2020

If we accept that God is faith and science is knowledge, is there a point where these two converge? National Hellenic Research Foundation’s Greek documentary ‘Science and Orthodoxy Around the World’ is now showing and has been nominated for Best Film, Best Director and Best Editing at the Byzanfest Film Festival 2020.

Letting in the Light

Letting in the Light: Now Showing Byzanfest 2020

Letting in the Light is a documentary that follows Sister Thekla, an iconographer who travelled to Wellington from the Congo in Africa, to paint the Pantocrator on the dome of Wellington’s Greek Orthodox Cathedral, the Evangelismos church. Adding the Pantocrator iconography to the dome is a significant milestone in the history of this beautiful church. The film shares the story of how this remarkable work was created and celebrates the Greek Orthodox faith in New Zealand.