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Let Christmas Begin Concert in Watertown, MA

On the evening of Sunday, December 9th,2018 His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios accompanied by Archdeacon Dionysios attended a Christmas concert at the Taxiarchae Greek Orthodox Church in Watertown, MA Continue Reading »

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His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios Visits St. Nicholas Parish in Lexington, MA.

On Sunday, December 9th,2018. His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios served the Divine Liturgy at the St. Nicholas parish in Lexington, MA. Continue Reading »

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Metropolitan Methodios Celebrates Vespers of St. Nicholas in Clinton, MA

An example of faith and an icon of gentleness; A teacher of restraint you have shown your flock the truth of things: You gained by humility the heights, And riches by poverty. Father and Hierarch Nicholas: Intercede with Christ our God That our souls be saved. Continue Reading »

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Christmas Tree Lighting with the Metropolis of Boston Dance Group

The annual Christmas Tree lighting ceremony at the Metropolis was held on Thursday, December 6th with the parents and children of the Metropolis of Boston Dance Group. Continue Reading »

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His Eminence Methodios, Metropolitan of Boston, is the spiritual leader of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Boston. The Metropolis, whose offices are located in Brookline, Massachusetts, consists of 63 parishes which minister to the needs of approximately 200,000 Greek Orthodox faithful. Learn More »


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The Voice of Orthodoxy: Weekly Radio Sermons

Radio Sermon by Rev. Fr. Athanasios Nenes

The Sunday of Orthodoxy is the first Sunday of Great Lent. The dominant theme of this Sunday since 843 has been that of the victory of the icons. In that year the iconoclastic controversy, which had raged on and off since 726, was finally laid to rest, and icons and their veneration were restored on the first Sunday in Lent. Ever since, this Sunday has been commemorated as the "Triumph of Orthodoxy." Listen »


Daily Reflections by Fr. Andrew Demotses

The other day, as I was taking my customary early morning walk, I began to think of all the things in the daily routine of life that tend to make us angry. Listen »