Cardinal Sean O'Malley Visits Metropolitan Methodios on Theophany

For the first time ever, His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios received His Eminence Cardinal Sean O'Malley of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Continue Reading »


A New Year's Reflection by Father Kyriakos Saravelas

As we begin the New Year, I ask that you read this text written by Father Kyriakos Saravelas in 2003. Continue Reading »


Metropolis of Boston Camp Staff Training - Watertown, MA

On Sunday, December 27th, the MBC staff gathered at the Taxiarchae Parish in Watertown, MA for their annual Christmas event. Continue Reading »


His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios Celebrates Christmas Liturgy at the Annunciation Cathedral

To celebrate the Metropolis of Feasts, His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios presided over the Divine Liturgy on Christmas day at the Annunciation Cathedral of Boston. Continue Reading »


Christmas Greeting From His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios of Boston

Please read the Christmas Greeting From His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios of Boston here. Continue Reading »

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The Voice of Orthodoxy: Weekly Radio Sermons

Radio Sermon by Rev. Fr. Athanaios Nenes & Rev. Fr. Luke A. Veronis

Reflections offered by Rev. Fr. Athanasios Nenes & Rev. Fr. Luke A. Veronis Listen »

Saints, Feasts, and Readings for 01/18/2021

Athanasios and Cyril, Patriarchs of Alexandria
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Weekly Sermon by Fr. Luke A. Veronis

What Shall We Offer to Christ?

Following the fall of communism in Albania, there was a state-run orphanage where 100 boys and girls lived under squalid conditions. With the freedom of religion came the opportunity for the Church to be more involved in these state institutions, and to bring such children the joy and good news of Christmas. A priest and some of his parishioners happened to go to this orphanage and share the Christmas Story with all the children. He told them about the Virgin Mary and Joseph in Bethlehem finding no room in the inn. How the holy family found refuge in a cave, where the baby Jesus was born, and how they placed Him in a manger among the animals. Continue Reading »


Daily Reflections by Fr. Andrew Demotses

I have often thought that my love of gardening has helped me to sustain my sense of wonder and appreciation for God's constant process of creation. Listen »