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17 teams competed throughout the weekend.

Residents and Volunteers welcomed Metropolitan Methodios and enjoyed the cutting of the Vasilopita.

Newly published tome contains a Foreword by His All Holiness Patriarch Bartholomew I.

"This Christmas, let us be drawn to the light which dispels sadness and fear. Let us approach the manger in humility, that our hearts and souls may be filled with hope, peace and salvation"

More than 40 youngsters sang the kalanda for Metropolitan Methodios and decorated the Christmas tree in the Metropolis Center

Metropolitan tonsured 12 Altar Boys

During Pastoral visits, Metropolitan Methodios enjoyed seeing faithful in Portsmouth and Lexington

Metropolitan Methodios welcomed Cardinal Sean O'Malley and clergy and laity to St. Andrew Vespers.

Metropolitan Methodios expressed “sincere gratitude to the members of our Metropolis Philoptochos Board and all Philoptochos Chapters in our Metropolis. I urge you to continue sharing the love of our benevolent and merciful Lord with our fellow human beings,” he said

73 adults and children participated in family weekend retreat at St. Methodios Faith & Heritage Center

Boston College Students brought cake, joined Philoxenia House Family in celebration

Fr. Dean Panagos and Fr. Charles Simones assisted Metropolitan Methodios

As we draw near to the Parish elections in our Communities, I invite all those who will be candidates for election, together with all on-going Parish Council members, to attend one of nine District Parish Council Seminars that will be held over the next several weeks.

Meeting focused on new Greek books and year's calendar

The October 1, 2010 issue of The Catholic Free Press covered extensively and pictorially the recent Orthodox Catholic Pilgrimage led by Metropolitan Methodios and Bishop McManus

Pilgrims were impressed that the Patriarch personally gave each pilgrim a cross and a book, and that he went to their dinner and sat with them, was reported in an extensive article of the Pilgrimage in the Catholic Free Press.

Seminar provided information and tools to ignite the flame of stewardship on the parish level

"This pilgrimage is yet another manifestation of our mutual desire to continue on the path to unity of our two churches.We look forward to receiving the blessings of the leaders of our Churches both in Rome and Constantinople."---Metropolitan Methodios

"May this year be especially dedicated to relieve the suffering of our fellow human beings throughout the United States and the entire world."

Lowell's Hellenic American Academy celebrates opening of Middle School

A National Guardsman and Military Chaplain, Fr. Moody graduated from Holy Cross in May.

A plaque of appreciation was presented to Metropolitan Methodios and Philoptochos Women

Hardcover volume contains the history of the Metropolis of Boston since it was established on May 17, 1923 as part of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. Magnificent photographs illustrate 319 page tome.

"I am glad I came, and what I see is a bright future for our Church....."

Weekly visits afford Metropolitan Methodios the opportunity to get to know campers

The July 24 Family Picnic Celebration marks 20 years of camping ministry.

"I hope you all have a good summer and that God blesses you and the kids in your care."

2010 season began with a Family Camp June 30-July 4; weekly sessions will conclude august 8. BDC-MBC Reunion will take taple July 24--Everyone is welcome!

The joint celebrations of the Patron Saints Peter and Paul and Andrew were initiated by Constantinople and Rome in the spirit of reconciliation

Rev. Theodore J. Barbas has been Chancellor of the Metropolis since 2008

750 stewards from throughout New England attended and were inspired by Metropolitan's remarks

Metropolitan met with past and present Youth/Camp Directors

Event honored the Hellenic Women's Benevolent Association

Metropolitan Methodios tonsured three Altar Boys and two Chanters.

Holy Trinity was founded in 1910

Finalists are: Stacey Kourtis in Senior Division, Alexa Kassos in Junior division

More than 60 Pine Street Inn guests enjoyed a delicious meal consisting of meatloaf and all the trimmings.

Metropolitan and a large contingent of Greek Orthodox faithful joined 42,000 marchers at 2010 Walk for Hunger

"Keeping Youth Connected" was theme of Conference

Everyone loves a Parade! Everyone loved the 2010 Greek Independence Day Parade in Boston. Rodi Kantakas was Miss Greek Independence. Lydia Emmanouilidou was 1st Runner-up; Panayiota Lambrianidis was the 2nd Runner-up

100 Stewards participated.

Hellenic American Academy students march in Parade

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts State House will mark the 189th Anniversary of Greek Independence Day on Friday, April 3.

Commonwealth legislators invite members of the Greek American Community to Greek Independence Celebration at the State House on April 23.

Cracking eggs and declaring "Christos Anesti" highlights gathering

Faithful urged to attend April 23 celebration at the State House and participate in the Parade on April 25

Metropolitan Methodios and the New England Clergy enjoyed fellowship during Paschal Luncheon in Braintree

CHRISTOS ANESTI
Tuesday, April 06, 2010

His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios proclaims Christos Anesti at Annunciation Cathedral of Boston. Cardinal Sean O'Malley attended Service

"Let us bury all our anxieties and fears, and let us go forth proclaiming the triumph and promise of a new life."

Cardinal Sean O'Malley welcome Metropolitan Methodios at Holy Cross Cathedral

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