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St. John of Damascus School of Byzantine Music Resumes Classes

The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Boston announces that classes of the St. John of Damascus School of Byzantine Music will resume with our first meeting to take place on Monday, February 13, 2023, at 6:00pm at the Metropolis of Boston (162 Goddard Ave, Brookline, MA 02445). Continue Reading »

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Metropolis Clergy Family Vasilopita Celebration

Metropolis Clergy Family Vasilopita Celebration Continue Reading »

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MBC Holds Successful Young Adult Retreat

On January 6th, MBC welcomed about 60 young adults at its young adult retreat! Over the course of the weekend, participants had the opportunity to disconnect from every day life and enjoy Christian fellowship at the St. Methodios Faith and Heritage Center. Continue Reading »

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Orthodoxy on Tap Lowell - December 2022

On December 22nd, 2022, over 60 young adults gathered for Lowell's Orthodoxy on Tap! Continue Reading »

 


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The Voice of Orthodoxy: Weekly Radio Sermons

 

 



Weekly Sermon by Fr. Luke A. Veronis

How We Face the Future Without Fear? Together!

In the midst of these angst-filled days of the world, our society is filled with fear. Fear about the future. Fear about those who don’t see the world as we do. Fear of the strangers. Fear of the foreigner and immigrant. Fear of those who seem so different. Fear of the extremists, whether right-wing or left-wing. Fear of our former friends who have now become our enemies because of the pandemic or politics or other social issues. Continue Reading »


Daily Reflections by Fr. Andrew Demotses

For many of us, our earliest religious memories are those of Holy Week's solemn services and rituals. Listen »