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METROPOLIS OF BOSTON CAMP PASSES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES STATE INSPECTION WITH ZERO VIOLATIONS

On Tuesday, July 9th, the Metropolis of Boston Camp (MBC) underwent its annual surprise inspection. After the State of New Hampshire's Department of Health and Human Services inspection, the inspector shared that he found ZERO violations with MBC’s facilities and operations.  Continue Reading »

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Philoptochos Board Meeting and Celebration of His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios of Boston

On June 15th, the Metropolis of Boston, together with His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios, hosted.. Continue Reading »

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The Feast of St. Methodios Patriarch of Constantinople, June 14, Nameday of His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios of Boston

“A work of Architectural marvel”  Those are the words with which Metropolitan Methodios described... Continue Reading »

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The 38th Metropolis of Boston Ministries Awards Dinner in Gillette Stadium

Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA:  The 38th Metropolis of Boston Ministries Awards Dinner was held on Sunday, June 9, at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA. Over 850 guests... Continue Reading »

 

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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

Anyone who reads the New Testament seriously is almost always surprised to learn how often Christ saw life so differently from the way we do. Listen »