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  • From New Rome to Ancient Rome – St. Helen’s Pilgrimage 2024

    Under the leadership of the Dean of Holy Cross, Fr. Eugen J. Pentiuc, and with the participation of Fr. Philip Zymaris and Fr. Bartholomew Mercado, the faculty and students participating in St. Helen’s Pilgrimage completed the first two stages of their pilgrimage to Constantinople and Rome. In Constantinople, His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew granted them an audience at which he greeted the pilgrims and extended his Patriarchal blessings upon them. Fr. Pentiuc notes, “In my private audience with His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, I conveyed the best wishes of His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America and President Dr. Demetrios Katos...

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  • Inaugural Senior Recognition Luncheon Honoring Hellenic College’s Class of 2024 Academic Achievements

    On Wednesday May 15, 2024 at 12 pm at the Maliotis Cultural Center’s East Wing, Hellenic College held the first annual senior recognition luncheon honoring the academic achievements of the class of 2024. The event was co-sponsored by the office of the Dean and by the Mentoring & Advising Committee of Hellenic College. According to the opening remarks of Dr. Timothy Patitsas, the Interim Dean of Hellenic, “There were three main goals for today’s luncheon: to appreciate our seniors; to celebrate the art of scholarship done well as a good in its own right; and, because we want you, the...

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  • Axios to His Grace Bishop Anthony of Synada

    (GOARCH.org) On Saturday, April 20, 2024, His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America ordained Bishop Anthony of Synada at the Greek Orthodox Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. Axios! His Grace's family, fellow hierarchs, local clergy, and many Greek Orthodox faithful gathered for this special ordination. Hierarchs in attendance include Archbishop Demetrios former of America, Metropolitan Gerasimos of San Francisco, Bishop Irinej of the Serbian Orthodox Church of North, Central and South America, Bishop Athenagoras of Nazianzos, Bishop Theophan of Philomelion, and Bishop Nektarios of Diokleia.  Also attending the ceremony was Bishop Anba Suriel of the Coptic Orthodox Church, a colleague in...

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  • HCHC ANNOUNCES 2024 HONOREES

    Hellenic College Holy Cross will once again recognize a couple for their exemplary vision and leadership in the Church. Helen and Archon Louis Nicozisis will each receive an honorary doctorate from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology at the upcoming 82nd Commencement on May 18, 2024. This highest honor the school can bestow will be granted to them for the impact they have made at Holy Cross and across the Archdiocese in the field of missions and evangelism. Partners in life and service for sixty years, Archon Primikirios Louis and Helen Nicozisis have exemplified the Greek-American dream. Faithful Orthodox Christians, they have...

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  • Holy Cross School of Theology’s ThM Program Earns Coveted Spot on Forbes’ List of Top One-Year Online Master’s Programs

    Brookline, MA (April 17, 2024): – Holy Cross School of Theology is thrilled to announce that its Master of Theology Degree (ThM) program has been recognized by Forbes as one of the top one-year online master's programs in high-impact fields. This prestigious accolade underscores the school's commitment to delivering exceptional theological education that is both accessible and academically rigorous. Initiated in 2022 under the visionary leadership of Rev. Dr. Eugen J. Pentiuc, Dean of Holy Cross School of Theology, and the esteemed faculty, the ThM Online Program was designed to provide advanced, research-oriented theological education for students worldwide, regardless of...

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  • Journeying Through the Triodion, Holy Week, and Pascha – A Series of Video Reflections by Holy Cross Faculty

    Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology Announces Journeying Through the Triodion, Holy Week, and Pascha A Series of Video Reflections by Dean Fr. Eugen J. Pentiuc and the Holy Cross Faculty © The Scriptorium Initiative Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology is launching the first fruits of The Scriptorium Initiative with a series of Lenten and Holy Week Reflections beginning on Sunday, February 26 involving the full faculty of Holy Cross. The series, organized by Dean Fr. Eugen J. Pentiuc and the Holy Cross Faculty, is entitled Journeying Together Through the Triodion, Holy Week, and Pascha. On each...

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