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September 11

Mt. Athos Monks Decorate NYC’s St Nicholas Shrine

Two Greek Orthodox Monks from the isolated monastic community of Mt. Athos were sent to New York City to decorate the rebuilt St Nicholas Shrine, the only church to be demolished in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. After an...

Metropolis of San Francisco Sends Message of Hope for September 11

The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of San Francisco sent a message of hope and pray on the September 11 Remembrance Day, on the 20th anniversary of the tragedy

St. Nicholas Shrine Illuminated on 20th Anniversary of 9/11

The St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church--located just across the street from Ground Zero--was destroyed ruing the terrorist attacks on 9/11. Now, 20 years later, it has been rebuilt to include a shrine and memorial to the tragedy. The church...

9/11 Conspiracy Theories Debunked by Engineering Experts

Countless conspiracy theories have circulated in the wake of 9/11, when terrorists hijacked planes and attacked the World Trade Center in New York twenty years ago. By David Oswald, RMIT University; Erica Kuligowski, RMIT University, and Kate Nguyen, RMIT University The...

Saint Nicholas Shrine To Be Illuminated for September 11

Saint Nicholas Shrine, the church that was built on the site of the only church that was demolished in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, will be illuminated on Friday night like a beacon of light going into...

Flights Resume from Afghanistan; US Vows Retaliation for Any Attacks

Flights are once again operating out of the airport on Tuesday in Kabul, Afghanistan after being shut down yesterday as a result of the total chaos that erupted when thousands of Afghans rushed the tarmac, trying to get onto...

Saint Nicholas Shrine in NYC to be Clad in Same Marble as the Parthenon

St. Nicholas Shrine, at Ground Zero in Manhattan, will soon be clad in Pentelic marble like the Parthenon, atop the Acropolis in Athens.

Archbishop Elpidophoros Concludes Virtual Clergy-Laity Conference on Hopeful Note

The 45th annual Greek Orthodox Clergy-Laity conference, the first ever to be held completely virtually, concluded on Thursday with remarks from Archbishop of the Americas Elpidophoros. He ended the gathering, which had been attended by more than 1,100 of the...