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Greek Language Day: Honoring The Mother of Western Languages

International Greek Language Day is celebrated annually every February 9, the day which also honors the memory of the Greek national poet Dionysios Solomos, who wrote Greece's national anthem ''Hymn to Liberty.'' This celebration seeks to highlight the Greek language’s...

Greek Adventurer Opens Safari Company in Uganda

Greek adventurer Panos Karakitsos hopes to put the beauty of Uganda on the map with his new travel agency Adroa Travels. Karakitsos, who is originally from the Greek city of Ioannina, moved to Uganda five years ago after falling in...

OXI Day in Uganda Marks Eternal Struggle for Freedom and Justice

The anniversary of "OXI Day," the day in October of 1940 when the Greek people refused to bow to the Italian request to conquer the nation, is always a cause of celebration throughout the world where Hellenism has set...

Uganda’s Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Jonah Lwanga Laid to Rest

Hundreds of faithful, members of the Greek Orthodox hierarchy and Uganda officials gathered on Monday for the funeral of Metropolitan Jonah Lwanga who died earlier in September. A Greek flag was draped over the coffin of the spiritual leader of...

Archbishop of Uganda Orthodox Church, Jonah Lwanga, Passes Away

The Uganda Orthodox Church announced on Sunday that Archbishop Jonah Lwanga passed away at an Athens hospital where he was receiving treatment. No details were released on the cause of his death. Jonah Lwanga was the spiritual leader of more...

The Greek Actor Who Became a Star in Uganda, Africa

A Greek actor and photographer has been making a name for himself in Africa, where he has become a breakout star.

Greek Orthodox Church of Uganda Celebrates Easter With Splendor

The Greek Orthodox Church of Uganda celebrated the Holy week with splendor and devotion.

The Greek Priest Building Schools in Africa

Father Antonios Mutyaba is not your usual Greek priest. He is responsible for the education of hundreds of children in Uganda, East Africa.

Uganda’s Greek Orthodox Church Asks for Urgent Donations to Livestream Services

The Greek Orthodox Church of Uganda, which recently celebrated 100 years since its founding in the country, has appealed through social media for donations in order to livestream its services during Holy Week and beyond. As most religious institutions internationally...

The Greek Orthodox Church Celebrates a Century of Vital Work in Uganda

"We are Greeks because we got educated in Greece," says Jonah (Lwanga), the Metropolitan of Kampala and All Uganda, the spiritual leader of more than 100.000 Ugandans who are Greek Orthodox Christians. Speaking to the Greek Reporter's Anastasios Papapostolou, he proudly...