The Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture has been established on the campus of Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, made possible by a three million dollar donation from The Jaharis Family Foundation. The Center will serve as a premier international research center for the promotion of Byzantine art and culture and host a series of academic programs including seminars, conferences, visiting scholars, special events and art programs.
John Chirban Edits Collection on Byzantine Medicine and Healing
Holy Cross Orthodox Press of Hellenic College-Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology has published Holistic Healing in Byzantium. This collection of essays, edited by John T. Chirban, explains how the principle of holism, so prevalent in our modern times, is deeply rooted in centuries of healing and medical practice in the Byzantine era. The book demonstrates how Orthodox Christian theology, in contrast to Western Christianity, developed a blend of empirical, scientific, and faith-based methodology for healing.
HCHC President Rev. Nicholas Triantafilou, EFOM President Mrs. Helen Nicozisis,
Rev. Alexander Veronis and Rev. Luke Veronis
The Missions Institute of Orthodox Christianity was established on April 29, 2010 at Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology with an initial endowed gift of one million dollars from EFOM (the Endowment Fund for Orthodox Missions).
IOCC Boston Metropolitan Committee
invites you to a
Saturday, May 22
Dr. Nicolas Hadjinicolaou, Professor Emeritus of Art History of the University of Crete and Senior Visiting Scholar at the Onassis Foundation (USA), will present a lecture entitled "The State of El Greco Studies at the Beginning of the Twenty First Century", on Tuesday, April 13, 2010 in the Reading Room of the Archbishop Iakovos Library. Reception at 7pm in the library's foyer followed by the lecture. The lecture is sponsored by the Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation (USA) in conjunction with the Greek Studies Program and the Cantonis Chair of Byzantine Studies at Hellenic College.
The Very Rev. Joachim Cotsonis, PhD, Director of the Archbishop Iakovos Library, presented a scholarly paper at the 10th International Symposium of Byzantine Sigillography held at the University of Ioannina, Greece, on October 1-3, 2009. The paper was entitled "The Image of the Doubting Thomas on an Unpublished Seal of the Sixth Century". It was co-authored by Dr. John Nesbitt of Dumbarton Oaks, Harvard Center for Byzantine Studies.
The Archbishop Iakovos Collection has loaned the icon of St. John the Theologian, c. 1800, to the Museum of Biblical Art (MOBIA) of the American Bible Society in New York for the special exhibition and reception in honor of the visit of the Ecumenical Patriarch, His All Holiness Batrtholomew, Archbishop of Constantinople and New Rome. The exhibit, entitled "Scripture, Image, Life: Orthodox Christianity", will continue through the 24th of January 2010.
Summer Institute 2009 is a success!
Department of Religious Education and National Forum of Church Musicians Focus on Teaching the Faith and Involving Young People in Music.
Seventy five participants from every corner of the Archdiocese attended the 2009 Summer Institute held by the Department of Religious Education and the National Forum of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians on the campus of Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology.
Over three days and two nights, experts and specialists led workshops and presentations on teaching the Orthodox Faith and involving young people in Church music programs.
Below is a list of upcoming events at Hellenic College Holy Cross. For a complete list, please refer to our Campus Calendar.