What is Saint Nicholas Shrine and Why is it so Important to Rebuild?

What is Saint Nicholas Shrine and Why is it so Important to Rebuild?

Once rebuilt, Saint Nicholas, like the Parthenon that graces the Acropolis, has the potential to inspire millions for generations to come. The parish will continue to function as a parish of the Archdiocese and it will also be a National Shrine on hallowed ground. It will shine as a spiritual...

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Memories of St. Nicholas: A Refuge In the Midst of a Busy City

Memories of St. Nicholas: A Refuge In the Midst of a Busy City

Learn about St. Nicholas National Shrine at the World Trade Center, New York. Inspired by the project to rebuild St. Nicholas Shrine, the Orthodox Christian Network is proud to feature stories and news related to its progress. On September 11, 2001, Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church was crushed under the...

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Memories of St. Nicholas

Memories of St. Nicholas

Memories of St. Nicholas: A Spiritual Memorial Learn about St. Nicholas National Shrine at the World Trade Center, New York.  Inspired by the project to rebuild St. Nicholas Shrine, the Orthodox Christian Network is proud to feature stories and news related to its progress.  On September 11, 2001, Saint Nicholas Greek...

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This Week in Orthodoxy, September 11, 2015

This Week in Orthodoxy, September 11, 2015

Welcome to “This Week in Orthodoxy”, the world’s only online video newscast focused on events in the life of the Orthodox Church.  I’m Emmy Louvaris. These are the some of the stories making headlines this week: Hellenic College Holy Cross to Celebrate Its Name Day Pistevo Film Inspires the Faithful...

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Vivid Rainbows Grace New York City Skies Over St. Nicholas on Eve of 911

Vivid Rainbows Grace New York City Skies Over St. Nicholas on Eve of 911

Today, “a moment of silence was observed at 8:46 a.m., the moment when the first plane struck the North Tower” notes the Wall Street Journal in ‘9/11 Ceremony in New York City Marks 14th Anniversary of Attacks‘. Victims’ family members began reading the names of the 2,983 people killed in the 2001...

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