Alex Limberatos named New Youth Director

Alex Limberatos is a graduate of Hellenic College & Holy Cross. He began his education in 2011 when he enrolled for a Bachelors of Religious Studies and continued on to finish at Holy Cross with a Masters of Divinity. Among his academic theological studies, Alex studied pastoral subjects such as youth ministry, religious education, and marriage & family life. His senior Masters of Divinity Thesis was on the intersections of Orthodoxy and Far Eastern Religions & Practices.

He has had experience teaching and leading Vacation Bible School programs as well as teaching elementary & high school Sunday School classes.

Alex has participated in a number of mission trips, including two to Albania, one to Project Mexico. This summer, between graduation from Holy Cross and beginning at St. George on August 1, he will be in Indonesia for a month staying on various islands. He is hoping to pursue the service of missions down the road in his life.

Alex is a Wisconsin native who loves to write and read. He hopes to develop family ministries along with youth ministries so as to enrich the lives of all with the holy and sustaining life of the Orthodox Christian Church.

Alex is excited to be serving the community of St. George, and hopes to not only become a welcome member of the parish but also to give all he can in service to God and this beautiful community.

Philip & Maria Cusimano 50th Wedding Anniversary

Philip & Maria Cusimano Of New Port Richey celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on Mother’s Day May 14, 2017.

They were married on May 14, 1967 at St Nicholass Greek Orthodox Church in Detroit, Michigan.

Both are from Detroit Michigan and have been residents of New Port Richey since 1977. Philip was in banking in Detroit for more than 20 years and banking in Florida for more than 20 years in commercial lending and human resources. Maria has been successfully self employed for over 20 years. They have 3 children, 2 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.

Mother's Day edition of the Greek National Herald

Please enjoy the Mother’s Day edition of the Greek National Herald, which is dedicated to our own Eva Kontos whom they chose for Mother of the Year. We will be honoring her on Mother’s Day with others. Eva’s story is spread over several pages.