St. Mark's Banquet

On Sunday, Oct. 21/Nov. 3rd, St Mark's Orthodox Cathedral in Boston held its annual fundraising banquet. This year, the banquet hosted more people than in previous years. In attendance were His Grace, Bishop Demetrius of Boston, the Cathedral clergy, Priestmonk Haralambos and Archdeacon Agathangelos of Holy Ascension Monastery, together with the faithful of the Cathedral. With one voice, the clergy and laity thank our Saviour for protecting and blessing the Cathedral, and look forward to moving into the new facilities.

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