Holy Trinity
Greek Orthodox Cathedral

The First Greek Orthodox Church in North and South America Established in 1864

Archives Committee

 

Mission

† Respecting Material Expressions of Our Orthodox Faith

† Honoring Our Orthodox Christian Pioneers

† Preserving and Sharing the Greek Orthodox History in New Orleans

† Reaching For the Future

† Educating New Generations

An Exhibition From the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral Historical Archives Hellenic Center Fellowship Hall

The Keepers of the Faith Exhibition celebrated on March 10, 2012 was a milestone for the Holy Trinity Cathedral family.Organized and presented by the Ladies Philoptochos Society and the Archives Committee, approximately 200 artifacts were displayed tracing our history from 1865 to 1915.

We gratefully acknowledge our gratitude for making this event possible to all our sponsors:
Maria Anastasiou,Evangelia Bilalis,Cannata's Market, Morgan City, Olga Christakis, Danae Columbus, Debbie Funti, Gulf Marine & Industrial Supplies, Kaare Johnson, Richard Maag, Laila Marcos, Maria Mellis, Popi Michaelakis, Martin Wine Cellar, Dr. and Mrs. Nick Moustoukas, Rouses Supermarkets, John Vassilopoulos (Iatrodesign, LLC), Dina Vatranis, Cathy Vial, Stephanie Vial, Winn Dixie, Ginny Zissis, Zuppardo's Economical Super Market. Thank you also to Scott Ratteree for his guidance and support with the exhibition, the GOYANS for their assistance in removing the artifacts after the exhibition and to Connie Tiliakos for her insightful and educational presentation on the history of Holy Trinity.

Display cases and panels were loaned at no cost by The Historic New Orleans Collection. Thank you to all for your support.

 

The Beginning


Establishment of Holy Trinity


The 1900's