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The Hellenic News of America interviewed our Executive Producer Michael Psaros for their June 2016 issue!

Mr. Psaros spoke to the Hellenic News and the Greek TV station ERT3 about PISTEVO “I Believe” and his dream for every faithful member of the Orthodox Church around the world to see the film. He also stressed the importance of Orthodoxy to Hellenism, and concluded the interview by bringing attention to the persecution of Christians in the Middle East.

The full interview can be found on the Hellenic News’ site here!

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The Art of Belief Episode III: Our Mission has won a Communicator Award of Distinction at the 22nd Annual Communicator Awards!

Once again, we are proud of –  and humbled by – all the accolades PISTEVO and The Art of Belief have received over the past year.
Our award-winning Episode III and the rest of The Art of Belief web series can be viewed here on our site.

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Χριστὸς ἀνέστη! Khristós Anésti!

For Holy Week, PISTEVO “I Believe” was broadcast on the Greek TV stations of STAR, Odyssey, and Antenna to over 50 countries around the world! Preliminary numbers show that our beautiful documentary was seen by over 200,000 people!

The new Greek version of our film, ΠΙΣΤΕΥΩ “I Believe”, can be found on our website here!

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SELECT BROADCAST TIMES IN US & CANADA
Holy Thursday, April 28, 2016
6:30 PM – STAR INTERNATIONAL
8:00 PM – ANT1 SATELLITE
 
Good Friday, April 29, 2016
6:30 PM – ODYSSEY TV
9:45 PM – STAR INTERNATIONAL
 
Holy Saturday, April 30, 2016
3:45 PM – ANT1 SATELLITE
7:00 PM – STAR INTERNATIONAL
 
Easter Sunday, May 1, 2016
10:00 AM – ODYSSEY TV
 
COMPLETE LIST OF BROADCAST TIMES BY NETWORK
STAR INTERNATIONAL
Holy Thursday, April 28, 2016 – 18:30 EST (Eastern Standard Time)
Good Friday, April 29, 2016 – 21:45 EST
Holy Saturday, April 30, 2016 – 19:00 EST
 
ANT1 – ANTENNA
ANTENNA SATELLITE
Holy Thursday, April 28, 2016 – 20:00 EST (Eastern Standard Time)
Holy Saturday, April 30, 2016 – 15:45 EST
ANTENNA EUROPE
Holy Thursday, April 28, 2016 – 20:00

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On March 20, the Sunday of Orthodoxy, PISTEVO “I Believe” was screened at St. George Greek Orthodox Church in Media, Pennsylvania, to an audience of over 150 people! The presentation was organized by the Hellenic News of America, and a short Q and A followed the viewing. We are honored to be able to continue to present PISTEVO and serve as a source of inspiration for the faithful.

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On April 5, PISTEVO “I Believe” had a booth at the 25th anniversary of the Hellenic News of America’s Hermes Expo in Concordville, Pennsylvania. We were able to inform, educate, and entertain attendees about our film and the beautiful iconography at the Church of Our Saviour.

At the Awards Dinner after the Expo, The Art of Belief Episode III: Our Mission was screened to an audience of 250 people, the largest audience at a public screening since PISTEVO’s premiere in June of 2015!

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Our partner, the Orthodox Christian Network, excerpted The National Herald’s March 5th article about our Executive Producer, Michael Psaros, for their thousands of followers!

Titled “If Michael Psaros Believes in You, or Your Company, Good Things Happen,” and written by TNH staff writer Constantine S. Sirigos, the article discusses the importance of Michael’s Greek Orthodox faith in his life, as well as his role in helping us produce our beautiful film, PISTEVO “I Believe.”

An excerpt of the article can be found here on the OCN website and in full on The National Herald website. The picture of Michael and article are attributed to The National Herald, and we

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St. Matthew was originally a tax collector during the time of the Roman Empire. Jewish tax collectors were considered destructive betrayers of their country and religion by their peers. Speaking with a tax collector was considered a sin, and associating with one was defilement.When Matthew first heard the voice of Jesus Christ, he left everything and followed the Savior. The Pharisees asked why Jesus ate with sinners and tax collectors. But the Lord had “come to call not the righteous, but sinners to repentance” (Mt. 9:13).  Matthew acknowledged his sins, repaid anyone he had cheated, and gave his remaining possessions

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St. Peter was born in Bethsaida in Galilee. He was a fisherman and the brother of Andrew. He was called to be the fisher of men and was named “Cephas” by Jesus Christ, which means rock. In all lists of the Twelve, he is named first. Peter’s confession of faith was soon followed by a sharp rebuke from the Lord. Peter said that he would never leave his Lord, and then later as predicted, he denied Jesus three times. Peter later made amends for his triple denial by a triple protestation of love.
For more information on St. Peter, please visit the Orthodox Christian

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Paul Kotrotsios of the Hellenic News of America, in cooperation with the Mid Atlantic Greek America Foundation, hosted three unforgettable dinner-dance events in Philadelphia, New York, and Baltimore over the Martin Luther King holiday weekend.  “We put center stage Epirotes and their friends,” explained Kotrotsios. “We are having fun and helping a good cause, the Orphans and Elders in Epirus, Greece.” PISTEVO “I Believe” had a booth at the event in Philadelphia. We were thrilled to be involved in such an honorable undertaking!!

For the full article of the event, visit the Queens Gazette or the Greek Reporter’s websites.


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