Sts. Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral 3352 Mayfield Road Cleveland Heights
July 29, 2023
Did you know that there are some 225 million Orthodox Christians worldwide and over 6 million right here in the United States? It's the second largest body in all of Christendom.
The need for a Greek Orthodox Church in the eastern suburbs of Greater Cleveland was felt prior to World War II, when many Greek Orthodox communicants had scattered throughout the city. In 1957 the first service was held at the new Sts. Constantine & Helen in Cleveland Heights. On December 17, 1967, the Archbishop designated Sts. Constantine & Helen a Cathedral.
Rev. Father Stephen Callos has served Sts. Constantine & Helen since 1982. In this video during their annual Greek Festival he told us a little about St. Constantine and his mother, Saint Helen while standing in front of their icons.
Here are some pictures inside the beautiful Cathedral
Father Stephen Callos in front of Sts Constantine and Helen
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