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The Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, located in New York City, stands as the seat of the Archbishop of America and serves as a symbol of Greek Orthodoxy in the Western Hemisphere. Founded in 1892, the Holy Trinity parish has a rich history, with the Cathedral being the second Greek Orthodox Church established in the Americas and the first in New York City. Alongside its religious significance, the Cathedral has played a crucial role in promoting Greek education through the establishment of the Cathedral School in 1949. The school aims to instill an appreciation for the Greek language, culture, and history among its diverse student population, while also providing a strong academic foundation for future education.