1. “The personality of Patriarch Samuel Chantzeris: General Survey”, in Patriarch Samuel Chantzeris and community education in the Constantinople, (in collaboration with Athanasios Karathanasis), Greek Community of Neochorion, 2017, 33-68.
  2. “The role of the hierarchy in the contemporary Greek State as delineated in the Charters of the Church of the Greece (1833 to 1977)”, edited by William Henderson and Ephrosyni Zacharopoulou, in Greece, Rome, Byzantium and Africa, Studies presented to Benjamin Hendrikchs on his seventy-fifth birthday, Johannesburg – Athens 2016, 463-493.
  3. “Education in Asia Minor in the second half of the 19th century, through the press of the period”, (in collaboration with Niki Chiotelli), Mikrasiatiki Spitha 20(2016) 29-38.
  4. “Thessalonica: The city is the strength to overcome the crisis”, in Cities want to live, Livorno 2015, 79-87.
  5. “Constantine the Grate in Byzantine Historiography”, Church Studies 11 (2014) 201-210.
  6. “The problems of theological dialogue with the Orthodox Church”, in We know and rely on the love God has for us” (1 Jn .4:16). The dialogue between Catholics and Orthodox: The contribution of His Holiness BartholomewI, in his 20 years at the helm of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, Agrafa 2013, 160-179.
  7. “Religious Policy of Constantine the Great, The edict of Milan and its implementation in the Byzantine Empire”, Pneumatiki Diakonia 16 (2013) 38-50.
  8. “Pages from the patriarchy of Michael Keroularios after the schism between the Churches of East and West”, Iakostrofion, Volume in honor for Metropolitan of Syros and Tinos Dorotheus, Holy Island of Tinos 2013, 28-38.
  9. “The Representation of the Patriarchate of Alexandria at Ferrara –Florence and the Fight against Proselytization in the Provinces from the 15th to 18th century: Investigation on the Basis of the Sources”, Ekklesiastikos Faros 94,N.S. 23 (2012) 260-289.
  10. “The presence of the emperors and their representatives in the work of the Ecumenical Councils”, off print of the Byzantinos Domos, Thessalonica 2010, 445-497.
  11. “The lives of the Greek-Italian saints of the 9th to 10th centuries as a source of Church History”, Eucharist and Sermon, volume in honor of His Holiness Metropolitan Anthimos of Thessalonica,  Athens 2009, 305-320.
  12. “Proselytizing action of Protestants and Roman-Catholics in Ottoman-conquered areas (15th - 18th.)”,History of Orthodoxy, vol. 5, Athens 2009, 410-437.
  13. “The Patriarchate of Alexandria and its missionary work”, History of Orthodoxy, vol.7, Athens 2009, 72-95.
  14. “The Holy Land and the Patriarchate of Jerusalem”, History of Orthodoxy, vol. 7, Athens 2009,96- 113.
  15. “The diocese of Platamon. Sources and concerns”, Proceedings of the 3rd Scholarly Conference on: Pieria in the Byzantine era and later years, Katerini 2008, 247-258.
  16. “The monastery of St. John the Baptist of Serres as a spiritual refuge. Important personalities that lived or took refuge there”, Reprint of the Honorary Volume: Serres refuge. Spiritual and cultural treasures of the Church of Serres, Serres 2008, 127-140.
  17. “Thessalonica as an ecclesiastical centre during the first six centuries of the Christian era”, Municipality of Thessalonica, Lectures of the Theological Courses, Open University, Thessalonica 2008, 161-175.
  18. “The Uniates in Southern Italy, Beginnings – Development - Current situation”, Proceedings of the Conference: Ecumenism – Genesis – Expectations - Denials, vol. II, Thessalonica 2008, 665-684.
  19. “The ecclesiastical status of the Metropolis of Thessalonica in the early years of the 20th century”, Municipality of Thessalonica, Lectures of the Theological Courses, Open University, Thessalonica 2008, 161-175.
  20. “Brief history of the Orthodox Church of South Italy and Sicily”, Scholarly Annals of Supreme Ecclesiastical Academy of Vella of Ioannina, vol. 4, Vella 2007, 403-427.
  21. “The Greek-Albanians in Southern Italy”, Volume in honor of metropolitan of Megara Jacob. The world of Orthodoxy in the past and present, Thessalonica 2006, 725-740.
  22. “The communication of the Cappadocian Fathers with political personalities of their era, based on their correspondence”, Byzantinos Domos 14 (2004-2005) 183-203.
  23. “The jurisdiction of the Archdiocese of Ohridin Italy in the 16th century”, Proceedings of the Scholarly Conference: Christian Macedonia: Thessalonica - Ohrid, Thessalonica 2004, 480-496.
  24. “´Remembrances the liturgical books of the Church of the Assumption Upper Skotina”, Macedonika 41 (2003) 191-199.
  25. “Saint Nicholas the pilgrim. History of the shared legacy of the East and West after the schism of 1054”, Byzantinos Domos 11 (2003) 192-211.
  26. “The election of Archbishop Cyril to the throne of Mount Sinai”, Kleronomia 34 (2002) 167-173.
  27. “The protocol of delivery of the property of the Kanales monastery to the monastery of Saint Dionysius of Olympus”, (in collaboration with Ath. Dararas), Thessaliko  Hemerologio 40 (2001) 225-234.
  28. “Information about the city of Katerini through the Historical Archive of Macedonia”, Proceedings of the conference: Municipality Katerini 70years, History, Society and Culture, Katerini 2001, 59-99.
  29. “The Settlement of refugees in Lower Scholari”, (in collaboration with Paschalis Valsamidis), Proceedings of the 5th National Conference of the Historical and Folklore Society of Chalkidiki. The Greeks of Asia Minor, Pontus, Eastern Thrace and Chalkidiki, Chalkidiki 2000, 103-120.
  30. “Greek-Italians and Greek-Albanians in Southern Italy and Sicily. Roman Catholic Uniatism as a timeless method of spiritual violence”, Gregory Palamas785 (2000) 1049-1096.
  31. “The Patriarch of Alexandria Kallinikos (1800-1889)”, Makedonika 31 (1998) 281-298.
  32. “The spiritual culture of Olympus during the Ottoman Empire”, Paper at the 5th and 6th Conferences of the Cultural Organization of Elassona, Elassona 1994, 275-282.
  33. “The University program of Olympus”. An addendum to Prof A. Angelopoulos’ paper on “The contribution of the dioceses of Olympus in Pieria to the spiritual and national identity of the Greeks during the Turkish occupation, Memoirs of John Anastasiou”, Scholarly Annals of the Theological School, Thessalonica 1992, 53-54.
  34. “Dioceses of the Ecumenical Throne in mainland Southern Italy”, Honorary tribute to the former Archbishop of Athens and all Greece, His Eminence Iakovos Vavanatsos, Megara 1991, 288-299.
  35. Entries in the Great Orthodox Encyclopedia

I. “Averky, bishop of Hierapolis”, vol. I, 21-22
II. “Agathangelos, bishop of Platamon”, vol. I, 50.
III. “Saint Agapetos, Diocese”, vol. I, 145.
IV. “Athenagoras I,Ecumenical Patriarch”, vol. I, 384-389.
V. “Athenagoras, Archbishop of Thyateira”, vol. I, 389-390.
VI. “Alexander Dimoglu Archbishop of America,metropolitan of Corfu”, vol. II, 168.
VII. “Albano, city of Italy”, vol. II, 209-210.
VIII. “Anatolius, former Archbishop of Canada and Montreal”,vol. II, 419-420.

    • Editor (in collaboration with prof. Athanasios Angelopulos), of a Volume in honor of metropolitan of Megara Jacob. The World of Orthodoxy in the past and the present, Thessalonica 2006.