The proprietor of Lattas Law in Chicago, Robert Lattas practices real estate and corporate law. In charitable matters, Robert Lattas supports Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church.
Located in Palos Hills, Illinois, Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church carries on a tradition of Greeks in America going back over 100 years. Immigrants to Chicago initially resided on the West Side and set up their first church in 1897. As they moved toward the South Side, the need for a closer religious institution became more apparent. In 1910, the first incarnation of Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church opened. As the 20th century continued, the parish moved several times to accommodate its growing membership before adopting its current home.
Today, Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church runs a number of organizations and social services to provide its parishioners with the most fulfilling experience. Young people can build friendships and learn about God through its Junior Orthodox Youth and Greek Orthodox Youths of America programs. Individuals between the ages of 18 and 35 who want to share in cultural and spiritual events can take part in its Young Adult Fellowship. Its philanthropic endeavors include ministries that aid persons who are grieving, who cannot leave their homes, and who are ill. For more information about its initiatives, log onto www.stconstantinehelen.org.