Lord, as we witness from afar the stunning developments in the Republic of Armenia, we stand in grateful awe of your majesty, and your merciful attention to the prayers of our people.
Armenian Christians across the globe are commemorating this day, April 24, as the “Feast of the Holy Martyrs of the Armenian Genocide.”
The storied history of midtown Manhattan’s St. Vartan Cathedral will be told through photos and artifacts—some never displayed before—in a special exhibition to honor the 50th anniversary of St. Vartan Cathedral.
When the oldest living Armenian priest described his years living in the Holy Land as a seminary student, I gave close attention to his explanation of the spiritual significance of the paths our Lord walked.
Armenian School students from several Eastern Diocese parishes participated in a fun, interactive tournament of “Jeopardy” that tested their knowledge of Armenian history and culture.