Who would have imagined, just two months ago, how Armenian Church life would have to change so abruptly? A longtime deacon of the church offers a reflection.
Throughout the coming week (April 19-25), the Eastern Diocese will continue its online gatherings for young people. This marks the fifth week of the online fellowship initiative called #StayHome and #StayConnected.
In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, especially as regards New York City, the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America has announced that the Diocesan Center would remain closed to the public at least through April 30.
One would not usually draw a connection between the centuries-old rituals of the Armenian Church and modern-day technology. But that is exactly what took place on Easter Sunday at St. Vartan Armenian Cathedral,
In his Easter Sunday sermon at St. Vartan Cathedral, Bishop Daniel reflects on how the story of Christ’s passion strenghthens us in the face of the unexpected.