In the shadow of that infamous date, September 11, we offer a meditation on the reality of suffering, and the power of the Cross in Armenian Christian spirituality.
The Eastern Diocese’s “Sacred Music Festival”—a gathering of choir singers, directors, instrumentalists, and lovers of Armenian sacred music from throughout the Diocese—will be an online event this year.
It was the great religious “confab” of the 4th century: a gathering of Christian bishops from throughout the world, convened by no less an authority than the Roman Emperor Constantine I.
The Eastern Diocese is pleased to release its 2019 Annual Report to Donors, titled “Still United in Spirit.”
The Armenian Church calendar occasionally gives us an unlikely pairing of saints on a single feast day: an “odd couple” who don’t quite fit together. That’s the case with the day dedicated to St. John the Forerunner and Job the Righteous—observed today, September 3.