Two intellectual heavyweights met in the city of Ephesus, where the Roman Emperor Theodosius II convened the Third Ecumenical Council in A.D. 431. At stake was the future shape of orthodox Christian belief.
The Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC, is now running an extraordinary online exhibition titled, “Ancient Faith: The Churches of Nagorno-Karabakh.”
Three disciples come face-to-face with the mind-boggling nature of God. How do they react? And is there a lesson for us in their experience? That’s the question the church poses in the Feast of the Transfiguration—which the Armenian Church will observe on Sunday, July 11.
More than 60 young adults took part in the 2021 Virtual Armenia Service Program (ASP) organized by the ACYOA Central Council. The virtual “tour” of Armenia took the shape of 5 online gatherings, which met for an hour each evening during the week of June 13-18.
Every year, the Armenian Church reserves a day in its liturgical calendar to remember one of the more obscure figures of the Old Testament: the Prophet Zechariah. This year his saint day falls on June 29.