The Eastern Diocese was deeply saddened by the passing of Dr. Lucy Der Manuelian, the pioneering scholar of Armenian Art History, who passed away at her home in Belmont, MA, on September 20. She was 93.
During a VEMKAR Live Session on August 17, St. Nersess Seminary scholar Dr. Roberta Ervine led viewers on a journey through Scripture, Armenian liturgy, and Christian tradition.
The installation of a new Rodgers Organ at Holy Martyrs Church in Bayside, NY, became an occasion for choir members and accompanists to benefit from a “Master Class” in Armenian Church music.
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.”