The Eastern Diocese has created a special committee to protect the endangered Armenian heritage sites of Artsakh.
Martin Luther King’s mission was a consequence of his ministry, grounded in a Christian vision of human dignity, under the fatherhood of God.
In a typical season, clergy visit their parishioners to perform the “Home Blessing” in the period following the Feast of the Lord’s Nativity. With concerns over the pandemic, this is hardly a “typical” season. But the Home Blessing can still be a part of spiritual life.
As a testament to its unwavering faith—despite the past year’s extraordinary global suffering and tribulations—the Armenian Church celebrated the Feast of the Nativity and Theophany (Asdvadzahaydnoutiun), commemorating the birth and baptism of Jesus Christ, at New York’s St. Vartan Cathedral on January 6.
The Armenian Church celebrates the holy birth (Sourp Dznount) of Jesus Christ on January 6. In Armenian tradition, this feast day commemorates not only the birth of Christ, but also His baptism by John the Baptist.