Diocesan Primate Bishop Daniel joined fellow bishops of the Oriental Orthodox churches to congratulate the recently installed leader of the Greek Orthodox Church in America, Archbishop Elpidophoros.
A single feast day in our liturgical calendar illustrates the connection between the life in Christ and the abiding concerns of human existence.
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.
This summer marks 20 years since the passing of His Holiness Karekin I, the 131st Catholicos of All Armenians. His Holiness had the distinction of being the first catholicos elected in the free Republic of Armenia. That fact alone would have secured his place in our history.
Of the wicked mass murders in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio on August 3, there is little of meaning to be said, beyond these words adapted from the Armenian hokehankisd service.