A single feast day in our liturgical calendar illustrates the connection between the life in Christ and the abiding concerns of human existence.
Twenty-two young adults from across the Eastern Diocese came together at Newark International Airport on June 5, 2018, to embark on a 10-day pilgrimage to the Holy Land as part of the Eastern Diocese’s Annual Young Adult Pilgrimage to Jerusalem.
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 8.
At the very dawn of his term as Primate, the Very Rev. Fr. Daniel Findikyan travelled to five regions of the Diocese to meet face-to-face with the clergy. Inaugurating his new relationship with the pastors as their new Primate, Fr. Findikyan shared his vision for the Eastern Diocese and reflected on the Armenian Church’s mission as lived out in our parishes each day.
Elisha the Prophet (the saint remembered by the Armenian Church this year on June 28) was a wonderworker whose miracles—healing the diseased, the multiplication of loaves, raising a child from death—anticipated those of Christ.