Scholars and religious leaders from around the world met at the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin earlier this month for the International Conference on Religious Freedom and Peace.
“Today, the safety and integrity of more than a thousand years of Armenian Christian culture are hanging by the slimmest of threads,” said Archbishop Vicken Aykazian last week, during a major gathering of political, diplomatic, and faith leaders in Washington, DC.
The National Council of Church released a strong statement this week calling for humanitarian aid to Armenia and Artsakh, and the release of all captive soldiers and civilians held by Azerbaijan.
In a video conference call with church leaders, Diocesan Primate Bishop Daniel laid out four action items that every Armenian should undertake in response to the war on our homeland.
It was an afternoon of great anticipation on Wednesday, September 26, as New York’s St. Vartan Armenian Cathedral awaited the arrival of Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.