In a message for Easter, Bishop Daniel reflects on a year that brought unimagined trials to our world—and unique, painful burdens to the Armenian people. But our Lord was no stranger to such burdens, and speaks to us as a father to his beloved children.
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.
One year ago, on the evening of March 18, 2020, the worldwide Armenian Church joined together in a Day of Prayer
He would become a figure of enduring spiritual stature in the Armenian Church. But he began his sojourn among our people as a stranger. This Saturday we will honor his memory once more—some 17 centuries after his death—during the Feast of St. Sarkis the Warrior.
Thirty-one years ago this week, the Armenians of Baku were terrorized by mob violence, and victimized by an immoral political system.