On Saturday, the Armenian Church will remember one of its most remarkable historical figures, during the Feast of St. Nersess the Great.
In a stirring outdoor ceremony at the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin, a new cross was blessed and raised to the peak of the Mother Cathedral, as part of its ongoing restoration.
The Eastern Diocese’s Facebook page is sharing live and recorded broadcasts of church services for the Feast of Holy Etchmiadzin, June 14.
What do you think when you hear the name “Etchmiadzin”? It’s more than just a place, insists Bishop Daniel Findikyan: it’s a way of living; a vision of God’s love for humanity; a call to action for us all.
“Today, we have no more important task than to prevent the spread of the pandemic in order to return to our normal lives,” His Holiness Karekin II told an assemblage of clergy late last week.