READ, WATCH, AND ACT: Today (October 3), Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan addressed his nation and Armenians throughout the world. Read his message here — he’s speaking to ALL of us — and ACT to support the defense of Artsakh and Armenia.
On the heels of leading a “Prayer for Artsakh” at St. Vartan Cathedral on Wednesday evening, September 30, Bishop Daniel Findikyan has been traveling the region to encourage the faithful, as our homeland endures a time of war.
Two Vemkar Live Sessions took place this week, which opened unexpected windows onto the theme of “Christ as Healer.”
You might think it’s a misprint. Everyone knows that Jesus had exactly twelve disciples—so why does the Armenian Church calendar reserve a feast day for the Seventy-two Disciples of Christ? (We’ll observe it this Saturday, October 3.)
Archbishop Vicken Aykazian, the Diocesan Legate and Ecumenical Director, has been working with the world’s major inter-church groups to gain support for Armenia and Artsakh in the wake of the attacks this week.