The storied history of midtown Manhattan’s St. Vartan Cathedral will be told through photos and artifacts—some never displayed before—in a special exhibition to honor the 50th anniversary of St. Vartan Cathedral.
When the oldest living Armenian priest described his years living in the Holy Land as a seminary student, I gave close attention to his explanation of the spiritual significance of the paths our Lord walked.
Armenian School students from several Eastern Diocese parishes participated in a fun, interactive tournament of “Jeopardy” that tested their knowledge of Armenian history and culture.
The well-being of spiritual leaders, and how it affects their families and flocks, is a personal issue for me.
Living it for 22 years as the wife of a priest, I have witnessed at first-hand how a healer can indeed become the wounded—physically, emotionally, mentally, and also spiritually.
On Thursday, April 5, 2018, the Vatican unveiled a statue of St. Gregory of Narek, in the presence of Roman Catholic Pope Francis and His Holiness Karekin II, Catholicos of All Armenians.