On Wednesday morning January 31, the official opening of the Fountain of Philip took place. The property belongs to the Armenian Apostolic Patriarchate. The Jerusalem Development Authority, the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Israel Nature and Parks Authority have renovated the site in close cooperation with the Armenian Apostolic Patriarchate Continue Reading →
The Church of St. Saviour’s on Mount Zion is renovated and looks splendid. Last Saturday, October 28, Vespers were celebrated in St. Saviour’s, and the images in the church were anointed by His Beatitude Archbishop Nourhan Manougian. Sunday, October 29 the Divine Liturgy was celebrated in St. Saviour’s.
Remember The Genocide The World Forgot (a Footsteps Friday reflection) August 4, 2017 / Russell Smith website Mr. Russell Smith This post is part of a series reflecting on my Pilgrimage to the Holy Land. The Pilgrimage was a guided experience called “The Footsteps of Jesus” – every Friday, I’ll Continue Reading →
Unexpected Discoveries written by Khoren Bandazian July 15, 2017. The time before a vacation is hectic. Especially if you are going to be away for a while. Before my trip to Israel I was very busy and didn’t get a chance to think or study where we would be going Continue Reading →
Visit to the Armenian Patriarchate 21-6-2017 My name is Leonardo Cohen. I am a lecturer at the Department of Middle Eastern Studies at the Ben Gurion University of the Negev, and my research deals with issues related to Ethiopian Christianity, the history of the Society of Jesus, and the history Continue Reading →
In this picture: His Eminence Archbishop Sevan Gharibian, the Grand Sacristan of the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem, the Reverend Father Norayr Kazaian, dean of the Sts. Tarkmanchatz Armenian School, the teaching staff and the graduated students of 2017. The graduates from left to right: Issa Abu Slayeh, Meghry Avakian, Alek Continue Reading →