The Catholic Newspaper in Germany, Die Tagespost, published this week an article after a conversation with the Very Reverend Father Samuel Aghoyan: Conversation with the Very Reverend Father Samuel in Die Tagespost Translation of the interview with Fr. Samuel- Till Magnus Steiner A grand tradition and an uncertain future. A Continue Reading →
On Saturday July 6, 2019 we remember the Saints Nerses the Great and Bishop Khad. Saint Nerses the Great (353-373) was an eminent Catholicos, and a descendent of St. Gregory the Illuminator. St. Nerses, born in Caesarea in Cappadocia, married Sandukht, the daughter of King Diran, and they had a son Continue Reading →
The presentation of our Lord in the Temple, Wednesday February 27, 2019. Forty days after Christmas we celebrate the presentation of our Lord in the Temple. We read about this in the Holy Gospel of Luke, chapter 2:22-40. According to the laws in the Old Testament, the firstborn son had Continue Reading →
Palm Easter This Sunday, April 1 2018, we celebrate Palm Easter, remembering when our Lord entered Jerusalem. In the Gospel of Matthew we read that our Lord send two of His disciples to a village to acquire a donkey and its colt. So He entered the city of Jerusalem from 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.
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 →
Located inside the Hayotz Vank, (Armenian Convent), in the Armenian Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, Srpots Tarkmanchatz Varjaran, School of the Holy Translators, operates under the jurisdiction of the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem. The school educates male and female students from age three through grade twelve. Since its establishment in Continue Reading →