Bishop Daniel Findikyan

NEW YORK — On Saturday, September 12, the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America broke new ground by holding a “virtual” Diocesan Assembly. It was the first time in the organization’s history that the annual gathering[...]

NEW YORK — Bishop Daniel Findikyan, Primate of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America, was elected by unanimous vote to the board of directors of the Appeal of Conscience Foundation, the New York-based humanitarian[...]

FAIR LAWN, N.J. — Diocesan Primate Bishop Daniel Findikyan took part in an online forum on “Racial Injustice and Responsibility,” which sought to explore a very timely social issue in the context of the Armenian American community.[...]

NEW YORK — In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, and in light of current concerns regarding New York City, the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America announced earlier this month that the Diocesan Center has been closed to[...]

By Florence Avakian NEW YORK — “The voice of Gomidas is the undisguised heartbeat of the Armenian people.” Those are the words of one of the most ardent students of the beloved priest-musician, who preserved, shaped, and defined our[...]

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — Grammy Nominee Lexington composer Hayg Boyadjian’s composition Armenian Suite will be performed at a concert Sunday, August 25, at 1:30 p.m. at St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Apostolic Church, Binghamton, by[...]

NEW YORK — On Thursday, July 18, Bishop Daniel Findikyan opened the doors of New York’s St. Vartan Cathedral to a visiting dignitary from Armenia: Deputy Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan. The Primate led Avinyan and his entourage on a[...]

TAPPAN, N.J. — On May 18, ore than 360 guests filled the grand ballroom of the Old Tappan Manor in New Jersey to honor two individuals who have supported St. Nersess Armenian Seminary: Archbishop Khajag Barsamian and Bishop Daniel[...]