Topic: Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America

NEW YORK — Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan held a public meeting for the New York Armenian community at the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America on September 24 while in town for the United Nations General[...]

By Florence Avakian NEW YORK — On Saturday, May 18, the Primate of the Eastern American Diocese, Bishop Daniel Findikyan, celebrated his first Episcopal Badarak in America before more than a thousand worshippers who filled every crevice[...]

BURLINGTON, Mass. — The 117th Assembly of the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern) was hosted by St. James Armenian Church of Watertown, with the general sessions on May 2-4 at the Boston Marriott at Burlington. There were[...]

WATERTOWN — St. James Armenian Apostolic Church of Watertown will welcome all of the Clergy and lay delegates of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church, as it hosts the 117th Diocesan Assembly and Clergy Conference from April 29 to[...]

BATON ROUGE, La. — Parishioners of the St. Garabed Parish of Baton Rouge gathered over the weekend of October 13-14 to remember the heroic defenders of the city of Hadjin. Visiting pastor Fr. Tateos Abdalian traveled to share in the[...]

By Seta. A. Buchter CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Fr. Vasken A. Kouzouian, pastor of Holy Trinity Armenian Church of Greater Boston and Parish Council of Holy Trinity Armenian Church announce that Nancy Kasarjian and Carol Krikorian will be honored[...]

To the Editor: After months of turmoil, there seems to be a reprieve with regard to the initial plan to “sell or lease” the air rights of the Cathedral/Diocesan property. For the time being there is calm in the waters, but that does[...]

To the Editor: The recent letters to the editor in the Mirror-Spectator by two members of the St. Nersess Seminary Board of Directors, Kevork Toroyan (August 25, 2018) and Moushegh Michael Haratunian (September 20, 2018 online), advocating[...]

By Florence Avakian ARMONK, N.Y. — Sevag Boyadjian, 15, and Marina Gejekoushian, 17, two gifted students from Jerusalem’s Sts. Tarkmanchatz School, were chosen to participate in this year’s Summer High School Conference at St.[...]

To the Editor: It appears “A Statement from the Diocesan Council Regarding the Diocesan Development Plan Proposal” (August 14, 2018, Mirror-Spectator) has sparked a timely discussion about the decades of poor leadership, management and[...]