The Feast of Holy Translators and the 88th Opening of the School Year of the Armenian Theological Seminar

The Feast of Holy Translators and the 88th Opening of the School Year of the Armenian Theological Seminar
The Feast of Holy Translators and the 88th Opening of the School Year of the Armenian Theological Seminar
The Feast of Holy Translators and the 88th Opening of the School Year of the Armenian Theological Seminar
The Feast of Holy Translators and the 88th Opening of the School Year of the Armenian Theological Seminar

On Sunday, October 15, 2017, His Holiness Aram I presided over the Holy Liturgy in the Catholicosate of the Holy See of Cilicia. The Holy Liturgy was celebrated by the Dean of the Armenian Theological Seminary Very Rev. Boghos Tinkjian and was dedicated to the feast of Holy Translators.

500th Anniversary of the Reformation: Legacy and Challenges

500th Anniversary of the Reformation: Legacy and Challenges
500th Anniversary of the Reformation: Legacy and Challenges
500th Anniversary of the Reformation: Legacy and Challenges
500th Anniversary of the Reformation: Legacy and Challenges

500th Anniversary of the Reformation: Legacy and Challenges

The student government of the Orthodox Theological Faculty of Belgrade, in partnership with the Evangelical Union of Students, organized a debate titled, “500th Anniversary of the Reformation: Legacy and Challenges.” Students had the opportunity to hear from Church historian Dr. George Hancock and from Dr. Roland Werner, a well-known Protestant theologian, philologist and philosopher, who has written over forty books.

Protection of Holy Sites and Worship Places in Europe and the Middle East

In the run up to the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, European churches are urging the European institutions to increase their efforts to ensure respect and protection of places of worship and holy sites, both in the EU law and in the Common Foreign and Security Policy.

These church leaders were participants of a conference organised by the Conference or European Churches and the Church of Cyprus, in Nicosia, Cyprus, from 9-10 November.

Armenian Orthodox Church of St. Saviour’s on Mt. Zion Renovated

Armenian Orthodox Church of St. Saviour’s on Mt. Zion Renovated
Armenian Orthodox Church of St. Saviour’s on Mt. Zion Renovated
Armenian Orthodox Church of St. Saviour’s on Mt. Zion Renovated
Armenian Orthodox Church of St. Saviour’s on Mt. Zion Renovated

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-Patriarch Nourhan Manougian of Jerusalem.

Why This Serbian Temple Is Eastern Europe’s Sagrada Família

On the descent into Belgrade, the St. Sava Temple protrudes from the top of Vračar Hill like the city’s crowning jewel. But its grand white marble and granite facade topped with copper domes contains a secret: The second largest Orthodox temple in the world is largely incomplete inside. With a story that rivals that of Barcelona’s famously incomplete Sagrada Família, Belgrade’s St. Sava Temple is an eternal work-in-progress—one that’s existed in various stages of creation for more than 100 years.