Narek Vardanyan after the war

"Ordinary homeland"- this is how Narek Vardanyan, a participant in the 44-day war, titled his book. Began writing during the war, continued after a severe head injury. He was in a coma for a long time, then he wrote during fluctuations in the level of consciousness, memory loss-returns and non-stop headaches. "Ordinary Homeland" is already living a life of its own, and so is Narek. He says that if it were not for the rehabilitation treatment at "Soldier's House", he would not only be able to write, but also to say who he is.

Feast of Saint Hripsime and her Companions on June 5

The reliquary of the Saint's Right Hand was taken out from the Treasury House Museum of the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin to the St. Hripsime Church. His Holiness blessed the faithful with the relic of the martyred Saint. 

Brotherhood Conference Convened in the Mother See

The Brotherhood Conference was convened with the participation of about seven dozen churchmen who arrived at the Mother See.

Dn. Manavazd Mkrtchyan

During the 44-day war in 2020, Dn. Manavazd Mkrtchyan was a Spiritual Servant in Artsakh. "In those days, every meeting and conversation with the soldiers left an indelible mark." The spiritual servants shared the days of war and peace with the soldier.


Rev. Fr. Zareh Zargaryan is Answering

What kind of help do the clergy provide to Armenians who emigrated from Armenia, particularly in Canada? What difficulties can intermarriages lead to in the diaspora? Why don't couples consult a clergyman before getting married? What step should follow the realization of sin? What are the differences between individual and general confessions? How is the role of a woman expressed in the service life of the Armenian Church? The questions of viewers and users were answered by Rev. Fr. Zareh Zargaryan. Keep posting your questions on the Question and Answer Facebook page.

Artak Gevorgyan, Military Doctor

Surgeon Artak Gevorgyan recalls the 44-day war. "They gave me leave for two days. My daughter wouldn't let me go back. That moment was more difficult than the previous days. It is your child, but another person's child is also waiting for you."


Pilgrimage of Repentance with the Relic of the Lord's Cross

At the intersection of Abovyan and Sayt-Nova streets, on May 27, people gathered in the courtyard of St. Anna's church to participate in the repentance ceremony. The participants of the procession passed along the Mashtots Avenue, then Amiryan Street, Republic Square and went to St. Grigor Lusavorich mother church.


Rev. Fr. Partev Muradyan is Answering

Why do priests undergo a 40-day fasting period after ordination? Why does the bridegroom answer the question "Do you own" three times? How to find the right way to bring the Lord's light and faith to family members? To whom was Christ's life paid as a ransom? Why was peace not made between God and the humankind without the sacrifice of Christ's life? How to get rid of gluttony? The questions of viewers and users were answered by Rev. Fr. Partev Muradyan. Keep posting your questions on the Question and Answer Facebook page.

New Edesia and Ujan Villages

It is a branch of fruit trees in New Edesia. Apples, peaches, pears, and oleanders have their own methods of pruning. Aram Sirunyan explains their difference. Then the program "The Earth is not waiting" leaves for Ujan. Here is grapevine as well.


Dn. Karo Gharibyan

During the 44-day war, Dn. Karo Gharibyan served in Hadrut. Dn. Karo Gharibyan tells about war and peaceful days.


Reverend Father Paren Arakelyan is Answering

Is it a sin when you pray not to God the Father, but not to Christ? Can a clergyman live contrary to the messages he preaches? Why did Jesus call people a flock of sheep? What is our church's position on polygamy? Why do Muslims eat the forbidden pork? Is it obligatory for a faithful to have a child? The questions of viewers and users were answered by Rev. Fr. Paren Arakelyan. Keep posting your questions on the Question and Answer Facebook page.


Dn. Artak Ghevondyan

"Grace is a way of self-knowledge. That road must be passed silently." Spiritual singing and writing poems is the most harmonious state for Dn. Artak Ghevondyan. His first collection of poems, "A Handful of Silence" has already been published.