Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Church

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  • noun

Synonyms for Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Church

an independent Christian church established in Armenia since 300

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Acclaimed Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, applauded the reported recent declaration of Primate of the Russian Orthodox Church Metropolitan Kirill and Patriarch Karekin II of Armenian Apostolic Church, which said: "It is only through the common efforts of all the traditional religions in the world that we can defend the value of faith for people's private and public life".
The Armenian Apostolic Church has an unbroken tradition of ordaining monastic women deacons and today has women deacons in active ministries.
An estimated 90 percent of citizens nominally belonged to the Armenian Apostolic Church, an Eastern Christian denomination with its spiritual center at the Etchmiadzin cathedral and monastery.
Second, in the Armenian Apostolic Church worship and liturgy are more important than preaching.
Write to the Armenian Apostolic Church of the Santa Clara Valley, 11370 Stelling Rd.
Later on Thursday, a prayer was held at the Archbishopric of the Dioceses of the Armenian Apostolic Church in Old Damascus city commemorating the anniversary.
Kalousdian was a member of the Soorp Asdvadzadzin Armenian Apostolic Church of Whitinsville where he served as a Trustee for many years.
ISAHAK Poghosyan, a priest in the Armenian Apostolic Church, is the Anglican Foundation's loth Saint Basil's scholar.
Approximately 90 percent of citizens nominally belong to the Armenian Apostolic Church, an Eastern Christian denomination whose spiritual center is located at the cathedral and monastery of Etchmiadzin.
Here on the borders of the conflict with Islam is a part of life for the Christian Armenians; it goes all the way back to the days when they stood between pagan Rome and Zoroastrian Persia Though the Armenian nation officially declared itself Christian in 301, 30 years before Constantine did the same, they trace their Christian roots to the Apostles Bartholomew and Thaddeus who were martyred here and gave the name to the Armenian Apostolic church.
In Armenia, John Paul II and the head of the Armenian Apostolic Church, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos Karekin II, appeared together at every event.
YEREVAN: Armenian leaders expressed their condolences yesterday and radio and television channels played funereal music after the death from cancer of Garegin I, the head of the Armenian Apostolic Church.
The Armenian Apostolic Church suffered with the people under Ottoman and Russian (later Soviet) rule from massacres in Turkish-held territory; within the Church tensions arose between traditional ways and the demands of modernity.
Mary's Funeral Service will be held at 11:00 am on Thursday, March 19 at Holy Trinity Armenian Apostolic Church, 635 Grove Street.
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