The Feast of the Assumption of the Holy Mother of God (Asdvadzadzin), one of the five major feasts of the Armenian Church, is celebrated on Sunday, August 18th this year (the Sunday closest to August 15th). This Feast commemorates the bodily ascent of the Virgin Mary...More
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8 Things to Know about the Feast of the Transfiguration
- What does the word "transfiguration" mean? The word comes from the Latin roots trans- ("across") and figura ("form, shape"). It thus signifies a change of form or appearance. The Armenian word for...
Our St. James Armenian Apostolic Church of Watertown, Massachusetts looks forward to welcoming the Clergy and Delegates of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church to the greater Boston and Watertown area from April 29 to May 5, 2019, as we host the...More
Join us for "Real Life. Real Issues. A Four Session Bioethics Course." CLICK TO VIEW FLYER This interactive four-session course will discuss perspectives on real-life bioethical and ethical issues. These challenges often arise in life, and our faithful have often not...More
Why Do Armenians Celebrate Christmas on January 6th? It is frequently asked why Armenians do not celebrate Christmas on December 25th with the rest of the world. Obviously, the exact date of Christ's birth has not been historically established nor is it...More
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