Archbishop Atallah Hanna Visits Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem II

Archbishop Atallah Hanna Visits Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem II
Archbishop Atallah Hanna Visits Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem II
Archbishop Atallah Hanna Visits Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem II
Archbishop Atallah Hanna Visits Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem II

His Holiness Patriarch Mor Ignatius Aphrem II received His Excellency Archbishop Atallah Hanna, Archbishop of Sebastia, who is visiting Damascus accompanied by a delegation from Palestine, at the Patriarchate Headquarters in Bab Touma, Damascus.

Unexpected Discoveries – The Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem

Unexpected Discoveries – The Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem
Unexpected Discoveries – The Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem
Unexpected Discoveries – The Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem
Unexpected Discoveries – The Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem

The time before a vacation is hectic. Especially if you are going to be away for a while. Before my trip to Israel I was very busy and didn’t get a chance to think or study where we would be going so I left with no expectations. I knew about the Armenian Church in Jerusalem and obviously the birth of Christianity in the Holy Land, but never had a deep appreciation for the area where we were headed. Needless to say, after visiting the region, I am forever changed and awakened.

Caritas: Pope to Launch ‘Share the Journey’ Campaign

On September 27, Pope Francis will launch Caritas Internationalis’ campaign “Share the Journey,” geared to promoting encounter with migrants and refugees, announced L’Osservatore Romano in its edition of Wednesday, July 26, 2017. In a letter sent in past days by the Cardinal Archbishop of Manila and President of Caritas Internationalis, Luis Antonio Tagle, to Catholic charitable organizations to present the campaign, he affirms that “we will find the path of peace through the culture of encounter.”

Grand Duchess Elizabeth Romanov Society holds symposium presenting archival material on last Romanovs

Grand Duchess Elizabeth Romanov Society holds symposium presenting archival material on last Romanovs
Grand Duchess Elizabeth Romanov Society holds symposium presenting archival material on last Romanovs
Grand Duchess Elizabeth Romanov Society holds symposium presenting archival material on last Romanovs
Grand Duchess Elizabeth Romanov Society holds symposium presenting archival material on last Romanovs

Report on the Symposium “The Last Romanovs: Archival and Museum Discoveries in Russia and Britain,” held at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Park by the Grand Duchess Elizabeth Romanov Society on June 20, 2017

In Aleppo, the Dead Await Final Resting Place

This month, Pope Francis opened up a new path to sainthood for “those Christians who, following in the footsteps and teaching of Jesus, have offered their life voluntarily and freely for others and have persevered in this to death.” As reported by Aid to the Church in Need, in Aleppo, Syria, more than 2,400 Christians who died in the country’s civil war are awaiting proper burial—there may be saints among them. One day, some of their stories will be told.