Meet the brave girl whose faith changed the destiny of her people. In a nation of martyrs, she was the first: St. Santukhd, the royal princess who defied her father the king to worship Christ. Her death at a tender age set the Armenians on a […]
Eric Vozzy speaks with Dr. Roberta Ervine about how Armenians read and understand the Bible. Dr. Roberta Ervine is Professor of Armenian Studies at St. Nersess Armenian Seminary, and an expert in the intellectual tradition of Armenians in the Middle Ages.
Everyone knows that Armenia became the world’s first Christian nation in 301 A.D. But it was a long journey from the Holy Land to the Ararat Valley. How did this faith first reach our homeland? The story of Armenia’s conversion to Christianity is the theme […]
In the first episode of the Bread & Salt podcast, Fr. Daniel Findikyan talks about his book, Frequently-Asked Questions on the Badarak, and addresses some common questions about the Armenian Church’s worship service.
Dr. Helen Evans, the Mary and Michael Jaharis Curator for Byzantine Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, speaks about the significance of icons—their production, common themes, and relationship to the viewer.
“Bread and Salt: Stories from the Armenian Church” returns in 2017 with a new season on Armenia’s conversion to Christianity. Join us on the “Enlighteners’ Quest” to revisit the heroic stories of St. Thaddeus, St. Bartholomew, St. Santookht, St. Hripsime, St. Gayane, St. Gregory, King […]