So far, it has not been possible to find a time for the WCC to mark this genocide in Geneva at the Ecumenical Centre, when both HH Catholicos
Karekin II and HH Catholicos
Aram I can be present.
Norris, "Timothy I of Baghdad, Catholicos
of the East Syrian Church, 780-823: Still a Valuable Model," International Bulletin of Missionary Research 30, no.
52) Already by the eighth century, the consecration of the chrism was reserved to the catholicos
in the Armenian Church.
thanked Kuwaiti leadership and people for their good hosting
17) He begins with the events that unfolded in 1604, and like many other scribes, dates the era by naming the three men who governed the Armenian people: the catholicos
, the shah in the east, and the sultan in the west.
According to his Acts, Mari's travels take him first to Nisibis and then to such places as Erbil, Shahgird (to the east of Kerkuk), and Seleucia-Ctesiphon (to the south of Baghdad), which in due course was to become the seat of the Catholicos
of the Church of the East in the Persian Empire.
The head of the church is Catholicos
Garegin (Karekin) II.
Praecipitat et diuidit per doctores catholicos
linguas haereticorumet, eos ab inuicem dissocians, ne contra ecclesiam suam portas inferi erigere possint, prohibet.
His Holiness Aram I, Catholicos
of the Great House of Cilicia, is based in Antelias, Lebanon, and speaks Armenian, English, Arabic and French.
Les exemples sont multiples, de la cathedrale d'Etchmiadzine, siege du Catholicos
(11), aux monasteres particulierement frequentes par les touristes, tels ceux de Geghart ou de Khorvirap ; dans ce dernier lieu, saint Gregoire l'Illuminateur fut enferme pendant treize ans avant de convertir l'Armenie au Christianisme en 301.
e] siecles) et, donc, a son chef le Catholicos
, que reviennent le privilege et l'obligation de guider la nation.
Gregory the Illuminator, one to His Holiness Karekin II, Catholicos
and Supreme Patriarch of All Armenians; one to His Holiness Aram I, Catholicos
of Cilicia; one to His Beatitude Nerses Bedros XIX, Patriarch of Cilicia for Armenian Catholics.