During his entire adult life, and particularly during his tenure as Catholicos
(1166-1173), Nerses worked tirelessly in discussions and negotiations toward union with the Greek, Latin, and Syrian churches, a task that seemed on the verge of success when death overtook him.
15-21); a discussion of the sources on the major players (the Catholicos
Nerses IV the Gracious on one side and the Patriarch Michael III Anchialus of Constantinople and the emperor Manuel I Comnenos on the other) (pp.
thanked Kuwaiti leadership and people for their good hosting
He was Installed as major archbishop and Catholicos
in March 2007.
His Holiness Aram I, Catholicos
of the Great House of Cilicia, is based in Antelias, Lebanon, and speaks Armenian, English, Arabic and French.
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.
40, and dates most probably from the time of Catholicos
This work comprises the accounts of two very different Armenian visits to Egypt, the earlier one by Catholicos
Grigor II Vkayaser (Martyrophile) in the second half of the eleventh century, the later by the manuscript copyist Symeon Lehac i in about 1615, framing a detailed description of Egyptian politics and administration from the famous compilation Fleur des historiens de la terre d'Orient dictated by prince Het um of Korikos in the early fourteenth century.
The controversy was placed in the lap of His Holiness Vazken I, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos
of All Armenians, who rules the church from Etchmiadzin, in Soviet Armenia.
On 20 October Artsakh Republic President Bako Sahakyan met in Brussels with Catholicos
of the Great House of Cilicia Aram I.
Download Cypriot president visits Aram I NNA - Cypriot President, Nicos Anastasiades, visited on Wednesday the Armenian Orthodox Catholicosate in Antelias where he met with Catholicos
Aram I Keshishian and leaders of the various Armenian churches.
John Paul and Catholicos
Karekin II of Etchmiadzin, patriarch of the Armenian Apostolic church.