asserted that the steadfastness of Syria's people, the sacrifices of its army, and the wisdom of its leadership will doubtlessly result in victory and eliminating terrorism.
In an open letter to the Catholicos
, the Armenians expressed outrage at the demonstration of the present while a significant part of the populationin the country isstarving.
In fact, the action of Bishop Thimothios and Catholicos
Thomas demonstrate that the Jacobite Syrian heads at least are not living in the dark ages.
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
His Holiness Aram I, Catholicos
of the Armenian Catholicosate of Cilicia, said, "Human beings have no right to possess and master creation," and called for "a new economic paradigm ...
At a historic summit in Baku attended by religious leaders from around the world, including Catholicos
Garegin II, head of the Armenian Apostolic Church, calls for a peaceful solution have emerged.
The House President will also be received by the Patriarch - Catholicos
of the Great House of Cilicia Aram A', who will honor Garoyian with the Order of the Knight of Cilicia, and will host a lunch in his honor.
"in spite of the significant growth of Muslim-Christian dialogue and relations, Muslims and Christians continue to misconstrue each other's religion," Catholicos
Aram I of the Armenian Apostolic Church, a former WCC moderator, told the consultation in a keynote address.
He is Metropolitan Major Archbishop of Trivandrum Archdiocese and Catholicos
of Syro Malankara Catholic Church.
Timothy I of Baghdad (780-823), the East Syrian (Nestorian) Catholicos
of Baghdad, saw Gregory as their most useful theologian.