Feast day of the Armenian Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on January 10, 2018

in Featured, Featured News, News

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Armenian Orthodox Apostolic Patriarchate of Jerusalem – 10/1/18

Jerusalem: The 5th of January was the Eve of the Feast day of the Armenian Patriarchate. Vespers began at 14.30. Celebration of Saints David, the prophet and king, and James the Apostle, Brother of the Lord,  was held on 6th of January during the Patriarchal Divine Liturgy. Morning prayers started from 7.00 AM at the St. James Cathedral.

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