The Australian General Who Saved 80,000 Assyrians in WWI

February 6, 2019 Featured

AINA – 2/6/19 (AINA) — In a new book entitled Debt of Honour, Australian authour Sarah Lindenmayer captures the enthralling true story of one of Australia’s great military heroes, Lieutenant General Sir Stanley Savige and his role in saving thousands of Assyrians during the horrors of the First World War. The Book During the Great […]

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New Memorial Erected for Catholicos-Patriarch Mar Benyamin XXI

March 5, 2018 Featured

Assyrian Church of the East – 5/3/18 New memorial is erected at Montrose Cemetery, Chicago in memory of 100 years of the martyrdom of His Holiness Mar Benyamin XXI, Martyr of the Assyrian Church of the East and of the Assyrian Nation, his companions and all Assyrian Christians killed during WWI. Source:  

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Romanian Academy hosts solemn session to celebrate the Great Union Day

December 4, 2016 Featured News

Aurelian Iftimiu – Basilica News Agency – 4/12/16 The Romanian Academy hosted Monday, 28 November 2016, a solemn session to celebrate the Great Union Day and remember the country’s participation in WWI, Radio Trinitas reports. His Beatitude Daniel, Patriarch of Romania, members of the Romanian Academy, high-ranking officials of Romania, diplomats as well as people of […]

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Pan-Orthodox Liturgy and Memorial Service in Commemoration of the beginning of WWI

July 26, 2014 Featured News

Eastern Orthodox Churches – July 2014 Orthodoxy in Melbourne under the aegis of the Episcopal Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in Oceania commemorated the beginning of the First World War in the “Axion Estin” (“It is Truly Meet”) Greek Orthodox Monastery in Melbourne on Saturday, 19 July 2014 with the celebration of a Pan-Orthodox Hierarchical […]

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