“How Armenians Pray” Lecture by Fr. Daniel Findikyan at General Theological Seminary, New York

Fr. Daniel Findikyan, Director of the Zohrab Information Center and Professor of Liturgical Studies at St. Nersess Armenian Seminary (New Rochelle, NY) will present a lecture entitled: How Armenians Pray: Glimpses into the Heart of an Ancient Christian Spirituality in the Seabury Auditorium of General Theological Seminary in New York on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 7PM.

In his lecture, which is co-sponsored by St. Nersess Armenian Seminary, Fr. Findikyan will speak about the spirit, ethos and peculiarities of Armenian liturgical and devotional prayer, and he will consider what insights Armenian Christianity might hold for all who seek meaningful faith today.

General Theological Seminary is located at 440 W. 21st Street (between 9th and 10th Ave.). The public is invited. A wine and cheese reception will follow. For further information contact St. Nersess at (914) 636-2003, email info@stnersess.edu, or see the Seminary’s website.



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