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  • Information about the Prelacy, its churches, schools, and calendar of events. — “WESTERN PRELACY OF THE ARMENIAN APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF AMERICA”,
  • Prelacy Cape. Prelacy Cape is a cloak that provides a Spirit bonus. This item is a reward from the Alliance quest Researching the Corruption which starts with Argos Nightwhisper in Darkshore.http://images4/wowwiki/images/4/45/Alliance_15.gif. More Reference. — “Prelacy”,
  • Synonyms for prelacy. Other words for prelacy. Different words for prelacy. Antonyms of prelacy. — “prelacy - Synonyms from Roget's A-Z Thesaurus and Roget's II”,
  • Find dictionary definitions, audio pronunciations, and spellings for prelacy in the free online American Heritage Dictionary on Yahoo! Education. — “prelacy - Dictionary definition and pronunciation - Yahoo!”,
  • The Western Prelacy of the Armenian Apostolic Church announced that funeral services for the late Archbishop Sumbat Lapajian, who passed away on July 17, will take place Monday, July 26 at the Holy Cross Cathedral in Montebello. — “Prelacy Announces Funeral Services For Archbishop Sumbat”,
  • Definition of prelacy in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of prelacy. Pronunciation of prelacy. Translations of prelacy. prelacy synonyms, prelacy antonyms. Information about prelacy in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. — “prelacy - definition of prelacy by the Free Online Dictionary”,
  • Definition of prelacy in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. What is prelacy? Meaning of prelacy as a legal term. What does prelacy mean in law?. — “prelacy legal definition of prelacy. prelacy synonyms by the”, legal-
  • Prelacy is the body of prelates as a whole or a system of government, administration or ministry by prelates. All other prelates, including the regular prelates such as abbots and major superiors, are based upon this original model of prelacy. — “Prelate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Information about the Prelacy, its history, churches, and news. — “Armenian Prelacy of Canada”, armenianprelacy.ca
  • We found 24 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word prelacy: Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "prelacy" is defined. General (22 matching dictionaries) prelacy: American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language [home, info]. — “Definitions of prelacy - OneLook Dictionary Search”,
  • Prelacy Mission. The fundamental mission of the Prelacy was and remains the Spiritual nourishment of the faithful, with the foremost responsibility of preaching the Fatherhood of God, the Salvation of men through the Holy Cross of our Lord and the establishment of the "Kingdom of God. — “Vancouver St Gregory Armenian Church”, stgregorychurch.ca
  • Μύνημα του μητροπολίτη Αρμενίων. Η Ορθόδοξη Αρμενική Εκκλησία και κατάλογος με αρμενικές Καθολικές και Ευαγγελικές εκκλησίες. — “Armenian Prelacy of Greece”, armenianprelacy.gr
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  • Prelacy definition, the office or dignity of a prelate. See more. — “Prelacy | Define Prelacy at ”,
  • prelacy n. , pl. , -cies . The office or station of a prelate. Prelates considered as a group. Also called prelature. — “prelacy: Definition from ”,
  • Definition of prelacy from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of prelacy. Pronunciation of prelacy. Definition of the word prelacy. Origin of the word prelacy. — “prelacy - Definition of prelacy at ”,
  • Armenian Prelacy Eastern Region. — “The Armenian Prelacy”,
  • Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. — “Prelacy - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster”, merriam-
  • The year 2007 is the 35th anniversary of the Western Prelacy of the Armenian Apostolic Church of America which was established in 1973. Previously, the churches and the schools in North America functioned under one entity; The Armenian Prelacy (East, West and Canada). — “Western Prelacy Of The Armenian Apostolic Church Of America”,

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  • Thomas Boston - A Corrupt Heart was the Source of All Thomas Boston - A Corrupt Heart was the Source of All Thomas Boston playlist: Born in 1676, in the town of Duns, in the Border country of Scotland, Thomas Boston learned through his childhood experiences to sympathise with the Presbyterian cause. His father, John Boston, was a strong opponent of Prelacy; and for this Nonconformity, he suffered a period of imprisonment. Thomas spent at least one night in Duns jail with him "to keep him company." When James II, in 1687, gave liberty of worship to dissenters from the Established Church—which he did out of regard for his RC subjects, John Boston was not slow to avail himself of his new-found liberty. He used to wait on the ministry of Henry Erskine, the father of Ebenezer and Ralph Erskine, with whom Thomas Boston was to be so closely associated in after years in making a stand for the free offer of the Gospel. It was while attending one of these services that Thomas, then a boy of 11, was converted. He refers to the event in his Soliloquy on the Art of Man-fishing, which he published while still a young licentiate. After graduating from the University of Edinburgh, he was licensed as a preacher of the gospel in 1697. But he was not ordained until 1699, when he became minister of the parish of Simprin. It was there that he first preached the sermons which were later published under the title of Human Nature in its Fourfold State. Simprin was a discouraging field of service, but under his zealous ministry it ...
  • The Clinton Meeting: The Politics of Exclusion ANCA Executive Director Aram Hamparian answers live questions from Horizon Armenia TV's Manoug Seraydarian about the politics behind Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's planned February 9th meeting with Armenian American groups. In this 8-minute interview, he explains that the narrow, and one-sided (pro-Protocols) nature of the State Department's first round of invitations serves neither Secretary Clinton's interest in feedback that accurately reflects the Armenian American viewpoint, nor the interest of Armenian American leaders in fairly and accurately representing the community's view to America's leaders. In response to Seraydarian's inquiries, Hamparian discussed the State Department's long-standing interest in selectively supporting elements of the Armenian American community that most readily and reflexively act as cheerleaders for its most controversial policies, including the weakening of Section 907, Turkey's TARC initiative, the Hoagland nomination, and the Protocols. He also discussed the destructive dynamic created by organizations traditionally favored by the State Department, notably the Armenian Assembly, when they actively and aggressively support efforts to marginalize and exclude organizations representing vast segments of the Armenian American community, including the Prelacy of the Armenian Apostolic Church, the Armenian Evangelical and Catholic communities, the Armenian Relief Society, and other highly-regarded and broadly-supported community ...
  • Kevork Kandaharian 's Library-Museum Opening ceremony of Kevork Kandaharian's Library-Museum, at the armenian prelacy in Athens, Greece. Donated by Mr. Kapriel Chemberdjian.09 November 2008
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  • Year 2011 - PRELATE'S NEW YEAR AND CHRISTMAS DINNER -1 On Thursday, January 6th, 2011 GREAT SHOW OF SUPPORT AT THE PRELATE'S NEW YEAR AND CHRISTMAS DINNER over 650 Prelacy supporters gathered at "Bagramian" Hall of Holy Cross Cathedral in Montebello for the Prelate's traditional New Year and Christmas Dinner.
  • Thomas Boston - The Crook in the Lot (4 of 4) Thomas Boston - The Crook in the Lot (4 of 4) Thomas Boston playlist: Born in 1676, in the town of Duns, in the Border country of Scotland, Thomas Boston learned through his childhood experiences to sympathise with the Presbyterian cause. His father, John Boston, was a strong opponent of Prelacy; and for this Nonconformity, he suffered a period of imprisonment. Thomas spent at least one night in Duns jail with him "to keep him company." When James II, in 1687, gave liberty of worship to dissenters from the Established Church—which he did out of regard for his RC subjects, John Boston was not slow to avail himself of his new-found liberty. He used to wait on the ministry of Henry Erskine, the father of Ebenezer and Ralph Erskine, with whom Thomas Boston was to be so closely associated in after years in making a stand for the free offer of the Gospel. It was while attending one of these services that Thomas, then a boy of 11, was converted. He refers to the event in his Soliloquy on the Art of Man-fishing, which he published while still a young licentiate. After graduating from the University of Edinburgh, he was licensed as a preacher of the gospel in 1697. But he was not ordained until 1699, when he became minister of the parish of Simprin. It was there that he first preached the sermons which were later published under the title of Human Nature in its Fourfold State. Simprin was a discouraging field of service, but under his zealous ministry it became, to ...
  • Doina by Mihai Eminescu (Romaninan national poet; January 15, 1850 June 15, 1889) Romanian Sad Song by Romanian Poet MIHAI EMINESCU (Translation from Romanian by Corneliu M Popescu) Music by Romanian composer Tudor Chiriac. Chorus and orchestra from Chisinau Philharmonic , Solist: Olga Ciolacu. DOINA (1884) [...or ballade - the name is a traditional type of Romanian song] From Tisa to the Nistru's tide All Romania's people cried That they could no longer stir For the rabbled foreigner. From Hotin down to the sea Rides the Muscal cavalry; From the sea back to Hotin Nothing but their host is seen; While from Dorna to Boian Seems the plague has spread its ban; Leaving on our land a scar That you scarcely know it more. Up the mountains down the dale, Have our foes flung far their trail. From Sacele to Satmar Only foreign lords there are; While Romanians one and all Like the crab must backwards crawl. And reversed is everything: Spring for them is no more spring, Summer is no longer summer, They, at home, the foreign comer. From Turnu up to Dorohoi Does the alien horde deploy And our fertile fields enjoy. With their rumbling trains they come Making all our voices dumb, And our birds so much affray That in haste they fly away. Nothing now but withered thorn Does the Christian's hearth adorn. And the smiling earth they smother; Forest-good Romanian brother - You too bend before their tide, And the very springs they've dried. Sad is this our countryside. Who has sent them to these parts, May the dogs eat out their hearts; May the night their homes efface, And ...
  • Shemmassian may 20-2010 03.wmv In 1915, the city of Aleppo in northern Syria constituted the main funnel through which thousands of Armenian deportees from across the Ottoman Empire filtered on their forced marches to extinction by genocidal design. During their transitional sojourn or, in the case of the more fortunate ones, permanent stay in that metropolis, the outcasts received humanitarian assistance, albeit often with difficulty and clandestinely, from several corners including the US Consulate and Swiss missionaries. Similarly, the Armenian Prelacy of Aleppo played a pivotal role in alleviating the misery of incoming deportees during the turbulent years of World War I and beyond. This talk sheds light on the humanitarian mission embarked upon by a special instrument of the Prelacy, called the Refugees Committee, which was constituted for the specific purpose of aiding the victim element. Dr. Vahram Shemmassian is Associate Professor of Armenian and Director of the Armenian Studies Program at California State University, Northridge. He holds a Ph.D. from UCLA and wrote a dissertation entitled "The Armenian Villagers of Musa Dagh: A Historical-Ethnographic Study, 1840-1915."
  • Hell - Thomas Boston ( Human Nature in Its Fourfold State ) Hell - Thomas Boston ( Human Nature in Its Fourfold State ) Thomas Boston playlist: Born in 1676, in the town of Duns, in the Border country of Scotland, Thomas Boston learned through his childhood experiences to sympathise with the Presbyterian cause. His father, John Boston, was a strong opponent of Prelacy; and for this Nonconformity, he suffered a period of imprisonment. Thomas spent at least one night in Duns jail with him "to keep him company." When James II, in 1687, gave liberty of worship to dissenters from the Established Church—which he did out of regard for his RC subjects, John Boston was not slow to avail himself of his new-found liberty. He used to wait on the ministry of Henry Erskine, the father of Ebenezer and Ralph Erskine, with whom Thomas Boston was to be so closely associated in after years in making a stand for the free offer of the Gospel. It was while attending one of these services that Thomas, then a boy of 11, was converted. He refers to the event in his Soliloquy on the Art of Man-fishing, which he published while still a young licentiate. After graduating from the University of Edinburgh, he was licensed as a preacher of the gospel in 1697. But he was not ordained until 1699, when he became minister of the parish of Simprin. It was there that he first preached the sermons which were later published under the title of Human Nature in its Fourfold State. Simprin was a discouraging field of service, but under his zealous ministry ...
  • Armenian Prelacy Forum 2: Remembering the Forgotten Date: Thursday, April 16, 2009 7:15pm - 9:30pm Location:The Armenian Prelacy Eastern Region Headquarters 138 East 39th Street Manhattan, NY The Untold Story of Clergymen Lost to the Genocide Between 1915 and 1938, the Armenian Church lost 5000 of these men of God to the Ottoman Empires genocide and to Joseph Stalin's extermination campaign, states Yeretzgeen Joanna Baghsarian of Sts. Vartanantz Armenian Apostolic Church (Providence, RI). Our second forum involves Yn.Joanna's remarkable story of how a group of her students took a proactive role in remembering these forgotten martyrs, reminding us that not even genocide could destroy our Armenian Christian spirit. There is no charge for the evening, but RSVP is requested. Refreshments will be served.
  • Shemmassian May 20-2010 05.wmv In 1915, the city of Aleppo in northern Syria constituted the main funnel through which thousands of Armenian deportees from across the Ottoman Empire filtered on their forced marches to extinction by genocidal design. During their transitional sojourn or, in the case of the more fortunate ones, permanent stay in that metropolis, the outcasts received humanitarian assistance, albeit often with difficulty and clandestinely, from several corners including the US Consulate and Swiss missionaries. Similarly, the Armenian Prelacy of Aleppo played a pivotal role in alleviating the misery of incoming deportees during the turbulent years of World War I and beyond. This talk sheds light on the humanitarian mission embarked upon by a special instrument of the Prelacy, called the Refugees Committee, which was constituted for the specific purpose of aiding the victim element. Dr. Vahram Shemmassian is Associate Professor of Armenian and Director of the Armenian Studies Program at California State University, Northridge. He holds a Ph.D. from UCLA and wrote a dissertation entitled "The Armenian Villagers of Musa Dagh: A Historical-Ethnographic Study, 1840-1915."
  • Shemmassian May 20-2010 01.wmv In 1915, the city of Aleppo in northern Syria constituted the main funnel through which thousands of Armenian deportees from across the Ottoman Empire filtered on their forced marches to extinction by genocidal design. During their transitional sojourn or, in the case of the more fortunate ones, permanent stay in that metropolis, the outcasts received humanitarian assistance, albeit often with difficulty and clandestinely, from several corners including the US Consulate and Swiss missionaries. Similarly, the Armenian Prelacy of Aleppo played a pivotal role in alleviating the misery of incoming deportees during the turbulent years of World War I and beyond. This talk sheds light on the humanitarian mission embarked upon by a special instrument of the Prelacy, called the Refugees Committee, which was constituted for the specific purpose of aiding the victim element. Dr. Vahram Shemmassian is Associate Professor of Armenian and Director of the Armenian Studies Program at California State University, Northridge. He holds a Ph.D. from UCLA and wrote a dissertation entitled "The Armenian Villagers of Musa Dagh: A Historical-Ethnographic Study, 1840-1915."
  • Year 2011 - PRELATE'S NEW YEAR AND CHRISTMAS DINNER - -2 On Thursday, January 6th, 2011 GREAT SHOW OF SUPPORT AT THE PRELATE'S NEW YEAR AND CHRISTMAS DINNER over 650 Prelacy supporters gathered at "Bagramian" Hall of Holy Cross Cathedral in Montebello for the Prelate's traditional New Year and Christmas Dinner.
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  • Rep. Maloney's Floor Speech Welcoming Armenian Archbishop Oshagan Choloyan Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney's One-minute Floor Speech To Welcome His Eminence Archbishop Oshagan Choloyan, Prelate of the Eastern Prelacy of the Armenian Apostolic Church of America in offering the Opening Prayer
  • Eastern Prelacy's Metsn Nerses Charitable Organization A news report from the Armenian Public Television channel about the Eastern Prelacy's Metsn Nerses Charitable Organization's programs and activities in Armenia.
  • Shemmassian May 20-2010 04.wmv In 1915, the city of Aleppo in northern Syria constituted the main funnel through which thousands of Armenian deportees from across the Ottoman Empire filtered on their forced marches to extinction by genocidal design. During their transitional sojourn or, in the case of the more fortunate ones, permanent stay in that metropolis, the outcasts received humanitarian assistance, albeit often with difficulty and clandestinely, from several corners including the US Consulate and Swiss missionaries. Similarly, the Armenian Prelacy of Aleppo played a pivotal role in alleviating the misery of incoming deportees during the turbulent years of World War I and beyond. This talk sheds light on the humanitarian mission embarked upon by a special instrument of the Prelacy, called the Refugees Committee, which was constituted for the specific purpose of aiding the victim element. Dr. Vahram Shemmassian is Associate Professor of Armenian and Director of the Armenian Studies Program at California State University, Northridge. He holds a Ph.D. from UCLA and wrote a dissertation entitled "The Armenian Villagers of Musa Dagh: A Historical-Ethnographic Study, 1840-1915."
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  • Shemmassian May 20-2010 02.wmv In 1915, the city of Aleppo in northern Syria constituted the main funnel through which thousands of Armenian deportees from across the Ottoman Empire filtered on their forced marches to extinction by genocidal design. During their transitional sojourn or, in the case of the more fortunate ones, permanent stay in that metropolis, the outcasts received humanitarian assistance, albeit often with difficulty and clandestinely, from several corners including the US Consulate and Swiss missionaries. Similarly, the Armenian Prelacy of Aleppo played a pivotal role in alleviating the misery of incoming deportees during the turbulent years of World War I and beyond. This talk sheds light on the humanitarian mission embarked upon by a special instrument of the Prelacy, called the Refugees Committee, which was constituted for the specific purpose of aiding the victim element. Dr. Vahram Shemmassian is Associate Professor of Armenian and Director of the Armenian Studies Program at California State University, Northridge. He holds a Ph.D. from UCLA and wrote a dissertation entitled "The Armenian Villagers of Musa Dagh: A Historical-Ethnographic Study, 1840-1915."
  • Ani All-Stars at 2009 Sts. Vartanantz Poon Paregentan Dinner Dance: Part 4 of 6 Ani All-Stars perform at Sts. Vartanantz Armenian Church, Chelmsford, Poon Paregentan Dinner Dance. Ara Jeknavorian - clarinet; Mike Gregian - dumbeg and vocals; Costa Maniatakos - oud; and Harry Alexanian - guitar. Part 4 of 6
  • Ուր ես, Մայր իմ, (Ur es mayr im) Mother, where are you? The Last Days of Jesus - Performed by St. Mary Armenian Apostolic Church of Toronto, Canada on March 8-19 2008 Under the Auspices of His Eminence Archbishop Khajag Hagopian, Prelate of Canada On the occasion of the 40th Anniversary Of His Ordination, 25th Anniversary of St. Mary Armenian Apostolic Church, and Year of Christian Education 50th Anniversary of the North American Prelacy Office: 416-493-8122
  • Armenian Elections in Sharjah, 16 February 2007 On Friday 16 February 2007, Armenians in GCC countries (in Abu Dhabi, Sharjah-Dubai and Kuwait City) had elections for the Legislative Council (Temagan). This was the fourth successive elections since the establishment of the Prelacy of Kuwait and Arabian Gulf Countries in 1994 (based in Kuwait City). Armenians have resided in the region since the 1950s (the Armenian Church and School in Kuwait date back to the 1960s, while the Abu Dhabi and Sharjah weekly schools were found in 1980-1981).
  • Taner Akçam lectures at Antelias Monday 4 January 2010 - Part 1.flv Turkish Historian Taner Akcan lectures in the Holy See of Cilicia (Antelias-Lebanon) Monday 4th of January 2010
  • Cynewulf - Ye Jacobites by Name This song was, I believe, originally anti-Jacobite until Robert Burns rewrote the words around 1791. It his version I sing. Perhaps having a distant relative from the 18th century who was one of the rare breed of English Jacobites qualifies me to sing it. Robert Burns's version This is version in Johnson's, Hogg's and MacColl's collections: Ye Jacobites by name, give an ear, give an ear, Ye Jacobites by name, give an ear, Ye Jacobites by name, Your fautes I will proclaim, Your doctrines I maun blame, you shall hear. What is Right, and What is Wrang, by the law, by the law? What is Right and what is Wrang by the law? What is Right, and what is Wrang? A short sword, and a lang, A weak arm and a strang, for to draw. What makes heroic strife, famed afar, famed afar? What makes heroic strife famed afar? What makes heroic strife? To whet th' assassin's knife, Or hunt a Parent's life, wi' bluidy war? Then let your schemes alone, in the state, in the state, Then let your schemes alone in the state. Then let your schemes alone, Adore the rising sun, And leave a man undone, to his fate. Original lyrics You Jacobites by Name, now give Ear, now give Ear, You Jacobites by Name, now give Ear; You Jacobites by Name, Your Praise I will proclaim, Some says you are to blame for this Wear. With the Pope you covenant, as they say, as they say, With the Pope you covenant, as they say, With the Pope you covenant, And Letters there you sent, Which made your Prince present to array. Your Prince ...
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  • His Holiness Aram I's Christmas message 2010 to the USA Western Prelacy-PART 1.flv His Holiness Aram I's Christmas message 2010 to the USA Western Prelacy PART 1
  • Klosterneuburg Austria Travel Slideshow See the nice town and its Abbey in which the construction began by the year 1000 AD The Abbey's outer courtyard, sorrounded by medieval cloisters and the buldings of the former Margriaval residence. The St. Leopold's Fountain is dated 1592. Large post gothic window from the so-called Thomas Prelacy by Andrea Piazu, 1609. Pablo Bisquera.
  • NEW YEAR AND THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY AND THEOPHANY OF OUR LORD - LAS VEGAS PARISH Sunday, January 9th, 2011 PRELATE VISITS THE LAS VEGAS PARISH COMMUNITY ON THE OCCASION OF THE NEW YEAR AND THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY AND THEOPHANY OF OUR LORD. Ս. ԾՆՆԴԵԱՆ ՏՕՆԻՆ ԱՌԻԹՈՎ ԱՌԱՋՆՈՐԴ ՍՐԲԱԶԱՆԸ ԱՅՑԵԼՈՒԹԻՒՆ ՏՈՒԱՒ ԼԱՍ ՎԵԿԱՍԻ ԾԽԱԿԱՆ ՀԱՄԱՅՆՔԻՆ HE Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian, Prelate, visited the Las Vegas parish to celebrate the Nativity and Theophany of our Lord Jesus Christ with the St. Garabed Church parish community.

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  • “"Remembering the Forgotten: The Untold Story of Clergymen Lost to the Genocide," featured a powerful presentation by Joanna Baghsarian and the Youth Bible Study students of Sts. Vartanantz Armenian Church in Providence. The Prelacy's Quarterly Forum series, which began in January 2009, is”
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