About one story. Susanna Harutyunyan, "The Howl of Female Winds"

Novels, short stories and short stories of prose writer Susanna Harutyunyan are remarkable for the topics they discuss, not so "feminine" perspective, psychological subtleties of character creation. S. Harutyunyan's story "The Howl of Female Winds" is discussed in "Parallel Readings" by literary critics Hayk Hambardzumyan and Arkmenik Nikoghosyan.

"Paros" for the Artsakh people

On November 5, a concert dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the "Paros" chamber choir was held at the Al. Spendiaryan Opera and Ballet Theater in support of our compatriots with disabilities forcibly displaced from Artsakh. Raffi Mikayelyan, artistic director of the choir, conductor of the opera and ballet theater, told about the activities of "Paros" at the "Artfocus" pavillion. The program was hosted by Anahit Margaryan.
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The story of a violently displaced family from Artsakh, 22 people in a destroyed house

The family of Nvard Toroyan, forcibly displaced from Ivanyan village of Askeran region, lives in Dashtavan village of Ararat region. On November 5, 2020, while defending Shushi, two sons and two sons-in-law were killed. The accommodation found in Dashtavan resembles a ruined house. Meanwhile, more than half of the family of 22 are children.

"If Dadivank was yours, where were you for 800 years?

After November 2020, the abbot and deacons were the only residents, believers and clergy of Dadivank. It is said that Udis from Azerbaijan appeared, trying to convince the monastery's servants and the whole world that the monastery is not Armenian, the inscriptions are not Armenian. "If Dadivank was yours, where were you for 800 years?" Father Derenik asked them.

The Patriarch of All Armenians hosted Ghazaravan nuns and village schoolchildren

The Catholicos of All Armenians hosted a group of schoolchildren, parents, teachers from Ghazaravan village of Aragatsotn Diocese in the Old Residency. They were accompanied by the nuns of Narek Monastery.

The Catholicos of All Armenians visited the displaced Artsakh families in Tsaghkadzor

On November 2, the Catholicos of All Armenians Karekin II, accompanied by members of the Supreme Spiritual Council, visited the Kotayk diocese. His Holiness and the congregation were welcomed by the diocesan Primate His Grace Bishop Arakel Karamyan in the presbytery in Tsaghkadzor and accompanied to the diocesan camp where 38 families forcibly displaced from Artsakh found refuge.

The Mother See has decided to preserve the Diocese of Artsakh

The meeting of the Supreme Spiritual Council was chaired by Catholicos of All Armenians Karekin II. On the first day of the meeting, the Primate of Artsakh Diocese and Artak Beglaryan, former Minister of State of Artsakh, made a report. Suren Nazinyan, director of the National Addiction Treatment Center, made a report at the next day's session. He presented the situation related to the increase of drug addiction in Armenia.

Awarding of medals in the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin

"St. Nerses the Graceful" high honor of the Armenian Church was awarded to Khachatur Mutafyan and Ludvig Haroyan, members of the Audit Committee of Holy Etchmiadzin. The responsible secretary of the Catholicos office, Anahit Antonyan, was awarded the "Saint Sahak-Saint Mesrop" high order of honor.

The Abbot forcibly displaced from Dadivank

After the announcement of November 9, 2020, the Karvachar region of Artsakh also came under the armed control of Azerbaijan. Except for Dadivank, where Russian peacekeeping troops were deployed and the security and operation of the ancient Armenian monastic complex was guaranteed. In 2023, as a result of the ethnic cleansing of the Artsakh Armenians by the Azerbaijani side, the clergy of Dadivank were also forcibly deported. Our interlocutor is Abbot Derenik Sahakyan, who was forced to leave Dadivank as the last. Anna Sargsyan conducts the conversation.

The Patriarch of All Armenians met with the Newly Consecrated Bishops

The Armenian Patriarch urged the five newly consecrated bishops to constantly pray for wisdom from the Almighty Lord in order to consistently fulfill their duty towards the homeland and the people.

Pilgrims from the Armenian dioceses of Western USA and France met with the Patriarch of All Armenians

His Holiness emphasized the importance of Armenians from Armenian dioceses all over the world on pilgrimage visits to Holy Etchmiadzin, especially in a difficult period for Armenia. In this way, they become more aware of the issues in the homeland and the problems of forcibly displaced Artsakh citizens.

Gavit" platform discusses the theme "Armenia and Artsakh: ontological challenges"

The meeting of the "Gavit" platform, created by the initiative of the Mother See, was held in Holy Etchmiadzin under the chairmanship of Catholicos of All Armenians. Churchmen, national, public and political figures participated in the meeting entitled
"Armenia and Artsakh: Ontological challenges and ways to overcome them".