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Ordination

A new priest in the Armenian Orthodox Church!


ANNOUNCEMENT

His Eminence Archbishop Anoushavan Tanielian,
Prelate of the Armenian Apostolic Church,
Eastern USA Prelacy, will ordain
Deacon Roland Telfeyan to the priesthood on
February 13 and 14, 2021 at
Saint Sarkis Armenian Orthodox Church in
Douglaston, New York.
Rev. Fr. Nareg Terterian will be the sponsor.


VIDEOS (Click to see YouTube video)

Sat, Feb 13, 4:00 PM EST - Vespers - Calling
Sun, Feb 14, 10:30 AM EST - Liturgy - Ordination


LITURGY TEXT

https://telf.com/share/rt/church/books/ord/priest/liturgy-a.pdf
https://telf.com/share/rt/church/books/ord/priest/liturgy-e.pdf


ORDINATION TEXT

https://telf.com/share/rt/church/books/ord/priest/priest.pdf


EXPLANATION

https://telf.com/share/rt/church/books/ord/priest/explan.pdf


UPDATES

See
https://telf.com/ord


NOTES

1. On Sunday, February 14 is the ordination, which for 2021 is also the feast of the Coming (Presentation) of the Lord into the Temple, Valentine’s Day, and the Eve of the Great Fast.

2. The forty-day isolation period will coincide with the great fast and take place in the Cathedral of St. Gregory Illuminator in New York. Toward the end of that period, on Saturday, March 20, the feast of the Entrance of St. Gregory into the Pit, a Divine Liturgy will be celebrated at the Cathedral.

3. On Sunday March 21, the Sixth Sunday of the Great Fast (The Sunday of the Coming of the Lord), the Divine Liturgy and the installation will take place at St. Stephen Church, New Britain, Hartford, CT.

4. On Sunday, March 28, Palm Sunday, the first Divine Liturgy will take place at St. Stephen Church, New Britain, Hartford, CT.


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Thus says our Lord Jesus Christ: “No man can come to me, unless my heavenly Father draws him to me” (Jn 6:44); and “Him who comes to me, I will not cast out” (Jn 6:37). “Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me; for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.” (Mt 11:28-30).