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APRIL 22, 2012 * GENOCIDE COMMEMORATION (NYC). Armenian Genocide Commemoration at Times Square: “Turkey is Guilty of Genocide. Denying the Undeniable is a Crime.” Begins at 2 p.m. at 43rd and Broadway NYC. Sponsored by the Knights and Daughters of Vartan, Inc. Co-sponsored by the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU), Armenian Assembly of America, Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA), ADL-Ramgavars, and Armenian Council of America, with the participation of the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern), Prelacy of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern), Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA), Armenian Catholic Eparchy for U.S. and Canada, Armenian Church Youth Organization of America (ACYOA), Armenian Youth Federation (AYF), Armenian youth organizations, and Armenian university and college clubs. For free bus transportation to and from Times Square, call the Diocese (212-686-0710), Prelacy (212-689-7810), Sona (New Jersey; 551-427-8763), John (Holy Martyrs; 718-631-2247), Eddy (St. Sarkis; 917-885-9729); Kostan (Sts. Vartanantz; 201-741-9789), Andy (Paramus; 201-368-2791), Very Rev. Fr. Vazken Karayan (Holy Cross; 201-865-2790), Sako (Queens Armenian Center; 516-805-5816), or Tigran (Brooklyn; 347-291-7765). Or visit www.knightsofvartan.org, http://april24nyc.com, www.armenianradionj.com, or www.theforgotten.org

2 Comments on Armenian Genocide Commemoration at Times Square (New York)

  1. I have heard an estimate that less than 2 per cent of American Armenians are dues paying members of Armenian Apostolic, Armenian Evangelical and Armenian Catholic Churches.

    While I assume that a majority of us attend our Churches, few of us support them as dues paying members and participate regularly in the immortal mystical body of Christ, which God, our nation and our ancestors gave us, and which no force on Earth can take from us if we are faithful.

    One of the ways to keep ourselves going as a people is to support the Churches. I hope that in the preparation of the 100th anniversary of death and loss, we will find supporting our Churches in greater numbers, and with greater enthusiasm, a way to affirm our life, and the life of our nation, now and forever.

  2. jda,

    they must be broke..simple
    ha ha

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