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St. David Armenian Church Announces New Publication

St. David Armenian Church Announces New Publication

Boca Raton, FL – On Sunday, March 25, St. David Armenian Church proudly presented a book dedication “Walking Through The Armenian History And Faith”, an instructional handbook authored by our Pastor, Very Reverend Fr. Dr. Nareg Berberian.  It is a summary of the Armenian faith, its history, liturgy, theology, traditions and customs.

An enthusiastic introduction was given by Reverend Fr. Garabed Kochakian, Pastor of St. John Armenian Church in Detroit, Michigan who spoke very highly of Fr. Nareg’s ministry as a priest for 20 years, remarking that he has been a great asset to our Diocese. He presented Fr. Nareg’s book as very functional for those who want to learn about their history and traditions outlining important topics to make these connections more easily. It is also a helpful guideline for the teachers and the students of our Sunday School and our Armenian School, as well as college students and adults, and for non-Armenians to familiarize themselves with the Armenian church and its traditions.

Fr. Nareg thanked Fr. Garabed for his thoughtful words of support and Chris Zakian for editing the book, and said that he is looking forward to publishing additional works in the near future.

If you are interested in obtaining a copy of this book at a cost of $12.00 (including postage), you may contact the Church office by phone (561 994-2335) or via e-mail: stdavoff@att.net.

 

Mark Mustian Upcoming Book Reading in Naples

Mark Mustian Upcoming Book Reading in Naples

Mark Mustian, author of the award-winning novel The Gendarme, will read and sign books at the Armenian-American Cultural Society’s winter event scheduled for Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at Stonebridge Country Club, 2100 Winding Oaks Way, Naples, Florida 34109, from 2:00 to 4:00 PM.

Mustian is also scheduled to speak at the Sarasota Public Library on March 2, 2012 for an event entitled, A Way with Words: Connecting Writers and Readers.

The Gendarme, which portrays a 92-year old man who fought for the Ottomans in World War I and only late in life begins to recall some of the things that happened at the beginning of the war—including the deportation of Armenians from Anatolia in the 1915 Armenian Genocide—is the 2010 Gold Florida Book Award winner for general fiction, and has been published in nine languages. Additional information is available at http://www.markmustian.com