“God is with us” Stated the Prelate

On behalf of the safety of the soldiers and people of Armenia, an outdoor evening vigil took place at St. Mary’s Church in Glendale, presided over by H.
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G. Bishop Torkom Donoyan, Prelate, and the participation of clergy, deacons and parishioners.

During his message, the Prelate stated, “All throughout times of difficulties, we mustn’t forget taking the Holy Bible in our hands and beseeching the Lord with true faith and intention, to intervene in our lives and answer our prayers.”

Referring to the struggles that are taking place in Armenia and during these trying times for our people and nation, the Prelate stressed that “Blessed are those people who have gone through various challenges, and even though the struggle they continue to pronounce that ‘God is with us.’” The Prelate raised his plea towards God to keep the Armenian people, Armenia and Artsakh under the shadow and protection of His Cross.

The service concluded by singing of “Lord have mercy” and the Prelate’s benediction.
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