Tag: Minority Rights

Liturgy and the Limits of Minority Rights<span class='secondary-title'>The Opening of the “Taşhoran Church and Cultural Center” in Malatya, Turkey</span>
Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations, Religion and Politics

Liturgy and the Limits of Minority RightsThe Opening of the “Taşhoran Church and Cultural Center” in Malatya, Turkey

“To find something that is lost is always a happy occasion!” So said Patriarch Sahak II Maşalyan of the Armenian Patriarchate of Constantinople, during his sermon at the first Divine Liturgy to be celebrated at the Holy Trinity Armenian Apostolic Church in Malatya, Turkey, in over one hundred years. Reconstructed through joint efforts of the…

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