Nativity of the Holy Mother-of-God

The Armenian Church styles her Sourp Asdvadzadzin: the “Holy Mother-of-God”: a cosmic title which has elicited reverent love from generations of Armenian Christians, and is honored as the name of many of our churches. In more common parlance she is St. Mary: the girl of humble piety who carried the Hope of the world within her body, and delivered Him as a baby in Bethlehem.

She began life as the child of a devout Hebrew couple, whose earnest prayer was answered with the birth of a precious daughter. Today the Armenian Church celebrates that world-changing birth with the Feast of the Nativity of the Holy Mother-of-God.

To read more on the holy feasts of St. Mary, click here.

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