In the Haykazian Dictionary, based on evidence from the 5 th-century Armenian translations, the word deaconess is defined as a ‘female worshipper or virgin servant active in … Pages in category "Armenian saints" The following 37 pages are in this category, out of 37 total. The Armenian Apostolic Church (Armenian: Հայ Առաքելական Եկեղեցի, romanized: Hay Aṙak'elakan Yekeghetsi) is the national church of the Armenian people.Part of Oriental Orthodoxy, it is one of the most ancient Christian institutions. The Armenian All Saints Apostolic Church, as some of you will recall, was on Lemoyn Street in Chicago at the time. We simply venerate the saints as the true and closer followers of Jesus Christ. The same goes for the women of the Armenian Apostolic Church. Just as the state honors and respects its great men and women, so Some women are even saints. The following is a list of saints recognized by the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church, and/or Oriental Orthodox churches, organized alphabetically by country or nation of origin or ... Armenian women have been complicit, especially iN … The first thing we must know about saints is that we do not adore them; we adore God alone. Women deacons, an ordained ministry, have served the Armenian Church for centuries. One day, Der Hayr Maronian, the parish priest then, handed me a scroll and told me to go home and study it and be prepared to read it the following week. These important early women saints and composers of the Armenian Church have been the source of architectural traditions, the inspiration for songs and poetry, and even hymns themselves. It was a long scroll, and beautifully handwritten in Armenian. Since the Armenian Apostolic Church depends on the Bible and early Christian writings as the basis for its canon, it’s important to acknowledge the extent of female involvement in these works. The centuries following Jesus’s mission saw a few followers somehow tied to Armenia who are today celebrated outside the tradition of Armenian Christianity. “Women deacons, an ordained ministry, have served the Armenian Church for centuries. Armenian Church, on the other hand is that the latter have canonized saints, while the former have not. In the Haykazian Dictionary, based on evidence from the 5th-century Armenian translations, the word deaconess is defined as a ‘female worshipper or virgin servant active in the church and superior or head of a nunnery.’ Some Christian saints of the West trace their roots to Armenia. This list may not reflect recent changes (). In the Haykazian Dictionary, based on evidence from the 5th-century Armenian translations, the word deaconess is defined as a ‘female worshipper or virgin servant active in the church and superior or head of a nunnery.’ The Armenian All Saints Apostolic Church, as some of you will recall, was on Lemoyn Street in Chicago at the time.