Prayer for the Soul of Charles Aznavour to be Offered in Prelacy Churches

On Monday, October 1st, 2018, the Western Prelacy, along with Armenians worldwide mourned the loss of Charles Aznavour, iconic singer, activist, national hero, and son of Armenian Genocide survivors.

On this occasion, H.E. Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian, Prelate, sent a condolence letter to the Honorable Christophe Lemoine, Consul General of France in Los Angeles, expressing sympathy for what he called “a tremendous loss for your nation, for the Armenian nation, for the music world, and for all people, for Charles Aznavour was truly loved and admired by all.” The Prelate also noted that “Today we mourn the loss not only of a celebrated singer and songwriter, but of a principled activist, humanitarian, and diplomat who influenced and inspired countless artists and touched the hearts of countless people around the world through his evocative music and charitable works. Our nation reveres him in particular for his lifelong advocacy of the Armenian people, Armenian Genocide, and the Armenian Cause.
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Charles Aznavour was and will remain a true legend, and we can be sure that his immeasurable cultural impact and indelible legacy will endure as his illustrious career endured and thrived for decades.”

On Sunday, October 7, “Der Voghormya” prayers will be offered in Prelacy Churches for the repose of his soul. The Prelate will preside over Divine Liturgy and deliver the sermon at Holy Martyrs Church in Encino.

May God bless the memory of our legend and grant peace and comfort to his loved ones.

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