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Definition of Mechitarist

Mechitarist
Mechitarist Mech"i*tar*ist, n. [From Mechitar, an Armenian., who founded the congregation in the early part of the eighteenth century.] (Eccl. Hist.) One of a religious congregation of the Roman Catholic Church devoted to the improvement of Armenians.

Meaning of Mechitarist from wikipedia

- The Mekhitarists (Armenian: Մխիթարեաններ, Mkhit'areanner, also spelled Mechitarists) are a congregation of Benedictine monks of the Armenian Catholic Church...
- to the Empire. In 1775, Maria Theresa gave official permission to the Mechitarist Congregation of the Armenian Catholic Church to settle in the Habsburg...
- Venetian Lagoon, which is completely occupied by a monastery run by the Mechitarists, an Armenian Catholic congregation. Approximately 139,000 Armenians live...
- himself with Armenian culture with the help of the monks belonging to the Mechitarist Order. With the help of Father Pascal Aucher (Harutiun Avkerian), he...
- founder of Mechitarist Congregation Mikayel Chamchian (1738–1823), Mechitarist monk and historian Ghevont Alishan (1820–1901), Mechitarist historian Manouk...
- of Sebaste, founder of an Armenian Catholic community of monks, the Mechitarists. Tsayraguyn vardapet (Armenian: ծայրագույն վարդապետ), on the other hand...
- Venice in 1940. Nersessian was ordained priest on 8 September 1946 by the Mechitarist order. He graduated from Pontifical Gregorian University in 1947, was...
- Kloster Likör) is an aromatic herb liqueur produced by the Armenian Mechitarist monks in Vienna. The liquor is prepared according to a secret recipe...
- Abbot Mechitar, Founder of the Armenian Mechitarists of Venice (San Lazzaro). St. Lazarus' Island, Venice: Mechitarist Press. pp. 30–40. Hamazaspian, V. E...
- Army. He fled Rome and took refuge at the monastery of the Armenian Mechitarists of Trieste, and entered their Order in 1801. In the same year he was...
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