By Avedis Kevorkian, Philadelphia, PA October 21, 2007
The first time I heard the name Mesrob Mutafyan was when I was living in London and he was still a bishop. I learned of Mutafyan from a Greek priest who had been in Constantinople (as the Greek Church still calls it–are you listening, Patriarch?) and was assigned to the Greek Patriarchate for seven years.
The priest and I had become friends–for reasons not worth going into here–and he was surprised that I had not heard of the Bishop. He praised Mutafyan highly for his intelligence and piety and predicted great things for him.
It is easy for people to say, “Let’s you do. . . .”