April 8, 2017 (መጋቢት 30 2009): አመታዊ የመድሀኔ አለም ክብረ በአል ይከበራል፤ የክብረ በአሉ በረከት ተካፋይ እንድትሆኑ እንጋብዛለን።
Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo St. Mary Church in Toronto
Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church of MedhanAlem works to fulfill the spiritual needs of its religious members by providing church and related services in a manner consistent with the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo church’s faith, values and tradition.
እንኳን ወደ ሞንትሪያል መድኃኔአለም የኢትዮጵያ ኦርቶዶክስ ተዋሕዶ ቤተ ክርስቲያን ድኅረ ገጽ በደህና መጣችሁ ቤተ ክርስቲያናችን ዘወትር እሁድ ከጧቱ 2፣30 ሰዓት በኢትዮጵያ ሰዓት አቆጣጠር (8:30 am.) በምንሰጠው መንፈሳዊ አገልግሎት እንድትሳተፉ ጥሪያችንን እናስተላልፋለን።
የሰበካ ጉባኢ አስተዳደር
Launch of Ethiopic Studies at University of Toronto
Currently, the lack of resources and knowledge for adequately preserving cultural materials in Ethiopia means our cultural and historical heritage is disappearing at an alarming rate. The Ethiopian studies program at the University of Toronto will play a vital role in teaching Ethiopia’s heritage to consecutive generations of students, in supporting digitization efforts, and to the dissemination of source material to the research community within and outside the University.
The Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto, the preeminent medieval studies program in the world, enthusiastically supports the establishment of an Ethiopian Studies program.
The Centre's historical focus on Europe during the thousand year period from the fall of Rome to the Fall of Constantinople (approx. 500-1500) includes the study of linkages across the wider region - in particular, the eastern Mediterranean and the trade routes extending to the south.
The history and culture of Ethiopia make up a key element within medieval studies, particularly in connection with the development of early Christianity and its relationship to Jewish and Muslim communities in the wider region. In terms of its eloquent literature, complex history, and exquisite art, medieval Ethiopia is increasingly recognized as essential to our study of the multicultural pre-modern world.
The study of Ge'ez language, in particular, has the potential to transform our understanding of that period: training the next generation to read medieval manuscripts written in Ge'ez will enrich our knowledge of Ethiopic culture, and will enable new interpretations of the intertwined histories of the region.
For more info and if you want to encourage the initiative, visit http://www.tadias.com/12/29/2015/launch-of-ethiopic-studies-program-at-university-of-toronto/