Yes I have studied the history of the Armenian Church after the horrible genocide in which the evil Ottoman Empire, the last caliphate until this current ISIS nightmare, tried to kill all of you, and the Syriacs/Assyrians and the Pontic Greeks for that matter. And the Christian population of Turkey is only a fraction of what it was, a tiny fraction. Then your homeland fell under Soviet rule, and the horrible schism between the two Catholicoi, of Etchmiadzin and Cilicia, erupted, with the murder of the archbishop in New York. So I do understand. Growing up the closest friends of our family were and are Armenians.
In a sense near-extermination and genocide survival has become the uniting attribute of the northern Oriental Orthodox communion. But that's why the Christian witness is so strong, and this canonization is superb because it points out the Armenians were killed not because they were Armenian but because they were Christians.