One of the great struggles we have today in the Indian Orthodox Church is preserving our children in the Orthodox Faith and keeping them motivated to participate in the Church. Too often they seem not to be interested. Can we somehow motivate our youths to be excited about being Orthodox
May I convey my belated Seasons Greetings? I know you all are in the thrill of the exciting celebrations. From your mails/letters/phone calls, it is understood that you all have celebrated the Christmas and the New Year in different ways with a variety of programs.
Our esteemed former President K. R. Narayanan is no more today. Leaving a trail of glorious achievements he breathed his last on Wednesday, November 9, 2005. Vindicating the worth of his life, K. R. Narayanan disapproved Thomas Gray that he was like ‘ a flower blown to blush unseen’. Through
When we look at the Church both in the days of the early Christian communities, and the Malankara Orthodox Church in its Diaspora, we find a common thread of unity in the faith and worship of those church communities. However, something that was missing in the Diaspora in the United
As lion share of the members of the Orthodox Parishes in UAE are youngsters, these Parishes could be called Youth Parishes and the youth could donate very valid and creative contributions than elders, with their unity and enthusiasm, said Fr. Dr. K.M George. He was presenting the main theme (the
The word 'Pilgrimage' here stands for leading a man's consciousness to new and fresh pastures. Sometimes it is a physical displacement. But basically it is a quest for newer concepts and understandings. Here let us concentrate on a 'Pilgrimage to Truth'.
It is important to note that this unique seminar for giving a new life and boost for the Diaspora youth in India takes place immediately after the Sunday in which the Church celebrated the feast of Pentecost. In the first Pentecost day, many of the Diaspora Jews gathered in Jerusalem