Category: Editorial

When Divinity meets Humanity…

When Divinity meets Humanity… We hear the Christmas story every year during the month of December. What we hear is the story of purely mundane things. We hear about a couple looking for a lodge in an emergency situation; the young woman was in her full term of pregnancy and was about to give

Thoughts On Closing The Great Lent

Thoughts On Closing The Great Lent In a week, we will have completed forty days of fasting, which we call Great Lent, as a penitential preparation for ten days of intense meditation and recollection on the passion and death of our Lord and God Jesus Christ, and for His crowning victory over death by His resurrection.

Passover is Crossover

Passover is Crossover In Orthodox Christian Theology the most meaningful word after Christ or Jesus is Pascha, which is a Greek rendering of the Aramaic word Pesacha, from which during the very apostolic times Pascha became part of the spoken Greek of the first century. Etymologically, Pesacha comes from the Hebrew word, Pesach,

Repent Ye, Holy Church

Repent Ye, Holy Church REPENT YE, HOLY CHURCH, FROM TOP TO BOTTOM, AND CONVERT BEFORE YOU CELEBRATE THE HOLY PASCHA This period experiences a great turmoil, which has never been in recent times. The earth is roaring with anger. Our climate has not been normal for past the past few years; our weather has

Christ Is Born; Glorify Him!

Christ Is Born; Glorify Him! Anselm the English bishop and monk almost nine hundred years tried to philosophically unravel the mystery of incarnation in the context of many questions raised by several profane philosophers and critics of Christianity. The result was the book “Cur Deus Homo”. It was a sophisticated book which was basically intelligible

Privy Purse Of Diocesan Bishops In The Orthodox Church

Privy Purse Of Diocesan Bishops In The Orthodox Church Privy Purse literally means allowance of money allocated from the public revenue for the private expenses of a Sovereign or monarch. Our bishops are generally considered kings of their dioceses (a bishop is a king of his people, priest of his people and a prophet of his people). And on

Orthodox Herald Web Malayalam Edition To Be Under Subscription

Orthodox Herald Web Malayalam Edition To Be Under Subscription Indian Orthodox Herald, the online Orthodox News Paper that actively brings news and speeches from February 2002 in English, from 2005 in Malayalam and from November 2009 on Web Edition, is making the Web Malayalam Edition under subscription. For almost a year the activities at the Indian office

Stretch Out a Helping Hand

Stretch Out a Helping Hand Indian Orthodox Herald launches a fundraiser to maintain IOH as a free online news paper for the Malankara Orthodox faithful, especially for those in the diaspora. IOH is the only news paper of its kind publishing from the United States of America that brings news at once in English and

Orthodox Herald Launches Web Malayalam Edition

Orthodox Herald Launches Web Malayalam Edition The third endeavor of BMM Creations for the Orthodox Malayalee Community all over the world, the new Web Malayalam Edition of Indian Orthodox Herald, had launched today, April 3, 2010. This Malayalam Edition is dedicated to the sacred memory of LL Baselios Marthoma Mathews I,

IOH Exit Poll 2010 Results and Episcopal Election Results: Vox Populi Vox Dei

IOH Exit Poll 2010 Results and Episcopal Election Results: Vox Populi Vox Dei Until 2010 it was only mouth to mouth opinions voiced by people a means to predict results for the Episcopal Election. Therefore people always suggested that this time five candidates or four candidates are going to get separate majority in the priests’ and laymen’s votes to become winners. There were
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