The idea of the Primacy of the Pope set forth in the decrees of the first Vatican Council of 1870 is perhaps the most crucial subject discussed in the dialogues between the Catholics and the eastern and the Oriental Orthodox Christians. [E.g.XIth session of the Plenary of the International mixed
I consider it a great blessing to have this opportunity of participating in the 17th centenary celebrations of the martyrdom of St. George. I recall with great pleasure my visits to this church on several occasions in the past. However today’s is my first visit after the reconstruction of the
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Anniversary celebrations of st. gregorios sunday school & congregation, Riyadh was conducted on 8 February 2013 Friday. After the service, the program commenced with the prayer song by sunday school students.
Jeena Jessy Kunjumon from Muscat Mar Gregorios Orthodox Maha Edavaka, by securing the third rank in the SSFC examination (2012-2013) from OSSAE – Outside Kerala Region. Jeena however emerged as the top rank holder from Ahmedabad Diocese and among churches in the Gulf region.
UAE Zonal committee of OCYM is organizing pilgrimage to St. Dionysius Orthodox church in Al Ain, on Friday, March 1, 2013 to attend the 79th memorial feast of Vattasseril Thirumeni. The pilgrims will be received Dr. Mathews Mar Thimothios,
Pulikkottil Dr Geevarghese Mar Yulios, Metropolitan of Ahmedabad Diocese, has began his maiden Episcopal visit to Republic of Yemen. The visit is scheduled from February 5 to February 9, 2013. Dr Mar Yulios will be hosted at the St Mary’s Orthodox Church of Sana’a in Yemen which is included as
Dr Mar Seraphim in his brief DVD comments said La Moriyo Zegtho, a worship session, was a trendsetter which enabled many to turn to the Lord more fervently. His Grace hoped those involved would further use their talents vigorously to glorify God’s name.
Tomin, a Standard X student of Indian School Muscat (ISM), drew an oil painting of Jesus Christ on canvas and offered it as a first fruit offering at the ‘fete and sale’ of the Maha Edavaka recently. An altar boy at the Muscat Maha Edavaka, he is the son of
Poet and novelist Jeet Thayil became the first Indian on Friday to win the DSC South Asian Literature prize, now on its third edition. Jeet’s “Narcopolis” was shortlisted from six names to bag the Rs 26.89 lakh ($50,000) DSC prize.