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Catholicos Mathews II Was a Great Protagonist of Religious and Church Peace: Justice Benjamin Koshy

Catholicos Mathews II Was a Great Protagonist of Religious and Church Peace: Justice Benjamin Koshy LL Catholicos of the East Mar Baselios Marthoma Mathews II was great protagonist of peace among religions and Churches, opined Justice Benjamin Koshy. He was inaugurating the Fifth Annual Remembrance of the late Pontiff on January 26th at St. Thomas Orthodox

Keep Yourselves Away From Alcohol, Emulate Our Holy Fathers: Catholicos Emeritus

Keep Yourselves Away From Alcohol, Emulate Our Holy Fathers: Catholicos Emeritus Mar Baselios Marthoma Didymos I, the Catholicos Emeritus, arrived at Al Majlis International Airport, Dubai on Thursday, 27th January, 2011 and was accorded a gorgeous welcome by priests and a huge number of faithful from all over the UAE. The Pontiff led evening prayers at the St. Thomas Cathedral, Dubai

Baselios Mathews II Award to Cartoonist Yesudasan

Baselios Mathews II Award to Cartoonist Yesudasan Catholicos Mar Baselios Marthoma Paulose II conferred this year’s Baselios Mathews II award upon Cartoonist Yesudasan. The award includes INR 10,000 and a plaque.Catholicos Emeritus Mar Baselios Marthoma Didymus I presided over the meeting. Metropolitans Zacharia Mar Anthonios,

Metropolitan strengthens ecumenical ties with Episcopal visit to Ujjain

Metropolitan strengthens ecumenical ties with Episcopal visit to Ujjain Dr Pulikkottil Geevarghese Mar Yulios, the Metropolitan of Ahmedabad Diocese, visited St Gregorios Parish in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh on January 25, 2011.The young metropolitan of Ahmedabad Diocese was received by Dr Sebastian Vadakel MST, the Catholic Bishop of Ujjain Mission Diocese, at his Church Headquarters on Maria Nagar

New Public Relations Officers to the Diocese of Calcutta

New Public Relations Officers to the Diocese of Calcutta Dr. Joseph Mar Dionysius, Metropolitan of the Diocese of Calcutta, appointed Fr. P.S. Varghese as the new Public Relations Officer for the Diocese.also appointed Jerry John Koshy as the Media Secretary of the Diocese. Jerry John Koshy is at present member of St. Gregorios Indian Orthodox Maha Edavaka, Kuwait.

An Appeal: St. Gregorios Orthodox Syrian Church, Dhule

An Appeal: St. Gregorios Orthodox Syrian Church, Dhule Short History St. Gregorios Orthodox Syrian Church, Dhule is the first Parish of Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church in the northern region of Maharastra. In the year 1984, our Late Lamented Metropolitan Dr.Philipose Mar Theophilus visited Dhule and established this Congregation. In the initial period the Priests from St.George Orthodox Church,

Let Us Be Smaller than the Temple of God: Metropolitan Mar Eusebius

Let Us Be Smaller than the Temple of God: Metropolitan Mar Eusebius Metropolitan Alexios Mar Eusebius, Fr. Thampan Varghese and Fr. George Paulose were the main celebrants. Fr. Thampan Varghese, Fr. Dr. Joy Pyngolil, Fr. George Paulose, Fr. George Daniel, Fr. Dr. Jacob Mathew, Fr. Sam Mathew, Fr. Thomson Chacko, Fr. Vartan D. Joulfayan, Fr. Nersess Jebejian, Fr. Shibu

Dr Mar Yulios clears moscad.info as website for Ahmedabad Diocese

Dr Mar Yulios clears moscad.info as website for Ahmedabad Diocese Going by the domain name of moscad.info (under construction), it will soon join one of the many other websites of the Malankara Orthodox dioceses. Moscad stands for Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church Ahmedabad. Pulikkottil Dr Geevarghese Mar Yulios, Ahmedabad Metropolitan, had given the go ahead

MGOCSM North America Council Weekend

MGOCSM North America Council Weekend The North American Council of the Mar Gregorios Orthodox Christian Student's Movement (MGOCSM) met for its annual planning meeting over the Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend at Baltimore, Maryland. Metropolitan Zechariah Mar Nicholovos of the Diocese of North East America presided over the meeting

Byzantine Orthodox Ethos: A threat to Our Liturgical Theology? - Dn Philip Mathew

Byzantine Orthodox Ethos: A threat to Our Liturgical Theology?	- Dn Philip Mathew Deacon Shaun Mathew touches upon a matter which, though rather tangential to the topic of liturgical translation, is worth discussing, both for the theories proposed and for the resulting implications for liturgical scholarship and praxis, pastoral formation and ministry, and so on. He alleges that a “Byzantine ethos” has crept
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