The recent common circular of H.G. Joseph Marthoma Metropolitan, Head of Malankara Marthoma Church has brought out a controversy. The sum and substance of the circular is the statement that H.G. Palakkunnathu Abraham Malpan celebrated Holy Qurbana on 15th August 1835, by reciting the prayers like the Promiyon and Sedra
In the fast paced advanced life styles of expatriates working in the Middle East, one should strive towards reviving lost values and Christian beliefs, said Fr C C Kuriakose. He was speaking at the opening of the Sneha Sandesam’s week-long convention held at the Mar Gregorios Orthodox Church (MGOC), Muscat.
The Mar Gregorios Orthodox Church Muscat, well-known for its humanitarian and charity projects has invited applications for its popular ‘Thanal’ or Home Aid Project for 2010-2011. Applications have already started pouring in from many of the economically weaker diocese in India.
The Malankara Managing Committee convened at the Old Seminary on August 3, 2010 put forth proposals to assign dioceses to the newly consecrated Metropolitans of Malankara. The Catholicos of the East and Malankara Metropolitan Baselius Marthoma Didymus I presided over the meeting.
The last rites of Malayala Manorama chief editor K M Mathew were held here Monday with life coming to a standstill in the city and thousands of people including politicians, religious leaders and filmstars turning up to pay him their last respects. The 93-year-old media mogul, popularly known as Mathukuttychayan,
Malankara Church at large and the bereaved family bid final farewell to the beloved son of Malankara and lover of letters K.M. Mathew, Manorama. Tear drops have fallen down from eyes of many during the funeral services with full state honors at Puthenpalli on Monday, August 02, 2010, in the
The Mar Gregorios Orthodox Christian Youth Movement (MGOCYM), the youth wing of the Mar Gregorios Orthodox Church, Muscat will hold a Vachana Sishrusha from August 6 to August 14 as part of the 15-day lent and Assumption of St Mary.
Malankara will bid adieu to the Chief Editor of Malayala Manorama K.M. Mathew, who passed away on August 1, 2010 at Kottayam, India. Funeral services will be with state honors at Puthenpalli Cemetery today.Viewing is set at the Central Office of Malayala Manorama from 12.30 pm local time onwards. People
Chief editor of Malayala Manorama K M Mathew died early Sunday at his residence here in Kerala. He was 93. Mathew is survived by three sons and a daughter. His wife passed away in 2003.Thousands came to pay their last respects to Mathew, who was known as Mathukuttychayan to all.
Concluding with a science and crafts exhibit that featured extraordinary replicas onstage of a bullock cart, waterwheel (chakram) and traditional utensils like para and murram, “Venalshibhiram 2010” conducted by the Orthodox Christian Youth Movement allied to St. Thomas Orthodox Cathedral, Dubai came to a jubilant end today.