The Orthodox Christian Youth movement is conducting Vattasseril Mar Dionysius memorial lecture on Sunday February 21, 2010 at10am at St. Marys Orthodox Church, Karamood, Kottayam in connection with the 76th feast of St. Vattasseril Dionysius.
The Orthodox Christian Youth Movement, in cooperation with Mar Dionysius foundation has decided to conduct an Akhila Malankara Elocution competition at 10am onFebruary 26 at Orthodox Youth Centre , Kottayam,
The 2010 Malankara Association Flame reached its destination Sasthamkotta Baselios Mathews II Nagar today at 5.30pm with only 1 day to go until the Episcopal Election and ignited at the Association Nagar marked the opening of the
The Church, on this very afternoon of the ‘Day of Forgiveness,’ has set her journey into penitence. And so, kneeling and prostrating, her people look ahead to Kymtho, the great feast of the Light. The service of reconciliation is conducted on Monday, the first day if the Great Lent, at
Over two and half million Malankara Orthodox Christians world wide will begin to observe the great lent from today. Great lent is the occasion for them to purge themselves from all infirmities of their lives.The beginning of lent is marked with the rite of Shubkono, namely, asking mutual forgiveness. At
The center of the liturgical year in the Orthodox Church is Kymtho, the celebration of Christ’s Resurrection. It is extolled in the services as the Feast of feasts and Triumph of triumphs. Justifiably so, for as the Apostle Paul declares, if Christ be not risen, then is our preaching vain,
The 188th Memorial Festival of Pulikkottil Joseph Mar Dionysius, the founder of the old Seminary was celebrated. The flag was hoisted by Seminary Manager Fr. K. V. Joseph at 9.30 am on Sunday 21st