H. H Baselius Marthoma Mathews II after breathing last at 5:15 PM at Devalokam Aramana on 26 January is now on the last leg of his journey to his hallowed tomb at Sasthamkota. The deceased soul bid farewell to Kottayam
It is with profound grief we report the passing away of Baselius Marthoma Mathews II, former Catholicos of the East. He would have turned 91 on January 30. He was ailing for quite some time. The end came around 5.15 on Thursday
Prayer is the real beauty of church, His Holiness Baselius Marthoma Didimos I Catholicos said. Even if the church was built with expertise, if there is no prayer or awakening it fails in its purpose
The Mar Gregorios Orthodox Christian Student Movement of the American Diocese held the first Council meeting for the new year on Friday, January 13 and Saturday, January 14, 2006 at St. Gregorios Orthodox Church
This year’s feast in memory of St. Thomas will be held from December 17 through 21 at Niranam Valia Palli (the big church at Niranam). There will be a herald march from Kadisa Church at Kayamkulam
The annual Talent Show of the North Eastern Region of the American Diocesan Sunday Schools was conducted on Saturday, November 12, 2005. This colorful event took place at the Saunders High School
St. Dionysius Indian Orthodox Church, New Zealand will be conducting its first Bible Convention in Auckland from 16th to 19th November’05 at the St.Alban’s Church, 443 Dominion Road, Balmoral.
On November 12 2005, the Oriental Orthodox Churches of Atlanta (OOCA), organized its annual youth retreat at Simpsonwood Conference Center. Over 85 youngsters from the high school and collegiate level
The Supreme Head of the Church of Malankara His Holiness Baselios Marthoma Didymos I said he was praying for peace not only to the church and for believers, but to the entire nation.
The Oriental Orthodox Churches in Atlanta recently celebrated a common Oriental Orthodox liturgy here in Atlanta. The priests, deacons, and laity of the Armenian, Coptic, Ethiopian, Eritrean, Antiochene, and Indian Orthodox Churches