It has been reported that the final resting place of the deceased Patriarch Abune Paulose will be at the Holy Trinity Cathedral. The funeral will be held on Thursday 23rd of August 2012. The Divine Liturgy will begin by 6 am and funeral rites are expected to start by 9
The Ethiopian Orthodox Church patriarch, HH Abune Paulos enters into eternal rest His Holiness Abune Paulos, Fifth Patriarch and Catholicos of Ethiopia, Ichege of the See of St Tekle Haymanot, Archbishop of Axum, passed away early Thursday in Addis Ababa, aged 76.
Fr. Alexander James Kurien, a priest of the Indian Orthodox Church and a senior staff member of the United States Department of State in Washington, D.C. celebrated the 25th anniversary of his Holy Ordination to the priesthood on Sunday, July 1, 2012
The seventh Congress of Asian Theologians (CATS VII) will be held at the Methodist Theological University, in Seoul, S Korea from June 30 to July 6. The Congress will debate on the theme “Embracing and embodying God’s hospitality today.”
A team of delegates headed by Dr.Yakob Mar Iraneos, Geevarghese Mar Coorilos and 16 representatives from the Seminaries, MGOCSM, Youth League and Sreesamajam attends the 27th Quadrennial Assembly of the National Council of Churches in India began at Bangalore on April 25, 2012.
His vision and zeal for fellowship and unity of all Christians led him to visit Rome in 1973 and sign a Declaration of Common Faith with Pope Paul VI. Hailed as the first meeting between Alexandrine and Roman pontiffs since 451 AD, the event goes down in history as a
Shenuda died on Saturday aged 88 after a long illness, setting in motion the process to elect a new patriarch for the Middle East's largest Christian community. He led the Copts, estimated at 10 percent of Egypt's population of more than 80 million, for a whole generation, during which the
Rev Dr Henriette Hutabarat Lebang, General Secretary Christian Conference of Asia (CCA) has condoled the recent sad demise of His Grace Dr Geevarghese Mar Osthathios, senior Metropolitan of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church. In a condolence letter
Mrs Susan Jacob, has joined the Christian Conference of Asia (CCA) as Consultant for Communications from January 2012. Susan thus becomes the first-ever Indian Orthodox woman to be employed in the CCA. She will have tenure of two years and will be based at its HQ at Chiang Mai in
Representatives of a broad range of Christian churches and organisations met in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia from January 14-19, 2012 to complete a report and make recommendations for significant advances toward Christian unity and inter-religious co-operation.