Enthronement of the new Serbian Patriarch Irinej took place at the Patriarchate of Pec in Kosovo, Serbia. The enthronement ceremony took place on October 3rd, 2010 at historic Patriarchate of Pec of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Metropolitan Dr. Gabriel Mar Gregorios of Trivandrum Diocese represented the Indian Orthodox Church.
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,
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.
This summer a small and silent residential locality in Kerala’s Kayamkulam area has witnessed an unprecedented number of pilgrims. They were from all parts of India coming to seek refuge at the lap of St Mary’s Jacobite Syrian Chapel near Kayamkulam.
This is where a holistic approach with regard to development becomes relevant. What we see around us in terms of development is beneficial for just some and most of the time at the cost of the majority,” said Yuhanon Mar Meletius, Metropolitan of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church, Diocese of
The World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit will pay an official visit to Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia, head of the Russian Orthodox Church, on 27-29 June. In his first travel to Moscow as WCC general secretary, Tveit will meet with Patriarch
Primate of the Antiochene Syriac Orthodox Church, Mor Severios Mose Gurgan consecrated two priests from Jacobite and Orthodox factions as bishops at St. James Lutheran Church, New Delhi on June 17.
Yuhanon Mor Thimothios is appointed as bishop of Idukki and North Kerala diocese and Mathews Mor
In June 1910, a groundbreaking World Missionary Conference drew delegates from churches and mission societies throughout the earth to the Assembly Hall of the Church of Scotland, set on The Mound near Edinburgh Castle and St Giles Cathedral. One hundred years later, on the afternoon of Sunday 6 June,
Christian songs and hymns from around the globe mingled with the native skirl of bagpipes at welcoming ceremonies for Edinburgh 2010, a five-day conference marking the 100th anniversary of the World Missionary Conference of 1910. By the start of the conference, 297 registered
To launch together a new beginning for common mission in the 21st century" is the challenge put before participants at an international mission conference taking place in Edinburgh, United Kingdom, from 2-6 June. The international gathering commemorates the hundredth anniversary of the 1910 World Mission