New Zealand: St Dionysius Indian Orthodox Church (SDIOC), the first Indian Orthodox Church, for the faithful of Auckland was consecrated on February 13, 14, 2015. Named after Saint Dionysius of Vattasseril (1858-1934), who was the Malankara Metropolitan
The next meeting of the Sopana PG Fellowship will be at the Mar Baselios Dayara, Njaliakuzhy at 7 pm on Wednesday 18th March 2015.Deacon Dr. Jojy George, in the field of New Testament will be the main speaker at the fellowship.
The retreat for the clergy of the Indian Orthodox Church in Australia was held on February 20, 2015 at St. Thomas Indian Orthodox Cathedral, Sydney. The retreat was lead by Yuhanon Mar Polycarpos and Dr. Yuhanon Mar Dioscoros.
The resolution titled ‘Malankara Church wants peace’, which welcomed the stance of the Patriarch that the discord prevailing in the Malankara Church was a catastrophe and the only solution was unity, also raises the demand that the Patriarch of Antioch officially accept these legal clauses.
The ministry of human empowerment department of Malankara Orthodox church urged its faithful to observe cyber fast on Good Friday. On the day, they should abstain from using cellphone, internet etc as part of lent.
YACHARAM: The 30th anniversary of St Gregorios Balagram, which takes care of children affected by leprosy, had observed on Sunday February 22,2015 at its premises at Yacharam in Ibrahimpatnam. “A number of children from Balagram have completed school, college and engineering and have settled in their life in the last
he Malankara Orthodox Church alleged that the Patriarch has ridiculed the Judiciary by visiting Piravom Church. The Patriarch was led to the feuded Churches, despite the Court order banning the entry of Bishops. “He could have been misled by the followers.
The first Indian Orthodox Church for the faithful of Auckland, New Zealand, is being consecrated on February 13, 14, 2015. The St Dionysius Indian Orthodox Church under Madras Diocese will be consecrated from the blessed hands of three Metropolitans.
In the pluralistic context of India, Theological Education should help creating a new humanity which impart social justice and virtues that give sanctity to life, says Catholicos Baselios Marthoma Paulose II, the head of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church.
Bengaluru Diocese of Indian Orthodox Church is giving increasing importance to the existing Diocese Mission projects at Bilikere, Mysore, in Karnataka and in Eluru, Andhra Pradesh. Diocese Metropolitan Dr Abraham Mar Seraphim had started a home for the differently abled girls and an English medium school at Bilikere in