Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Birthday Greetings to His Holiness Baselius Dydimos I

October 27, 2010 Featured News

27/10/2010 +MANY YEARS TO HIS HOLINESS+ His Holiness Baselios Marthoma Didymus I, Catholicos of the East and Malankara Metropolitan is the 90th prelate seated on The Apostolic Throne of St. Thomas. He is the 7th Catholicos in Malankara after the establishment of the Catholicate here in 1912 and the 20th Malankara Metropolitan. Kottayam/India: His Holiness […]

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His Holiness Dydimos I stronger at 90, Indian Orthodox Church world over Celebrates

October 27, 2010 Featured News

27/10/2010 On the occasion of the 90th birthday of His Holiness Moran Mar Baselios Marthoma Dydimus I, Catholicos of the East and Malankara Metropolitan of the Indian Orthodox Church observed on the 29th of October 2010, The Indian Orthodox Diaspora (under the auspices of Diocese of Delhi, Indian Orthodox Church) joins H.G. Job Mar Philoxenos, […]

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Tribute Paid to Hagop Piandarian for His Service to Community

October 27, 2010 News

25/10/2010 LOS ANGELES — Hagop Piandarian, a longtime community activist, was honored on Sunday, October 3. His community involvement began almost 60 years ago in Alexandria, Egypt and later extended to the US, his adopted country. Karekin II, Catholicos of all the Armenians, bestowed upon him the medal of St. Mesrob Mashdots with an encyclical, […]

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Pilgrimage to Egypt

October 27, 2010 Featured News

The British Orthodox Church Abba Seraphim visited Egypt from 13-20 October with a small group of ecumenical pilgrims as well as members of the British Orthodox Church. Accompanying Abba Seraphim were Father Simon Smyth and Reader James-Antony Kelly from the Portsmouth parish, Dr. Katherine Mori from the Charlton parish, Dr. Gordon Beamish, James Carr, Daniel […]

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Uspenski Cathedral burglars receive prison Sentences

October 27, 2010 News

26/10/2010 Court regarded the choice of a church as a target as especially deplorable On Monday, the Helsinki District Court handed down prison sentences to three Romanian men who broke into Helsinki’s Uspenski Cathedral in the summer. The most severe sentence of three years and four months in prison was given to 36-year-old …

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