Holy Relics of Saint Thomas transferred to the Monastery of St Matthew in Nineveh

by OCP on July 9, 2014

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Monastery of St Matthew

Monastery of St Matthew

Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch and All East
9/7/14
Photos: Rev. Fr. Yousuf Albanna

Iraq: Holy Relics of Saint Thomas has been transferred from the St Thomas Church, Mosul to Syriac Orthodox Monastery of St Matthew, Nineveh, Iraq on June 17th 2014 and is placed at the Beth Khadeesha of Monastery.

Mor Thimotheos Mousa – Archbishop of Nineveh, Mor Gregorious Saliba Shamoun – Archbishop Emeritus of Mosul and Mor Nichodimos Dawood – Archbishop of Mosul led the ceremony of the transferring the holy relics of the St Thomas the Apostle of Jesus Christ.

Let us pray for Iraq and Seek intercession of Mor Thoma, the Patron Saint of India.

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