Syriac Orthodox Seminarians Visits Indian Orthodox Theological Seminary

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on March 22, 2017

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OCP News Service-22/3/17-
Syriac-Orthodox – Indian Orthodox Malankara Churches

Special Courtesy- Aby Mathew.

Kottayam- Kerala-India: Pictures from the visit of Final year students of the Syriac Orthodox Theological Seminary (Malankara Orthodox Syrian Semianry- Mulanthurithy, Kerala) made a fraternal visit at the Indian Orthodox Seminary (OTS -Kottayam, Kerala).

The Syriac Orthodox Seminary in Mulanthuruthy belongs to the Jacobite Syraic Orthodox Church of India, which is under the Patriarchal See of Antioch and All East. Orthodox Theological Seminary is the premier theological academy of the Indian Orthodox Malankara Church (Catholicate of the East).

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Independent

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