Mission news
07-February,2015 Source: deepika

അഭിമാനത്തിന്റെ 25  വർഷങ്ങൾ പൂർത്തിയാക്കി സാംഗ്ലി മിഷൻ
16-January,2015 Source: ucanindia.in

India’s Syro-Malabar Catholics will take over a historic church in Preston that was closed two months ago.St Ignatius’ Church will re-open after the Bishop of Lancaster offered it to Syro-Malabar Catholics.   St Ignatius’ Church, opened in 1836, was due to be merged with the nearby English Martyrs Church because of a shortage of priests. Parishioners said they were stunned by the decision.   But on New Year’s Eve, Bishop Michael Campbell received a letter from Cardinal George Alencherry requesting a church and presbytery for Syro-Malabar Catholics under the charge of Father Mathew Jacob Choorapoikay
15-January,2015 Source: SMCIM

13-January,2015 Source: smcim

Syro Malabar Mission  Bangalore, ,Communication department has introduced An E-- monthly News Bulletin  to publish the various news /programmes of the mission.Which was formally launched  by His Beatitude Mar George Allencherry Major Arch Bishop in Dharmaram Bangalore handing over the first copy to Episcopal Vicar Very Rev Fr Mathew koikara cmi.in the presence of Rev Dr Thomas Kallukalam zonal Coordinator and KPChackappan Laity coordinator.  
Major Arch Bishop appreciated the very layout design and the very name PRO
27-December,2014 Source: smcim

സീറോ- മലബാര്‍ കാറ്റക്കെറ്റിക്കല്‍ കമ്മീഷന്‍ ഏര്‍പ്പെടുത്തിയിട്ടുള്ള സീറോ  - മലബാര്‍ സഭ 'വിശ്വാസപരിശീല പ്രതിഭാസംഗമം 2014' ന്  പ്രൌഡഗംഭീരമായ തുടക്കം.
04-December,2014 Source: SMCIM

December 2014 issue Published
04-November,2014 Source: smcim

I am happy to inform you that the Website is launched in Etawah on 02nd Nov.2014 by Msgr Jacob Palackal, the Vcar General of the Archdiocese of Changanacherry, along with Bishop Rapheal Thattil and Very Rev. Fr Varghese Kalapurackal and Rev. Fr Thomas Ezhikad, the Etawah Mission Superior.  in the presence of thousands of Syro-Malabar Faithful who gathered in Etawah to celebrate the Ruby Jubilee of the Etawah Mission. The Occasion was graced by His Grace Albert D'Souza, the Archbishop of Agra and many Priests and Sisters working in Etawah Mission.
09-August,2014 Source: http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/

By Elise Harris Rome, Italy, Aug 8, 2014 / 04:30 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- A priest hailing from what used to be Iraq’s largest Christian city has lamented the exodus of over 100,000 Christians from the city, many of whom are fleeing on foot with no food, money or water.   “Today the story of Christianity is finished in Iraq,” said a priest who identified himself as Fr. Nawar.   “People can’t stay in Iraq because there is death for whoever stays,” told CNA Aug. 8.   A priest who has been living and studying in Rome for the last three years, Fr. Nawar is originally from the Iraqi ci
09-August,2014 Source: http://www.christianpost.com/

Kurdish Forces Grateful for US Airstrikes BY SAMI K. MARTIN , CHRISTIAN POST REPORTER A member of the Kurdish peshmerga troops stands on a tank during an operation against Islamic State militants in Makhmur, on the outskirts of the province of Nineveh August 7, 2014. ISIS forces have overtaken the largest Christian city in Iraq, forcing thousands of Christians and other religious minorities to flee and seek refuge in the northern Kurdish region.   ISIS militants issued a stern mandate to Christians living in the Mosul: "Convert to Islam, pay a fine, or face death by the sword."   The jihadists took over the

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