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Feb 2011:
New Book : The History of the Syrian Church in India

I am extremely happy to announce the release of the  Malayalam translation of the book, The History of the Syrian Church in India,  written in Arabic by H.H. Ignatius Yacoob 111. H.H. wrote this book in 1951.It will be published next week.

It is translated by Dr. Matti Moosa into English and Mr. Jacob Varghese rendered it into Malayalam. This book sheds new light into the various documents in Syriac related to the Indian Church History. Many of the Syriac documents treasured in the Edavazhikkal family is quoted extensively by His Holiness.

The Cover page of the book is attached along with this. Those interested to have a copy of this may kindly contact the undersigned . The price of the book is Rs.300/- The book will be delivered free of cost.

Members of the Mor Adai Study centre will get a complimentary copy of the same but will have to bear the postage and handling.


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Dr.Kuriakose Corepiscopa Moolayil     
Cheeranchira, Changanaserry,
Kerala, Pin: 686 106  India 
Tel. +91 481 272 4353
Cell: +91 944 620 3002

7th Syriac conference at SEERI
7th Syriac conference (8-16 September 2010) was concluded at St. Ephrem
Ecumenical Research Institute (SEERI), Kottayam.

Dr. Rajan Gurukal (vice chancellor, M.G. University, Kottayam)inaugurated the
conference. H.G. Kuriakose Mor Ivanios (Metropolitan of Knanaya church)
represented from our church and gave felicitations in the inaugural function.

Around 70 foreign delegates attended the conference. Both Indian and foreign
scholars like Dr. Sebastian Brock, Dr. George Kiraz, Very Rev. Dr. Kuriakose
Chor-episcopa Moolayil, Zeki Aydin, Dr. Kuriakose valavanolikal, Rev. Fr. Dr.
Thomas koonammakal, Rev. Fr. Dr. Johns Konat, Rev. Fr. Dr. Baby Varghese,
Theresia Hainthler, Rev. Fr. Saju Keepanaseril, Rev. Fr. Immanuel Thelly, Dr.
Istvan perczel...etc were presented papers regarding Syriac related topics.

On 13th H.G. Mathews Mor Aprem offered Holy Qurbono in Syriac from our church.

Our Catholica Bava thirumeni honoured the foreign delegates with a delicious
lunch at Puthencruz and gave a short speech.

SEERI also celibrates its silver jubilee. The public meeting was inaugurated by
H.B. Ignatios Yousuf III Younan (Syrian Catholic Patriarch).

Malankara Catholic church gave a Syriac title malphono rabo d'eedoto suryoyoto
(Great teacher of Syriac church) to Rev. Fr.Dr. Jacob Thekeparampil, the
director of SEERI.

May the good lord continue to bless him and use him to preserve our holy
language.

Dn. Swoby Moolayil



Very Rev. Dr. Kuriakose Cor Episcopa Moolayil awarded Doctorate in Ministry (D.Min) by LSTC
CKuriakoseMoolayil04 June 2010, Kottayam, Kerala: Very Rev. Dr. Kuriakose Moolayil awarded Doctor of Ministry (D.Min) in Mission and Leadership by the coveted Lutheran School of Theology, Chicago (LSTC). Dr. Kuriakose Cor Episcopa did his research in the Faculty of Mission & Leadership of LSTC and submitted the thesis entitled 'Mission of the Church among Mentally Challenged'. The doctoral committee commented the thesis a highly influencing one in the present world. Dr. Kuriakose Cor Episcopa, a homeopath, holds BA (University of Kerala), DHMS (Board of Homeopathic Medicine, Govt. of Kerala) and MA in Syriac (SEERI, MG University, Kottayam) in his credit. Currently he is doing Ph.D in Syriac from MG University in Ecclesiastical History of Bar Ebraya. V. Rev. Cor Episcopa, a renowned Church historian and writer, is the Lecturer in SEERI, Kottayam, Chairman of Theeram, Director of Mor Adai Study Centre (MASC).

Courtesy:http://www.socmnet.org/News11.htm

Evangelization and social justice belong together - Bishop Geevarghese Mor Coorilos

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03 June 2010, Edinburgh : The need to keep together evangelism and the quest for social justice was highlighted by a representative of an ecumenical mission body speaking at an international church conference in Edinburgh on 3 June. Bishop Geevarghese Mor Coorilos, from India, voiced a “growing concern that the prophetic voice [of the church] has been gradually diminishing in ecumenical circles including the World Council of Churches (WCC)”. Coorilos is the moderator of the WCC's Commission on World Mission and Evangelism. Speaking at the 2-6 June Edinburgh 2010 Conference, Coorilos said that “a false dichotomy between evangelical and ecumenical strands [of Christianity] is irrelevant”. However, he warned that “attempts at widening the ecumenical umbrella” should not dilute the “prophetic dimensions of mission”. “Passion for evangelism and quest for social justice should be held together”, he said.
Courtesy:© 2010 World Council of Churches



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