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Posts Tagged ‘Sunday’

Malayalam Website on Pope Francis

Posted by Nelson MCBS on December 30, 2013

മലയാളത്തിൽ ആദ്യമായി മാർപാപ്പയ്ക്കൊരു വെബ്സൈറ്റ് 


Click here to go to ഫ്രാൻസിസ് പാപ്പ: Malayalam Website of Pope Francis

Biography of Pope Francis   Speeches of Pope Francis   Interviews of Pope Francis

Anecdotes of Pope Francis        Articles of Pope Francis        Quotes of Pope Francis

ലോകത്ത് ആദ്യമായിട്ടാണ് ഫ്രാന്‍സിസ് മാര്‍പാപ്പയുടെ പേരില്‍ ഒരു വെബ്‌സൈറ്റ് തുടങ്ങുന്നത്. അത് മലയാളത്തിന് സ്വന്തം.  മാര്‍പാപ്പയുടെ പ്രഭാഷണങ്ങളും പരിപാടികളും അതതു ദിവസംതന്നെ മലയാളത്തില്‍ ഈ വെബ്‌സൈറ്റില്‍ ലഭിക്കും. വെബ്‌സൈറ്റില്‍ മാര്‍പാപ്പയുടെ ജീവചരിത്രം, ചാക്രിക ലേഖനങ്ങള്‍, അപ്പോസ്‌തോലിക പ്രബോധനങ്ങള്‍, മറ്റു ഭാഷയില്‍ നല്‍കുന്ന അഭിമുഖങ്ങള്‍, പ്രസംഗങ്ങള്‍, ഹൃദയസ്പര്‍ശിയായ പ്രവര്‍ത്തനങ്ങള്‍ എന്നിവ ലഭ്യമാകും.

Marpapa Website

News: And now, Pope Francis has a website in Malayalam. Malayalam versions of the Pope’s speeches, encyclicals, discourses and messages will be uploaded on

Cardinal Mar Baselios Cleemis of the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church launched the site at the Sarvodaya School here on Sunday.

He said that Pope Francis was a gift of God to mankind. Minister of State for Human Resources Shashi Tharoor said that the current Pope will be ranked amongst the most influential figures of our times.

The website was designed by Rev Jacob Naluparayil, editor of Karunikan Publications under the Missionaries of the Blessed Sacrament.

The website will be maintained by Karunikan Publications and the Thiruvananthapuram Major Archdiocese.

Fr Bovas Mathew, Dr Jacob Naluparayil MCBS were also present at the function.


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Good News Retreat Center, Pambady, Kottayam

Posted by Nelson MCBS on September 24, 2013

About Good News Retreat Center

Good News Retreat Center at Kottayam,Pambady is set in a beautiful countryside of Kerala,India formed in 1998 and directed by Fr. Joseph Kandathiparamabil, a spirit filled vibrant priest of Herald of Good News congregation. This retreat center helps thousands of people every day to experience the love, healing and touch of Jesus Christ through spirit filled worship, prayers, talks and music.

Contact Good News Retreat Center

Good News Retreat Center

8th Mile, Velloor PO

Pambady, Kottayam

Kerala , 686 501


Fr. Joseph Kandathiparampil HGN

 PictureFr. Joseph Kandathiparampil HGN is now leading the Good News Retreat Center. Fr. Joseph is committed to spread the ‘Good News’ all over the world, and his Tapas (fasting) retreats are bestowing  tremendous changes in lives of people around the globe.

Read more about Fr. Joseph : Maranathil Ninnu Thapasinte Vazhikallil

Contact : cell 267 423 5552 (USA) | +91 944 765 4231 ( India)  + 44 75 35 86 76 88 ( UK)


Retreat Schedule of Good News Retreat Center

One Day Retreat : Every Friday 9 am to 3 Pm
Intercession Prayer : Every Day , Every Hour
Tapas ( Fasting) Retreat: Every first Friday 9:30 am to Monday 9:30 am
Weekend Retreat : Thursday after First Friday 5pm to Sunday 3pm
Inner Healing : Every Sunday after fasting retreat 5:30 pm to Thursday 3pm
Marian Love Retreat: Every first Sunday 5pm to Thursday 4pm
Healing / Sanctification Prayer: Sunday after Inner healing retreat starts 5:00 pm to Thursday 4pm.
Holy Spirit Retreat – Last Sunday 5:00  pm to Thursday 4:00 pm
Night Vigil –  Last Friday of every month 7:00 pm starts with Holy Mass till       6:00am next day ends with Holy Mass

Click here for Retreat Registration

Click here for the Official Website of Good News Retreat Center

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KCBC Youth Sunday Circular 2013

Posted by Nelson MCBS on June 14, 2013

KCBC Youth Sunday Circular 2013

Here is the Youth Sunday Circular 2013 by His Excellency Mar Joseph Pandarasseril, the Chairman of the KCBC Youth Commission. This year Church in Kerala observes 7 July 2013, the Sunday after the feast of St. Thomas, the apostle of India as the Youth Sunday.

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Consecration of Lisieux Church, Athirampuzha

Posted by Nelson MCBS on April 20, 2013

ലിസ്യു ഇടവക ദേവാലയ കൂദാശ 

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Click here for the First Eucharistic Celebration

Click here for Live Telecast

11-05-2013 (Saturday)

Time: 05.00 pm

Consecrated by: His Grace Mar Joseph Perumthottam, Archbishop of Changanassery

Public Meeting: 07.00 pm

12-05-2013 (Sunday)

First Eucharistic Celebration: 10.00 am

Chief Celebrant: His Excellency Mar Bosco Puthur, Curia Bishop of Syro-Malabar Church

Snehavirunnu: 12.30 pm

19-05-2013 (Sunday) Feast of Pentecost

Parish Day Celebrations

Lisieux Theme Song

Lisieux Invitation 01 Lisieux Invitation 02

Click here for the Photos of Cemetery Blessing

Click here for Construction Photos

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Sehion Retreat Center, Attappady

Posted by Nelson MCBS on January 8, 2013

Sehion Retreat Center, Attappady

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Sehion Retreat Center, Abhishekagni

Sehion Retreat Center, Maranatha

Sehion Retreat Center, Unarvin Kodumkattu

Sehion Radio Online

Sehion TV Online

Official Website of Sehion

Attappady is a small and beautiful hill-range, in Palakkad district in Kerala state, India, blessed with a unique natural unconscious artistry consisting of many mountains, valleys and plains. A portion of the famous Silent Valley is indeed adding grace to this hill-range, from where the beautiful river – Bhavanipuzha – originates

Sehion Retreat CenterIt is in the midst of this natural beauty, the Almighty God has been gracious enough to choose and build His Banqueting House (Song of Solomon 2 : 4)- THE SEHION RETREAT CENTRE.

Situated in this valley of calmness, in the divine lap of silence, by the river of Bhavanipuzha, exactly in the middle of Mannarkkad – Anakkatty road route, this Retreat Centre is the home of the Holy Spirit, and spreads consistent hope of blessings to many who travel from far and near.

It is the official Retreat Center of Palakkad diocese. His Excellency Mar Jacob Manathodath, the Bishop of Palakkad diocese is the Patron of this Centre, under whose powerful guidance and paternal blessings, all activities of the various ministries are prayerfully held by Sehion Retreat Centre.

Rev. Fr. Xavier Khan Vattayil is the founder-director of Sehion Retreat Centre. He is supported by Rev. Fr. Binoy Karimaruthunkal, the assistant director, and Fr. Antony Neumpurath, the joint-director. During 2002 and 2003, Rev. Fr. Augustine Vattoly was the first assistant director of the Centre. Rev. Fr. Soji Olickal served as the second assistant director of the Centre in 2004 and 2005.

Currently, along with Rev. Fr. Xavier Khan, the Retreat Centre activities and other ministries are serviced by Fr. Reni Pullukalayil, Fr. Soji Olickal, Fr. Binoy Karimaruthungal and well-supported by Bro. Sabu Kasarkode and Bro.Francis Nilambur,

The presence of God can be felt in the Retreat Centre, as the whole of the Centre is echoed with prayers and chants of praise and worship, round the clock.

Besides the services in the Centre, a dedicated team of priests and laymen used to conduct weekly retreats and conventions in several Parishes, Convents, Seminaries in major cities in Kerala and other states in India. The members of this team are graciously blessed by the Holy Spirit, and many miracles happen while they preach and spread the Word of God. Besides the crowds from within India, that are gathering to the periodical services of the team, led by Rev. Fr. Xavier Khan Vattayil, many a gathering from abroad are attracted to the divine eloquence of Rev. Fr. Xavier Khan, evidencing the healing and redemption witnessed by the multitude present in each convention. A dedicated back-end team of councilors, intercession groups and a choir who are so blessed by the Holy Spirit add grace to the continuing preaching errands of the director of the Centre, Rev. Fr. Xavier Khan Vattayil.

Sehion Retreat Centre has commenced telecast of its services through various reputed television channels.

Since April 2005, ‘ABHISHEKAGNI’ program led by Rev. Fr. Xavier Khan Vattayil is being telecast via Shalom Television channel, on all Sundays, at 8.30 pm. Re-telecast of this program can be viewed on all Fridays at 11.00am, and for the viewers in Gulf region, it is re-telecast on all Saturdays at 1.30am IST.

Through Jeevan Television channel, the program, ‘MARANATHA’ is being telecast on all Saturdays at 6.00am, since April 2007.

Preparations are continuing for the commencement of telecast of a new program via Divine Vision channel, details of which will be communicated, shortly.

A special blessing from the Most High has been received, whereby the Retreat Centre has commenced ‘Live’ relay of first Friday services which take place at the Sehion Retreat Centre, Attappady, at 11.30am, exclusively for the viewers in the whole of Attappady area, through Moon T.V., a local cable T.V. channel.

A Spiritual dream which the whole teams of Sehion Ministries dream of, will come true soon.

Our confidence in our God impresses us to wait for the day when the Sehion Retreat Centre will commence its own Television Channel for the glory of God, to endlessly spread the Word of God, round the clock, round the globe!

“O Mother Mary my family is in deep distress, great sorrow and affliction. Please intercede for us before Your Son, our Lord Amen.”

Contact Sehion Retreat Center, Thavalam, Attappady

Sehion Ministries

Sehion Retreat Center
Thavalom P.O.
Attappady, Palakkad,
Kerala India
Pin : 678 582
Ph : 0091 4924 253333, 253647
mail :
Maranatha Media Center
Sanjoe Towers
Opp K.S.R.T.C
Shornur Road
Palakkad – 14
Kerala, India
ph : 0091 491 2504290
mail :
Sehion Television
Sanjoe Towers
Opp K.S.R.T.C
Shornur Road
Palakkad – 14
Kerala, India
ph : 0091 491 2504090
mail :
Abhishekagni Centre
Thavalom P.O.
Attappady, Palakkad,
Kerala India
Pin : 678 582
Ph : 0091 9447138314
mail :
Sehion Ministries
Thavalom P.O.
Attappady, Palakkad,
Kerala India
Pin : 678 582
Ph : 0091 9447138300
mail :

Contact Numbers

Sehion Retreat Centre
Administrator’s Office 04924 327709
Joint Director 04924 327708
Finance Office 04924 253274
Booking Office 04924 327710
Sehion Television Ministry
Office 0491 2504090
Joint Administrator (Br.Sabu) 09447924020
Maranatha Media Centre
Office 0491 2504290
Administrator (Br.Reji) 09745000701
Maranatha(Residence) 0491 2501089
Elshaddai Mobile Book Stall
Office 09287219100
Administrator(Br.Jinob George) 09947431340
Abhishekagni Centre
Office 09446004314
Joint Director(Rev.Fr.Francis Thotankara) 09744031350
Sehion Town Ministry
Administrator (Br.Simon) 09495451271
Intercession Ministry
Office 04924 204300
Administrator (Br.Manuel) 09539433668
Home Land Ministry
Administrator(Br.Papachan) 09745000741
Ebenezer Creation
Administrator(Br.Jinto) 09847199124
Sehion Ministries UK
Director (Rev.Fr.Soji Olickal) 00447727260575
Sehion Ministries USA
Administrator (Br.Johnson Nilambur) 0012145979784
Sehion Ministries for Youth & Children
Director (Rev.Fr.Reny Pullukalayil) 09745000731
Abhishekagni Camera Unit
Administrator (Br.Joseph) 09745000733
Sehion Ministries Central Office
Director (Rev.Fr.Xavier Khan Vattayil) 09745000740
Joint Director (Rev.Fr.Francis Thottankara) 09744961350
Sehion Ministries Office 09447138300

How To Reach Sehion

By Bus :

From Mannarkkad, a town in Palakkad – Calicut route, catch the bus to Annakkatty and board at Thavalam, infront of Sehion Retreat Center.

By Train :

Trains are available upto Palakkad Jn (Olavakkode) or Shornur Jn. Catch the bus to Mannarkad and follow the Bus Route

By Air :

From Cochin International Airport (Nedumbassery), Catch bus or train to Palakkad (NH 47) and follow the Bus route above

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Lay Catechists in the Syro-Malabar Church

Posted by Nelson MCBS on August 16, 2012

Lay Catechists in the Syro-Malabar Church

Dr Antony Nariculam

The Church or the ecclesial community is the basic agent of catechesis. Besides the Church as a whole, all the members of the Christian community are called to share in this ministry by being witnesses to the faith in a special way. Together with priests, religious and parents, a good number of lay catechists are also rendering valuable whole hearted service in the field of catechesis in the Syro-Malabar Church. The Church considers their service with great respect and recognizes them as special ministers of the community. The vocation of the laity to catechetical ministry springs from the sacrament of baptism, and they are strengthened and sent for the same by the sacrament of confirmation (GDC 231). Through these sacraments, they participate in the prophetic, priestly, and kingly ministries of Christ. According to St. Paul, the Lord has established different ministries in the Church. All the ministries in the Church are for the building up the body of Christ (Eph. 4:11-13). Therefore, by their valuable service lay catechists are actually participating in the building up of the Church. In the early times of the Church, faith was handed down from one generation to the next mainly through community and family centred catechesis and by means of liturgical celebrations, catechetical instructions, and customary practices. Catechetical instruction was given to adults along with the liturgical celebrations, while children were given special instructions either before or after Holy Mass and this was done by the parish priest himself. They were asked to recite and memorize the basic prayers of the Church. Among the liturgical celebrations, the celebration of feasts also played an important role in the transmission of faith. Feasts were celebrated at community and family level. The instruction on the importance of the celebration of the feasts was given by the parents. Therefore the term catechist or lay catechist was not familiar among the St. Thomas Christians at this period. After the arrival of the Western missionaries, the catechetical system of the St. Thomas Christians began to develop into a formal and systematic one. The informal way of handing down the faith was changed to a formal and systematic one, and the liturgy centred catechesis was changed to an instruction oriented one. From then onwards the demands for catechists rose in the Syro-Malabar Church.

Actually it was St. Francis Xavier who introduced the term lay catechist in India for the first time. One of the greatest catechetical contributions of Francis Xavier to the Church in India was the institution of the lay catechist, as a helper of the missionaries. In fact, it was about this time that the qualification “lay” was applied to the “catechist”. The training of the local catechists was one of his main concerns wherever he went. The absence of expected missionary reinforcements, led Francis Xavier to organize an institution of catechists to care for the small, scattered Christian communities. These catechists were an invaluable help. He was very conscious about their training and gave them all the necessary religious instructions. With a view to uniformity in catechetical method, Francis Xavier published the “Instructio pro Catechesis” (1545), in which he described his method of teaching the catechism and gave it as a rule to his helpers. Thus the role of lay catechists was officially inaugurated in the ministry of catechesis in India. We have already seen that St. Francis Xavier had a close contact with the St. Thomas Christians and his missionary activities had an influence on them. Therefore there may also have been lay catechists among the St. Thomas Christians. But unfortunately there is no historical evidence available pointing to the service of the lay catechists adopted in the ministry of catechesis in the Syro-Malabar Church till the beginning of the 20th century. This was a new adaptation in the ministry of catechesis in Syro-Malabar Church. Therefore this may not have had much influence among the St. Thomas Christians. “Syro-Malabar Church can boast of having one of the best catechetical systems in the entire Catholic world. Organized efforts for the catechesis of children are made in all the parishes of the Church.” As we have seen earlier, attached to every parish there is a school to give catechetical formation to the students. This school functions on Sundays.  “Among the St. Thomas Christians the term “Catechist” is understood in its narrow sense-the religion teachers of Sunday school. Therefore they are usually called Sunday School Teachers”. The role of the catechist in the Syro-Malabar Church is to give formation to the students in this school. They are a group of unpaid teachers, with or without formal systematic training. In the KCBC meeting of January 11, 1968 there was a discussion regarding the lay catechists. The main suggestions raised in the discussion were regarding the salary of the catechists and their basic training. This was the first Church level discussion conducted in Kerala regarding the catechists. The suggestion regarding the salary was never materialized, and now catechists render their services voluntarily to the community. From this discussion onwards the Kerala Church began to think about the formation of her catechists.

Formation of Lay Catechists in the Syro-Malabar Church

Catechists in the Syro-Malabar Church are usually selected by the parish priests. They are to be from practicing Catholic families, and must have a good reputation in the parish community. For their selection the common criterion followed is whether they are practicing their faith than their theological studies. Most of the catechists come from good families. So they are people who experience the life of faith in their families. This does not mean that they do not need any formation for their catechetical ministry. In former days they were given sufficient training by the parish priests themselves or experts were arranged to come to the parish church to give the necessary guidance to the selected candidates for the ministry. Later it becomes the shared duty of the diocesan catechetical director and the parish priests. The parish priests would ask the diocesan director to send persons to train the catechists. Later catechetical formation centres and animation teams came into existence in almost all the dioceses. After the establishment of the POC, the training of the catechists has taken on a new shape. Courses are offered to make the catechists competent for their catechetical ministry. Appreciating the progress in Kerala, Fr. D. S. Amalorpavadass, the pioneer of the Indian Catechetical movement, said: “It is no flattery to say that a miracle is happening in Kerala. The Church has started moving resolutely towards a radical renewal of Christian life in the region”. One of the decisions of the All Kerala Catechetical Meeting of 1968 was that “the best scholars available in the dioceses and religious congregations should be secured to staff the POC”. Thus POC offers a one year course in scripture, theology, philosophy, liturgy, catechetics, sociology…etc. Media education programmes and various psychological training programmes are also conducted here. As we have seen earlier the Kerala Church is somewhat unique. Here there are three particular individual Churches. Hence there was criticism that in the training programme of the POC, there was no stress on the heritage, liturgy and spirituality of any of the particular Churches of Kerala. Though the idea of the pioneers was to have a common training institute for all the three Churches in Kerala, some bishops later did not show interest in sending their students to the POC. Gradually the formation of catechists became more of a diocesan affair. At present all the dioceses have well equipped catechetical centres with trained resource teams, under the guidance of a diocesan director. These centres organize two types of training programmes for catechists, basic training programmes and ongoing formation programmes. The ‘Basic Catechetical Teachers Course’ (BCTC) or ‘Catechist Training Programme’ (CTP) is mainly intended for beginners. Ongoing formation is given with the intention of helping the catechists to meet the day to day needs in their catechetical ministry.

It is true that to a certain extent the above said BCTC and CTP programmes help the catechists to get formation in the ministry of catechesis at the diocesan level. But there is no organized system or programme for their formation for the whole Church. The result is that some of these catechists are not so much capable of explaining the catechism and also the faith formation of the growing generation. The recently published catechetical directory of the Syro-Malabar Church, ‘Call and Response’, also points to the importance of the basic formation of catechists in the Church. Though the structure of the synodal commission for catechesis is formed, its functioning is not yet started.

Issues and Challenges Regarding the Formation of Lay Catechists in the Syro-Malabar Church Today

Everybody agrees that it is important to give at least a basic formation to the catechists either before one is appointed as a catechist or in the first year of service. But it is not an easy task to give sufficient training to them. Here, I will try to mention some issues and challenges regarding the formation of the lay catechists in the Syro-Malabar Church in Kerala. I have had an opportunity to work as a forane/regional catechetical director for two years. During this period I tried to conduct some kind of training programmes for the catechists. On the basis of that experience and also the contact with various diocesan directors we are drafting the existing challenges in the formation of lay catechists.

1. Economic problems:

It is not an easy task to raise funds for the training of the catechists. Catechists may not have interest to paying for their training programmesbecause after this training they are to give voluntary service for the community.

2. Non-availability of time:

In the Syro-Malabar Church there are no full-time catechists. They are occupied with their own job and other duties. Therefore it is not an easy task to find time for their formation.

3. Disinterest on the part of some trainees:

In the Syro-Malabar Church in Kerala all the catechists are giving voluntary service. Therefore they may not have any interest to participate the training programmes. Moreover, they are not so much conscious of the importance of this formation in their ministry.

4. Disinterest on the part of some Parish priests:

Though not all, there are a few Parish priests consider these training programmes useless. They think that the catechists are teaching the children and they have more knowledge than the children; therefore a special training programme is not so important. Hence, to a certain extent disinterest on the part of the parish priests is also a problem for this training programme.

5. Disinterest of the parish community:

To a certain extent it is true that the parish community is also not fully serious about the catechetical ministry and the training of their Catechists.

6. Diversity within the group of the catechists itself:

Sometimes there is much diversity among the catechists themselves in the same parish, regarding the intellectual abilities, education standards, age level, social status, etc. Because of this diversity some of them are not so interested to participating with others in the training programmes. It is not an easy task to conduct training programmes for the catechists as in the case of secular teachers.

7. Non availability of resource persons:

It is not an easy task to find well educated resource persons to conduct training programmes in every region.

8. Motivation:

All the catechists are not really motivated for this ministry. Some are coming with some prior ambitions.

9. Lack of a systematic approach:

It is true that to a certain extent there are different kinds of training programmes for the lay catechists in almost all the dioceses. But most of them are not well organized. So, after attending these training programmes the participants may not be happy. Therefore the parish priests may not show any interest in sending others to attend these training programmes.

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ഞായറാഴ്ച പ്രസംഗങ്ങള്‍: Sunday Homilies / Sunday Sermons: Malayalam, English

Posted by Nelson MCBS on June 23, 2012

സീറോ മലബാര്‍ പ്രസംഗങ്ങള്‍ മലയാളത്തില്‍

Sunday Homilies in Malayalam (Syro-Malabar Rite)

ലൈഫ് ഡേ ഓൺലൈൻ 

അൽമായ വചനഭാഷ്യം

വചനനാളം – ദീപനാളം, പാലാ രൂപത

സണ്‍‌ഡേ പുൾപിറ്റ് – പാലക്കാട് രൂപത

ഹോമിലിറ്റിക്കോസ് – ഇരിങ്ങാലക്കുട രൂപത

ഇന്റർനെറ്റ്‌ മിഷൻ, സീറോ മലബാർ സഭ

വചനവേദി, സീറോമലബാർ കാറ്റകേസിസ് 

വചനദൂത് – എം. സി. ബി. എസ്.

വചനബോധി – കാരുണികൻ 

ദേവമാതാ പ്രോവിൻസ്, സി. എം. ഐ.

മംഗലപ്പുഴ സെമിനാരി, ആലുവ

ഗുഡ് ഷെപ്പേഡ് സെമിനാരി, കുന്നോത്ത്

എറണാകുളം-അങ്കമാലി അതിരൂപത

ഇടുക്കി രൂപത 

ഇരിങ്ങാലക്കുട രൂപത

Homily Collections

PDF Collection

Audio Collection

Video Collection

Reference Sources

ഫ്രാൻസിസ് പാപ്പ: Malayalam Site of Pope Francis

Messages from Pope Francis (Video Clips)

Homilies for Feast Days


മലങ്കര പ്രസംഗങ്ങള്‍ മലയാളത്തില്‍

Sunday Homilies in Malayalam (Malankara)

ലൈഫ് ഡേ ഓൺലൈൻ 

MCBS Karunikan

Syro-Malankara Catholic Church


ലത്തീന്‍ പ്രസംഗങ്ങള്‍ മലയാളത്തില്‍

Sunday Homilies in Malayalam (Latin)

ലൈഫ് ഡേ ഓൺലൈൻ 

MCBS Karunikan

Diocese of Neyyattinkara


Hindi Homilies / ഹിന്ദി പ്രസംഗങ്ങൾ / हिंदी धर्मगीत

Navachethana Hindi Homily


Sunday Homilies in English (Latin)

Latin English Homilies (Video)

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