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  S. No. - 71 

Bishop Mar Chandy Parambil -1687 article by Bp. Gregory Karotemprel CMI

 Resource Code : CMS-008-211 Bishop Mar Chandy Parambil -1687 article by Bp. Gregory Karotemprel CMI

Mar Chandy Parambil of Kuravilangad is the first native of Malabar to become bishop of the St. Thomas Christians. We do not have much information about his early life. Mar Chandy belonged to the Parambil family at Kuravilangad. One Kuriakose Parambil married into Kudukkassery family. The son born to the couple later became the bishop Chandy. He was born in Muttuchira. As a priest, he was the Vicar of Kuravilangad parish. Mar Chandy died in 1687 and was buried at Kuravilangad. It is believed St. Thomas ordained bishops and priests for the communities he established in India. But we do not have any historical record regarding the immediate successor of St. Thomas who ruled us. From 4th century bishops from Persian Church came and ruled us. ....... More

  S. No. - 70  

The Syriac Heritage of the Syro-Malabar Church article by Dr Joseph Palackal

 Resource Code : CMS-008-210 The Syriac Heritage of the Syro-Malabar Church article by Dr Joseph Palackal .

The Syriac heritage of the Syro Malabar Church is an integral part of the cultural treasures of India and the world. The Syro Malabar Church (about 4 million members) is the largest among the eight churches of the St. Thomas Christians, who were evangelized by the missionary endeavors of the Aramaic-speaking Apostle Thomas. From early on, the Aramaic (Syriac) language and music played a significant role in the experience of the Christian faith in India. In spite of the challenges from Portuguese missionaries in the sixteenth century, the Syro Malabar Christians zealously cherished and preserved the Syriac tradition. In the following centuries, they also adopted many liturgical practices from the Roman rite by translating the respective Latin texts into Syriac, and composing them anew in Kerala, thereby adding another layer to the already vast Syriac chant repertory. .................. More

  S. No. - 69  

Journal of St. Thomas Christians

Resource Code: 008-209 Journal of St. Thomas Christians

The modern fickle world is constantly moving towards 'inventions of attraction'. Experts of all walks of life are experimenting to inven things and ideas that please the modern world. One can find drastic changes in science and technology, politics, education, business and management, etc., within a few decades. These changes have obviously helped the human family in various ways, especially to have a better living; however, 'the inventions of attraction' have also caused damages to societies, cultures and world at large. ............... More

  S. No. - 68  

Syriac Language Studies at Sacred Heart College, Thevara

Ref. Code : 008-208 Syriac Language Studies at Sacred Heart College, Thevara 

  S. No. - 67  

Guide to Syriac Transliteration Prepared by Dr. Joseph J. Palackal

Ref. Code : 008-206  Guide to Syriac Transliteration Prepared by  Dr. Joseph J. Palackal

  S. No. - 66  

Importance of Syriac Language - Mar Joseph Kallarangattu speaks

Ref. Code : CMS-008-204 Importance of Syriac Language - Mar Joseph Kallarangattu speaks

  S. No. - 65  

Wedding Ritual in the Assyrian Church of the East

Ref. Code : 008-203 Wedding Ritual in the Assyrian Church of the East

  S. No. - 64  

Ramsa Syriac Booklet

Ref. Code : 008-200 Ramsa Syriac Booklet 

  S. No. - 63  

Taksa by Fr. Placid J. Podipara

Ref. Code : 008-197 Taksa by Fr. Placid J. Podipara 

  S. No. - 62  

Communication between Dr. Zacharias Thundy and Dr. Joseph J. Palackal on YAH

Ref. Code : 008-180 Communication between Dr. Zacharias Thundy and Dr. Joseph J. Palackal on YAH 

  S. No. - 61  

The Order of the Mass-According to the Chaldean Church of the East

Ref. Code : 008-191 The Order of the Mass-According to the Chaldean Church of the East 

  S. No. - 60  

The Aramaic languages by Father Yakup Aydin

Ref. Code : 008-172 The Aramaic languages by Father Yakup Aydin

  S. No. - 59  

Dixon weds Nivya - Wedding Invitation Card

Ref. Code : 008-171 Wedding Invitation Card (Dixon weds Nivya) with Biblical quotes in Syriac

  S. No. - 58  

Guide to Syriac Transliteration

Ref. Code : 008-206

Guide to Syriac Transliteration

The sound of the Syriac language has taken a life of its own in Kerala. There are several Phonetic peculiarities among the various Syriac Churches of the St. Thomas Christians. For example, instead of doubling dalaṯ , the Syro Malabar Catholics add a nasal sound. Thus Qaddīšā is pronounced as Qandīšā. The finer distinction among Zayn, semakaṯ and sādē are not discernible

  S. No. - 57  

North American Story of Bilingual Qurbana by Dr. Joseph J. Palackal

Ref. Code : 008-169 

Reclaiming Syriac Chants to Reaffirm Identity: An American Story

The Syriac heritage of the Syro Malabar Church is an essential component of the cultural fabric of India. The St. Thomas Christians had the privilege of receiving the faith directly from the Aramaic-speaking Apostle Thomas. Probably, the early converts learned the original version of the Lord’s Prayer, which, in effect, is the entire Gospel in a nutshell, in the Galilean Aramaic from the Apostle. The exuberant outburst of the Apostle --- Mār walāh (“My Lord and my God”)

  S. No. - 56  

Solemn High mass of Syro Malabar Church in Syriac

Ref. Code : 008-091 

സീറോ മലബാർ സഭയുടെ ആഘോഷമായ പാട്ടുകുർബാന
സുറിയാനി ഭാഷയിൽ

വിശ്വാസപരിശീലന കേന്ദ്രം
പാലാ രൂപത

Solemn High Mass of Syro Malabar Church in Syriac
By
VishwasaParishilana Kendra, Archdiocese of Pala

  S. No. - 55  

An Introduction to Malayalam Karshon by Koonammakkal Thoma Kathanar

Ref. Code : 008-113  

An Introduction to Malayalam Karshon
by
Koonammakkal Thoma Kathanar

  S. No. - 54  

THUMSA Marichavarkku Vendiyulla Shusrushakal 1954

Ref. Code : 008-108  THUMSA Marichavarkku Vendiyulla Shusrushakal 1954

  S. No. - 53  

Syro-Chaldaic (Aramaic) Grammar

Ref. Code : 008-121 SYRO-CHALDAIC  (Aramaic)  Grammar

  S. No. - 52  

Taksa d' Koodasha 1905

Ref. Code : 008-109 Taksa d' Koodasha 1905

  S. No. - 51  

A BRIEF OUTLINE OF SYRIAC LITERATURE

Ref. Code : 008-106  A BRIEF OUTLINE OF SYRIAC LITERATURE

  S. No. - 50  

ORDO CHALDAICUS RITUUM ET LECTIONUM JUXTA MOREM ECCLESIAE MALABARICA

Ref. Code : 008-105  ORDO CHALDAICUS RITUUM ET LECTIONUM JUXTA MOREM ECCLESIAE MALABARICA

  S. No. - 49  

DIVINE LITURGY According to Syro Malabar Rite

Ref. Code : 008-103 DIVINE LITURGY According to Syro the Malabar Rite

  S. No. - 48  

ELEMENTS OF SYRO-MALABAR HISTORY

Ref. Code : 008-101 ELEMENTS OF SYRO-MALABAR HISTORY

  S. No. - 47  

Chaldean Language Elementary Course

Ref. Code : 008-100 Chaldean Language Elementary Course 

  S. No. - 46  

BIBLIOTHEQUE SYRO CHALDEENNE

Ref. Code : 008-099 BIBLIOTHEQUE SYRO CHALDEENNE 

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