Interviews and Performances - Video List
No. 340 to 331
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Malpan Mathew Vellanickal: Syriac scholar, author, administrator, and musician
Aramaic Project, tenth-anniversary edition.
IT ALL STARTED HERE A DECADE AGO. BILINGUAL QURBANA in Washington, D.C
Unofficial inauguration of bilingual (English/Syriac) Qurbana at the National Shrine in Washington, D.C. on 7 September 2013. Celebrant: Major Archbishop George Cardinal Alenecherry.
ARAMAIC PROJECT - The Vision & Mission of Dr. JOSEPH J. PALACKAL, CMI
JOSE K GEORGE member of Syro Malabar Church in conversation with Weam Noumi, spokesperson of Chaldean Cultural Center, USA on Aramaic Project.
Dr. VARGHESE PATHIKULANGARA CMI | On the Greatness of Our Eastern Liturgy- Life Journey Part IV
This is the fourth part of a long interview with a great priest and a faithful son of the Syro Malabar Church. Fr. Varghese Pathikulangara, CMI, dedicated his life to studying the Syro Malabar liturgy.
St Thomas Anthem in male choral voices at Vadavathoor Seminary.
Here is a rare opportunity to listen to St. Thomas chant in the male choral voice of the seminarians at Paurastya Vidya Pitham. The seminarians learned the melody in one hearing and gladly sang it enthusiastically;
Syriac QURBANA| Newly ordained priest celebrates Syriac Qurbana at Vadavathoor
The uniqueness of this video is in the celebrant: Fr. Thomas Urumbithadathil, who celebrated a solemn Qurbana in Syriac merely six months after his priestly ordination.
'Mshabheenan' a prospective anthem for the St. Thomas Christians by MOC
Fr. Joseph J. Palackal, CMI made the melodic design and we hear the song in the voice of Br. Joby Vadayattukuzhy, CMI. St. Thomas Forane Church, under the leadership of Fr. Cyriac Madathil and with the assistance of Br. Thomas Kapil, CMI, and Mr. Joju George took care of the production.
Awūn d’waśmayyā sung by the student-nuns at MOC, Kottayam, Kerala
The Lord's prayer in Aramaic. Sung by the student-nuns at Missionary Orientation Centre at Manganam, Kottayam, Kerala.
Bilingual Chant QAMBEL MARAN at the tomb of Saintly Palackal Thoma Malpan
Bilingual Chant ( Syriac- Malayalam) recital of: Qamberl Māran, ܩܲܒܸܠ ܡܵܪܲܢ കമ്പെൽ മാറൻ (Receive O our Lord) by Fr. Joseph J. Palackal, CMI at the tomb of Saintly Palackal Thoma Malpan at St. Mary's Forane Church, Pallippuram. 29.07.2023
St. Thomas Chant by The CMI Novices, Christ the King Monastery, Karukutty
This is the translation of the Latin Chant, Ecca lignum crucis ( Behold the Wood of Cross), for the veneration of the Cross on Good Friday.