The beloved nephew of Rev. Fr George Mampillil MSTpassed away
Amal Kurian Chengazhasseril (17years)—the beloved nephew of Rev. Fr George Mampillil MST—passed away following a fatal fireworks accident at Aruvithura yesterday.
The funeral will take place tomorrow, Saturday, April 25, 2015, at St Mary’s Forane Church, Teekoy, in the diocese of Palai. The funeral services will start...
Mother of Rev. Fr Antony Kaithottumkal, passed away.
Mrs. Mary Mathew Kaithottumkal
(80years) - the beloved mother of Rev. Fr Antony Kaithottumkal and also the grandmother of Rev. Fr Justin Kaithottumkal -
passed away this morning at 03:30 a.m. (Thursday, April 23, 2015).
The funeral will take place...
Releasing of Santhome Bible Commentary
The releasing of the Santhom Bible Commentary by Archbishop Mar George Valiyamattom on 12th April 2015.
MST, rooted in the ecclesial (spiritual, liturgical, theological and canonical) and cultural heritage of the
Syro- Malabar Church, envisions living the values of Jesus and sharing the same with people of all faiths
and cultures, anywhere in the world, in line with mission ad gentes, for establishing a more harmonious society.
Drawing inspiration from the apostolic experience of St Thomas 'My Lord and My God' and imbibing
the values of Jesus by individual and societal ways of communion with Him, MST live and develop the
diverse dimensions of the spiritual, cultural and social heritage of St Thomas Christians and share the
Gospel values in view of transforming individuals and the society, reaching out to people of all faiths and
communities, in a spirit of friendly relations and service.
The Missionary Society of St Thomas the Apostle (MST) is a missionary venture of the Syro-Malabar Church. MST is a Society of Apostolic Life with an exclusively missionary charism, whose sole goal is to spread the Kingdom of God through witness and apostolic involvement. Drawing spiritual enthusiasm from St Thomas, the Apostle of India and her patron, MST is committed to take up missionary responsibilities anywhere in the world through collective apostolate ...