Bishops Screening Committee(IO Church)
- The IO Church screening committee finally chose ten people to contest for the final Malankara association election at Pampakuda. This church was directly and indirectly trying to destabilize our church through decades. Now the leaders of that faction are out of the picture, including Dr. MO John. Now this is our turn; during the time of H.H visit, we have to gather the dissatisfieds from that faction and ordain them as bishops and send them to their own dioceses (not ours). Let them go their and do the art work there, which they are doing against us through decades.
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- Dear moderators
I fully agree with Mr. Mathew's suggestion. When we see the Church
history, all the time they tried hard to destabilize our church. But
Almighty safe guarded our Church and day-by-day the Church is
Our Bava must act now, there are lot of faithful being denied the
basic rights in that Church. As per the constitution of that church,
at this stage, only His Holiness The Patriarch can help them through
our beloved Catholicose.
His Beatitude must act now by ordaining enough priests and bishops
for the faithful of that church, same as few months back His Beatitude
ordained a deacon from one of their dayara, as per their request.I am
attaching the paper clippings of that news from one of their
magazine, named "Thadevoes".
I hope our moderators will publish these clippings for the sake of
poor souls of that church.
Issac K Joseph
From the desk of moderators
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--- In SOCM-FORUM@yahoogroups.com, Mathew wrote:
> The IO Church screening committee finally chose ten people to
contest for the final Malankara association election at Pampakuda.