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  • Chev. Philip P J
    -DEAR FRIENDS, 1] We are in January of 2011. Yet another January and the Aluva Thrikkunnath Seminary Church and the annual festival is coming around on 26th,
    Message 1 of 8 , Jan 7, 2011
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      -DEAR FRIENDS,

      1] We are in January of 2011. Yet another January and the Aluva Thrikkunnath Seminary Church and the annual festival is coming around on 26th,

      2] The poor faithful have been treated with a series of statement wars by both the factions relating to this Church which remain closed for 34 years now,

      3] By a chance of Church History the Orthodox Church authorities are in possession of the keys= obviously handed over by Corepiscopa Jacob Mannaraprayil ,

      4] The key holders are mortally afraid to open the Church because the members of the Church residing nearby are all faithful Jacobites[ erstwhile Patriarch Faction],

      5] Burial of members of both rival faction takes place under Police protection without allowing entry of religious dignitaries of either faction. The Dead Body is not respected,

      6] Last year the church opened and religious dignitaries of both faction conducted Holy Qurbana in the Church and Doopa Prarthana at the Tombs on the basis of a Court Order. Each ordinary member of the Holy Church were happy irrespective of factionalism,

      7] Thereafter, for eleven months every one slept. No attempt to get a verdict from Court=one way or another=was attempted. Both sides were happy to keep it adjourned especially the respondents in the Appeal Suit 262 of 2003 in the High Court of Kerala,

      WHAT IS HAPPENING AT ALUVA IS THE GREATEST FARCE IN MALANKARA CHURCH HISTORY. WHEN ARE WE GOING TO REALISE THAT THIS CHURCH SHOULD BE KEPT OPENED TO FACILITATE RELIGIOUS SERVICES BY RELIGIOUS DIGNITARIES OF BOTH MALANKARA ORTHODOX CHURCH AND JACOBITE CHURCH JUST LIKE THE ONE IN KOORTHAMALA PALLY??????

      ADVOCATE P J PHILIP,
      1807
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