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Paulose Mor Koorilose To Be Canonised

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  • Thomas Daniel
    The late Malankara Metropolitan Paulose Mor Koorilos will be canonised as Saint by the Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church. The Synod convened at Karingachira
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 26, 2004
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      The late Malankara Metropolitan Paulose Mor Koorilos will be
      canonised as Saint
      by the Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church. The Synod convened at
      Karingachira
      Church in the presence of the Patriarch H.H. Ignatius Zakka I Iwas,
      ordered to
      start the process for this declaration.

      The declaration is based on the believers' witnessing of the miracles
      happened
      through the intercession of Mor Coorilos, who is entombed in
      Panampadi Martha
      Mariam Church. A special commission will study the witnesses and will
      give a
      report to the Episcopal Synod, who in turn will finally decide on the
      declaration.

      Mor Koorilos, who born on 20th Vrichikam 1852, as the son of
      Mulanthuruthy
      Kandanad Thozhuppadan Kochuparambil Thomas, received his ordination
      as a deacon at the age of nine, from the then Antiochian
      representative Mor Euyakim
      Koorilos. He continued his syriac education under the Malpans
      Pallithitta
      Geevarghese Kathanar and Koonappillil Geevarghese Kathanar.

      Becoming a priest at the age of 16, his first Holy Qurbano was
      celebrated at the
      Kandanad Church. He became a Ramban at the age of 25 and given charge
      of the Vettikkal Dayara. He traveled to the Holy Lands along with
      Parumala Kochu
      Thirumeni and after his return, joined at the Old Seminary at
      Kottayam, when he
      was deputed to oversee the construction of Trivandrum St.George
      Church, by the then Malankara Metropolitan.

      On 31st May 1908, Ramban Paulose was ordained as Bishop Paulose Mor
      Coorilose, along with Vattasseril Geevarghese Malapan, at Sehion
      malika in Jerusalem by the then Patriarch Abdoloho (Abdulla II). He
      continued the Church service along with the Late Michael Dionasius
      Metropolitan.

      Mor Koorilose was commented for his simplicity and meekness as well
      as for his
      observance of lent, prayer and holding the true belief of the Syrian
      Church. In
      1911, Mor Koorilos was selected as the Malankara Metropolitan at the
      Jacobite
      Association held at Aluva Thrukkunnathu Seminary, which was presided
      by the then Patriarch Abdoloho. On 14th December 1917, Mor Koorilose
      went to his heavenly abode and was entombed at Panampadi Church at
      Kottayam.

      For biography & photos
      http://groups.msn.com/StGeorgeSyrianOrthodoxChurchCheppaud/morkoorilos
      epaulose.m\
      snw
      http://sor.cua.edu/Personage/Malankara/MKoorilosPKochuparambil.html

      In His Love
      Thomas Daniel (Reji)
      St. George Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church
      Cheppaud, Alleppy Dist, Kerala, India.
      http://ApostolicVisit.cjb.net or http://ApostolicVisit2004.cjb.net
      http://groups.msn.com/StGeorgeSyrianOrthodoxChurchCheppaud
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