The Syro Malabar Church By Anne Wilson and SYRena Foster

  • St. Thomas came to India in 52 A.D.
  • He preach the gospel and established communities.
  • St. Thomas was martyrded after preachings in Malabar.
  • Christians of India were known as “Nazrani Mappila”
  • Head of the Chruch was called the “Metropolitan of India”.
  • St. Thomas Christians had different customs and practice
  • In 1923 the Syro-Malabar Hierarchy was established
  • Diocese of Palai was formed in 1950 and of Thalassery in 1953.
  • Syro-Malabar Church came under two Metropolitan Archbishops.

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