On Friday, September 7th, Father Jose Kulathoor will give a talk at the Studium Catholicum on the sucject of Family Prayer. Father Jose is part of the Apostolic Visitation for the Syro-Malabar faithful in Europe.
Talk on Family Prayer
Bishop Stephen Chirappanath, Apostolic Visitator for the Syro-Malabar Catholic Church in Europe, visited Finland in June.
The Syro-Malabar Catholic Church, the second-largest Eastern Catholic Church in the world with over 4.6 million members worldwide, is based in Kerala and traces its origins to the evangelistic activity of Thomas the Apostle in the 1st century.
From Friday, March 16, through Sunday, March 28, Sister Tamsin Geach OP from England was at the Studium Catholicum giving a Lenten Retreat titled Living the Beatitudes - A Lenten Reflection. Sr Tamsin has kindly agreed to share her tallks online.
Sr Tamsin's first talk is available here: The Beatitudes as imitatio Christi. You can also listen to her talk on YouTube. Sr Tamsin's second talk was on The Beatitudes as an Examination of Conscience. The audio version is here. Sr Tamsin's third talk was on The Beatitudes as a Programme for Action. The audio version of that talk is available here. The fourth and final talk was on The Beatitudes as a Pattern for Prayer. The audio version with extra material is available here.
The delegation from the Council of the Dominican Order is headed by the Vicar of the Master of the Order, Fr. Vivian Boland OP, who is Irish. The other members of the delegation are the Socius for the Apostolic Life, Fr, Orlando Rueda Acevedo OP from Colombia, and the Socius for Central & Eastern Europe, Fr. Krzysztof Poplawski OP from Poland.
Among the guests at the reception held at the Studium in honour of the visitors from Rome was the Orthodox Metropolitan of Helsinki Ambrosius.
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