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Lenten Retreat - 8th and 9th April 2017 at St Rose's Dominican College, Belfast

 

Lenten Retreat - 8th and 9th April 2017 at St Rose's Dominican College, Belfast.

The retreat will be preached by Bishop Lawrence Mukkuzhy (Bishop of Belthangady). Retreat starts at 9.30 am on Saturday 8th April 2017.

The Palm Sunday celebrations starts at 4.00 pm on Sunday 9th April at St Roses's.

 

      

           

            Youth Retreat 2017 - Belfast :-

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Welcome

Welcome to Syro Malabar Catholic Community in Northern Ireland. We are Catholics who are migrated in the early 2000’s from Kerala (India) to Northern Ireland. Ours is a community of about 600 families.  We strive to be faithful even in abroad, to the mission of Christ as proclaimed to our fore fathers by our patron St. Thomas .

Thanks to the blessings of H.E. cardinal Sean Brady, the bishops and the clergy, we are enabled to celebrate holy Qurbana in all the dioceses of Northern Ireland. Our mother church in Kerala is highly concerned about our pastoral needs which is evidenced in sending priests from Kerala. Though at nascent stage our Christian presence is very tangible here.  

 

Rev. Msgr. Dr. Antony Perumayan, National Co-ordinater Syro Malabar Ireland
Re. Fr. Joseph Karukayil, Syro Malabar Chaplin Derry Rt. Rev. Noel Trainor, Bishop of the Irish diocese of Down and Connor Rt. Rev. Sebastian Vadakkel, The Evangelization & Pastoral Care of The Migrants Rev. Fr. Paul Morely, Syro Malabar chaplin Belfast