Syriac Orthodox Patriarchal Delegates of India

Syriac Orthodox Patriarchal Delegates of India or the Syriac Orthodox Patriarchal delegate to the India (for the Jacobite Syrian Christian Church) is the representative of the patriarch of the Syriac Orthodox Church, who is sent to India to guide and administer the church, or on special occasions, as the representative of the Holy See of Antioch.[1]

List of delegatesEdit

  1. Ignatius Ahatullah (1653; Portuguese had drowned him in Cochin harbour before the ships even left for Goa)[2][1][3]
  2. Gregorios Abdal Jaleel (1665-1681)[4][5][6]
    ▪ entombed at St. Thomas Jacobite Syrian Church, North Paravur
  3. Anthroyos (1678-1692)[7][8][1]
    ▪ entombed at Kallada St. Mary's Church
  4. Baselios Yeldo Maphrian of the East (1685)[9][1][10]
    ▪ entombed at St. Thomas Church, Kothamangalam
  5. Ivanios Hidayathullah (1685-1694)[11][12][1]
    ▪ entombed at Mulanthuruthy Church
  6. Ivanios II (1751)[1]
  7. Baselios Sakralla Maphrian of the East (1751-1764)[13][1][14]
    ▪ entombed at Kandanad St. Mary's Church
  8. Gregorios Yuhanon (1751-1773)[15][16][1]
    ▪ entombed at Mulanthuruthy Church
  9. Ivanios Yuhanon (1751-1794)[17][1]
    ▪ entombed at Old Syrian Church, Chengannur
  10. Dioscorus (1806-1808; Deported by British Government)[1]
  11. Athanasius Abdul Messiah (1825; Deported by British Government)[1]
  12. Kurillos Yuyakkim (1846-1874)[18][1][19]
    ▪ entombed at Mulanthuruthy Church
  13. Athanasius Stephanos (1849-1852)[20][1]
  14. Gregorios Abded 'Aloho (Later Ignatius Abded Aloho II Patriarch of Antioch) (1875-1876)[1]
  15. Athanasius Shemvun (1849-1889)[21][1][22]
    ▪ entombed at Mor Barsaumo church(Kottayam Puthenpally, Kottayam)[23]
  16. Osthatheos Sleeba (1881-1930)[24][25][1][26]
    ▪ entombed at Kunnamkulam Simhasana Church[27]
  17. Yulios Elias (1923-1962)[28][1][29][30]
    ▪ entombed at St. Ignatius Monastery Manjinikkara
  18. Abded Ahodod Ramban (Later Ignatius Jacob III Patriarch of Antioch) (1933-1980)[1]
    ▪ entombed at St. George's Patriarchal Cathedral, Damascus, Syria
  19. Aphrem Paulose Ramban (-1964)[1]
  20. Aphrem Aboodi Ramban (1964-1977) (Later Themotheos Aphrem Aboodi Metropolitan of Canada)[1][31]

Patriarchal Delegates in Special OccasionsEdit

The Patriarchal Delegates of the Syriac Orthodox Church visit on special occasions of the Jacobite Syrian Christian Church to participate as representative of the Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch. Every year, the Syriac Orthodox Patriarchal Delegates participate in Manjanikkara Church Feast.[32][33]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t "Delegates from the Holy See of Antioch who came to the Church in Malabar since 16th century". www.syriacchristianity.info.
  2. ^ K Mani Rajan (2017). Holy Fathers of The Syrian Orient Entombed in Kerala (PDF). JSC Publications. pp. 1–3.
  3. ^ N. M. Mathew (2003). St. Thomas Christians of Malabar Through Ages. Christava Sahitya Samithy. p. 95.
  4. ^ Journal of Indian History. Department of Modern Indian History. 1971. p. 265.
  5. ^ "St. Gregorios AbdalJaleel". www.syriacchristianity.info.
  6. ^ K Mani Rajan (2017), pp. 4–6.
  7. ^ K Mani Rajan (2017), pp. 11–13.
  8. ^ M. A. Thomas (B.L.) (1977). An Outline History of Christian Churches and Denominations in Kerala. University of Michigan. p. 36.
  9. ^ "St. Baselios Yeldo". www.syriacchristianity.info.
  10. ^ K Mani Rajan (2017), pp. 7–10.
  11. ^ K Mani Rajan (2017), pp. 14–17.
  12. ^ "Marthoman Church". www.syriacchristianity.info.
  13. ^ "Maphryano Mor Baselios Sakralla". www.syriacchristianity.info.
  14. ^ K Mani Rajan (2017), pp. 18–21.
  15. ^ K Mani Rajan (2017), pp. 22–24.
  16. ^ Ernst Bremer, Susanne Röhl (2006). Language of Religion, Language of the People. University of Virginia. pp. 412–428.
  17. ^ K Mani Rajan (2017), pp. 25–27.
  18. ^ K Mani Rajan (2017), pp. 28–32.
  19. ^ "St. Koorilos Yuyakim". www.syriacchristianity.info.
  20. ^ K Mani Rajan (2017), pp. 30–31.
  21. ^ K Mani Rajan (2017), pp. 33–34.
  22. ^ "Mor Athanasius Shemvun". www.syriacchristianity.info.
  23. ^ Kottayam Puthenpally
  24. ^ Oriens Christianus. Harrassowitz Verlag. p. 100.
  25. ^ K Mani Rajan (2017), pp. 35–40.
  26. ^ "Arthat Kunnamkulam St. Mary's Simhasana Church". www.syriacchristianity.info.
  27. ^ "Arthat St. Mary's Simhasana Church". www.syriacchristianity.info.
  28. ^ Ke. Eṃ Tarakan (1988). Portrait of K.C. Mammen Mappillai. Malayala Manorama. pp. 123–124.
  29. ^ K Mani Rajan (2017), pp. 47–50.
  30. ^ "Mor Yulios Elias Qoro". www.syriacchristianity.info.
  31. ^ "His Eminence Mor Timotheos Ephrem Aboodi laid to eternal rest". www.soc-wus.org/.
  32. ^ Patriarchal Delegates in 2014
  33. ^ Manjanikkara church festival to begin on February 2