Moran Mar Baselios

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Indian Orthodox Church - Pilgrim Sites - Tomb Churches
... Links St.Peter's St.Paul's Orthodox Church, Parumala Parumala Pally Tomb of Gheevarghese Mar Gregorios Orthodox Pazhaya Seminary Chapel, Kottayam Pazhaya Seminary Tomb of ... Church, Niranam Niranam Valiya Pally Tomb of Mar Thoma II, Mar Thoma V Mar Kuriakkose Dayara, Pampady Pampady Dayara Tomb of Kuriakkose Mar Gregorios ... Marys Orthodox Church, Panaji, Goa Relics of Alvares Mar Julius St ...
Uilleam, Earl Of Mar
... Uilleam of Mar, or Uilleam mac Dhonnchaidh (Anglicized William, Duncan's son), was perhaps the greatest of the Mar mormaers, ruling Mar from 1244 to ... The Comyn-Mar alliance helped fight off the ambitions of the Durwards, who were then in prime favor with the king ...
St. George Orthodox Church, Chandanapally - The Mortal Remains of St.George(Geevarghese Sahada)
... kept in Mardion were received by His Excellency Vattasseril Joseph Mar Dionysious(Malankara Metropolitan) and H.H Moran Mar Baselios Geevarghese II ... in Chandanapally where the spiritual presence of St Geevarghese is present was done by H.H Moran Mar Baselios Marthoma Mathews II Catholica Bava on May 8, 2004 ...
Earl Of Mar
... The Mormaer or Earl of Mar is a title that has been reaffirmed seven times, all in the Peerage of Scotland ... earldom was originally the provincial ruler of the province of Mar in north-eastern Scotland ... title, and was made particularly famous by John Erskine, 22nd Earl of Mar who was an important Jacobite military leader during the 1715 Jacobite rising ...
Baselios Mar Thoma Mathews I - Death
... Moran Mar Baselios Augen I Catholicos of the East Malankara Metropolitan 1975–1991 Succeeded by H.H ... Moran Mar Baselios Mar Thoma Mathews II Persondata Name H.H ... Moran Mar Baselios Mar Thoma Mathews I Alternative names Short description Date of birth March 27, 1907 Place of birth Date of death November 8, 1996 Place of ...

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