പ്രതിഭ പരിശീലന ഫോം PUBLISHED IN BLOG. YOU CAN DOWNLOAD IT FROM "FORMS"...... MERIT DAY AWARD WINNERS LIST PUBLISHED SEE "NOTICES"............

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

SMCC AWARD - ARCHDIOCESAN LEVEL WINNERS

CLINSE K. KURIAKOSE - WEST FORT, BASILICA FORANE

JOSE MATHEW - KOTTEKKAD - KOTTEKKAD FORANE

JANE MARY K. - LOURDE - CATHEDRAL FORANE

MINNU ANTO MANJILA - PATTIKKAD - PATTIKKAD FORANE


CONGRATULATION & BEST WISHES

JUNIOR CLC DAY 2011 CELEBRATIONS AT DBCLC, ARCHDIOCESE OF TRICHUR

Friday, September 16, 2011

HALF YEARLY EXAMINATIONS 2011-12

HALF YEARLY EXAMINATIONS 2011-12

SEPTEMBER 18th SUNDAY - Std I, III, V, VII, IX, XI, ACC

OCTOBER 2nd SUNDAY - Std II, IV, VI, VIII, X, XII

BE THE FIRST
NEVER BE THE SECOND
NEVER EVER BE THE THIRD

BEST WIHSES...

BIBLE POOCOLOURS 2011

Thursday, August 11, 2011

MODEL UNITS 2010 - 2011, CONGRATULATIONS!


SUNDAY CATECHISM

BEST UNIT : 2010-2011


PUDUKAD
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SUNDAY CATECHISM
MODEL UNITS - 2010-2011

Basilica Forane: Ayyanthole
Cathedral
Forane: Nadathara
Chelakkara
Forane: Pazhayannur
Erumapetty
Forane: Parempadam
Kandassankadavu
Forane: Arimpur
Kottekad
Forane: Mundur
Mattom
Forane: Chittattukara
Ollur
Forane: Chiyyaram
Palayur
Forane: Arthat
Parappur
Forane: Ambakad
Pattikad
Forane: Chirakkakode
Pazhuvil
Forane: Pazhuvil
Pudukad
Forane: Pudukad
Puthur
Forane: Mannamangalam
Velur
Forane: Thandilam
Wadakkanchery
Forane: Athani
Prize Distribution Festival on 15th August 2011, 2 pm at DBCLC. His Grace Mar Andrews Thazhath will distribute all the AWARDS of 2010-2011. You are invited to receive the Awards...
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Thursday, August 4, 2011

PRIZE DISTRIBUTION FESTIVAL ON 15TH AUG

Prize Distribution Festival on 15th August 2011, 2 pm at DBCLC. His Grace Mar Andrews Thazhath will distribute all the AWARDS of 2010-2011. You are welcome to this meeting...

CATECHETICAL DAY AT KOTTAPADI


Catechetical Day is celebrated in St. Lazar's Church Kottapadi on 31st July 2011.
It is inaugurated by Rev.Dr.Antony Chembakassery (Director M I Hospital) and presided by Rev. Fr. Jose Thekkekkara (Vicar, St. Lazar's Church Kottapadi)

Monday, February 28, 2011

To Prepare for the Holy Communion

The text book to prepare for the Holy Communion and the Holy Confirmation is avilable at DBCLC Book Stall. The revised version of the "Vedopadesa Samkshepam" with prayers in English also will be avilable.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Friday, January 14, 2011

BENEDICT XVI TO BEATIFY JOHN PAUL II ON MAY


Pontiff's Great Fame of Sanctity Acknowledged
VATICAN CITY: Benedict XVI is planning to preside over the beatification rite for John Paul II on May 1, Divine Mercy Sunday, in the Vatican.
A communiqué from the Congregation for Saints' Causes announced that today the Pope, in an audience with the congregation's prefect, Cardinal Angelo Amato, "authorized the dicastery to promulgate the decree of the miracle attributed to the intercession of Venerable Servant of God John Paul II (Karol Wojtyla)."
This was the final step in the process preceding the beatification rite, which will be celebrated on Divine Mercy Sunday, a feast day instituted by John Paul II.
The communiqué noted: "It is well known that, by pontifical dispensation, his cause began before the end of the five-year period which the current norms stipulate must pass following the death of a Servant of God.
"This provision was solicited by the great fame of sanctity which Pope John Paul II enjoyed during his life, in his death and after his death.
"In all other ways, the normal canonical dispositions concerning causes of beatification and canonization were observed in full."
The diocesan investigation into the cause for beatification of the Pontiff took place between June 2005 and April 2007. On Dec. 19, 2009, Benedict XVI authorized the promulgation of the decree on his predecessor's heroic virtue.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Happy Feast of EPIPHANY



The word Epiphany in Syriac is known as ‘Denha’. It means ‘dawn’ ‘revelation’ ‘manifestation’ etc.

In this season, the Church recalls the public life of Jesus which began with his baptism at Jordan. Jesus reveals Himself to the world. Father and the Holy Spirit witness to it: ‘ This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased’ (Mt. 3:7)

The Feast of Denha which is celebrated on 6th January is called ‘Pindikuthiperunnal’ by faithful who live in the northern part of Kerala and ‘Rakkuli’ by people of the south. ‘Pindikuthiperunnal’ originated from the practice of going around the ‘vazhapindi’ decorated with lights and singing ‘God is light’ commemorating Jesus the light of the world. The name ‘Rakkuli’ came from the ritual bath that our forefathers used to have in the river or pool near by, on the eve of the feast. It was a religious ceremony. The most important themes commemorated during these days are the baptism of Jesus, His public life, His divine and human nature, His intimate relation with the Father and the Holy Spirit and his self-emptying
love. In this season the readings chosen are mainly connected with the public life of Jesus. This period reminds us of the baptism of Jesus and our own baptism and the responsibilities we have undertaken with it. Hence, let us strive hard to know Him more intensely and to live like the children of God during this season.