Religious Places in Kerala
South India Kerala Churches - The majority of the population in Kerala is Christians. Therefore there are many churches to be found in Kerala. St. Mary's Church was built in 1579 by Thekkumkoor Maharajah.
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This church portrays outstanding architecture which is a blend of Kerala and Portuguese styles.
Religious Places in Kerala, and the walls are adorned with beautiful murals made in oriental and western styles on biblical and non biblical themes
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“The Catholics here do not want to see this as part of continuation of attack on Christians in Karnataka or Orissa,” he said. in the Churches in Kerala.
He said the people of different religions around the church live peacefully and harmoniously and therefore the church does not see any sectarian reason for the incidents.
The officials of the Jacobite Church said some window panes of the church were broken and the front grills of the church have been smashed in the Churches in Kerala.
Some window panes of the Catholic church were broken and the water pipeline to the Church and the presbytery broken.
Kerala Churches and the Kerala Catholic Bishops’ Council in a statement asked its people to remain calm.
“Miscreants may want to create trouble but Christians should not get provoked by the incident," it said in a statement.
"The Church considers this as an isolated incident. Kerala Churches and the area where the attack has taken place is a peaceful place,” said the statement.
State Fisheries Minister S Sharma, visited the places and promised a speedy arrest of the miscreants. State Home Minister Kodiyeri Balakrishnan said “religious intolerance in any form will not be entertained” in the state.
St. Mary's Church, Manarcad is one of the most important chruches among the Malankara Jacobite Syrian Christians. Marthoman Church is also a Malankara Syrian Orthodox Church. It was established between AD 1110 and 1125. In 1675, Mor Anthrayos arrived at this church and lived here for several years in the South India Kerala Churches. Kyomtha Chapel was established by late Mor Ostatheos Thomas, Metropolitan of Cochin Diocese in the mid-1980s atop a hill in Thiruvankulam where the late Very Rev. Mookencheril Ramban used to meditate. The bishopric of the Cochin diocese is now located here. Sts. Peter's and Paul's Church was established in 1867 However, this church was destroyed in 1868 due to a fire sparked by fireworks on the church festival day. In 1873, the rebuilt church was consecrated by the Malankara Metropolitan Pulikkottil Mar Dionysius Joseph in the name of St. Stephen Southindiatourtravel.com provides information on Churches in Kerala,
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