Condolence meeting for H.H. Baselios Marthoma Paulose II organized
An online Condolence meeting was organized by St. Thomas Mission in collaboration with MGM College Dimapur Nagaland at St. Thomas College Bhilai to give memorable tribute to heavenly abode Catholicos of East & Malankara Metropolitan Supreme head of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church India, H.H. Baselios Marthoma Paulose II. On this occasion, the chief guest and speaker was Fr. Abraham Thomas Faculty, Old Theological Seminary Kottayam, Kerala & Secretary Dept. of Ecumenical Relations, MOSC. H. G. Dr. Joseph Mar Dionysius SST Metropolitan, Calcutta Diocese said that Marthoma Paulose always worked for social development and he motivated others also to serve the society. Chief Guest and speaker Fr. Abraham Thomas said that being a spiritual personality Marthoma Paulose II was a symbol of simple living high thinking motive. He always believed to serve the society as a whole. He was a dynamic and multitalented personality and these kinds of persons are very rare in today’s time. His visionary thoughts and beliefs will always motivate us. Administrator of College Rev. Father Dr. Joshi Varghese presented a short and brief introduction about the life of Baselios Marthoma Paulose by sharing a short documentary video. He said that H.H. Baselios Marthoma Paulose II sacrificed his whole life to service the society and poor people. Assistant Professor and Additional HOD of Dept. of Commerce Dr. Sheeja Varkey said that being a social activist Marthoma Paulose always worked for the betterment and development of economically weaker people of society. At last Principal of College Dr. M. G. Roymon proposed vote of thanks and presented his gratitude towards the chief guest Fr. Abraham Thomas. He also thanked to College Administrator and Manager Bishop for their continuous support and guidance. On this occasion the Principal of MGM College Dimapur Nagaland, Fr.Dr. P. S. Varghese and other staff members were also present. The program was conducted by Mr. Pratik Sharma Assistant Professor, Dept. of Commerce.