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Servants of God


Servant of God Mar Mathew Makil

Mathew Makil was born on 27th march 1851 at Manjoor in Kottayam District. He was appointed Vicar General for the Southists in the Vicariate of Kottayam in 1889. When the Vicariate Apostolic of Kottayam and Trichur were re-organized into Trichur, Ernakulam and Changanassery in 1896, hewas nominated Titular Bishop of Trallus and appointed Vicar Apostolic of Changanassery. In 1911, a new Vicariate Apostolic of Kottayam was constituted exclusively for the Knanaya Catholics and Mar Mathew Makil was transferred to Kottayam as Vicar Apostolic. He died at Kottayam on 26th jan 1914 and on 26 Jan 2009 Declared as Servant of God.
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Servant of God Poothathil Thommiachan

With immense joy, we extend our profound gratitude to the Almighty God for having elevated Rev. Fr. Thomas Poothathil, an eparchial priest of the Archeparchy of Kottayam, Kerala, India, as the Servant of God on January 26, 2009. Turning the pages of history, we recall the selfless service of Rev. Fr Thomas as the founder of the first asylum in the history of the Kerala Church and also as the founder of St. Joseph’s Congregation. The commitment and conviction in the person of Jesus made his vision creative and constructive. The source of his energy and vigor always rested upon the compassionate heart of Jesus. Contemplating on the Divine presence in and around the realities, he motivated himself to work hard for the downtrodden and the marginalized. Whoever had the great opportunity to meet Rev. Fr. Thomas would unanimously affirm the statement that he is a person adorned with integrity, sincerity and maturity. Read more…

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