AP 20 to 11
The Sisters of St. Thomas in conversation with Dr. Joseph J. Palackal.
|Part Number||Part I - Syro Malabar Church|
|Title||The Sisters of St. Thomas in conversation with Dr. Joseph J. Palackal.|
|Place of Recording||Beth Thoma Dayra, the first Dayra for women in the Syro Malabar Church, Palamattam, Kerala, India.|
|Date of Recording||3 August 2014|
|Video Segment (s)||
AP 18a to 18f
01) Liturgy of the Hours (noon): The Lord's Prayer with Thrice-holy and doxology (1:12).
02) The daily activities at the Dayra (2:50).
03) The connection between the Syriac language and the Beth Thoma Dayra (5:09).
04) The agricultural activities at the Dayra (5:55).
05) Activities related to learning the Syriac language (6:50).
06) Yet another melody of B'eda d'yawmaan, hymn to the Blessed Virgin (8:23).
07) Conversation with Sr. Kochuthresya; activities related to the promotion of the Syriac language (9:32).
08) Response of the younger generation to the Syriac tradition (12:50).
09) About the level of Syriac literacy among the sisters at the Dayra (14:16).
10) Did you know about the Syriac language before joining the Dayra? (14:40).
11) Melody of "Maran Iso," her favorite Syriac chant (15:14).
12) Problems in translating the Hudra into Malayalam (19:06).
13) About the Hudra in use in the Church of the East, Thrissur (22:43).
14) About the three volumes (3000 pages) of Hudra ("Breviarium Chaldaicum") editied by Paul Bedjan (24:34).
15) Melody of the Anthem of the Mysteries, "Pagare damsiha," and the practice of singing the opening incipit twice (25:30).
16) About the current status of the melodies prescribed in the Hudra; many are already lost (27:12).
17) Why do you like the Syriac language so much? (30:03).
18) The melody of Slotha for "Qandisa alaaha" (31:52).
19) Melody of Holy, Holy, Holy "Qandis, qandis, qandis" (32:42).
20) A dream in Rome, realized at Palamattam, in Kerala; the role of Rev. Dr. Varghese Pathikulangara, CMI in the founding of the Dayra (35:32).
- AP 18a – The Sisters of St. Thomas sing the solemn form of the Lord's prayer with Thrice Holy and Doxology.
- AP 18b – The Sisters of St. Thomas sing a new melody for B'eda d'yawmaan (Hymn to the Blessed Virgin).
- AP 18c – The Sisters of St. Thomas sing the melody of "Maaran Iso" Thesbohtha after Communion
- AP 18d – The Sisters of St. Thomas sing the melody of "Pagare damsiha" (Anthem of the Mysteries).
- AP 18e – The Sisters of St. Thomas sing the melody of Slotha for Qandisa alaaha.
- AP 18f – The Sisters of St. Thomas sing the melody of Holy, Holy, Holy in Syriac.
Father, I really appreciate your hard work to get back our Syriac heritage in the community and all the best to you father - Johny Mathew - March 2015