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AP 347 - Bilingual Qurbana (Malayalam/Syriac).Vestition of Abhishekagni Sisters. USA
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AP 347

Part Number Part I - Syro Malabar Church
Title Bilingual Qurbana (Malayalam/Syriac).Vestition of Abhishekagni Sisters. USA
Duration 07m:17s
Place of Recording St.Thomas Cathedral, Chicago
Date of Release 7 October 2023
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Vestition and Prifession of Abhishekagni Sisters of Jesus & Mary. St. Thomas the Apostle Cathedral, Chicago. 7 October 2023

It is quite heartwarming to see the young candidates singing along with the Congregation two Syriac chants that were part of the celebration of Qurbana on the occasion of their vestition and first profession in the Religious community of Abhishekagni Sisters of Mary and Joseph. These candidates came of age after the introduction of Syriac chants for the first time in the Syro Malabar community in the USA, on 7 September 2013. It happened at the National Shrine and Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. ( • Aramaic Project 66: Dr. Joseph Palack... ).What we see in the video is the flowering of the seeds that were sown a decade ago. These two Syriac chants have become part of the celebration of Qurbana in the Syro Malabar Communities in North America. Bishop Joy Alappatt, too, seems to be comfortable with singing the part of the celebrant. This is video is an addition to the North American story of the Aramaic Project and a rewarding moment for the promoters of the Aramaic Project worldwide. See

Joseph J. Palackal, CMI
New York
18 November 2023

Keywords:#aramaicproject #stthomaschristians #syromalabarchurch #josephpalackal #stthomas #chicago #chicagodiocese #syriacheritage #syriacmusic #syriac #syrianchristian #xavierkhanvattayil #vattayil #abhishekagnitv #abhishekagnimiracles #AbhishekgniSisters #SyroMalabarChicago #SyriacchantsChicago #SyriacUSA #SyriacAmerica #bishopJoyAlappatt #XavierKhanVattayil

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