Upcoming Eparchial Events Event Dates
Marriage Preparation Course Saturday, March 21, 2020 to Sunday, March 22, 2020
Pastoral Council Meeting Saturday, March 21, 2020
7th MCYMNA Youth Conference Thursday, August 6, 2020 to Sunday, August 9, 2020


New Marriage Assessors and Notary for the Eparchial Tribunal.

  • Posted on: 25 January 2020
The Eparchial Bishop, Most Rev. Dr. Philipos Mar Stephanos, has appointed two marriage assessors to the Eparchial Tribunal. The new appointees are Mr. George James & Dr. Jasmine Thomas. Their roles as assessors are to help evaluate the evidence (proofs) for the Tribunal who will judge the case. Both Mr. George James and Dr. Jasmine Thomas took the oath of fidelity in the presence of the Eparchial Bishop and Rev. Dr. George Oonnoonny, the Judicial Vicar of the Eparchial Tribunal. Along with these two appointments, His Excellency has also appointed Rev. Fr.

Congratulations to Archbishop-elect Rev. Nelson J. Perez

  • Posted on: 23 January 2020
The St. Mary, Queen of Peace Syro-Malankara Catholic Eparchy in the USA & Canada extends hearty congratulations and prayerful best wishes to Archbishop-elect Nelson Perez, who has been appointed as the 14th Bishop and 10th Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia on January 23, 2020, by His Holiness Pope Francis. The St. Mary, Queen of Peace Syro-Malankara Catholic Eparchy remains deeply indebted to Archbishop Charles Chaput, the outgoing Archbishop, for all the friendship and support extended to us.

St. Jude's Syro-Malankara Catholic Church Philadelphia moves to Bensalem, PA

  • Posted on: 21 January 2020
The St. Jude Syro-Malankara Catholic Parish has moved from their church in Philadelphia to a new place of worship located in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. On January 19, the Holy Qurbono was celebrated in the new church by the Eparchial Bishop His Excellency Most Rev. Dr. Philipos Mar Stephanos. After the Qurbono, a luncheon was held for all the participants. During the luncheon, the MCYM presented a video presentation of all the activities which had taken place at their old church. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church belonged to the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, and it has a seating capacity of 650.