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KCBC Secretaries Meeting   

KCBC Secretaries Meeting on 9th November 2017  at 9.30am

KCYM Former Leaders Meet   

KCYM Former Leaders Meet on 11th November 2017 at 4.00pm

Episcopal Ordination of Msgr. Sebastian Vaniyapurackal   

Episcopal Ordination of Msgr. Sebastian Vaniyapurackal on 12th November 2017 at Kanjirapilly

KCBC Vocation Commission Meeting   

KCBC Vocation Commission Meeting ( Bp. Vincent Samuel ) on 16th November 2017 at 10.00am

Family Commission General Body Meeting   

Family Commission General Body Meeting on 17th November 2017 at 10.00am

KCMS Formators Programme   

KCMS Formators Programme on 18th November 2017 at POC 

Logos Quiz State Level Programme   

Logos Quiz State Level Programme on 21st November 2017 

Logos Quiz Final   

Logos Quiz Final on 26th November 2017 


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His Excellency Rt. Rev. Dr. Peter Abir Antonysamy
His Excellency Rt. Rev. Dr. Peter Abir Antonysamy
Bishop's House, Chendyankalai
Bishop's House, Chendyankalai, Kanjikode West Palakad-678623
0491-2803420, 2803421
: peterabir@gmail.com

  Birth  14-10-1951
 
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Dr.peter Abir Antonisamy (14 October 1951, Sathipattu, Cuddalore District, Tamil Nadu, India) is an Indian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He is current and the first the bishop of Roman Catholic Diocese of Sultanpet.[1] He was born in Sathipattu, Cuddalore District, Tamil Nadu, India on 14 October 1951. He was ordained a priest on 1 May 1979. He holds a masters degree in biblical theology from St. Peters Pontifical Seminary, a masters degree in literature and history from the University of Titrupathy, India, a licentiate in sacred scriptures from the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome, and a doctorate in sacred scriptures from the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome. He was appointed bishop of Sultanpet by Pope Francis on 28 December 2013.[2] He was consecrated on 16 February 2014 with Archbishop Salvatore Pennacchio as principle consecrator. Archbishop Francis Kallarakal and Bishop Thomas Aquinas Lephonse acted as co-consecrators.[1] His episcopal motto is broken to build.

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