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KCF Leaders Meeting   

KCF Leaders Meeting Held On 10th march  to 11th march 2017

KLM Meeting   

KLM Meeting Held On 11th march  to 12th march 2017 at 6.00pm

Family Commission Pro Life State Meeting   

Family Commission Pro Life State Meeting Held On 11th March 2017 at 10.00am

KLM Directors Meeting   

KLM Directors Meeting Held On 13th march 2017 at 9.30 am

Witness Of Mercy Seminar   

Witness Of Mercy Seminar Held On 28th march 2017 to 2nd april 2017 

Temperance commission meeting   

Temparance commission meeting Held On 1st april 2017 at 2pm to 5pm

Moral Science Textbook Meeting   

Moral Science Textbook Meeting Held On 3rd april 2007 at 4.30pm


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Mar Abraham D. Mattam
Mar Abraham D. Mattam
Mattam

  Birth  21-11-
 
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Bishop Abraham Mattam was born on 21 November 1921 at Melampara, in the parish of Narianganam in the eparchy of Palai. After his primary education at Narianganam and Melampara and Middle and High School education at St. Marys High School, Bharananganam, he joined the Vincentian Congregation on 17 January 1941. After his priestly formation at the Archdiocesan Minor Seminary, Ernakulam and St. Josephs Major Seminary, Alwaye, he was ordained priest on 15 March 1950. He obtained his doctorate in philosophy from the Gregorian University, Rome in 1958. Returning from Rome he held many offices in the congregation such as Rector of Vincentian Minor Seminary, Angamaly, Rector of Vincentian Vidhyabhavan, Alwaye, Superior of Vincentian House, Thodupuzha, General Councillor of the congregation, etc. He was also visiting professor at Mangalapuzha Seminary from 1966 onwards. He was nominated Apostolic Exarch of Satna on 29 July 1968 and was installed on 9 January 1969. He was appointed Bishop of Satna on 26 February 1977 and was ordained bishop on 30 April 1977. He retired from the office of the Bishop of Satna on 14 January 2000, but continued as administrator of the diocese until 12 April 2000.

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