Indian (Malankara) Orthodox Church

Malankara (Indian) Orthodox Syrian Church

CATHOLICATE EMBLEM

Founder

St. Thomas the Apostle

Independence

Apostolic Era

Recognition

Oriental Orthodox

Primate

Catholicos Moran Mar Baselios Mar Thoma Didymos I

Headquarters

Kottayam, Kerala

Territory

India

Possessions

United Arab Emirates, United States, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, South Africa, Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, Germany, Switzerland, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Singapore and Australia,

Language

Malayalam, Syriac, English, Hindi

Adherents

2 Million [1]

Website

Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church

The Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church (also known as the Malankara Orthodox Church, Orthodox Church of India, Orthodox Syrian Church of India,*The Indian Orthodox Church*, is an autocephalous church and a member of the Oriental Orthodox Church family in Christianity, founded by St. Thomas, the Disciple of Christ in A.D. 52.

From: Wikipedia



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