Our Activites

Notice_DesignCarol Singing Competition     11.12.2011
Christmas is here… Cheer’s a merry tune in the air and our hearts are singing out aloud. Lets us start our festive season with Gloria 2011 where our choir teams battle it out for the ultimate glory and pride. More…

Image_094Laity Conferenc-Chennai     06.11.2011
The event was blessed with presence of Mar. Pauly Kannookadan [Bishop in-charge of Chennai mission] and Mar. Matthew Arackal [chairman, commission for laity]. More…

IMG_9523Shalom Festival     05.10.2011
Lord, the most high has blessed our parish to host the Shalom Fest on 05.10.2011 God’s people from different parishes arrived here to share the message of God and it was a great success ,no doubt in the eyes of God and men alike.More…

Important Paryers

  • The Our Father
  • Prayer To Your Guardian Angel
  • The Apostles Creed
  • The Angelus
  • The Hail Mary
  • The Holy Rosary
  • Novena to the Divine Child Jesus
  • Sacred Heart

Holy Qurbana Timings

Sunday
Morning 8 am & Evening 6:30 pm
Venue
Week days -6.30 am
Monday & Tuesday – Mass at the Holy
Family Convent Chapel, Keelkattalai
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday in the Chruch
Saturday – 6.30 pm (in the chruch)
Novena after the Mass dedicated to
Our Lady of Velankanni.
No Morning Mass on Saturday

Chennai Mission News

Bible Quiz
On 27-11-2011

Marriage Preparation Coursc
On 27-11-2011

Christmas Celbrations
On 18-12-2011

Message of the month

Church Hierarchy

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Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger,
Pope Benedict XVI.

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Mar George Alencherry
(Head of Syro Malabar Church)

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Mar Pauly Kannookadan
(Diocese of Irinjalakuda)

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Msgr. Rev. Fr. Jose Palatty
(Co-ordinator Chennai Mission)

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Rev. Fr. Sinto Alappatt
(Our Vicar)

The Sacred Heart is often depicted in Christian art as a flaming heart shining with divine light, pierced by the lance-wound, surrounded by a crown of thorns, surmounted by a cross and bleeding. Sometimes the image is over Jesus‘ body with his wounded hands pointing at the heart. The wounds and crown of thorns allude to the manner of Jesus’ death, while the fire represents the transformative power of love. The Feast of the Sacred Heart has been a Solemnity in the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar since 1856, and is celebrated 19 days after Pentecost. As Pentecost is always celebrated on Sunday, the Feast of the Sacred Heart always falls on a Friday.