Explanation of Syro-Malabar Qurbana (Holy Mass)

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The Syro-Malabar Catholic Church is an Eastern Catholic Church in full communion with the Roman Catholic Church. It is also the second largest Eastern Catholic Church in communion with the Bishop of Rome. The members of Syro-Malabar Church are known as Syrian Catholics or Roman Catholic Syrian Christians (RCSC) and are people of Kerala, India.

Holy Qurbana (Kurbana) or Qurbana Qadisha, the “Holy Offering” or “Holy Sacrifice”, refers to the Eucharist as celebrated according to the East Syrian and West Syrian traditions of Syriac Christianity.The Divine Liturgy of Addai and Mari (Holy Qurbana) is celebrated by the Syro-Malabar rite in Malayalam, Syriac or English.

Here is a series of videos with beautiful explanation of the Holy Qurbana in Malayalam. You can view the complete Holy Kurbana here..

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4 Responses to Explanation of Syro-Malabar Qurbana (Holy Mass)

  1. Nediyakala says:

    Hi:

    This is one of the best service you did to the Malayali Catholics especially out side of Kerala. This demonstration makes us proud of our heritage and richness in Syro-Malabar Litturgy. I urge all malayali catholics to watch and learn from this video.
    Thanks again,
    Mathew

  2. raju says:

    This is one of the best thing a Catholic can do for the Love JESUS .. May JESUS bless you and your family.

    Thank you

  3. Prof. C. D. Sebastian says:

    It is brilliant! I appreciate it very much. Educative and edifying presentation of the liturgical rubrics, signs, symbols and symbolisms, and their significations. I wish all the faithful watched it to know the meaning of the liturgical rubrics to imbibe well the spirit of Holy Qurbana and the Holy Mysteries. Thanks very much for this wonderful soiritual gift! It is ennobling and elevating.

  4. Tiney Dev says:

    For years, I was searching for a site where I can look for prayers to quench my thirst. It makes me astonished as this site contains a lot of things; especially the most famous songs. Thank you very much for your kind support to make us grow religiously. Tiney

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