Salvation Choir Christ the King Imvepi

Salvation Choir Christ the King Imvepi Religious organization


Dear brethren I am taking this opportunity to inform you about life insurance in Jesus Christ.
1.You will order for your self a plot in heaven.
2.You will have uncountable brethren.


This choir group is located in Imvepi,they are doing well in the festival competition but they are not having proper musical instruments.Pliz may we help them


Thanks a lot to you Most Rev. Jose Kaimlett

Happy Foundation Day dear Fathers , Deacons and Seminarians of Heralds of Good News.

October 14, 1984: The approval of the draft constitution by Rt. Rev. Dr. John Mulagada, Bishop of Eluru
December 12, 1984: The foundation for the Minor Seminary at Kurukkuru was laid by Bishop John
February 2, 1985: The pioneer members Frs. Jose Kaimlett, Thomas, Alenchery, Mathew Kallikatt, K.V. Augustine & Bros. Thomas Karachira and Jose Oonnukallel made their final commitment to Society in the presence of Bishop John in his private chapel.
February 2, 1985: Rev. Fr. Jose Kaimlett, elected the first Director General in the election conducted in Bishop’s office.
June 25, 1985: The Heralds of Good News Minor Seminary, blessed and inaugurated. The course starts with 28 students and Fr. Thomas Alanchery as its First Rector.
February 13, 1988: The foundation stone for Heralds College, Janampet, blessed by His Grace Most Rev. Augustino Cacciavillan, Apostolic Pro-Nuncio to India.
July 2, 1988: St. Mary’s English Medium School, Prathipadau, T.P. Gudem opened.
June 12, 1989: St. Josephs School at Yernagudem starts functioning.
January 4, 1990: Heralds College, Janampet, the study house for the major seminarians opened and blessed by Rt. Rev. Dr. John Mulagada, Bishop of Eluru.
September 9, 1990: The Society takes up the parish of Vanasthalipuram in the Archdiocese of Hyderabad
December 26, 1990: The First General Assembly of the Society. Fr. Jose Kaimlett re-elected Director General and Fr. Mathew Kallikatt the Assistant Director General, Frs. Thomas Alancherry and P. Thomas elected Councillors and Fr. Thomas Karachira the procurator.
January 1991: The first missionary to the USA, to the diocese of Lake Charles, USA
May 5, 1991: The Heralds of Good News erected as a Missionary Society of Apostolic life of the diocesan Right.
July 7, 1991: The starting of Wagamon mission in Vijayapuram diocese , Kerala
December 27, 1991: Good News Press blessed and opened by Bishop M. John.
June 27, 1992: Inauguration of Heralds Minor Seminary, Pinakadimi.
August 5, 1992: The Society extends its service to the diocese of Khammam with the opening of Enkoor Mission
August 11, 1992: Foundation stone laid for Heralds College, Poonamallee by Rev. Fr. Jose Kaimlett
May 15, 1993: Aswaraopet mission in the diocese of Khammam opened.
June 6, 1993: Heralds College at Poonamallee, Madras blessed and inaugurated.
December 29, 1993: Ordination of the First Batch of Students.
January 25, 1994: The second General Assembly begins at Heralds College, Janampet. Fr. Jose Kaimlett resigns as the Director General. Fr. Chacko Puthumayil is elected as Director General and Fr. Mathew Kallikatt as Assistant Director General and procurator, Frs. P. Thomas, Cherian Pullambrayil and Rev. Mathew Panackal the Councilors. Fr. Jose Kaimlett was given the title ‘Superior General’.
March 18, 1994: The foundation for the Generalate at Thangellamudi laid by Bishop M. John.
June 2, 1994: Inauguration of Dhammampet mission in the diocese of Khammam
June 10, 1994: Foundation for the Heralds Philosophate at Khammam blessed and laid by Rt. Rev. Dr. Marampudi Joji, Bishop of Khammam.
June 12, 1994: Blessing and inauguration of the seminary at Melavalady, Trichy by Rt. Rev. Dr. Peter Remigius, Bishop of Kumbakonam.
November 2, 1994: The South Indian Province, the first Province of Heralds of Good News inaugurated by Rt. Rev. Dr. John, Bishop of Eluru at Heralds College, Janampet, Fr. P. Thomas elected Provincial and Fr. Jose Plathottam as the Assistant, Frs. Jose Ounnukallel and George Thellikalayil the councillors and Mathew Panackal the Procurator.
February 2, 1995: Decennium of the Society Celebrated. The Generalate at Eluru is blessed and inaugurated.
June 1995: The first missionaries to the Archdiocese of Cape Town, South Africa
June 1995: The first batch of the students admitted to the St. Joseph’s Major Seminary, Khammam
August 1995: The first missionary to Papua New Guinea, to the diocese of Vanimo
September 6, 1996: Blessing and Inauguration of St. Joseph’s Major Seminary, Khammam and laying of Foundation for the theology block.
October 1996: The mission at Gurzala, Guntur diocese is taken up.
January 13,1997: General Assembly celebrated
February 1997: Opening of the Dharmavaram Mission in Kurnool Diocese. The first missionaries to North East, to the dioceses of Gauhati and Bongaigaon
August 1997: Opening of St. Andrews School at Thozhuthoor, Kumbakonam diocese
April 1998: The inauguration of the Good Retreat centre, Kudakkachira, Taking up of parish in the diocese of Rieti, Italy
November 1998: Rev. Fr. Chacko Puthumayil, the Director General resigns
January 12 - 14, 1999: The General Assembly celebrated - Fr. Mathew Kallikatt elected Director General, Fr. Philip Kulathinapadickal - Assistant Director General, Fr. Mathew Vengaloor - Councillor, Fr. Xavier Thekkumkattil - Councillor, Fr. Thomas Alanchery - Councillor, Fr. Babu Kulathumkal - Procurator General
May 5, 1999: The Heralds of Good News is raised to the Pontifical Status
August 1999: The First missionary to Tanzania
February 24, 2000: Blessing and inauguration of the St. John’s Major Seminary, Kurnool
May 5, 2000: Inauguration of the house at Rocca di Papa, Italy
September 2000: Blessing and inauguration of Good News School, Tadepally
October 25, 2000: The Provincial Assembly convoked. - Rev. Fr. Joy Oravanamthadathil elected The Provincial, Fr. Shaju Chempottickal - Assistant Provincial, Fr. Francis Suresh Kumar - Councillor, Fr. Joseph Thundathil - Councillor, Fr. Antony Palackal - Councillor, Fr. Tomy Ambatt - Councillor & Procurator
February 2001: The first missionary to Kenya
September 2001: Opening of the study house at Varazze, Italy
January 2002: The first missionaries to Guatemala
September 25, 2002: The blessing and inauguration of the seminary at Ifakkara, Tanzania
December 28, 2002: The blessing and inauguration of the extension blocks of St. John’s Major Seminary, Kurnool.
February 2003: The first missionaries to Uganda
May 23, 2003: Founder starts the Missionaries of Compassion
October 16, 2003: The blessing and inauguration of the retreat centre at Nanguneri, Tamil Nadu.
December 28, 2003: The extraordinary General Assembly convoked
December 29, 2003: The blessing and inauguration of the extension blocks of St.John’s Seminary, Nidadavole
April 26 - 30, 2004: The extraordinary General Assembly. The Constitution is amended with the provision for the members to opt for the province of their choice. The Assembly decided to erect 3 provinces (South West, South East and North)
June 2004: Blessing & Inauguration of Heralds College, Chatrapur, Orissa
June 24, 2004: Blessing & Inauguration of St. Mary’s Minor Seminary at Karunapuram, Kerala
July 31, 2004: The Holy See approves the amended Constitutions.
July 2005: First Missionaries to Canada
November 18, 2005: The blessing and Inauguration of the extension block of Khammam Seminary
July 2006: Blessing & Inauguration of Good News Retreat Centre, Pampady, Kerala
October 2006: First Missionaries to Holland
November 26, 2006: The Pontifical Commiserate begins
August 2008: The er****on of the three provinces and the election of the Provincial Administrations: St. Paul's Province (12th - 14th August), Queen of Apostles Province ( 16th - 19th August), Mother Theresa Province (20th - 23rd August).
August 22, 2008: Agrement with Missionaries of Compassion for the sharing of Property.
October 1, 2008: Inauguration of Mother Theresa Province
October 8, 2008: Inauguration of St. Paul Province
October 11, 2008: Inauguration of Queen of Apostles Province
January 19 - 24, 2009: The General Assembly celebrated and the new General Administration is elected. Rev. Fr. A. Francis - Superior General, Rev. Fr. Adackamundackal Joseph (Shaji) - Assistant Superior General, Rev. Frs. Poovannikumthottiyil Joseph (Saji Sebastian), A. Charles Savarimuthu, Adattu Nixon - Councillors, Rev. Fr. Dung Dung Nirdosh - Procurator General, Rev. Fr. Pachigolla Christuraju - Secretary General.
May 19, 2009: Pontifical Commiserate comes to an end
August 15, 2009: The Holy See approves the amended constitutions
October 14, 2009: The Silver Jubilee Celebrations of the Foundation of HGN at the Mother House at Kurukkuru
January 31, 2011: General Forum
May 5, 2011: Bifurcation of Mother Theresa Province and Er****on of New Province ( St. John Paul - II Province)
Sept 8, 2011: The Provincial Assembly Celebrated and the New Provincial Administration is elected. Rev. Fr. Gorantla Charles – The First Provincial Superior, Rev. Fr. Pavithran Male – The Vice-Provincial, Rev. Fr. Naripogu Gnana Prakash, Rev. Fr. Kadari Manikyam, Rev. Fr. Jangam Joseph, - Councillors, Rev. Fr. Pasala John Paul - Province Procurator, Rev. Fr. Gudimalla Raju – Province Secretory.
Sept 8, 2014: Second time Provincial Assembly was held and New Provincial Administration is elected. Rev. Fr. Gorantla Charles was re-elected as The Provincial Superior and Rev. Fr. Pavithran Male as the Vice-Provincial. Rev. Fr. Amarlapuddi Lourdhu Vijayaraju, Rev. Fr. Jangam Joseph, Rev. Fr. Manda Sudhakar as councillors, Rev. Fr. Dakkamadugula Joseph Thambi- Province Procurator and Rev. Fr. Bhattu Daniyelu-Province Secretary.
January 21-24, 2015: The General Assembly celebrated and the new General Administration is elected. Rev. Fr. M. Ignatius - Superior General, Rev. Fr. Kulathinapadickal Philip - Assistant Superior General, Rev. Frs. Kappumkal Thomas (Roy), R. Innasimuthu, Jangam Joseph - Councillors, Rev. Fr. Pamblaniyil Saji - Procurator General, Rev. Fr. X. Sengol Baxil - Secretary General.



Mission at the heart of the Christian faith

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Once again this year, World Mission Day gathers us around the person of Jesus, “the very first and greatest evangelizer” (Paul VI, Evangelii Nuntiandi, 7), who continually sends us forth to proclaim the Gospel of the love of God the Father in the power of the Holy Spirit. This Day invites us to reflect anew on the mission at the heart of the Christian faith. The Church is missionary by nature; otherwise, she would no longer be the Church of Christ, but one group among many others that soon end up serving their purpose and passing away. So it is important to ask ourselves certain questions about our Christian identity and our responsibility as believers in a world marked by confusion, disappointment and frustration, and torn by numerous fratricidal wars that unjustly target the innocent. What is the basis of our mission? What is the heart of our mission? What are the essential approaches we need to take in carrying out our mission?

Mission and the transformative power of the Gospel of Christ, the Way, the Truth and the Life
1. The Church’s mission, directed to all men and women of good will, is based on the transformative power of the Gospel. The Gospel is Good News filled with contagious joy, for it contains and offers new life: the life of the Risen Christ who, by bestowing his life-giving Spirit, becomes for us the Way, the Truth and the Life (cf. Jn 14:6). He is the Way who invites us to follow him with confidence and courage. In following Jesus as our Way, we experience Truth and receive his Life, which is fullness of communion with God the Father in the power of the Holy Spirit. That life sets us free from every kind of selfishness, and is a source of creativity in love.
2. God the Father desires this existential transformation of his sons and daughters, a transformation that finds expression in worship in spirit and truth (cf. Jn 4:23-24), through a life guided by the Holy Spirit in imitation of Jesus the Son to the glory of God the Father. “The glory of God is the living man” (Irenaeus, Adversus Haereses IV, 20, 7). The preaching of the Gospel thus becomes a vital and effective word that accomplishes what it proclaims (cf. Is 55:10-11): Jesus Christ, who constantly takes flesh in every human situation (cf. Jn 1:14).

Mission and the kairos of Christ
3. The Church’s mission, then, is not to spread a religious ideology, much less to propose a lofty ethical teaching. Many movements throughout the world inspire high ideals or ways to live a meaningful life. Through the mission of the Church, Jesus Christ himself continues to evangelize and act; her mission thus makes present in history the kairos, the favorable time of salvation. Through the proclamation of the Gospel, the risen Jesus becomes our contemporary, so that those who welcome him with faith and love can experience the transforming power of his Spirit, who makes humanity and creation fruitful, even as the rain does with the earth. “His resurrection is not an event of the past; it contains a vital power which has permeated this world. Where all seems to be dead, signs of the resurrection suddenly spring up. It is an irresistible force” (Evangelii Gaudium, 276).
4. Let us never forget that “being Christian is not the result of an ethical choice or a lofty idea, but the encounter with an event, a Person, which gives life a new horizon and a decisive direction” (Benedict XVI, Deus Caritas Est, 1). The Gospel is a Person who continually offers himself and constantly invites those who receive him with humble and religious faith to share his life by an effective participation in the paschal mystery of his death and resurrection. Through Baptism, the Gospel becomes a source of new life, freed of the dominion of sin, enlightened and transformed by the Holy Spirit. Through Confirmation, it becomes a fortifying anointing that, through the same Spirit, points out new ways and strategies for witness and accompaniment. Through the Eucharist, it becomes food for new life, a “medicine of immortality” (Ignatius of Antioch, Ad Ephesios, 20, 2).
5. The world vitally needs the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Through the Church, Christ continues his mission as the Good Samaritan, caring for the bleeding wounds of humanity, and as Good Shepherd, constantly seeking out those who wander along winding paths that lead nowhere. Thank God, many significant experiences continue to testify to the transformative power of the Gospel. I think of the gesture of the Dinka student who, at the cost of his own life, protected a student from the enemy Nuer tribe who was about to be killed. I think of that Eucharistic celebration in Kitgum, in northern Uganda, where, after brutal massacres by a rebel group, a missionary made the people repeat the words of Jesus on the cross: “My God, My God, why have you abandoned me?” as an expression of the desperate cry of the brothers and sisters of the crucified Lord. For the people, that celebration was an immense source of consolation and courage. We can think too of countless testimonies to how the Gospel helps to overcome narrowness, conflict, racism, tribalism, and to promote everywhere, and among all, reconciliation, fraternity, and sharing.

Mission inspires a spirituality of constant exodus, pilgrimage, and exile
6. The Church’s mission is enlivened by a spirituality of constant exodus. We are challenged “to go forth from our own comfort zone in order to reach all the peripheries in need of the light of the Gospel” (Evangelii Gaudium, 20). The Church’s mission impels us to undertake a constant pilgrimage across the various deserts of life, through the different experiences of hunger and thirst for truth and justice. The Church’s mission inspires a sense of constant exile, to make us aware, in our thirst for the infinite, that we are exiles journeying towards our final home, poised between the “already” and “not yet” of the Kingdom of Heaven.
7. Mission reminds the Church that she is not an end unto herself, but a humble instrument and mediation of the Kingdom. A self-referential Church, one content with earthly success, is not the Church of Christ, his crucified and glorious Body. That is why we should prefer “a Church which is bruised, hurting and dirty because it has been out on the streets, rather than a Church which is unhealthy from being confined and from clinging to its own security” (ibid., 49).

Young people, the hope of mission
8. Young people are the hope of mission. The person of Jesus Christ and the Good News he proclaimed continue to attract many young people. They seek ways to put themselves with courage and enthusiasm at the service of humanity. “There are many young people who offer their solidarity in the face of the evils of the world and engage in various forms of militancy and volunteering... How beautiful it is to see that young people are ‘street preachers’, joyfully bringing Jesus to every street, every town square and every corner of the earth!” (ibid., 106). The next Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, to be held in 2018 on the theme Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment, represents a providential opportunity to involve young people in the shared missionary responsibility that needs their rich imagination and creativity.

The service of the Pontifical Mission Societies
9. The Pontifical Mission Societies are a precious means of awakening in every Christian community a desire to reach beyond its own confines and security in order to proclaim the Gospel to all. In them, thanks to a profound missionary spirituality, nurtured daily, and a constant commitment to raising missionary awareness and enthusiasm, young people, adults, families, priests, bishops and men and women religious work to develop a missionary heart in everyone. World Mission Day, promoted by the Society of the Propagation of the Faith, is a good opportunity for enabling the missionary heart of Christian communities to join in prayer, testimony of life and communion of goods, in responding to the vast and pressing needs of evangelization.

Carrying out our mission with Mary, Mother of Evangelization
10. Dear brothers and sisters, in carrying out our mission, let us draw inspiration from Mary, Mother of Evangelization. Moved by the Spirit, she welcomed the Word of life in the depths of her humble faith. May the Virgin Mother help us to say our own “yes”, conscious of the urgent need to make the Good News of Jesus resound in our time. May she obtain for us renewed zeal in bringing to everyone the Good News of the life that is victorious over death. May she intercede for us so that we can acquire the holy audacity needed to discover new ways to bring the gift of salvation to every man and woman.

From the Vatican, 4 June 2017
Solemnity of Pentecost

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