HomeNational News and Affairs

Bishop’s House in Kerala Opens Doors for Muslim Prayers

Growing Bigger for the Better
Special Courts: An ‘eyewash’ say Muslim Organisations
Enact Blasphemy Law to Punish People who Mock Religious Leaders of Different Faiths

bishops house

Christians in Kerala opened doors of their Bishop’s house for their Muslim brothers for the valedictory session of the 90th anniversary of Samastha Kerala Jam’iyyathul Ulama, held at Alappuzha beach. The functionaries of Alappuzha Bishop House, head quarters of Roman Catholic Diocese of Alleppey, opened their halls for Muslims to perform their late evening and night prayers. The activists of Samastha expressed their gratitude to the Samaritans by giving a memento in order to keep this tradition intact. A felicitation function was held at the Bishop’s House, and local leaders of Samastha handed over a memento to Alappuzha Bishop Stephen Athipozhiyil.
(Extracted from twocircles.net)