Talk:Baselios Thomas I

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Dark ages[edit]

His Beatitude, Catholicos Thomas 1st will not be forgotten in history. Its his uncompromisng attitude which split the Orthodox Church in India into two. No doubt, he is a great leader and a great politician. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Alexyalex (talkcontribs) 04:10, 18 October 2008 (UTC)

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Maphrian of the East[edit]

One user/Some users is/are continuously adding a title "Maphrian of the East" along with Catholicos of India. A citation given from a google books link is an incorrect one. There is no mention about such a title in official websites of Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch and Jacobite Syrian Church of India. The website clearly says "However in the 20th century when this office of the Maphrianate under the Holy See of Antioch was established in India, the chief of the local church assumed the title ‘Catholicos’. It is this title that is being used in India today, while the title ‘Maphryono’ (Maphrian) is no longer used" . Hence please provide some references (other than the mentioned Google book link) that Catholicos of India is also known as "Maphrian of the East" - (talk) 16:35, 17 October 2017 (UTC)