Most Rev. Dr. Stanley Roman

My dear Brothers and Sisters in Jesus Christ, "We cannot keep ourselves shut up in parishes, in our communities, when so many people are waiting for the Gospel!" On 27 July 2013 Pope Fracis gave this tweet in Twitter. Internet is one of the media of coomunicating Jesus' love. It reaches far and wide, it consoles the hearts from distance. Pope also told in an interview "Everyone has his own idea o

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Bishop of the Anceint Diocese of Quilon

Most Rev. Dr. Stanley Roman is the 13th bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Quilon . He was born on 4 June 1941 at Punalur in Kollam district. After holding various posts in the Diocese, he was appointed the First Rector of Carmelgiri.He was ordained priest by Cardinal Agagiani at St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome on 16 December 1966. He was ordained Bishop of Quilon on 16 December 2001.

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Blessing of Morning Star Chambers -16-07-2015, Curson Road, Kollam.
Diocesan Choir Members - 16-07-2015
His Lordship addresses the faithful at Cathedral during the Requiem mass for Cardinal Angelini on 24th November 2014


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