The Recollection for the Month of October was held on 31.10.19 at
Young priests’ ongoing formation was conducted from 3 to 5 October 2019. 43 young priests belonging to the ordination batches from 2014-2019 were present. Very Rev. Fr Antony Perumanoor inaugurated the ongoing formation programme. Classes were led by Dr Sabu De Mathew, Mr Sabu...
In 1968 when MST was founded it was entrusted with a mission region comprising of three districts in MP. They were Ujjain, Shajapur, and Rajgarh. Later it was raised to a diocese . MST priests worked in the Dioces and developed most of the mission stations for the diocese. In 2008 region of MST was extended to all the Syro-malabar dioceses of North India. and started to own its own institutions.
The Missionary Society of St Thomas the Apostle (MST) is a missionary venture of the Syro-Malabar Church. The main thrust of the MST is to foster and promote missionary activities of the Church.Forty five years down the road, the Society has come a long way in the missionary activities in India and abroad. Today MST has 322 priest members witnessing the Gospel in eleven different countries in five continents. The Society has over 100 candidates under five stages of formation in its own centers of formation manned by well qualified and experienced teams of formators.
MST is a Society of Apostolic Life with an exclusively missionary charism, whose sole goal is to spread the Kingdom of God through witness and apostolic involvement. Drawin
St. Thomas, the Apostle of India, is the patron of the Missionary Society: "The Missionary Society of St Thomas the Apostle (MST) is named after
The founder of MST is the missionary and visionary Bp Sebastian Vayalil, the former Bishop of Palai. MST was born on February 22, 1968 as an organized We, sons of St ..