Diocese of Calicut
"FIAT VOLUNTAS TUA"
Coastal City of Calicut Lourdumatha Pallikunnu St Josephs Church, Calicut Town Holy Childhood Day 2014 St Francis Xavier Mother of God Cathedral Pope Francis
Welcome to Diocese of Calicut
The diocese is named after Calicut (Kozhikode), the most important coastal city of Malabar, the northern region of the state of Kerala, India. Calicut was the traditional capital of Northern Kerala under the Samuthiri (Zamorin) rule and a leading trading centre for spices on the West Coast of India during the medieval period. Vasco de Gama who landed at Calicut (Kappad - 16 KM away from the city) in 1498, was the first European... More
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History

Calicut diocese came into existence on 12th June 1923. Established by Holy Father Pope Pius XI of happy memory separating Malabar from the Diocese of Mangalore and Wayanad from the Diocese of Mysore, it was spread out into the six Districts of North Kerala extending from Shoranur to Kasargod. People of different culture....
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Sandesham

Sandesham is the Diocesan Bulletin released every month form the Curia.
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Circular / Pastoral Letter

Circular letter is the official newsletter from the diocesan bishop to all the parishes and institutions.
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  • BIRTHDAYS

    APRIL

                  08 : Fr Tony Gracious

              10 : Rev. Fr Pious Vachaparambil S.J

               14 : Fr Simon Peter

    15  : Fr William Rajan

    16  : Fr Thomas Panakkal

    18  : Fr Francis Cheramanthuruthil

    23  : Fr Jaison Kalathiparambil

    24  : Fr Paul Andrews

    25   : Fr Roque Rebello

    25   : Fr Jenson Puthenveettil

    30   : Fr Joseph K.S.

    30   : Fr Mathew Pullattu, S.J.