(Last Updated on : 14/03/2013)
Churches in India thrive to portray the post colonial hangover, the cultural Diaspora of India. In 30-33 A.D. the concept of Christianity
as it was known, begins. These churches expressed the idea that the followers of the religion can all be seen as part of one single group the concept of unitary totalitarianism. Although today there is no single political entity recognized by the secular world as the unique Christian Church. Each of the Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches claims to be the unique church established by Jesus the Messiah. Protestants would hold that the concept is justified by the notion that the Church is ultimately headed by Jesus Christ who acts as the unifying figure for all who claim to follow Him. The phrase 'The Church' in its widest possible sense like 'the Body of Christ' has a similar breadth till date.
As the waves of Christianity touched the Indian shores, Churches flourished all over India. Portuguese first introduced Church architecture in India. India has Churches of all kinds depicting different forms of Christianity. There are Syrian Churches, Catholic Churches, Protestant Churches and various others as well.
Some of the important churches in this country are mentioned below
Basilica of Bom Jesus
, Se Cathedral
, Medak Church, Gundala Church, St. Joseph's Cathedral, St. Mary's Church, Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
, Cathedral Church of the Redemption, Church of Our Lady Of the Mount
, Chapel of St. Catherine, Church Of Our Lady Of the Rosary, Church and Convent of St. Monica, Church of St. Cajetan, Church of St. Francis of Assissi, Church of St. Francis Xavier, Church of the Carmelites, Church of St. John of God, Church of The Cross Of Miracles, etc.
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