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Historical Note

The Congregation of the Order of the Imitation of Christ (OIC) which is also known as Bethany Ashram, was founded by the late Archbishop Mar Ivanios OIC on 15th August 1919. The Congregation aims at following Jesus Christ in his life of prayer and action, realized in Oriental monastic tradition and Indian sanyasa which are aimed at the evangelization of India through the spiritual renewal of the Malankara Catholic Church (Holy Rule of OIC Ch.1:4).

In order to train its priestly candidates effectively and to expose them to the multicultural context of India, Bethany Fathers with the help of Cardinal Eugene Tisserant established Bethany Ashram in Pune on 1st May 1955. It was officially christened as St. Mary’s Bethany Scholasticate. Bethany Ashram was an integral part of the Pontifical Athenaeum, the forerunner of today’s JDV. Though one with JDV in all academic matters, the members of the Ashram always felt the need of preserving their identity in matters of ecclesial and spiritual traditions, religious charism and of cultivating them. Such values were zealously preserved in our religious and ecclesial life, and cultivated through a vital link between Bethany Ashram and the Malankara community in Pune.

Gradually, as the concept of the Church as a living communion of individual Churches emerged in the ecclesial horizon of the Church in India, the members of OIC were urged to act as the thinking cell of the Malankara Church. Priestly formation had to be adapted to the exigencies of an emerging and expanding Malankara Church. When it comes to the formation of religious priests the charism of each religious community needs to be taken seriously.

Thus it became a felt need to give due importance to the Oriental ecclesial genius and the Indian religious tradition in the formation process of the Bethanians.

To respond positively to this demand, a study programme was finalized by the General Council of the Order of the Imitation of Christ (OIC) and was submitted to JDV for approval. Fr. Lionel Mascarenhas, the then Rector of JDV, by his letter of 25th June 1983, communicated the approval of the programme to the then Superior General, Rev. Fr. John Berchmans OIC. The programme was accredited to the B Th. degree of JDV. Thus began the OIC extension centre. This regional theology centre for Oriental and Indian studies was named Bethany Vedavijnana Peeth (BVP) by the General Council of the Congregation on 22nd July, 1992.

Approaches

We integrate theory with praxis, theology for the pastoral exigencies of the Church and of the Congregation. The catechetical programmes of Sundays in parishes, Bethany Bible Studies, Teens Orientation Camps, Field work programmes in the realm of Contextual Theology programme, etc. are some of the means to articulate this. The publication of a periodical, conducting national and international seminars, sermon practice under the guidance of the BVP Resident Staff are some of the means to keep us abreast with the day-to-day dynamics of theology.

FUNCTIONING OF BVP



1. Chancellor

The Superior General of the Order of the Imitation of Christ is the Chancellor of BVP. It is his responsibility and privilege to animate and guide the BVP according to its vision and objectives and to keep up its academic excellence. The Chancellor does all appointments / confirmation / termination of the office bearers and the staff of BVP.

2. Director

The Director of BVP is appointed by the Chancellor, for 3 years, from among the members of the resident staff. The Director, besides the duties mentioned herein, should be the co-ordinator of studies. As such he will be responsible for the academic functioning of the institution and acts as the liaison person between BVP and JDV. The Director is the convener of the Academic Senate, the Faculty Council and Staff Convention. It is his responsibility to execute the decisions of the BVP Academic Councils.

3. Staff

The Chancellor in accordance with Holy Rule no.255 and the norms for JDV extension centres appoints the members of the staff. There should be resident staff of at least 3 regular teachers. To be a member of the resident staff a person must reside at Bethany Ashram, Pune or in the city of Pune. He will be deemed regular teacher if he holds a doctorate in Theology; or a doctorate in Indology or in one of the human sciences, with at least a Master’s degree in Christian Theology, from a recognized university.

The Director submits all appointments of the resident staff to JDV Theology Faculty Council Meeting for its approval. Besides the resident staff the Chancellor appoints associate staff members who are competent to teach the subjects assigned to them. They are usually members of the Order of the Imitation of Christ.

For the smooth academic functioning of the BVP, in accordance with the syllabus prepared for each year the Director invites other competent teachers to teach in BVP with the consent of the academic senate and in consultation with the Chancellor. The service of a member of the staff of BVP is terminated by the Chancellor by recall or transfer of the member that takes place in accordance with the Holy Rule. The services of the staff members are evaluated from time to time in the competent forum. The results are communicated to the Chancellor in due time. It is the right of the Chancellor to take a final decision on such matters.

The Academic Councils



For the efficient functioning of BVP there are academic councils working at the different levels of its administration.

1. The Academic Senate

The Academic Senate is the competent body in all matter concerning the general academic policies of the BVP. It is the serious responsibility of the Academic Senate to see that through the theologizing process in BVP an earnest effort is made to develop a theology in accordance with the vision of BVP. It recommends members to the Chancellor for appointment as staff, with due consideration of the provisions of the Holy Rule.

2. The Faculty Council

The Faculty Council is the meeting of the entire resident staff. The Superior of Bethany Ashram, Pune, is an ex-officio member of this Council. To this, associate staff of the BVP may be invited. A student representative is called to this council. It is convened and presided over by the Director. It meets at least thrice in a year. It is the competent body in academic matters such as fixing up the yearly syllabus, evaluation of the courses offered in BVP, evaluation of the staff, etc. They can also suggest the names of future staff members to be trained and appointed in BVP. The academic senate executes decisions and recommendations of the Faculty Council.

3. Staff Convention

The entire staff - resident, associate and visiting teachers of BVP are called to a meeting once in a year. The Chancellor, Provincial Superiors, the General Formation Coordinators and the Provincial Formation Coordinators are invited to the convention. The Director convenes the Staff Convention. He organizes the meeting in consultation with the Chancellor and fixes the topic, date, time and place of the meeting. This meeting is aimed at fostering better understanding and communication, of the theologizing process in BVP, through a seminar organized for this purpose. The convention ends with a business meeting to evaluate the overall functioning of the BVP in accordance with the vision of BVP. The Chancellor presides over the business meeting. In his absence the Director chairs it.

BVP Staff Convention 2013 - report



BVP staff convention-2013 was conducted on Tuesday 28th May 2013 at Jeevaram, Mavelikkara. Frs. Jose Mariadas OIC, Jose Kuruvilla OIC, Mathai Kadavil OIC, Philip Vysanethu OIC, John Berchmans OIC, Chrysostom Kulathintemelethil OIC, Sylvester Kanjiramukalil OIC, Martin Premanand OIC, Joshua Kuttiyil OIC, Geevarghese Kuttiyil OIC, Isaac Parackal OIC, Mathew Thiruvalil.OIC and Br. John Vinod OIC were present. The meeting began with a short bhajan and prayer and Fr. Philip Vysanethu.OIC, the director of BVP welcomed all the participants. In the introductory address Fr. Jose Mariadas, the Superior General spoke:

BVP is in her thirties. In this thirty years 100 students have finished their B.Th programme in BVP and fifteen of them have acquired Doctorates from various universities. BVP must have something unique which the students do not get from JDV or elsewhere. Our members who finished their doctorate are sometimes appointed in other fields. This affects the academic functioning of BVP. Unless the instructors of BVP involve fully in academic field BVP cannot achieve its academic excellence. The deeper one goes better will be the perception of the reality. BVP should form an Oriental methodology. It should become a research centre where one can do theology in the M.Th and doctorate levels. There should be evaluation of the professors. Let us all work for the betterment of BVP.

After the introductory talk of Fr. Superior General, Fr. Philip Vysanethu OIC, the director of BVP presented a short paper, BVP in its thirties- yesterday, today, tomorrow wherein he explained briefly a short history of BVP, its functioning, relevance of theologizing, its merits and concerns. The summary:

In order to train its priestly candidates effectively and to expose them to the multicultural context of India, the Order of the Imitation of Christ with the help of Cardinal Eugene Tisserant established Bethany Ashram in Pune on 1st May 1955. It was officially christened as St. Mary’s Bethany Scholasticate.

As the concept of the Church as a living communion of individual Churches emerged in the ecclesial horizon of the Church in India, the members of OIC were urged to act as the thinking cell of the Malankara Church. Priestly formation had to be adapted to the exigencies of an emerging and expanding Malankara Church. When it comes to the formation of religious priests the Charism of each religious community needs to be taken seriously. Thus it became a felt need to give due importance to the Oriental ecclesial genius and the Indian religious tradition in the formation process of the Bethanians.

To respond positively to this demand, a study programme was finalized by the General Council of the OIC and was submitted to JDV for approval. Fr. Lionel Mascarenhas, the then Rector of JDV, by his letter of 25th June 1983, communicated the approval of the programme to the then Superior General Rev. Fr. John Berchmans OIC. The programme was accredited to the B Th. degree of JDV. Thus the OIC extension centre was established. It was named Bethany Vedavijnana Peeth (BVP) by the General Council of the OIC on 22nd July, 1992.

This is the 30th year of OIC Extension Centre. Ever since the establishment of OIC extension centre hundred students are qualified by Bethany Vedavijnana Peeth. Therefore it is high time we evaluate the BVP and its contribution to the congregation, to the Church and to the world. In the strict sense this is not a regional theologate but an Institute for Oriental and Indian studies in the field of theology. Though it comes under JDV, BVP has its autonomy and it is highly appreciable that JDV respects this autonomy, at the same time it is very serious about the extension centres.

Today (Functioning)

1. Chancellor

The Superior General of the Order of the Imitation of Christ is the Chancellor of BVP. It is his responsibility and privilege to animate and guide the BVP according to its vision and objectives and to keep up its academic excellence. The Chancellor does all appointments / confirmation / termination of the office bearers and the staff of BVP.

2. Director

The Director of BVP is appointed by the Chancellor for 3 years, from among the members of the resident staff. This appointment is to be approved by the Vice chancellor of JDV. The Director should be the coordinator of studies. As such he will be responsible for the academic functioning of the institution and acts as the liaison person between BVP and JDV. The Director is the convener of the Academic Senate, the Faculty Council and Staff Convention. It is his responsibility to execute the decisions of the BVP Academic Councils.

3. Staff

The Chancellor in accordance with Holy Rule no.255 and the norms for JDV extension centres appoints the members of the staff. There should be resident staff of at least 3 regular teachers among which one should hold a PhD in scriptural studies. To be a member of the resident staff a person must reside at Bethany Vedavijnana Peeth, Pune or in the city of Pune. He will be deemed regular teacher if he holds a doctorate in Theology; or a doctorate in Indology or in one of the human sciences, with at least a Master’s degree in Christian Theology, from a recognized university.
The Director submits all appointments of the resident staff to JDV Theology Faculty Council Meeting for its approval. Besides the resident staff the Chancellor appoints associate staff members who are competent to teach the subjects assigned to them. They are usually members of the Order of the Imitation of Christ.

For the smooth academic functioning of the BVP, in accordance with the syllabus prepared for each year the Director invites other competent teachers to teach in BVP with the consent of the academic senate and in consultation with the Chancellor. The service of a member of the staff of BVP is terminated by the Chancellor by recall or transfer of the member that takes place in accordance with the Holy Rule. The services of the staff members are evaluated from time to time in the competent forum. The results are communicated to the Chancellor in due time. It is the right of the Chancellor to take a final decision on such matters.

The Academic Councils

For the efficient functioning of BVP there are academic councils working at the different levels of its administration.

1. The Academic Senate

The Academic Senate is the competent body in all matters concerning the general academic policies of BVP. It is the serious responsibility of the Academic Senate to see that through the theologizing process in BVP an earnest effort is made to develop a theology in accordance with the vision of BVP. It recommends members to the Chancellor for appointment as staff, with due consideration of the provisions of the Holy Rule. The academic senate executes decisions and recommendations of the Faculty Council.

2. The Faculty Council

The Faculty Council is the meeting of the entire resident staff. The Superior of Bethany Ashram, Pune, is an ex-officio member of this Council. To this, associate staffs’ of BVP may be invited. A student representative is called to this council. It is convened and presided over by the Director. It meets at least thrice in a year. It is the competent body in academic matters such as fixing up the yearly syllabus, evaluation of the courses offered in BVP, evaluation of the staff, etc. They can also suggest the names of future staff members to be trained and appointed in BVP.

3. Staff Convention

The entire staff - resident, associate and visiting teachers of BVP are called to a meeting once in a year. The Chancellor, Provincial Superiors, the General Formation coordinator and the Provincial Formation coordinators are invited to the convention. The Director convenes the Staff Convention. He organizes the meeting in consultation with the Chancellor and fixes the topic, date, time and place of the meeting. This meeting is aimed at fostering better understanding and communication, of the theologizing process in BVP, through a seminar organized for this purpose. The convention ends with a business meeting to evaluate the overall functioning of the BVP in accordance with the vision of BVP. The Chancellor presides over the business meeting. In his absence the Director chairs it.

B.Th Study Programme

Bethany Vedavijnana Peeth (BVP) follows a B.Th study programme that is accredited to the B.Th programme of Jnana-Deepa Vidyapeeth (JDV).

Course Content

All the courses on Liturgy, Sacraments, Oriental Canon Law, Spirituality, Indian Church history, Pastoral Theology and courses on Dogmatic Theology like Mariology, Ecclesiology, Ecumenism, Sacraments and Pneumatology are offered in BVP for its students. Other courses are attended in JDV. The courses offered in BVP keep the historical, cultural settings and at the same time reflect on how its content is lived in the Oriental Churches in general and particularly in the Malankara Church.

A student of BVP is expected to obtain 122 credits (A credit is a unit of study equivalent to 15 periods of class and a corresponding period of personal work, 30 hrs. in all) during the four years B.Th course. This includes the basic and optional courses offered by JDV and BVP.

Schedule of Lectures

The daily schedule of classes in BVP shall be, in the order of precedence, in the forenoon, afternoon or evening. The courses will be scheduled in consultation with the professor concerned and it will be ensured that the courses scheduled for each year are taken in the stipulated time itself.

B.Th Essay

The BTh essay of two credits is to be completed before January 31st of the third academic year of B.Th. The topic of the essay should revolve around an Oriental theme especially in the light of the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church. The guide chosen for it can be a member of the BVP teaching staff or Theology Faculty in JDV.

Comprehensive Exam

The B.Th comprehensive examination is conducted in the 4th year during the month of October by a board of three Professors. One among them will be designated by the Dean of Theology Faculty in JDV and the other two by the Director of BVP.

Relevance of BVP and theologizing

The aim of BVP is very clearly expressed in its vision statement and objectives:

Vision statement: We aim at an integral understanding of God, world and human being as presented in Christian tradition from an Oriental Christian perspective, rooted in the West Syrian tradition and Indian religious heritage, contextualizing in the life of the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church.

Objectives:

We give stress to the Oriental ways of theologizing. The Liturgy, the locus theologicus of theologizing in the Orient is its functional foundation. The West Syrian liturgy is this locus for us. We also aim at harmonizing Oriental Christian theology with the Indian spiritual traditions.
Our context of theologizing is the Malankara Catholic Church. It undertakes the research and development of its history and patrimony - liturgical, theological, spiritual, disciplinary and cultural. Called to be a sign of communion, we involve in research and study that caters communion with our non-Catholic Sister Churches.
Studying Bethanian spirituality, the source of monastic spirituality in the Malankara Church is our cherished goal.
An interdisciplinary approach to translate theologizing into the multifaceted socio-cultural realities and pluri-religious and multi-ecclesial situations help us to respond effectively to the situation of our country.
The aim of BVP is clear from the vision statement:
i. Integral understanding of God, world and human being
a. presented in Christian tradition from an Oriental Christian perspective
b. rooted in the West Syrian tradition and Indian religious heritage
c. contextualizing in the life of the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church
The Courses offered by JDV is not enough to our students especially in the realm of moulding a spirituality soaked in the oriental theology in the Sitz im Leben of Malankara Church. Acknowledging this reality only we were permitted to establish an extension centre of JDV under its nose, i.e. in the same campus. All other extension centers and regional theologates are far away from JDV campus, either in Kolkata or in Karnataka. Claiming to be autonomous we must be able to provide courses as many as possible, even to the extent of reaching out our service to the JDV. Since it is the extension centre of JDV, the requirements of the instructors are the same as that of JDV. This fact was affirmed in the plenary session of the JDV Theology Faculty meeting conducted in February 2013.
Tomorrow (Relevance)

Though the aim and the motive of BVP is clear from the vision statement our students and to a certain extent the instructors are not aware of/convinced of the uniqueness of oriental courses dealt with in the BVP. Therefore let me take up a few examples which would explain a few perspectives of the Oriental studies on Eucharist, Church, Mary, mother of God etc. Since Liturgy is the locus of theology let us begin from there:

From Eucharist to Ecclesia and vice versa

The request of the priest “Pray brethren that I may be counted worthy to celebrate this life giving Sacrifice for the whole Church” contains the very nature of the Eucharistic theology which takes us to a Eucharist-centered ecclesiology. Here the first lesson is that the Eucharist is celebrated for the whole church - a cosmic liturgy which is revealed in its ecclesial perspective. Every Eucharistic celebration is in the Church and for the whole Church. Here the importance of the worshipping community is stressed where the priest and the community constitute together a worshiping community. The worthiness of the priest is not merely his academic qualities or other merits but the merit of the praying community. An example can be taken from OT (Cf. Ex.17:11ff- Aaron and Hur holding the hand of Moses). This shows the inseparable relation between the pastor and the flock, a sort of ontological existence. This rich ecclesial experience celebrated in the Liturgy is taken out into the ecclesial life. Nobody will deny that in the Malankara ecclesiastical context the relation of the priest with the congregation is deeper than that of other ecclesial communities (Of course there may be exceptions). The one who has done the theology of Eucharist in BVP should develop this pastoral dependency that as a pastor one belongs to the community which in turn cares for the pastor through prayer and support. Our students should be able to download to their life this sense of ecclesial belonging from BVP.

Resurrection oriented Eucharist

The main thrust of the Oriental liturgies on ‘Resurrection’ is very much expressed in the celebration of H. Qurbono. Let us take one of the examples: The Oriental Fathers were very particular to celebrate the Eucharist after the 3rd qaumo of the night vigil or early in the morning, but not in the Evening. This ‘time’ is related with the first apparition of the Risen Lord. Even the pessaho-Qurbono is celebrated not in the evening but early in the morning. This explicitly explains that to them even the ‘time of the Eucharistic celebration’ itself was Easter-oriented.

Mariology

In the Oriental tradition the image of Mary, mother of God is always portrayed with the Child Jesus which indicates to a healthy and mature Mariology of the Oriental Church, which is deeply rooted in Christology and Ecclesiology. The terms used in the Latin tradition such as ‘Our Lady of Perpetual help’, ‘Our Lady of sorrows’, ‘Mother of Carmel’, ‘Velankanni Matha’, ‘Koratti muthi’, ‘Our Lady of Fathima,’ ‘Our Lady of Lourdes’ etc. are strange to the Oriental tradition where Mary is venerated always as Mary, mother of God. She is the Mother of the Church. The term ‘Mother’ is a ‘living myth’. When this myth is demythologized then it gives the message of ‘unconditional love’, ‘caring’, ‘baring’, ‘joy’, ‘trust’, ‘sorrow’, ‘anxiety’ etc. Often demythologization takes away the beauty of the myth. In other words, a ‘mother’ concept cannot be simply reduced to ‘mother of perpetual help’ or ‘mother of sorrow’, instead it points out to the totality of life. Sometimes this tendency of giving different names leads to a sort of unhealthy piety where a competition arises which is often oriented to a sort of commercialization-“from where will one get more favour or profit!!! Nowadays shrines are mushrooming in the name of Velankanny matha (not in the name of Mary, mother of God!!!) in the Malankara catholic context too. We all know the motive of this. This unhealthy piety simply exploits the simple faith of the people. Mother is a mystery. The concept of ‘mother’ is most important in Indian culture and spirituality. To the Indians, ‘India’ is not their ‘Father land’ but she is their ‘Mother land’. So too for the Oriental fathers the motherhood of Mary is a mystery and above all she is the greatest mystic. A student who has done Mariology in BVP should be able to develop a healthy mature devotion to Mary, mother of God, which should be devoid of (material) profit motive.

These are only a few examples to show the relevance of BVP. Every course offered by BVP should have something unique. Since our religious congregation is expanding its missionary horizon the course on mission should be intended to equip the students to explore the possibilities of evangelization in the given context, obviously a context going beyond the horizon of Malankara.

Conclusion

After finishing thirty years of academic career it is high time for BVP to be equipped for providing facilities in higher studies. The future of BVP depends on the resident staff and other instructors. To equip them and make them available only for this assignment can really change the face of BVP. I hope the discussion will focus on this matter.

After the speech of the director of BVP Br. John Vinod OIC, the students’ representative was allowed to speak. The summary:

In arranging the courses and classes the students are satisfied especially in the last academic year. They have a very positive expectation of BVP. However, some of the instructors seem to be not much interested in their course. Some of them come without sufficient preparation and do not provide a class note. Certain professors fail to understand the students and are very ‘rigid’ while the professors in JDV are more ‘flexible.’ Unfortunately some of the introductory courses were given at the end of the second year or third year of theology. The students are in the opinion that certain instructors of BVP are rather ‘partial’ in granting marks. The BVP instructors are often in a hurry to finish their courses and too many classes are conducted in a day. Naturally this causes too much stress and tension on students because they have to attend courses in JDV too. They suggest that in BVP three classes (maximum four) per day is ideal.

The open discussion hour was very constructive and positive. Some of the suggestions and opinions:

• The development of BVP is in three levels: Chancellor, director and staff. Everyone should be aware of the directives of BVP.

• The achievement of BVP depends on the pre-BVP programme.

• There are students with academic excellence and there are students who are below average. The students who are good in studies should be encouraged to achieve maximum excellence. At the same time those who are weak in academic matters should be encouraged to develop their abilities.

• To improve BVP we must seek help from the professors of JDV and from abroad.

• The theology taught in BVP should concentrate more on Oriental theology which is to be differentiated from Eastern theology.

• The courses must have a foundation of Biblical and patristic tradition

• As far as possible a general theme can be selected for B.Th essay and the students can write their papers on the various dimensions of it, which can be published as a book.

• Instead of going back from the decisions of General Synaxis especially in matters pertaining to BVP, we must strengthen them.

• As far as possible the provincial representation in the academic councils should be ensured.

• Every basic course should have a syllabus proposed by the faculty council and approved by the senate.

• Class note should be given for every course.

• Every course should be evaluated.

• An evaluation on evaluation may be necessary.

Decisions taken in the BVP staff convention-2013

1. The director of BVP is entrusted to study the feasibility of starting M.Th course in BVP and to submit the report to the General Council.

2. Every subject taught in BVP should have a syllabus which is approved by the BVP Faculty council and Senate.

3. Class note should be provided for every Subject taught in BVP.

4. Every course should be evaluated.

On behalf of the director of BVP, Fr. Isaac Parackal thanked everyone and the meeting was concluded with the noon prayer.

Philip Vysanethu.OIC

Director, BVP

Invitation to IV BVP Colloquium 2016



Dear Bethanians,

On behalf of Bethany Vedavijnana Peeth (BVP), we are delighted to invite you to participate at the IV BVP THEOLOGICAL COLLOQUIUM, which will be held from 8 – 10 January 2016 at Bethany Ashram, Ramwadi, Pune. The theme of the Colloquium is: Breathing with Two Lungs – Complementarity of the Orient and the Occident in Theologizing Today. Please find the details of the speakers and papers in the brochure attached herewith.

Bishops, Superior General, Provincial Superiors and BVP and JDV Staff will be the special dignitaries of the Colloquium. Those who are doing higher studies in various fields and especially, the young priests those who are involved in the academic and pastoral fields are highly recommended and expected to participate in this great event of theological interaction and deliberation of our Congregation.

Please accept this email as personal invitation to you. If you wish to participate in this colloquium, please inform us before 22, December 2015.

Email: gayyanethoic@yahoo.com

Mobile Nos:

Fr. Philip Vysaneth 9665474822

Fr. George Ayyaneth 8289918559

Fr. Cyril Anand 8698714184

Fr. Arundas Desari 9421362842

We request your valuable prayers for the smooth functioning of the Colloquium and look forward to welcoming you in Pune!

Best regards,

Philip Vysanethu OIC George Ayyaneth OIC

Director, BVP Colloquium Coordinator

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