Rev. Fr. Raymond Cherubim, S. J. was born on 1st April, 1964 in a place called Chuhari
around a hundred km. North of Patna the capital of Bihar. He is a member of Patna
province of the Society of Jesus, an international catholic religious order. He was ordained a
priest in December 1998. and then onwards he has been engaged in various ministries in Bihar.
At present he is the Parish Priest of the biggest and the largest Parish of Bihar and also on
the faculty of St. Xavier’s College, Patna.
Matriculation (Xth.), Khrist Raja High School, Bettiah, West Champaran Dist, Bihar,
Intermediate (I.A.), Patna University, Patna, Bihar Intermediate Education Council, Bihar,
Bachelors Degree (B.A.) Hindi, Rajasthan College, Jaipur, University of Rajasthan, (1989).
Bachelors Degree In Philosophy, (B.Ph.) Gyan Deepa Vidyapeeth, Ramvadi, Pune, (1991).
Masters Degree In Arts, (M.A.) Hindi, University of Bombay, Mumbai, (1995).
Bachelors Degree In Theology, ( B.Th.), Vidyajyoti, Delhi, (1995-1998).
Doctorate in Hindi, (Ph.D.) Pune University, Pune (2007-2011).
Rev. Fr. Raymond Cherubim, S. J. was the Director of Prabhat Prakashan, a publication Centre in Patna, Bihar
from 1999-2007 and also was the Publisher and Sub Editor of ‘Sandesh’ a Hindi Monthly
Catholic Magazine. He worked as the Editor and Publisher of ‘Krus Veer’ a Hindi Monthly
Catholic Magazine for Children.
Rev. Fr. Raymond Cherubim, S. J. has published Hindi Moral Science Series for Std. I-X. for the schools which
were published in the year 2000, by Prabhat Prakashan, Patna, Bihar. He has also edited the
following books in Hindi- Prayashchit, Hindi Novel, Ajnabi, Collection of Short Stories,
Santon Ki Jeevaniya, Biographies of Saints etc.
Rev. Fr. Raymond Cherubim, S. J. has translated a few books in in Hindi - The Little Prince (Nanha Rajkumar)
and The Principals of Panchsheel (Panchsheel Sidhdhants). He has many articles and stories
published in the local magazines and papers. He is also a musician and has brought out
many songs in CD form and has compiled a hymnal called Geet Manjusha, which are used
in the churches of the Archdiocese of Patna and in many other dioceses of India.
Rev. Fr. Raymond Cherubim, S. J.