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U.S. scholar offers ‘pathways’ for college leaving class

March 8th, 2018 (0)
By Matters India reporter Darjeeling — Final year students of a hill’s college had a Fulbright scholar from U.S.A give ‘pathways’ — a life orientation proramme through performing arts. Prof Kanta Kochhar-Lindgren, a performance studies scholar and artist, directed ...

Bengal women pledge to be messengers of peace, mitigate migration

March 8th, 2018 (1)
By Matters India Reporter Kolkata: Women from many villages in West Bengal resolved to be messengers of peace and reduce distress migration. ‘Now is Time: Press for Progress’ was the theme the women decided to have for this year ...

Indian sisters tell Church to stress gender equality

March 8th, 2018 (2)
Both spoke how the Church needs to be relevant especially by listening to women creating space gender equality

Indian priest elected to international labor body

March 8th, 2018 (1)
By Matters India Reporter New Delhi: Father Jaison Joseph Vadassery from India has been elected as an Asian member of the governing council of an international Catholic organization that serves and protects uprooted people. Father Vadassery, secretary of Catholic ...

Renowned Christian Hindi savant finds new home

March 8th, 2018 (2)
Father Bulcke’s mortal remains will be shifted to Ranchi from Delhi

Sister Abhaya murder: Court acquits priest

March 8th, 2018 (1)
Thiruvananthapuram: A CBI court in Thiruvananthapuram on March 7 acquitted Catholic priest Father Jose Poothrukayil in the murder of Sister Abhaya while ordering a nun and another priest to face trial in the 26-year-old case. Sister Abhaya, a plus-two ...

Dalit vs Brahmin, Hindu vs Muslim: The failed anti-Modi narrative

March 7th, 2018 (2)
By Sriram Ramakrishnan Rohit Vemula, Akhlaq Khan, Junaid Khan, Una…..What is common to all these names? All (except Una) were individuals and victims of unspeakable, horrible tragedies. Two were were victims of mob lynching and Una witnessed the brutal ...

Treat women as equal citizens: Activist nun

March 7th, 2018 (3)
By Santosh Digal Sister Cynthia Mathew, a member of the Congregation of Jesus, is working as NGO representative at United Nations, New York, since November 2017. Earlier, she practiced as a lawyer in the High Court of Patna and ...

Pope Francis ‘too liberal, naive’ : US survey

March 7th, 2018 (1)
Americans still have a favorable opinion of Pope Francis after five years, but it appears some Republicans are growing weary of his leadership, a new survey Tuesday showed. The Pew Research poll found that 34 percent of American Catholics ...

Exorcists are back – and people are getting hurt

March 7th, 2018 (0)
Deborah Hyde Exorcism is intrinsic to Christianity. From driving possessed swine into a lake to expelling a spirit from a boy who foamed at the mouth, Jesus could reasonably be considered a therapeutic exorcist. So it’s hard to tell ...
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