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Church helps Indore rag pickers cross milestone

By Saramma Emmanuel Indore: Rama Bai feels excited as one of her long cherished dreams has came true after three decades. “Now I have an identity and nobody can ...Read More...

How India’s ‘unreached’ tribal areas are being evangelized

Vatican City: Every day in the remote villages of Northeast India courageous priests and nuns are braving the elements of the wild – including tiger attacks and elephant stampedes ...Read More...

Northeast India Choral Competition brings togetherness in culture, music in Delhi

New Delhi: Music knows no boundaries, religion and caste. And music is all around us. Likewise, sound, rhythm, tune are no strange to the people of northeast region. Looking ...Read More...

105-year-old Indian among BBC’s “Most Influential Women”

Bengaluru: The message of female empowerment and equality can come in any form and one such exemplar of woman power undoubtedly is a 105-year-old woman from India who has ...Read More...

‘No fear, no shame, no hate’

‘My mission has always been to end the oppression of my people. The goal has not changed.’ Read More...

Goa’s connection with the Indian Orthodox Church

Thirteen kilometers away from the city of Udupi in Karnataka, nestled amid the verdant hills, lies the historically rich village of Brahmavar – an otherwise nondescript settlement that is ...Read More...

Congenital disorders, new challenge to Bhopal gas survivors

by Saji Thomas Bhopal: Manisha Ahirwar is only ten-year- old. She, unlike children of her age, attends regular sessions of physiotherapy and other exercises at a clinic meant for ...Read More...

Slain Missionaries of Charity nun revered as martyr

by Saji Thomas Family members and neighbors of Sr. Anselm Minj say the Missionaries of Charity nun who was killed in Yemen eight months ago by ISIS rebels is ...Read More...

Taize prayer nourished Asian bishops’ meet

By Santosh Digal Colombo: Taize prayer, an ecumenical form of worship, has become an integral part of the plenary assemblies of the Federation of the Asian Bishops’ Conference (FABC) ...Read More...

Sri Lanka’s “Little Rome” hosts Asian bishops

By T S Thomas Negombo: A sleepy coastal town dotted with churches, coconut trees, lagoons, beaches and fishing boats lived up to its image as Sri Lanka’s “Little Rome” ...Read More...
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