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Priest brings a touch of India to US county

Fr Machado went to the US in 2008Read More...

Mumbai’s last surviving Armenian

Mumbai: The famous Dalal Street, home to the Bombay Stock Exchange, always looks like a place that’s in a hurry to go somewhere. Tall and old buildings mark that ...Read More...

No missing case reported at world’s largest religious gathering

Some 8 million people took part in Kumbh Mela this yearRead More...

Pro-life sidewalk counselors surprise abortionist client

The street in front of an abortion center can be a place of prayer … a place of conversation … a place of conversion. Here’s a story from one ...Read More...

This man doesn’t want water wasted at Kumbh Mela

'Releasing dam water for a holy bath is the most unholiest thing to do.'Read More...

The feast of flowers

We celebrate the feast of Nativity of Our Lady on September 8. The birth of Our Lady is celebrated by the Catholic Church all over the world. Churches do ...Read More...

The bitter story behind the UK’s national drink

Assam : Several of Britain’s biggest tea brands, including PG Tips, Tetleys and Twinings, have said they will work to improve the tea estates they buy from in India ...Read More...

Mixed marriages challenge Asian families

The new trend is the result of the technological revolution of recent years that has brought drastic changes in how young people form relationshipsRead More...

Indian nuns discuss how attacks, rapes affect ministry

Despite the attacks and hardships, Catholic nuns say they have the satisfaction of doing something for people forsaken by othersRead More...

Horrid stories of human trafficking

Traded umpteen times by husbands, young moms want justiceRead More...
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