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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...

Social outcast turns ‘Saviour’ to 1000s of lost souls in Meghalaya

“Other than medical-family support and counselling, the remedy to drug addiction lies in being ‘Patient and Firm’ in the belief–‘I can still be a normal person and live a ...Read More...

Remembering Sister Valsa: ‘Now we feel orphaned’

Sr Valsa John was killed on the night of November 15, 2011Read More...

Keralites chill out at bank queues

At least 47 people have died in queues before banks in eight daysRead More...

Modi’s currency “round up” leads to queues, chaos

Tales of woes are reported from all over the country after the government demonetized currency notes on November 9Read More...

Christian women take steps to address clerical abuse cases

They also want to facilitate the gender sensitization of men, particularly bishops, priests and seminariansRead More...

Manipur woman exchanges 500-rupee note for 100

Despite the hardship, people welcome Modi's "cash wash"Read More...

Woman’s letter sheds light on workplace harassment

We like to believe that as a society, we’ve made a good amount of progress but as soon as a woman steps out of the house, reality hits us ...Read More...

Vrindavan widows break taboo, celebrate Diwali inside temple

Vrindavan has an ancient past, associated with Hindu history, and is an important Hindu pilgrimage siteRead More...
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