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Dalit Liberation Theology: Interview with James Massey

Hindutva has no place at all for the Dalits, the Adivasis, the ShudrasRead More...

Village of warriors turns bouncers’ birthplace

Villages on the outskirts of Delhi are undergoing tremendous changesRead More...

Living in harmony with nature

It is risky, adventurous, tedious going to the interior villages and trying to empower the poorest of the poorRead More...

Rice Bowl program changes world

Catholic Relief Services began its Lenten tradition of supporting hunger relief 40 years agoRead More...

Priest’s Drop Box saves hundreds

Seoul – In Seoul, the capital of South Korea, hundreds of infants are abandoned on the streets every year. The problem became so severe that one Korean pastor decided ...Read More...

Place of Promise — and Providence

A special village for girls is changing lives in northern IndiaRead More...

Training teachers to take aim against Taliban

Peshawar – Gunfire rang out as Fatima Bibi squeezed off three shots, hitting her target every time. Then she lowered her Glock pistol, turned to her fellow academics and ...Read More...

Pope gives a saint and healing touch to Sri Lanka

Colombo: With his 48-hour visit to Sri Lanka, Pope Francis has set a unique record that statisticians will have to figure out the exact details. Over three fourths of ...Read More...

The good neighbour: Hindu woman saves Muslims from rioters in Bihar village

Azizpur – A Hindu woman who saved lives of 10 Muslims in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur district during the recent clashes in which five people died is being hailed as a ...Read More...

“My godfather’s sainthood brought tears to my eyes”

When Pope Francis proclaimed Joseph Vaz a saint shortly before 9 am on January 14, an estimated million-odd devotees attending the canonization ceremony broke into jubilation amid thunderous applause. ...Read More...
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