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Differently-challenged café a hit in Varanasi

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Fortune-seeking Indians celebrate vibrant Ganesh festival

Mumbai — The couple approached the 14-foot statue of the god Ganesh on Wednesday, hands folded, believing with all their hearts in his powers as the one who removes ...Read More...

Burundi’s nuns roll up their sleeves for peace

Rome: Burundi, a country that is tottering between war and peace, sadly falls into that category of countries that can never breathe one hundred percent easy. For the past ...Read More...

The brutal, powerful 9/11 stories of Catholic priests

New York City: On the clear, sunny morning of Sept. 11, 2011, Fr. Kevin Madigan heard an explosion overhead. He grabbed oils for anointing and ran out the door ...Read More...

Nuns save snake bite victims in central India

The hospital records show that it has treated more than 100,000 patients in the last 25 yearsRead More...

Tipping point of India’s caste system Is ‘fast approaching,’ Bishop Joseph D’souza says

The “dam is bursting” on India’s discriminatory caste system, says Bishop Joseph D’souza, who told The Christian Post that the demise of India’s prejudiced social order could likely come ...Read More...

From an office at a church to realizing the GSLV dream: ISRO’s journey

India’s first operational GSLV flight using an indigenous cryogenic engine took off from the second launch pad at India’s rocket port at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh on Thursday. The ...Read More...

When Church plays the role of matchmaker

Kochi: The Syro-Malabar Church on Tuesday launched a mobile application for its matrimony portal, Syromalabarmatrimony .com. According to the Church sources, there are more than 40, 18,204 members in ...Read More...

What Teresa canonization means to Indians

Vatican City: On September 4, Mother Teresa of Calcutta was officially declared a saint by Pope Francis. CNA spoke with Major Archbishop Baselios Cardinal Cleemis of the Syro-Malankara Catholic ...Read More...

Mother Teresa: The Saint who loved fun, chocolate and icecream

But there was another school of thought: Australian feminist Germaine Greer called her a "religious imperialist" and to British polemicist Christopher Hitchens Mother Teresa was "a fanatic, a fundamentalist ...Read More...
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