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Death penalty: Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith clarifies

The Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith today clarifying his statement on the Government moves to implement the death penalty, said that what he meant was that the State ...Read More...

New Evangelization chance to be rooted in Jesus, says Cardinal Tagle

By Matters India Reporter Manila: The Fifth Philippine Conference on New Evangelization (PCNE5) which is taking place in Manila from July 18 to 22 is a time to get ...Read More...

Pope Francis unexpectedly celebrates wedding of Swiss Guard

On July 14, the pontiff took over the role of officiating the wedding from Brazilian priest Father Renato dos Santos, who was as surprised as the couple and the ...Read More...

Philippine President apologizes for calling God ‘stupid’

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte apologized to the “all forgiving God” after being heavily criticized for calling God “stupid” in a controversial televised speech last month. Duterte, 73, made the ...Read More...

Young Pakistani Christians discuss on ‘Role of Youth in Nation Building’

By Matters India Reporter Islamabad: Young people have a role to play in nation-building in Pakistan, as it goes to general election on July 25. Role of young people ...Read More...

Johnson & Johnson to pay $4.7bn to women in talc cancer case

American pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay out $4.69 billion (£3.57 billion) in damages in a lawsuit representing 22 women and their families who alleged a talc sold by ...Read More...

A more united world is possible

By Matters of India Reporter Manila, Philippines: This is how one of the 75-member Indian delegations that attended the Genfest, the international youth festival of the Focolare Movement in ...Read More...

Protestant churches train church leaders to combat HIV/AIDS

By Matters India Reporter Kathmandu, NEPAL: The Protestant churches in Nepal and countries in South Asia have trained a group of church leaders to combat HIV and AIDS. In ...Read More...

Nuncio and bishops attacked in Nicaragua

Nicaraguan bishops and clergy were attacked by armed groups aligned with the government on July 9 as violence in the Central American country escalated and affected the Catholic Church, ...Read More...

Thailand: How boys were led out by divers

British, Australian, Chinese and Thai divers led them outRead More...
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