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Asia’s largest gay pride parade held in Taiwan

Taipei: A sea of rainbow flags and glitzy costumes filled downtown Taipei on Saturday as tens of thousands marched in Asia’s largest gay pride parade, the first since Taiwan’s ...Read More...

Sudanese church leaders charged with causing sound pollution

Five Sudanese Christians arrested, but later released, last Sunday on 22 October have now been charged with causing sound pollution through overly loud church services. The five church leaders – Ayouba ...Read More...

Pope Francis speaks to International Space Station cosmonauts

The experience with Francis lifted the astronauts’ perspective of life on EarthRead More...

FABC to hold confab on business sector’s response to Laudato Si

By Matters India Reporter Mumbai: The Climate Change Desk (CCD) and the Office of Human Development (OHD) of Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences (FABC) in collaboration with FABC Central ...Read More...

Pro-life campaigns help abortion rate drop by 25%

Washington: Pro-life advocates have made a lot of progress changing hearts and minds for life in the past decade. From 2008 to 2014, the abortion rate dropped a full 25 ...Read More...

World has 1.1 billion “invisible” people

More than one third are children susceptible to violence whose births have not been registeredRead More...

Global Catholic population increases by 12.5 million

The number of Catholics in the world increased by 12.5 million in 2015 to a total of nearly 1.3 billion people. Figures reported by the Fides News Service show ...Read More...

US university to perform American professor’s musical on Teresa

It uses Bhairavi rag in the second portionRead More...

Sultan’s gift holds significance for church

Over a hundred years ago, Jean Casimir Saleilles, head priest of the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, had to haul the heavy brass bell to ...Read More...

In rare move, pope prays for Malta after journalist is slain

Pope Francis on Friday  joined the chorus of shock over the car bomb slaying of Maltese investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, sending a note expressing his condolences to the ...Read More...
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