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Corruption, wealth polarization weaken Korean family

By T S Thomas Negombo: A Korean archbishop has called for urgent intervention by the Church as families in his country are facing increasing divorces and suicides amid economic ...Read More...

Vulnerability should not deter preaching Gospel: Cardinal Tagle

By Santosh Digal Colombo: An Asian Church leader has urged bishops of the region to follow the example of St Francis Xavier to proclaim the Gospel to the poor ...Read More...

“Youngest cardinal” enlivens FABC meet

Cardinal Fernandez is among the three new cardinals of AsiaRead More...

Oklahoma priest declared first American martyr by Pope Francis

Vatican City: An American missionary priest killed in Guatemala in 1981 has moved a step closer to being named a Catholic saint after Pope Francis declared him the first-ever ...Read More...

Women’s desk needs more attention from Asian bishops: secretary

by T. S. Thomas Negombo: Asian bishops have given their women’s desk greater importance in the past three years, but not at par with their other ministries, says a ...Read More...

Asian bishops fete Papua New Guinea’s first cardinal

By Santosh Digal Negombo, Sri Lanka: Papua New Guinea’s first cardinal has thanked bishops of Asia for sending missionaries to the Oceania continent. “I take this opportunity to thank ...Read More...

Indian-American executives charged with fraud in US

Washington: Two top Indian-American executives were on Thursday arrested in the US for allegedly misrepresenting their company’s finances to inflate its stock price. Nandu Thondavadi, 62, CEO of Schaumburg-based ...Read More...

Christians should not fear speaking about their faith : British PM

Christians should not be afraid of of speaking “freely” about their faith at work and in public places, Theresa May has said. The Prime Minister said people should be ...Read More...

Sri Lankan families need healing in post-war era: Bishop

By T S Thomas Negombo: Catholic families in Sri Lanka are yet to recover from the horrors of war and violence, the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences (FABC) was ...Read More...

Childless couples, elderly challenge Catholic families in Japan

By T S Thomas Negombo: Decrease in birth rates and increase in aged parents are posing some visible threats to the family life in Japan, one of the few ...Read More...
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