Matters India |Sunday, December 17, 2017
Here: Home » International

International

Australian bishops oppose forcing priests to reveal confession details

Vatican City: The bishops of Australia have indicated that they will resist the Royal Commission’s proposal that priests be legally obligated to disclose details of sexual abuse revealed in ...Read More...

New International Journal of Asian Christianity in the offing

By Santosh Digal Manila: A noted Indian theologian and researcher has conceptualized a new journal of Asian Christianity. The International Journal of Asian Christianity (IJAC) is a first of ...Read More...

Pakistan’s ‘Mother Teresa’ Dr Ruth Pfau passes away

Dr Ruth Pfau, a German doctor and nun popularly known as Pakistan’s ‘Mother Teresa’ for dedicating her life to eradicate leprosy in the country, died on Thursday at a ...Read More...

‘Stop offering euthanasia’: Pope Francis

Pope Francis has ordered a Belgian Catholic charity to stop offering euthanasia in its psychiatric hospitals. In May, the Brothers of Charity group announced it would allow doctors to perform ...Read More...

Catholic Youths in Asia assert unity in diversity

Matters India Reporter Yogyakarta: The 7th Asian Youth Day, a congregation of over 2000 Catholic youths from 22 Asian countries concluded in Yogyakarta, Indonesia’s cultural capital with a call ...Read More...

Priest stabbed during Mass at Mexico City cathedral dies

Mexico City: Father José Miguel Machorro, who was stabbed in the neck and torso mid-May at the conclusion of Mass at the cathedral of Mexico City, died while at ...Read More...

Vatican official says the Pope ‘loves China’

Beijing : A Vatican official visiting Beijing says the pontiff “loves China” — a communist country which has yet to establish official diplomatic relations with the Holy See. “Pope ...Read More...

U.S. Catholic communications expert first woman to be Signis president

Brussels: U.S. communications expert Helen Osman has begun a four-year term as the new president of Signis, the World Catholic Association for Communication, based in Brussels. An internationally recognized ...Read More...

Asian Youth Day people urged to assert Christian identity

An Indian bishop on Sunday urged young Catholics at the 7th Asian Youth Day in Indonesia to affirm their Christian identity by knowing Jesus and getting closer to Him. ...Read More...

New bishop succeeds in Hong Kong ‎

A new bishop has succeeded in the Diocese of Hong Kong in continental China. Coadjutor Bishop Michael Yeung Ming-cheung of Hong Kong became bishop after Pope Francis accepted the ...Read More...
Page 20 of 154« First...10...1819202122...304050...Last »
Show Buttons
Hide Buttons