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Indo-Nepal radio friendship marks anti-tobacco campaign

C.M. Paul Medchinagar: On the occasion of 30th anniversary of World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) two international FM radio stations joined hands to encourage a 24-hour period of abstinence ...Read More...

In historic move, Irish nuns give up three Dublin hospitals

Dublin, Ireland:  Ireland’s Sisters of Charity will end their management of three Dublin hospitals, the sisters have announced, saying they will hand over control to a group that will not ...Read More...

Kidnapped Filipino priest pleads for help in video

Marawi: A week after Islamist militants kidnapped some 240 Catholics in the Philippines, a video has surfaced online showing one of the hostages, Fr. Chito Suganob, calling for the ...Read More...

Robot priest marks 500 years of Reformation in Germany

Five hundred years after revolutionary printing presses spread news of Martin Luther’s radical call for church reform across Europe, technology is again challenging religious tradition in the small German ...Read More...

Oldest religious sister in the world dies at 110

The old religious sister in the world, Sr. Candida Bellotti, has died at the age of 110 in Lucca (Italy), on May 27. Born in 1907, Sister received a ...Read More...

Danish Jehovah’s Witness arrested after Russia raid

Moscow: Russian security forces have raided a Jehovah’s Witnesses service and arrested a Danish citizen in the latest move against the Christian group since Moscow banned it as an ...Read More...

Christian council’s theological training fills void in Timor-Leste

By Matters India Reporter Dili (Timor-Leste): “Christian Conference of Asia’s (CCA) grassroots ecumenical theological training programme is valuable in least developed countries, like Timor-Leste, as it is helping pastors ...Read More...

Sri Lanka floods, landslides: Death toll rises to 100

Ninety-one people missing and hundreds of homes destroyed after heavy rain triggers devastating flooding and landslides.Read More...

Eiffel Tower goes dark in solidarity with Coptic Christians

Paris turned off the lights of the Eiffel Tower at 12:45AM on Saturday to pay tribute to the victims of the attack in Egypt’s Minya that left at least ...Read More...

Necessity makes priests become engineers

Rome: Priests in Iraq are helping reconstruct around 13,000 homes in the Plain of Nineveh which have been damaged or destroyed by ISIS so that Christians will have a place ...Read More...
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