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Brazilian goalkeeper turned priest highlight of this year’s Clericus Cup

The Vatican’s Clericus Cup soccer tournament returns this weekend for its 11th season.    As of Saturday, 372 footballing priests and seminarians from 66 countries will take part in ...Read More...

Abducted Malaysian pastor suspected to be murdered

More than two weeks since the abduction of Malaysian Christian pastor, Raymond Koh, his son has filed a second police report on suspicion that his father has been murdered, ...Read More...

Pope sets example : chooses electric car

Pope Francis has accepted a 100 per cent electric car in a pilot project to help the Vatican become an “emission-free mobility” state. The Vatican seeking to become one ...Read More...

Philippines takes big step back towards death penalty

Manila: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte`s campaign to bring back the death penalty for drug-related crimes has cleared a major hurdle, with supporters backing it in congress but critics denouncing ...Read More...

Pakistan plans to end separate status for ‘tribal areas’

Pakistan's seven tribal districts are home to some eight million residents, mainly ethnic PashtunsRead More...

Rome sees rise in Benedict XVI scholars

Rome: The theological legacy of Benedict XVI continues, four years after his pontificate came to an end. A group of graduate students has gathered around the Ratzinger Foundation to ...Read More...

Albanian artist creates giant staple mosaic of Mother Teresa

Multiple record-breaking artist Saimir Strati from Albania has achieved a new Guinness World Records title for the Largest staple mosaic for his enormous portrait of Saint Mother Teresa. The ...Read More...

These 17th century monks did a beer fast for Lent

Washington D.C.- As Ash Wednesday kicks off the Lenten season, Catholics enter into 40 days of abstaining from sweets, technology, alcohol and other luxuries. But did you know that ...Read More...

British Queen plays host to India

London: The grey, grim and wet wintry weather in London on February 27 was lifted by a unique image projected of India’s national bird – peacock – across the ...Read More...

Faith puts Ghana at heart of global Christianity

By Matthew Mpoke Bigg Accra: Ghana is embracing the Christian faith with a fervour that is increasingly shaping its national identity. The country is central to a wave that ...Read More...
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