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Asian Christian Youth mark Easter in Indonesia

By Matters India Reporter Manado, Indonesia: Songs and dances of celebration filled the Maesa Open Stadium as participants of the Asian Ecumenical Youth Assembly, together with thousands of faithful ...Read More...

Nothing justifies chemical weapons in Syria: Pope

Vatican City: Pope Francis on Sunday, April 8, condemned the use of chemical weapons in Syria after a suspected attack in an opposition holdout in Eastern Ghouta killed dozens ...Read More...

Teen arrested over ‘satanist’ attack on UK Catholic church

Police have arrested a 17-year-old youth after a church in Great Yarmouth in the east coast of England was attacked and desecrated. CCTV footage showed a man setting small ...Read More...

China bans online Bible sales

Beijing: The Chinese government has banned online retailers from selling the Bible, moving in the wake of new rules to control the country’s burgeoning religious scene. The measures to ...Read More...

Seminarian who carried cross at Pope’s Easter Mass dies

Rome: Friends and fans called him a “gentle giant,” a faithful “prayer warrior” and a Clark Kent whose superman power was helping people grow in holiness and faith. “I ...Read More...

Priest murdered during Holy Week in El Salvador

San Salvador: Fr. Walter Osmir Vásquez Jiménez was shot and killed the afternoon of March 29, Holy Thursday, on a dirt road outside of the town of Lolotique, El Salvador, ...Read More...

China says bishop selection does not breach religious rights

Beijing: Restricting the Vatican’s control over the appointment of bishops in China does not infringe on believers’ religious freedom, a Chinese official said Tuesday, amid historic negotiations between Beijing ...Read More...

4 members of Christian family killed in Pakistan

Quetta: Four members of a Christian family were gunned down in southwestern Pakistan on Monday, police said, in the latest attack on the minority community. The family was travelling ...Read More...

Manila Cathedral to display blood relic of Pope John Paul II

This is the first-ever blood relic of the great Pope still in liquid form stored in a glass container here in our country,' says the Manila CathedralRead More...

The crumbling colonial-era churches of Pakistan

St George’s Cross billows above the castellated twin towers of the Cathedral Church of the Resurrection. Inside, beams of light pour through stained-glass windows onto choir stalls and memorial ...Read More...
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