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Moral policemen and kisses of love

The so-called moralists tend to hibernate when women are attacked and killedRead More...

The dove and the crow

Chhotebhai The morning after the election results were out was chilly, not just because of the chilling results. A chill wind was indeed blowing, one that could bode ill ...Read More...

A biblical mantra for crises

Romans 8:28 is the most inspirational and motivational Bible verse in my lifeRead More...

Education makes refined person

By: Leena Jacob SJA I am a native of Kerala, the land of God’s own country. I did my schooling in a convent run by nuns. As I grew ...Read More...

Women and men share same values, hopes, needs

One of concerns of society is gender equalityRead More...

By way of celebrating a woman

Portrait of the woman as a motherRead More...

Teachers, perpetrate not this atrocity

Young people should know that it is incompatible with human dignity to be used as tools by othersRead More...

Joy of accompanying college students

By: Sr. Surekha Nayak “Look back and get experience Look forward and see hope Look around and see reality Look within and feel confidence.” This is what I have ...Read More...

Some Lenten thoughts: Being with the other

The church is showing her maternal side, her motherly face to a humanity that is woundedRead More...

Unusual encounter with death

Valson Thampu It is now a year since Paul Kalanithi’s When Breath Becomes Air was published (February 2016). Not surprisingly, it has made its way into the Booker list ...Read More...
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