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A martyr for justice, peace and love

I prayed a long time at his grave that his martyrdom will not go in vainRead More...

Lessons from a train passenger

Don't conclude about people too soonRead More...

Election, appointments and anonymous letters

Bangalore: When you write from the mind, it touches only the mind. When you preach from the heart, it touches the hearts of readers and listeners. So, I write ...Read More...

Why Kanhaiya Kumar’s speech is international news

Not freedom from India, but freedom in India - he declared. That's quite a slogan!Read More...

Why do Christians abstain from meat during lent?

What is the reason behind not eating of meat on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday? Is there any historical background for this? I wonder about the connection between Jesus’ ...Read More...

HALF MAST

Smriti Irani has caught the bull by the tail. And thereby hangs a tale of gross miscalculation and immaturityRead More...

At 12, I Was Moved From India To The US. How I Coped.

The first morning I woke up in America, I could smell bacon frying. I was nearly 12 years old. I had spent the night sleeping in the living room ...Read More...

Saying “good-bye” for now

January 17th 2016 – is being observed as the ‘World Day of Migrants and Refugees’ – it’s an appropriate day, I feel, to share with you a New chapter ...Read More...

Welcoming gays into the church: voices from India

‘This man is it. A Christian who is actually a Christian. He’s so Christian, he confuses other Christians with his Christian-like actions. If he were the pope when I ...Read More...

Glossary of 13 obscure Catholic words

How’s your Catholic IQ? If you’re a cradle Catholic and “Et cum spiritu tuo” slides easily off your tongue, you may still find yourself challenged by some of these ...Read More...
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