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Lessons from morning walk

To get to know my people and reach their hearts I need to get my feet dirty walking through their by lanesRead More...

Why turmoil in the Synod?

A take on apparent confusions at the Rome synodRead More...

Being a single parent is fulfilling

Early in 2013, a few months after Reena Bose* decided to adopt a child, she approached the Missionaries of Charity, Kolkata – the most prominent of the 16 orphanages ...Read More...

Church diktat goes against unconditional love Jesus preached

Christianity is a religion of love, plain and simple. Add to that, we now have a liberal-minded pope, known for his ‘progressive’ views on, among other issues, abortion and ...Read More...

Village where scribes are outcasts

It is strange though that the villagers consider us a bigger threat than politicians who have kept the tension alive Read More...

Not My Idea of India

Last month, I was reading Nathuram Godse’s statement to the court in his defence of murdering Mahatma Gandhi. The statement published in the form of a book titled ‘Why ...Read More...

From jaws of death to life of thanksgiving

A Catholic nun narrates how she survived a train accident that killed 30 wounded scoresRead More...

George Paul Sir and Fine Art of Fine Arts

SUPW — Four alphabets that were meant to shape our lives in addition to the usual subjects in school: Socially Useful and Productive Work. Yes, that was SUPW. Classes ...Read More...

Ordain women, please: A nun’s plea to Pope Francis

Sr. Kane today is praying and pleading definitely for zero tolerance of inequality in the ChurchRead More...

Are you from Jesus?

Encounter with Goa's migrant laborersRead More...
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