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Women who taught me service

Each one of them has challenged me and is challenging me to use the different talents God has given me for the welfare of othersRead More...

Dear, dear

The communications age is easing human relations, but official self-importance remains unabated.Read More...

Joy of love in a family

Reading “The Joy of Love,” the post-synodal Apostolic Exhortation of Pope Francis, inspired me to reflect on my family relationships, the years spent together in the company of my ...Read More...

Muhammad Ali — My tryst with the Greatest

A magician who always broke new grounds wherever he went and paradoxically kept intact his almost childlike innocence and a sense of wonderRead More...

What makes a place? Its people

When you travel you make beautiful memories, stretch your boundaries and learn something new. I have traveled and also lived for a few years in different parts of the ...Read More...

May: Mother Mary’s month

Mary will always stand by us as she did standing with her Son at the foot of the CrossRead More...

New President elect of Philppines thrives off hate speech

The newly elected president of the Philippines is a tough-talking sexist who thrives off of hate speech and populist anger. If this reminds you of another high-profile US politician, ...Read More...

Government’s development plans systematically erase tribal identity

Acts such as offloading a tribal activist bound for London show the fundamental lack of a regime whose policy moves are literally ending tribal lives at a mass levelRead More...

Birthday musings

Birthdays remind us of one more day near to eternityRead More...

On the train to Guwahati: A missionary’s journey

The joy of a missionary comes from welcoming inconveniences, "expecting the unexpected,Read More...
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