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’37 yrs in India and I’ve never faced public hostility, until now’

I was surprised to hear yesterday that some people had come to my partner Bela’s house near Jagdalpur and instigated her neighbors against her. They took out a procession ...Read More...

Martytrdom of Mother Teresa nuns – a reflection

The news about the martyrdom of Sr Anselm and her three Missionaries of Charity colleagues in Yemen on March 4 had left me speechless and devastated. “Why Lord? I ...Read More...

What a never-say-die woman taught

Strong determination and the fire within can make a difference in the lives of manyRead More...

Crucifixion: Murder, Suicide or Sacrifice?

Right to die is duty to serveRead More...

Can woman serve as pastor or ordained priest?

I had the privilege of teaching feminist theology to students in theological institution. The subject matter is very interesting because it deals with the understanding of God from women’s perspective. ...Read More...

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...
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