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Why Diwali-observing Hindu family celebrates Christmas

The Christmas carols play in the background while my 9-year-old daughter and I decorate the tree. It’s propped up in a corner of our living room, the green limbs ...Read More...

Christmas is Birth of God’s Tenderness!

He came to befriend the lowly and down trodden – the last, least, lost and those sans Labor, Lodging & Land – with the warmth of tenderness and mercy ...Read More...

Wanted: CEO for peace unlimited

Shortly after the Paris carnage I, perchance, read a column in The Times of India, by Jug Suraiya, an avowed agnostic/atheist. He asserted that such turmoil could never end ...Read More...

What If….?

Only one thing matters -- being humanRead More...

What If….?

1.30 am. I stepped out of office after my night duty. A strong gust of cool wind blew. It meant just one thing: Rain. It was raining heavily somewhere. ...Read More...

Milk and Martyrs

First the milk part. There was a cauldron of fresh milk kept amidst a group of people. Seeing it lying unattended one of the bystanders siphoned off some in ...Read More...

Pope calls for ‘synodal’ church

Pope Francis’ speech, which explains how to live “Synodality” is the very core of Christian living for all from Pope at the top to the pauper Lazarus at the ...Read More...

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...
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