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Embracing non-violence

October 2, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, has been declared as the UN International Day of Non-ViolenceRead More...

Dik ka dard (Heart pain)

My dil aches for my country and its acche dinRead More...

Old churches — more than just a structure

Old churches are replaced without a scant regard for historical sentimentsRead More...

Following God’s timeline in Tanzania

By Sr Vimala Martin Tanzania: My missionary life has brought to work in Tanzania, east Africa. Let me say something about Tanzania before I share about my missionary experience. ...Read More...

Give peace a chance

September 21 is the International Day of PeaceRead More...

Holy disobedience

By: Margaret Gonsalves Shakespeare says, “An honest tale speeds best, being plainly told.” Telling stories, a very feminine way of communicating wisdom, has always been very popular in India. I ...Read More...

‘This is our life. We are missionaries’

Lissy Maruthanakuzhy It was the desire to become a missionary that brought me to the Daughters of St. Paul in Mumbai, western India, more than four decades ago. There, ...Read More...

Mother Teresa: Epitome of Compassion

September 5 is the feast of Mother Teresa, who began her missionary work in India as a teacherRead More...

Who are the real Indians?

An Onam specialRead More...

Becoming an ambivert in Philippines

Filipinos value families as we Indians doRead More...
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