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Easter is running into the unexpected

The first century events that are recalled at Easter are filled with people being met by the unexpectedRead More...

ISIS needs ‘Assisian‘ responses, not sniping crusades

Re-communing with the divorced world of youths is a priority task for next October’s second Synod on FamilyRead More...

Being Christian in India

Those screaming ‘conversion’ should know that even all the might of the British Raj could not succeed in enticing a serious number of Hindus into the flockRead More...

Citizens are not beggars

Unfortunately in India both bureaucrats and politicians live in ivory towers, beyond the pale of the common manRead More...

English knit India together

I have been provoked enough to write this, provoked by this piece by novelist Aatish Taseer, “How English ruined Indian Literature” in The New York Times. I need to ...Read More...

You too Brutus, sounds Cat calls: Kejri’s Doubtful Credentials?

Come clean Kejri, Good-by to ominous silence, make up with towering founding members, nay invite them into inner circle to listen humbly, learn diligently, disagree agreeably, graciously, to concentrate constructively on governance, turning ...Read More...

Challenges to Religious in 21st century Asia

Today’s Church woefully needs more men and women with pastoral wisdom and prophetic courage to venture beyond confines of juridical carapace  Read More...

“India’s Daughter” — Illegal, anti-women, anti-national

The film does only degrades women' dignity and depicts them as sexual commodities and of lesser valueRead More...

Call for E-Fasting

E-fasting  helps regain our lost freedom in the fanciful garden of gadgets and reassert our right to be united with God and fellow humansRead More...

Bhagwat’s derogatory statement

Mother Teresa never preached, she practiced what she believedRead More...
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