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A Buddhist monk’s challenge to clergy of all religions

The time has come to take such commitment to apocalyptic fulfillment through an apolitical mass movementRead More...

India Intolerant!

In the run-up to the General Elections of 2004, the ruling BJP and their allies in the NDA, coined a slogan ‘India Shining’. That ‘India Shining’ campaign was basically ...Read More...

World Day Against the Death Penalty

Today 140 countries (two- thirds of the world) have abolished the death penaltyRead More...

Disasters: Bridging divide between health aid workers and vulnerable communities

There are different ways to define a disaster conventionally. Disasters are defined based on the destruction of human capital. Here the primary question asked is “how many people have ...Read More...

Ban on women’s ordination debated

The question is whether this ongoing discussion will be guided by reason, sentiment or pious faith in the Faith of papal pronouncementsRead More...

Why are we afraid of Agnes of God?

The issues raised in the play are relevant to Christian women in IndiaRead More...

Jesus is beyond insults

I cannot in my faith find reason to call for a ban on a mere playRead More...

Pope Francis embodies what it means to be Catholic

For Catholics, social justice is not an option, it is a Gospel imperativeRead More...

Pope, President at ease in the Oval Office

The Welcome Ceremony for Pope Francis at the White House on Wednesday morning was attended by some 15,000 people. Amongst them was Vatican Radio’s Seàn-Patrick Lovett who is travelling ...Read More...

Testing waters, testing times

The people of India need to wake up and act, before it is too lateRead More...
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