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- Catholic nuns of India’s toughest terrains
- New fight against child marriages in Hyderabad
- The woman who brought water, toilets to a village
- Lenten perspectives – 4: Jesus Christ as sinner-friendly
- Liquor policy: Kerala bishops warn government
- Rani Maria’s beatification blessing for Indian Church: Alencherry
- Court acquits "disobeying" Catholic nun
- India's top magazine selects nun for annual women award
- Lay evangelist pleads for exorcists in India
- Clergy sex abuse: High Court asks priests, nuns to surrender
- Kerala diocese removes priest arrested for sex offense
- Hindi troupe’s Lenten mission wows Kerala audience
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