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Video claiming to show Fr. Tom Uzhunnalil

We have strong indications to believe that he is still aliveRead More...

Chicago cardinal meets with Indian Catholics

Cardinal Blase Cupich of the Archdiocese of Chicago met with the Indian-American Catholic community Dec. 10 in the first such historic Christmas get-together at the Waterford Banquets’ Grand Ballroom. ...Read More...

US President-Elect Trump Thanks Indian-Americans

Washington:  US President-elect Donald Trump has acknowledged the contribution of Indian-Americans in his electoral triumph, saying his victorious campaign did “great with the Hindus”.”We have a lot of people ...Read More...

Tamil Nadu chief minister seeks PM Modi’s help in church event

Chennai: Chief minister O Panneerselvam on Thursday sought the intervention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to facilitate the participation of all fishermen from the state, who wish to participate ...Read More...

US lawmakers concerned over India’s restrictions on Christian charity

Members of the charity organization appeared before a Congressional hearing.Read More...

Indian who walked 1,000 km in Dubai for justice returns home

New Delhi: An Indian man who had walked a distance of 1,000 km over a period of two years to attend court proceedings in Dubai just to obtain a ...Read More...

Tradition, family ties strengthen Oriental Catholics, FABC

By T S Thomas and Jose Kavi Negombo, Sri Lanka: Strong religious traditions and faith are the bedrock of the Syro-Malabar Church, one of the Oriental Catholic communities in ...Read More...

Hindu temple in UK considers ban on new 5 Pound notes

London:  One of the UK’s largest Hindu temples has urged worshippers not to donate any new 5-pound notes after it emerged they contain traces of animal fat. Sree Sanatan ...Read More...

Tribal communities are Asian Church’s future: Cardinal Toppo

By Santosh Digal and Jose Kavi Negombo: Asia’s first tribal cardinal has urged fellow bishops to pay more attention to indigenous people who he says are the future of ...Read More...

Distraught Indian in UAE sees ray of hope

Abu Dhabi: An Indian man who was forced to spend over eight months on the terrace of a building in UAE’s Ajman city is finally getting much needed offers ...Read More...
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