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Arunachal diocese commemorates pioneer missionaries’ martyrdom

By Felix Anthony Miao: August 2 is an important day for the people of Arunachal Pradesh’s eastern region. On this day, Catholics in eight districts of the northeastern Indian ...Read More...

Priests’ Grand Conference begins at Palakkad

By:  Smitha George Palakkad,Kerala: A unique 6-day residential conference attended by 15 bishops and around 1360 priests, including world renowned evangelists has started at the Sehion Retreat centre in Attapady ...Read More...

Indonesia experiences golden season of Christian religious vocations

While European countries suffer from a lack of priests, and religious vocation seems increasingly unattractive, Indonesia, the most populous Muslim state in the world, is experiencing a golden season ...Read More...

Nun celebrates Catholic wedding in Canada

Cindy and David had their religious wedding on Saturday, July 22, celebrated by… a woman. The exceptional ceremony took place in a Catholic church at Lorrainville, 650 km west ...Read More...

Clergy union to address issues facing priests

The AUC is meant primarily for the diocesan priests, but open for collaboration with the Religious Read More...

Philippine bishops plan Bible for every family

The campaign began in 2008Read More...

Christian family converts to Hinduism in Mangalore

Monteiro family had become Christians 40 years agoRead More...

Vocational training conducted for dropout girls

Felix Anthony Miao: Seva Kendra Arunachal East (SKAE), the social service wing of the Diocese of Miao, concluded its six-month vocational training and awareness programme for dropout girls and ...Read More...

Pope phones garbage collector who lost legs in accident

Buenos Aires, Argentina : Maximiliano Acuña is a garbage collector in Buenos Aires who earlier this year was injured in a serious accident that left him without legs. On Tuesday, ...Read More...

Cathedral dedicated to Mother Teresa due to be consecrated

Pristina, Kosovo: A cathedral dedicated to St Teresa of Calcutta is due to be consecrated on September 5, the 20th anniversary of the saint’s death. Pope Francis has appointed ...Read More...
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