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The Buddha’s Wife

In telling us the imaginative lost story of Yasodhara the authors give us a lamp for our troubled timesRead More...

Women as Equal Disciples – Unfinished Task of the Church

Vatican Council II opened up a whole new world for women in the ChurchRead More...

‘A Censor Is Seated Inside Me Now’: Hometown Wrath Tests a Novelist

New Delhi: Perumal Murugan, who was celebrated here on Monday as a major Indian writer, looked a bit miserable in the big city. The son of an illiterate soda-pop ...Read More...

Works of Love are Works of Peace

Ignatius Press has recently released a softcover photobook tribute to the life of soon-to-be saint Mother Teresa. Works of Love Are Works of Peace: Mother Teresa and the Missionaries ...Read More...

Mother Teresa’s failed critics

Mother Teresa will be canonized on Sept. 4 — the Sunday of Labor Day weekend. Already a saint in the eyes of most people, regardless of religion, she is ...Read More...

A Feast of Vultures

The Hidden Business of Democracy in India Josy Joseph, Harper Collins, Non-fiction, Rs 599.00 Josy Joseph draws upon two decades as an investigative journalist to expose a problem so ...Read More...

A Broken Man

In the book “Unposted Letters” the author says Sales managers make the mistake of working with the under-producers and non-performers, trying to get them to be more productive, while the ...Read More...

Eat Dust: Mining and Greed in Goa

The book explains how mining in Goa is affecting ecology, water bodies and cultureRead More...

I Still Think of You

A novel for all age groupsRead More...

Soul of Christ – Meditations on A timeless Prayer

Ever since one of my sisters told me that she likes to pray “Soul of Christ” each day after communion, I too took a liking towards this prayer. And ...Read More...
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