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God’s Bank and unholy transactions

Former pope Saint John Paul II had used the Vatican Bank to “fund” the Solidarity movement in his native Poland. The Bank, which was a “haven for mobsters, mafia ...Read More...

The Visions of Sadhu Sundar Singh of India

Sundar Singh burnt Bible copies before his encounter with ChristRead More...

Why do US Christians leave Church?

People are leaving church, but not necessarily leaving their faithRead More...

Dispelling misconceptions of the Holy Spirit Church

In a bid to satiate the appetite of history lovers, Valmiki Faleiro, journalist, former municipal president of Margao and keen history student has written ‘Soaring Spirit- 450 years of ...Read More...

‘The Upstairs Wife,’ by Rafia Zakaria

In the mid-1950s, when the Pakistani prime minister Mohammad Ali Bogra falls in love with his secretary, it occurs to him that according to the Islamic principles on which ...Read More...

School Counsellor’s Diary

A School Counsellor’s Diary by Loya Aagarwala a psychological counsellor working with adolescents for the last ten year aims to bridge the gap in the modern Indian parent-adolescent relationship. ...Read More...

Borders And Margins: Re-Visioning Ministry And Mission

Edited By Dexter S. Maben Year of Publication: 2015, Pages: 536, Paper Bound, Printed Price Rs: 480.00 (New Arrival Released On March 04, 2015) Borders And Margins, Re-Visioning Ministry ...Read More...

Indian Catholic priests find growing role in the West

Reverse missionary flowRead More...

Uncovering the political lies

Why I am the least bothered about the present crisis in the Nagaland state of India The reasons for my apathy and indifference are because of the following reasons: ...Read More...

Gandhi and the Popes: From Pius XI to Francis

Gandhi’s influence at the VaticanRead More...
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