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Delhi government starts langar for currency ban victims

Free food distribution centers are set up at 10 placesRead More...

Two priests ordained in Odisha’s troubled Kandhamal

They were ordained in Raika on December 12Read More...

Birth control measures go against divine order: Idukki Bishop

Idukki(Kerala): A new pastoral letter from Idukki Bishop Mar Mathew Anikuzhikattil, published in the December issue of the diocese’s Sahyanadam bulletin, says all kinds of birth control measures are ...Read More...

Mumbai’s famous St Xavier’s bans ripped jeans

Mumbai: Lovin’ the grunge look with your faded and ripped jeans? If you are a student at St. Xavier’s college, better go and change before entering the premises. The ...Read More...

Sexual abuse: Catholic priest gets double life term

The Special Court also imposed 225,000 rupees as fineRead More...

Jayalalithaa’s death great loss for Dalit Christians: Church official

By Jose Kavi New Delhi: The Catholic bishops’ office that deals with Dalit and Backward communities in India has mourned the death of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa. ...Read More...

Franciscan nun killed in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Kinshasa:  An “odious crime committed against a peaceful and defenceless servant of God,” is how the Christians of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s South Kivu are mourning the murder of ...Read More...

Asian bishops end plenary consecrating families to Holy Family

By Santosh Digal Colombo: The Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conference (FABC) on December 4 ended their eleventh plenary assembly consecrating Catholic families in Asia to the Holy Family of ...Read More...

Pak Church wrestles with persecution, discrimination

By: T S Thomas Negombo, Sri Lanka: Blasphemy law has brought great misery and suffering to Christians in Pakistan, the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences was told. “In Pakistan, ...Read More...

Asian bishops fete Papua New Guinea’s first cardinal

By Santosh Digal Negombo, Sri Lanka: Papua New Guinea’s first cardinal has thanked bishops of Asia for sending missionaries to the Oceania continent. “I take this opportunity to thank ...Read More...
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