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A miniscule response to the call of synodality

When we journey with one who needs a companion, we respond to the challenge of synodality

China trying to control religion in Hong Kong, says Catholic priest

The priest said many Christian leaders are reluctant to speak out against the CCP’s actions for fear of being detained

Philippine Catholic Church urged to be missionary, to work in fringes...

“The ones we are sent to might not even be very far from us — they are around us, in the peripheries,” said Bishop Pablo Virgilio David

Asian bishops’ communication institute to hold ‘truth forum’

The theme “Guide me in your Truth and teach me” will be discussed by two known Church experts in media and social communication

Catholic archdiocese in India breaks fast with Muslims, other faiths

Archbishop Couto of Delhi said the gathering "bodes well for brotherhood among people of different cultures and religion"

Holy See, Vietnam agree to strengthen ‘dialogue,’ ‘mutual trust’

Representatives of Vietnam and the Vatican engaged in "in-depth discussions" on the relations between the states during a meeting in Hanoi

EARTH DAY 2022: No more vegetables in the market?

Changing weather has halved the amount of produce arriving at markets in Manila. A Catholic priest, his "drug reformists" and women farmers may have a solution in their "Saklay" farm

Unanswered questions in Sri Lanka’s Easter Sunday bombings

Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, archbishop of Colombo, talks about the result of the investigation into the 2019 Easter Sunday bombings

Filipino faithful urged to continue sharing Good News of Christ as...

The National Mission Congress in Cebu will officially close the celebrations for the “500 Years of Christianity in the Philippines”

Cardinal Charles Bo of Myanmar prays for ‘healing’ as he greets...

“We have suffered enough. Now we look towards the ending of all this,” said the cardinal, referring to the conflict in Myanmar

SPOTLIGHT: Fighting climate change one seed at a time

When crops turned into dead twigs, the Diocese of Sagar in India supported local farmers' move towards food security and climate-resilience

Photos: ‘Penitensya’ (A Holy Week devotion in the Philippines)

Penitents consider these acts to be mortification of the flesh to ask forgiveness for sins, to fulfil a vow, or to express gratitude

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