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Interview: Indian priest acquitted of attempting ‘forcible religious conversion’

Father George Mangalapilly, an Indian priest, was recently acquitted of the alleged crime of “forcible religious conversion"

Thailand’s Catholic education council calls for praying of Rosary with million...

The prayer marathon is part of the annual activity of the Aid to the Church in Need to pray for peace and unity in the world

Testimony: A Catholic nun who served in Afghanistan

'We can support the [people of Afghanistan] by providing cultural and civic education to help them live as free people'

Catechist, family members, imprisoned for evangelization efforts in Vietnam

The parish had no resident priests from 1952, when the last foreign missionary was expelled by the communists

Aid to the Church in Need raises concern for human rights...

Aid to the Church in Need warned that religious freedom "will be particularly under threat" under the Taliban

Interview: Catholic nurses come under fire from Muslim colleagues in Pakistan

In Pakistan, Christian nurses have suffered discrimination and even threats of physical violence from Muslim colleagues

Catholic aid agency extends help to India’s dioceses most affected by...

The aid measures will also help the poorest and most needy parishes to support those who are sick with COVID-19

Indian Jesuit’s death ‘should be wake up call’ for international community,...

Aid to the Church in need said what Father Swamy experienced and the "martyrdom" he endured was "unimaginable"

Aid to the Church in Need: Islamist terror targeting Christians is...

Though the Indonesia's Muslim population largely holds moderate views, radical Islamists are stepping up attacks against Christians

‘We must fight together if we want to survive,’ says Indian...

Despite the COVID-19 situation, Archbishop Leo Cornelio of Bhopal in central India sees promising signs in the fight against the disease

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