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Church in Sri Lanka to begin canonization process for hundreds killed...

Some 216 Catholics from two different churches, St. Sebastian and St. Anthony, “were massacred in cold blood” in the attack.

Pope Francis beatifies John Paul I

John Paul I “embodied the poverty of a disciple” through his “victory over the temptation to put oneself at the center"

Pope John Paul I reminds us of the essence of the...

The beatification of John Paul I is an invitation to rediscover the humility that allows the virtues of faith, hope and charity

Filipino girl, believed to have been healed by new French saint,...

Angel Marie Vier Albaracin Degamo from Clarin, Bohol, was one of those who offered gifts to the pontiff during the canonization Mass

How a Hindu became the first layperson in India to be...

Devasahayam Pillai, from what is now the southern state of Tamil Nadu, converted to Catholicism in 1745 while working at the royal palace

Hermit, martyr, and journalist among new Catholic saints

A Frenchman murdered in the desert, a Dutch priest killed in a Nazi concentration camp, and an Indian lay convert are among the 10 new saints

Titus Brandsma canonization in May ‘a gift to Philippines Carmel’

“It is a great consolation for us to have someone from a not-so-distant generation praying and interceding for us in our current struggles"

India prepares for canonization of country’s first lay Catholic saint in...

Blessed Lazarus (Devasahayam) Pillai of India is among those who will be raised to the altars on May 15, 2022

Lay catechist who served poor in diocese may be Philippines’ next...

Bishop Mylo Vergara of Pasig said catechist Laureana Franco has lived a "heroically virtuous life worthy of imitation"

Catholic Indian lay person among ‘blesseds’ to be declared saint by...

The Vatican announced that Blessed Lazarus (Devasahayam) Pillai of India is among those who will be raised to the altars in the coming months

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