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Myanmar conflict: a state of unprecedented turmoil and suffering, Cardinal Bo...

The conflict has already left more than 100 places of worship bombed or damaged, said Cardinal Charles Maung Bo

Cardinal Bo appeals for transformation of war instruments into tools of...

“Together, let the world pledge to transform instruments of war into tools of peace, and all fears into unwavering trust"

Cardinal Bo: Lent is ‘365 days of real suffering’

Cardinal Charles Maung Bo said Lent teaches the human family great lessons about “liberation from oppression, self-purification, and hope”. 

The Long March Towards the Synodality of Hope, Peace, and Justice

"Asia is the birthplace of the world’s major religions, and it was in this region that Jesus’ message first took root."

Cardinal Bo: Synod on Synodality is ‘a long march of hope...

The cardinal said that many Catholics across Asia are enduring the painful reality of the “Way of the Cross.”

‘Let us continually gaze upon the Cross,’ Cardinal Bo tells faithful

Cardinal Bo led the celebration on the top of Alam Udang Bum mountain in the Diocese of Myitkyina in Myanmar with more than 30,000 attendees

Jesus heals us 

Let every soul that has ventured here seeking Jesus' blessings return, having received the fullness of His healing grace

Asian bishops unveil website dedicated for Synod

Bishop Sebastian Francis said the Synod “is a privileged moment to continue the threefold dialogue with cultures, religions, and the poor”

The shepherd and the road to peace

A bishop, like the apostles, is a miracle maker. Yes. The Bishop can become a miracle maker, bringing peace and prosperity to the people

UPDATED: FABC head lifts Radio Veritas Asia’s ‘suspension’ 

“It is imperative that we continue to go forward with the work of RVA in proclaiming the Good News in Asia"

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