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Cardinal Sarah calls Catholic priests to spiritual renewal in new book

Families play an important role in supporting priests, encouraging people to invite priests into their homes to pray and converse

Catholic priests call for UN intervention in Indonesia’s Papua region

The priests support moves to invite the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights “to come, see and hear the actual human rights conditions"

Can priests and religious endorse political candidates?

In practice, priests who run for public office need to renounce their ministerial functions or are suspended from exercising them

Catholic priest, nun succumbed to COVID-19 in Myanmar as hundreds die...

Hundreds more bodies than usual are being taken for funerals every day in Myanmar as a new wave of COVID-19 sweeps through the country

More Catholic priests getting sick of COVID-19 in Myanmar

At least 20 of the 54 priests in the Diocese of Kalay in the country’s Sagaing region are currently sick of either COVID-19 or common flu

Another Catholic priest dies of COVID-19 in Myanmar; more deaths reported...

Myanmar’s efforts to contain the pandemic were dealt a substantial blow when the military orchestrated a coup d’état in February

India’s Catholic priests, religious line up for vaccination after more than...

At least 400 priests and nuns have died in India due to COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic last year

Catholic priests appeal for end to attacks on churches in Myanmar

Reports from the communities said that soldiers have also taken over churches and used these as camps

Pope Francis reminds priests to be ‘shepherds with the smell of...

“A priest who has no sense of humor, does not like it, something is wrong," said Pope Francis

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