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Catholic youth who shuns distractions to translate Bible

He shared his passion for God’s Word with Jesuit scholastic Joseph Jerald during a recent visit to Vidyajyoti

Ten countries in need of prayers for peace

In many parts of the world, the beginning of the new year will not be a time of peace. They need our prayers

Four Asians among missionaries ‘murdered’ in 2023

“All the baptized, whatever their position in the Church or their level of instruction in the faith, are agents of evangelization"

Indian bishops call for prayer for Manipur, conflict-stricken regions on Christmas

Ethnic violence has ravaged the northeastern Indian state of Manipur since May 3, leaving thousands homeless.

Laudato Si’ Movement appoints new executive director

Launched eight years ago, the Laudato Si’ Movement derives its name from Pope Francis’ encyclical on caring for our common home

Nuncio to Thai bishops: ‘Build bridges of understanding’

He implored the bishops “to use your influential voice and position to effect positive change” in the lives of the Thai people

The Indian nun who fasts at Ramadan

For the past 30 years, Sister Gerardette Philips has regularly fasted during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan

When the Church gathers, it’s Christ who unites us

It is the Word of God that corrects very short-sighted human views

How will Malaysian govt respond to landmark case over use of...

In the multicultural country ‘Allah’ is the ubiquitous term for ‘God’, adopted by Muslims and Christians alike

The Lenten life

Season of Lent reminds us that there is a greater life to be lived, a life made so precious by the victory on Calvary

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