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Catholic nuns share ‘secrets’ to young people to promote vocation

In predominantly Muslim Indonesia, most Catholics have no idea what is “consecrated life” all about

Religious congregation offers quarantine shelter in Sumatra’s Tanjungkarang diocese

On Saturday, Indonesia reported 1,588 deaths due to the pandemic, bringing total fatalities to 105,598 since the pandemic began

Catholic Church in Jakarta converts pastoral center into COVID-19 isolation ward

Nearly 90 nuns, priests and other carers are looking after about 60 patients in the Samadi center

Ordination of new Indonesian bishop postponed due to COVID-19

Bishop-elect Fransiskus Tuaman Sasfo Sinaga of Sibolga diocese in North Sumatra was found to be positive of COVID-19

Burying the dead has become a mission for Catholic couple in...

Preparing the dead for burial has become a mission of a Catholic couple in a parish in Indonesia

Catholic man in Jakarta starts blood donation drive for remote Indonesian...

Donating blood to the troubled area "is a gesture of profound humanity that goes beyond social status," said the man behind the campaign

Catholics in Papua hit Jakarta’s tagging of separatists as ‘terrorists’

Catholic Church leaders in Papua signed a letter appealing for an end to the conflict, saying that a “violent struggle will never succeed”

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