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Catholic bishops of Myanmar appeal for humanitarian assistance

The Church leaders called on “all concerned” to facilitate “humanitarian access to suffering and internally displaced people”

Another Catholic church in Myanmar hit by military junta’s airstrike

In southeast Myanmar, at least 654 houses and other civilian properties — including churches and schools — have been destroyed since May

Enough is enough, my dear Myanmar

The repugnant violence over the last ten months has offended the sensibilities of the world

The longest journey in life: from head to heart; from untruth...

After so many months of suffering, each one of us need to rebuild ourselves.

Agents of death are agents of the devil: Be agents of...

Cardinal Bo: "Let the darkness go away. Let the old order of hatred, ruthless power pass away. Let there be a new Myanmar"

Church in Myanmar welcomes Pope Francis’ appeal for displaced people

Pope Francis on Sunday appealed for help for the people of Myanmar, especially for those who have been displaced due to the conflict

‘The old things have passed away; a new world has come....

"Let us believe. Let us hope. Let the God of Moses who walked with the Israelites in the desert lead us to the promised land."

Christian churches continue to be under attack by Myanmar’s military, say...

Fighting in the eastern part of the country between the military and local militias caused damage to at least eight churches

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

Soldiers raid Catholic convent, interrogate priests in Myanmar

Six priests were taken to a police station where they were questioned for almost 24 hours

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