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Prominent Burmese Christian leader in poor health in prison

Myanmar’s military, which seized control of the government in a 2021 coup, routinely uses criminal defamation laws to punish its critics

Cardinal Bo urges Christians in Myanmar to be ‘wounded healers,’ instruments...

Cardinal Bo has repeatedly appealed for a peaceful return to civilian rule and respect for human rights

Christians, churches in Myanmar under siege for aiding displaced poor, victims...

Church leaders said the persecution happened because Christians chose to be with the suffering people caught in the middle of the conflict

Myanmar prelate leads food distribution to poor families during holidays

The prelate said that instead of hosting parties he collected money for Christmas gatherings and donated it to the poor

Christian clergymen, places of worship targeted under Myanmar’s junta

At least five Christian clergymen have been killed and four others are in detention in Myanmar

Myanmar’s Catholic faithful back ‘no Christmas carol, no decor’ call

“By avoiding Christmas celebrations and parties, we show that we are involve in the fight against injustices"

No singing of Carols, no decors, no parties this Christmas in...

"Rejoice with those who rejoice and weep with those who weep," said Bishop Lucius Hre Kung of Hakha

Human rights groups decry continuing crackdown against Christians in Myanmar

A rights activist says Christians have been targeted by a military that has been pursuing a "Buddhist nationalist agenda”

Christians in Myanmar village reconsecrate church after military occupation

The soldiers reportedly used the structure "without any regard" and "did disgraceful things" such as throwing away Bibles and hymn books

‘An earnest appeal’ of Cardinal Charles Maung Bo of Myanmar

Statement of Cardinal Charles Maung Bo of Yangon following the reported attack on churches in eastern Myanmar

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