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Christian activists in India hit ‘repetition’ of gov’t move to study...

The activists said it will only prolong the issue of granting reservation to the poorest in the country

Priest who inspired Dalit movements in southern India dies

Father P Antonisamy, who was an inspiration to scores of Dalit priests, religious, and lay faithful in India, died on Sept 6 in Pondicherry

India’s first Dalit cardinal vows to be ‘missionary of compassion’

The Indian Church leader said his elevation to the College of Cardinals is in keeping with Pope Francis’ “care for the poorest of the poor”

With new Dalit cardinal, will India’s Catholic hierarchy stop caste hegemony?

The synodality process in the Indian Church needs first of all listening to the critical voices of the marginalized and excluded

Catholic bishops in India’s Tamil Nadu state urged to empower Dalits

The group said that if the bishops fail, the movement will launch protest actions

Dalits of India call for ‘change of heart’ in Catholic Church’s...

The letter was released on the eve of the scheduled National Thanksgiving Prayer Service in honor of St Devasahayam, an Indian layman

India’s first Dalit cardinal vows ‘to help as many poor children...

The future cardinal reflects on how the caste system still has remnants and what it is like serving India’s “untouchables”

Creation of Dalit cardinal ‘sign of hope’ for Catholics in India

“This a sign that the Dalits have hope in the Church through the Holy Father”

Catholics in India welcome creation of first Dalit cardinal

Archbishop Anthony Poola of Hyderabad, who was born in a Dalit Catholic family, is among the two new cardinals from India

Theologians renew demand for Indian Dalit Rite

Several groups have claimed that Dalits are totally neglected in the Church despite the Dalit Empowerment Policy of India's bishops

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