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Indian government asked to apologize for framing Jesuit priest

"The government and its probe agency should take full responsibility for the judicial death of Father Swamy"

Probe finds false evidence planted on late Indian Jesuit’s computer prior...

“Father Stan Swamy was arrested, incarcerated, and died based on fabricated evidence,” read a statement released to the media

Indian Catholics welcome call for independent probe into death of Stan...

Father Cedric Prakash said the resolution “points to the fact” that the death of Father Swamy “was nothing short of ‘institutional murder’”

Indian Jesuit priest Stan Swamy’s work for justice recalled on death...

"We want to send out a message to our brothers and sisters, that we remember an apostle like [Father Stan]”

Father Stan Swamy: His legacy lives forever

Even in his death, Stan challenges one and all to do much more, in the face of the deteriorating situation

India’s Christians recall Stan Swamy’s sacrifice as Supreme Court suspends sedition...

The Supreme Court's order offers relief to thousands of people charged under Section 124A (sedition) of the Indian Penal Code

India’s Catholics remember Jesuit tribal rights crusader with book launch

“Father Stan Swamy epitomized the best of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus in our world of today”

UN body says Jesuit priest’s death in custody a blot to...

Father Swamy, an Indian citizen, died on July 5, 2021, while in judicial custody in Mumbai. He was 83 years old.

Judicial inquiry sought to clear name of late Indian Jesuit priest

Father Swamy died on July 5 while at a Mumbai hospital where he was being treated for COVID-19 and its complications

Court in India allows Jesuits to prove Father Swamy’s innocence

Father Swamy, 84, died July 5 at Mumbai’s Holy Family Hospital where he was brought 38 days earlier from jail

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