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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

In Indonesia, climate change takes a bite out of apple crops

In Indonesia's apple-growing heartlands, erratic rainfall and rising temperatures are eating away at farmers' profits

Christians prohibited from celebrating Sunday Mass in Indonesian air force base

Air Force personnel reportedly cordoned off the main door of the church and blocked entry to churchgoers

Indonesians celebrate Vesak at world’s largest Buddhist temple

Celebrations included prayers, collecting holy water, and the release of flying lanterns symbolizing the letting go of negativity

Indonesians flock to their hometowns for Eid celebrations

Toll roads, train stations, bus terminals and seaports are brimming with people excited about the yearly homecoming journey

Indonesian official renews announcement to invite pope for a visit

He said that the Muslim country is inviting Pope Francis for a visit to join in the celebration of “religious tolerance”

Breeding hope in Indonesia

A man in Indonesia breeds catfish to support the operational costs of his ministry even during the pandemic

Indonesia’s Catholic educators welcome decision to uphold sex abuse decree

The decision is a step in the right direction toward gender equality and in bringing about better protection for Indonesian women and girls

Indonesian politician sent to prison for tweeting ‘your Allah is weak’

"The defendant as a public figure has failed to set an example in the community," said the judge

Indonesia passes long-awaited sexual violence bill

Activists largely welcomed the law as a step forward for the country but said it could have been more far-reaching

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