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Called to martyrdom

As Christians, are we not called to a martyrdom in behalf of the powerless and voiceless of our country?

Christians across India mark Saint Thomas’ martyrdom

Cardinal Oswald Gracias of Mumbai said the celebration is a grassroots movement that has “a simple vision”

Claretians rename Philippine Province to honor martyred Filipino missionary priest

“The future of the Claretian mission in the Province is one of a shared mission,” said Father Elias Ayuban, CMF

A meaningful yet perilous life

Prophets are an unwanted lot who, by becoming the “bitter medicine” for the ills of a society, are sentenced to ignominious death

Italian judge killed by mafia beatified for promotion of justice

Known as the "boy judge" because he looked younger than his 37 years, Rosario Livatino had led many investigations into the mob

Philippine diocese launches cause for sainthood of slain Claretian missionary priest

Claretian missionary priest Rhoel Gallardo died on May 3, 2000, in an encounter between government forces and Abu Sayyaf Group fighters

Pope Francis cites martyrdom of monks to protect Eucharist

The six monks were beatified on April 17 in the Italian abbey where they were martyred more than 200 years ago

Pope Francis remembers Coptic Christians murdered by extremists

On sixth anniversary of killings, the pope called those who died ‘witnesses of Jesus’

SPOTLIGHT: Persecution of India’s Christians continues unabated

Recent killings are a sign of the times with Christians being attacked, ostracized and their places of worship vandalized or torched

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