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Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s tainted torch bearer for democracy, detained...

In Myanmar, she remains adored but has failed to unite its myriad ethnic groups or end its decade-long civil wars

Aung San Suu Kyi and other Myanmar leaders arrested, party spokesman...

Move came after days of escalating tension between civilian govt and military

Military threats, coup fears overshadow Myanmar parliament opening

Religious and political leaders have urged sides to resolve dispute peacefully

Myanmar poll body says no election fraud after army warns of...

National League for Democracy won the election in a landslide, taking 83 percent of available seats

An urgent, fraternal appeal for peace, reconciliation in Myanmar

Now is the time to grow as an outward-looking, welcoming, flourishing nation that celebrates unity in diversity

We urgently need the vaccine of peace

Message for a war-torn people on Christian Unity Day

In the eyes of God, nothing is ordinary

Gratefully receive faith and other gifts — never forget to gracefully give them to others

Cardinal Bo of Myanmar: Let us dream together

"To build back better, set our moral compass towards the vulnerable, let the arc of history bend towards economic and environmental justice"

SPOTLIGHT: Joy of Christmas in the midst of Myanmar’s excluded

Members of the Myanmar Jesuit Mission bring Christmas joy at the most difficult of times in war-affected Kachin state

Cardinal Bo: Families face great challenge amidst pandemic

Christ knows your tears; Christ knows your brokenness. Knowing our pain, he walks with us.

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