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Sri Lanka’s priests, nuns express concern over ‘repression,’ possible arrest of...

1,640 Catholic priests, nuns, and brothers from 23 congregations called on the government to stop the "repression" of protesters

Sri Lanka’s Catholic Church leaders condemn ‘high-handed action’ of new president

Cardinal Ranjith hit President Wickremesinghe for acting "against the basic right of the people to protest, which is a democratic right"

Catholic nuns unite with diverse movement demanding change in Sri Lanka

Sri Lankans are experiencing one of the worst economic and political crises today, yet they enjoy an “unusual unity and brotherhood”

Sri Lanka’s Catholic bishops call for a leader who can be...

"The immediate step most suitable at present is to form a new interim leadership to bring about that political and economic stability”

Pontifical foundation sends aid for priests, religious in Sri Lanka

“The economic situation in the country is very serious,” said Bishop Valence Mendis of Kandy and apostolic administrator of Chilaw

Sri Lankan cardinal urges country’s president, prime minister to keep word...

“We are skeptics of our political leaders and their promises,” said Cardinal Ranjith of Colombo

Power of the people

"What we experience today is the first step of change. There is a very long way to go for a real transformation. Let us do it together."

Sri Lanka’s Church leaders hail ‘people power’ as country’s president flees...

Sri Lanka's president flew out of his country to the Maldives in a probable prelude to his resignation

Sri Lanka’s religious leaders echo calls for president’s resignation over economic...

Methodist Bishop Asiri Perera said Rajapaksa’s resignation “will be the first step for the recovery of the nation”

Sri Lanka’s religious leaders condemn attack on anti-government protesters

Among those injured in the violent dispersals of the demonstrations were Catholic and Anglican Church leaders

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