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Church can learn social media tips from Jesus, archbishop says

If Christianity could be contained in one tweet, it might read: God creates man, man sins against God, God sends his only Son into the world to bring man back to Him. It's a difficult task to fit the entire Gospel into 140 characters.. Read more

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Pope's Address to Korea's Religious Communities

The Holy Father met members of Korea's religious communities at the auditorium of the "School of Love" in Kkottongnae, where normally there are classes of spirituality. An estimated 5,000 men and women religious were present..... Read more

 
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Use criticism for self-improvement

Criticism from the secular world should not discourage Catholic Religious but use the negative reactions for correction and self improvement, says the lone Asian member in the Vatican congregation for the consecrated life.
The secular society’s denouncement of “our hollow claims and evident weaknesses” has been a humiliating experience for all Christian believers,” says Archbishop Thomas Menamparampil .
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“On-going Faith Formation “

Dioceses of Vasai took an initiative along with the Vasai CRI local Unit to organize a collaborative session on Small Christian Communities (SCCs)The Session was held on 3rd August 2014 in Jeevan Darshan Kendra at Giriz Vasai. ...... Read more

Centenary Year of the Daughters St. Paul

Blessed (Fr.) James Alberione, our founder, an Italian priest was born in 1884. Crossing the threshold of the 19th century into the 20th, he was a man of vision, and understood the urgent need of the Church in the new century, amidst the advancement of. .... Read more

Programme at the District Jail

On the 13th August 2014, members of the HUMAN RIGHTS CLUB of Sophia Sr Sec School, Bhilwara, Rajasthan presented a programme at the District Jail. The programme began with the lighting of the ‘diya’ and special prayers for the Freedom fighters.....Read more

MSA to combat hunger, extreme poverty and violence on women

In this fast economically growing country, every third person is living below Poverty line. Almost every day there is news about violence on women. Responding to this growing injustice, the Mission Sisters of Ajmer revitalised their Frontier Ministries , ..... Read more

 
Indian Muslim intellectuals slam ISIS brutality in Iraq

Indian Muslims are shocked and pained by the brutality and atrocities being perpetrated by the ISIS (Islamic State of Syria and Iraq) against Christians, Shias, Kurds, Yazidis and other minorities in the regions now under their control. ..... Read more

Justice Sunday observance reinforces the Indian Christians’ ecological responsibility

Christians across India observed Justice Sunday on 17 August. Special liturgies and seminars on the theme of environmental justice marked the observance. Promoting the observance, the Justice and Peace Office of the Catholic Bishops’ .... Read more

 
Pope meets over 5,000 Korean religious

In his address, Pope Francis spoke about the “great variety of charisms and apostolates” represented by the religious. The Holy Father reflected on the words of the Psalm: “My flesh and my heart fail; but God is the strength of my heart and my portion.....Read more

Pope Francis asks prayers for relatives killed in car accident

The Holy See announced Tuesday that Pope Francis has asked that the faithful join him in praying for the repose of the souls of three members of his family who have been killed in a car accident...... Read more

Ban Ki-Moon: World must do more to help persecuted Iraqis

The United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon has called on the international community to do more for the persecuted Iraqi Christians and other minorities who continue to face terrible violence at the hands of Islamic State militants.. .Read more

Thai families gather for fellowship, discussion of challenges

The families gathered July 26-27 at the center of the Catechist Sisters of Mary the Immaculate Conception – also known as the Mae Pon Sisters – in Chiang Mai, a city in far northern Thailand.The weekend, sponsored by the local chapter.... Read more

 
 
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