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On Leadership in the Church
“Surely it is high time, and surely it would be to everyone’s advantage to ‘shake off the dust of the Empire that has gathered since Constantine’s day on the throne of St. Peter’” (Congar 1964: 127). These words spoken by John XXIII will continue to challenge the Church leaders as long as... Read more
Film:Review  
Noah is an extraordinary, uneven epic
In purely literary terms, the story of Noah accounts for barely four short chapters near the beginning of Genesis. But what this rather extraordinary, often uneven and controversial epic may lack in strict adherence to the Word it nearly – but not quite – makes up for with shafts of cinematic brilliance....Read more
Card. Tagle's appointment could help revive religious life
Card. Tagle's latest appointment in the Roman Curia gives the Filipino church leader a chance to throw his experiences and talents behind efforts to revive consecrated life,... Read more
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Fr Chavara and Sr Euphrasia closer to sainthood
Fr Kuriakose Elias Chavara and Sister Euphrasia Eluvathingal moved closer to the sainthood with Pope Francis approving miracles attributed to them. .... Read more
Being a Religious Superior Today
Goa: A Seminar “Being a Religious Superior Today: The Essentials” was put together and conducted by the CRI National Team of Frs Joe Mannath and Jose Thachil from 31st March, 2014 to 4th April, 2014. The Pilar Centre, with an amazing view of ....Read more
Innovative Ministries Envisioned by Pope Francis
Ernakulam: The KCMS Commission for Social Justice conducted a one day seminar on 29th March 2014 at POC, Palarivattom. 180 religious involved in social ministry participated in the conference. The meeting provided them an opportunity to share .... Read more
 
 
Church’s commitment to Serve, Restructuring Process...
New Delhi: CBCI President Cardinal Baselios Mar Cleemis, the two Vice Presidents Archbishop Andrews Thazhath and Archbishop Filipe Neri Feraao, and Secretary General Archbishop Albert D’Souza were welcomed.... Read more
 
Youth launch website to pray for Indian General Elections
Bangalore: A group of professionals from Goa, Mangalore and Pune has launched an innovative website that randomly assigns willing visitors the name of a Lok Sabha constituency to pray for during the 2014 General Elections in India..... Read more
Respect human dignity and religious freedom
Electing politicians who promote human dignity and freedom of religion and conscience is what Mgr Henry D' Souza, bishop of Bellary (Karnataka), wants. The prelate focused on the issues that affect his community: great poverty" ... Read more
Hinduising Adivasi society under Hindutva Umbrella
“Without awakening vanvasis, Bharat cannot become vishwa-guru… Awaken Hindutva, make Bharat vishwa-guru…” So spoke Mohan Bhagwat, the RSS Chief, in Ranchi, Jharkhand. ... Read more
 
World Reacts to Murder of Dutch Priest in Syria
The Monday murder of Dutch Jesuit Father Frans van der Lugt in Homs, Syria, is bringing reactions from around the world. According to witnesses, an unknown gunman stormed the residence of the 75-year-old priest, took him to the garden .... Read more
Twenty years after genocide, Church helps Rwanda heal
At first glance, this arrangement might not appear extraordinary. However, this harmonious relationship is anything but typical, because Hakizimana is responsible for the murder of N’Habimana’s husband 20 years ago.April 7, 2014.... Read more
 
CHINA : Priest who survived labor camp recalls suffering as gift

Monsignor Matthew Koo recounted being detained in a Chinese labor camp for thirty years due to his Marian devotion, noting that although the experience was painful there were also many blessings. “Oh, I thought that sacrifice is God's gift..... Read more

Vietnamese nuns work with people of other faiths
The non-profit, which also provides scholarships for young doctors from northern Vietnam to further their studies in France, proposed that she look for a local partner to help set up a charity clinic for poor people in Ho Chi Minh City.Sr. Mai Thanh .... Read more
 
 
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