Indian Catholic News

For what do they live and die for?

Activists all too often pay a deadly price in ther pursuit of a society free from oppression and exploitation.


Manila tour promotes closer Muslim-Christian ties

Jun 25, 2019

Philippines: Organizers say 'muslim town'..

South Korean Mass for peace attracts 20,000 faithful

Jun 26, 2019

Korea: Bishops mark 69th war..

26,000 Anganwadi centres in MP face closure

Jun 26, 2019

India: anganwadis are child care..

US desires to build stronger ties with India: Pompeo tells Modi

Jun 26, 2019

India: Modi thanked pompeo for his warm greetings and..

Letter from Rome

Pope francis or steve bannon? catholics must choose


Action needed to end organ harvesting in China

Tribunal's judgment that organ harvesting is continuing should prompt nations to seek justice.


When the truth will set us free

Stifling the media and the truth opens the door to runaway skullduggery, corruption and dictatorship.


Widodo's big challenge is reducing Indonesia's inequity

His administration has certainly not been idle but the country remains one of the world’s most unequal societies.


Challenging time for Nepal NGOs

They face govt heavy-handedness as well as a need for internal good governance and capacity reforms.


Lessons can be learned from Aeta people's organic mangoes

Fair trade is a boon for indigenous philippine people and for those who consume the fruits of nature and their labor.


Letter from Rome

The current state of the priesthood and episcopacy seems to be in shambles.