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Indian Jesuits offer online theology courses for Catholics in Malaysia
Herald Malaysia Online

Indian Jesuits offer online theology courses for Catholics in ...

The Jesuit-run Vidyajyoti College of Theology in Delhi opened an overseas regional centre in Kuala Lumpur to offer distance education. Jun 10, 2016 MUMBAI: The Jesuit-run Vidyajyoti College of Theology in Delhi opened an overseas regional centre ... Herald Malaysia Online, 3 weeks ago

Indian court states gays not same as transgender, clerics agree

New Delhi: Church leaders in India are siding with the Supreme Court's clarification that gays, lesbians and bisexuals are not the same as transgender people. The court's clarification June 30 came after the federal government expressed ...
 UCAN India12 hours ago
UCAN India

Assam bishop 'praying' as BJP forms government

A security guard looks at an election poster outside the Bharatiya Janata Party head office in New Delhi May 19. The Hindu nationalist party won the Assam state elections, the first in northeastern India. (ucanews.com photo by Bijay Kumar Minj) New ...
 UCAN India1 month ago Assam bishop 'praying' as Hindu nationalists win polls  UCAN India1 month ago

Disrobe priests abusing women: Catholic lawyer

New Delhi: The zero tolerance on sexual abuse policy adopted by the Catholic Church in India only addresses the issue of sexual abuse of children and not of women, which is far more prevalent in India, writes women's rights lawyer Flavia Agnes in ...
 UCAN India1 month ago Disrobe priests guilty of sexual abuse of women: Catholic lawyer  UCAN India1 month ago
Christian Post

Indian Bishop Kidnapped, Beaten in Attempt to Extort $75K From Church

|5:54 pm (Photo: Reuters/Mansi Thapliyal) A woman attends a mass inside a church on Easter Day in New Delhi March 31, 2013. Holy Week is celebrated in many Christian traditions during the week before Easter. An Indian Catholic bishop who was ...
 Christian Post1 month ago

A trip to Paris in 1987 - II

We made a beeline for the Louvre Palace the next day. Louvre, as is well known, is one of the largest museums in the world. Originally built as a fortress in the late 12th Century, Louis the XIV left it in favour of the Versailles Palace. Louvre was ...
 Meri News1 month ago

BRP Bhaskar: Criminal defamation — No respite

Exclusive to The Gulf Today India's Supreme Court, which has occasionally used its wide powers to improve upon outdated laws, last week let go an opportunity to revise the colonial defamation law in tune with democratic ideals. Defamation is ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago
New Indian Express

Keeping the Flock Together

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: You wouldn't be too far off the mark if you were to say that Bishops Houses have turned some of the most-visited places in the capital this summer. With May 16 drawing near, candidates and party honchos of all hues and shades ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Keeping the FlockTogether  New Indian Express1 month ago
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