Sri Lanka: As Sri Lanka celebrated its Feb. 4 independence day, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith of Colombo exhorted citizens to look to the future after overcoming the traumas of decades of war. "It is well known that we could have reached independence ... UCAN India, 3 days ago
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Colombo Archbishop Malcolm Cardinal Ranjith, yesterday announced plans to introduce riches of the Catholic Church's liturgy and music in Sri Lanka in a move to acquaint youth of the country with the great tradition of Western classical music. ...Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 week ago Archbishop of Colombo conducted the midnight Christmas Mass Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 month ago Sri Lanka Catholic leader bans Christmas trees in churches Yahoo! Finance, 1 month ago Sri Lanka Catholic leader bans Xmas trees in c... Qatar Peninsula, 1 month ago
Archbishop of Colombo Malcolm Cardinal Ranjith is sure to have ruffled a few feathers by insisting that political parties based on race and religion should be banned. He certainly would not be a favourite of Udaya Gammanpila who is promoting a mono ...Sri Lanka Daily News, 3 weeks ago Political parties based on race and religion should be banned - Malcolm Cardinal Ranjith Sri Lanka Daily News, 3 weeks ago
COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan Catholic Church, under the leadership of the Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, has issued instructions to the faithful to observe Christmas strictly according to the Sacred Liturgy and avoid rituals adopted ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago Sri Lanka Catholic Church For Shunning Native Rituals New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Colombo: Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith has urged his fellow Sri Lankans to leave old hatreds behind and criticized some of the country's media for purposefully promoting division. Speaking at an event celebrating Sri Lanka's oldest Catholic ...UCAN India, 3 weeks ago
Sri Lanka's Archbishop of Colombo, Malcolm Ranjith, has asked Catholic priests is his country not to put up Christmas trees in their churches after questioning their religious significance. Sri Lanka's senior Catholic told has priests not to ...The Press NZ, 1 month ago Sri Lankan Catholic priests told not to put up Christmas trees in church Sunday Star-Times, 1 month ago
Archbishop of Colombo Malcolm Cardinal Ranjith has assured the full support of the Catholic fraternity for the establishment of a transparent diplomatic presence within the country. The Archbishop made this observation at a function held in ...Independent Television Network, 3 weeks ago ASIA/SRI LANKA - Cardinal Ranjith: "Peace and unity, the most important values for the nation" Agenzia Fides, 3 days ago ASIA/SRI LANKA Cardinal Ranjith: "Peace and unity, the most important values for the nation" Foreign Affairs.co.nz, 3 days ago SRI LANKA - Women prisoners in Welikada ask Card Ranjith to help them and their children MyInforms, 1 month ago
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Sri Lanka's administration of justice is very weak and in need of serious reform, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith Archbishop of Colombo has said. Speaking at an event held at the Welikada Prison on Christmas Day to pardon 51 prisoners, the Archbishop ...DailyFT, 1 month ago Cardinal Ranjith slams laws systemic delays Ceylon Today, 1 month ago
Archbishop of Colombo Malcolm Cardinal Ranjith has reminisced a statement made on President Maithripala Sirisena by His Holiness Pope Francis, the leader of the Catholic Church. He made this recall at a banquet held at St. Thomas Church in Livia ...Independent Television Network, 1 month ago Have you been good this year? The Nation.lk, 1 month ago President returns to country after Vatican visit DailyFT, 1 month ago President to upgrade rapport with Pope - Holy Alliance Ceylon Today, 1 month ago
COLOMBO, Jan. 21, 2016For peace and reconciliation in the country is important the contribution of religions, they do overcome the divisions between races and ethnicity. It is the contention of the President Maithripala Sirisena and the Archbishop ...CBCP News, 2 weeks ago Religion is essential to build national unity Herald Malaysia Online, 1 week ago
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