- Jul 25, 2021
Archbishop John Barwa of Cuttack-Bhubaneshwar is calling on the faithful to provide assistance in the sainthood causes of Christians martyred during the 2008 Kandhamal riots.
An over 100-foot-long cross was removed from a hill behind a church in southern India by government officials, despite the protests of the parish priest.
An archbishop in India has called accusations by a priest of his archdiocese “baseless, concocted and lack[ing] authenticity.”
A Catholic member of India’s marginalized Tribal community has been named to a new United Nations advisory group providing perspectives and solutions to tackle the worsening climate crisis.
India’s Catholic Church has remembered the “heroic sacrifice” of Chandrakant Pradhan, one of 20 Indian soldiers killed in a border clash with China on June 15.
A Christian teenager in India was murdered after being accused of practicing witchcraft.
An international Catholic ministry aimed at helping married Christians live holier lives is helping families in one of India’s poorest areas.
“Strengthening family bonds” was the theme of the Golden Jubilee of St. Joseph’s Cathedral in Sambalpur on Nov. 10.