- Apr 10, 2020
India’s Catholic Church is doing what it can to provide relief for millions of poor people affected by the lockdown imposed by the government to stop the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
India and other Asian countries are preparing for the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
A Catholic priest in India has been arrested after breaking coronavirus restrictions by organizing a prayer meeting in the state of Kerala.
A trial court in southern Kerala state ordered Bishop Franco Mulakkal to appear for trial March 24 on charges of repeatedly raping a nun.
As the number of positive tests for coronavirus in India topped 150, members of the Missionaries of Charity – the order founded by St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta to serve the poorest of the poor – are working to keep those cared for in their institutions safe.
Police have arrested an employee of a Catholic hospital and slapped conversion charges on him and a Catholic nun for allegedly hurting religious sentiments of Hindus in southern India’s Karnataka state.