- Jan 18, 2020
Religious sisters in India say they are “committed to our education ministry” after an attack which left several of them hospitalized in the southern state of Tamil Nadu on March 26.
Church leaders in India have expressed concern over the theft of two Marian statues in the northeastern part of the country but have warned against reading too much into the actions.
Minority communities must feel secure in India and all religions must be respected and promoted, according to the country’s Catholic bishops ahead of the country’s general elections.
An archbishop in India is drawing attention to the rise in the number of lynchings taking place in the world’s largest democracy.
International aid organizations have operated in India for decades, collaborating with the government on issues ranging from clean water to children’s education to disposal of e-waste. The government no longer sees these groups as partners, activists and observers say, but rather as threats.
A Catholic priest was attacked by a Hindu mob in northern India, and then arrested by police after Hindus accused him of causing the disturbance.