- Aug 12, 2020
Cardinal Oswald Gracias of Bombay, the president of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India, says over 20 million people have been assisted by the Church in India during the COVID-19 crisis.
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.
In honor of the centenary of the birth of Indian Cardinal Simon Pimenta, the Archdiocese of Bombay will be opening a pastor center in the Raigad deanery, which is home to several Scheduled Tribes, a historically marginalized people.
A leading civil rights organization in India has protested the early morning raid on the residence of a Jesuit priest who is a leading human rights activist.
A brutal murder of a Tribal Christian on April 10 “goes against the pluralistic fabric” of India, says Archbishop Felix Toppo.
Cardinal Oswald Gracias of the Archbishop of Bombay on Tuesday sought the “smell of the sheep” as he met with pastoral personnel from an area in the greater Mumbai region known as a home for India’s marginalized Tribal people.