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Udupi Catholic school denies discrimination charge

The governing board of Mount Rosary School on Feb 22 clarified that there was no harassment or discrimination meted out to the physical ...........

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Udupi Catholic school denies discrimination charge

The governing board of Mount Rosary School on Feb 22 clarified that there was no harassment or discrimination meted out to the physical ...........

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Udupi Catholic school denies discrimination charge

The governing board of Mount Rosary School on Feb 22 clarified that there was no harassment or discrimination meted out to the physical ...........

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Udupi Catholic school denies discrimination charge

The governing board of Mount Rosary School on Feb 22 clarified that there was no harassment or discrimination meted out to the physical ...........

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Mangalore St. Agnes gets “Excellence” status

Mangalore city’s oldest college for women, St Agnes College, has received ’College of Excellence’ status from the University Grant Commission (UGC)............

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Preparation begins for the feast in honour of Relic of St Anthony

St Anthony’s Ashram Jeppu will be celebrating the feast in honour of Relic of its Patron St Anthony on 15-02-2017................

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Mangaluru ex-deputy mayor Judith Mascarenhas dies

Former deputy mayor and social worker Judith Mascarenhas passed away here on Jan 9. She was 85. ....

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Saverapura ICYM organises unique ‘Kutma Fest’

Sept 12, 2016: Saverapura Church was establised on Dec 3, 1991 is on the verge of Silver Jubilee this year and many programmes are being organised to mark this unique milestone...

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Thousands walk to Attur Shrine declared Minor Basilica

Thousands of devotees from Belman, Shirva, Kedinje, Nitte and other places walked all the......

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Dedication of Attur Minor Basilica to believers on August 1

The dedication ceremony of St Lawrence Shrine of Attur as a Minor Basilica to the faithful will be held on August ..........

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ICYM Mangalore Diocese Central Council Elections 2016-17 held : 3-July-2016

The ICYM Central Council Annual Elections of Mangaluru Diocese for the year 2016-17 was held during the 69th Annual General Body Meeting at Urwa Church Hall on July 3 2016.........

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Titular Feast & Blessing of the renovated sanctuary at Kuntalnagar, Udupi

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The Rector of the Minor Seminary take charge

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Mangaluru, Jun 28: Catholic Sabha Episopical Ward and ICYM jointly organized a condolence meeting on Trasi accident victims and a talk on road safety at Milagres Jubilee Hall on Monday Jun.........

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’Blaze 2016’ a spiritual programme held in Milagres Hall Mangalore : June 17 - 19, 2016

‘Blaze 2016’, a spiritual programme for the youth of Mangalore, was held in Milagres Hall from 17th June 6 p.m. to 19th June 5.30 p.m.......

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Diocesan Pastoral Parishad (DPP) meeting 2016 held In Mangalore : June 17

Discussion on Amoris laetitia is a post-synodal apostolic exhortation by Pope Francis........

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Mangalore: CAP Quiz & YET winners honoured at Paladka Church

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 ICYM Paladka organise Yuva Samavesh In Mangalore  : 19-June-2016

ICYM Unit of Paladka Church organized "Yuva Samavesh" on 19 June at the Church hall. Inputs were given on traffic rules, how to avoid youth.....

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Bishop Aloysius P. D’Souza- Birthday thanksgiving mass In Mangalore

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Felicitation to Bishop Aloysius P. D’Souza at Town Hall  

On the occasion of 75 th birth day of Most Rev Dr Aloysius Paul D Souza bishop of Mangalore felicitation programe was organized.........

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Church establishes annual National Youth Day

The Commission for youth of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India has decided to celebrate the first Sunday of August every year as ............

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More Dalit priests needed in India, Cardinal Gracias says

Cardinal Oswald Gracias of Bombay has appealed to Dalit Catholic lay leaders to promote priestly vocations in their communities as a way to end .......

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AIADMK factions get ’Electric Pole’, ’Cap’

 

The Election Commission on Thursday allotted the symbol "Electric Pole" to the AIADMK faction led by former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister ..............

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10 Indian fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan Navy

A Sri Lankan Navy vessel apprehended a mechanised fishing boat with 10 Indian fishermen on board, arrested them and impouned their craft ..............

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SC questions government over demonetised currency

The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the government why it did not exercise the legal option of letting people deposit the demonetised currency ..............

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Jharkhand BJP says priests ‘misleading’ tribals, warns ‘keep away’

Jharkhand BJP chief Laxman Gilua issued a statement saying church delegates meeting with the State Governor vindicated his party’s belief ...............

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Assam’s cleanest village becomes model for northeastern India

A resolution passed 17 years ago in a tribal Christian village in the northeastern state of Assam has helped it become an example of cleanliness........

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KP Yohannan’s NGOs receive highest foreign funding in India

Ayana Charitable Trust and Believers Church India, two organisations founded by pastor KP Yohannan and based in Thiruvalla in Pathanamthitta ................

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Attacker of Indian priest arrested, says Sushma Swaraj

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday said that Australian Police have arrested the attacker of the Indian priest, who was stabbed .............

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Reformation group wants nuns hear women’s confession

The Kerala Catholic Reformation Movement has demanded that nuns be allowed to administer the sacrament of confession to women, but Church officials ...........

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Kerala priest stabbed by Italian in Melbourne

A Catholic priest from Kerala was attacked by an Italian on Sunday when the priest was leading the Sunday mass in a Melbourne church..............

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Indians don’t steal jobs in US, they create: Minister

IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Friday said the government had voiced its concern regarding the H1-B visa issue to the US and added that Indians do not steal but create jobs................

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Kerala gets first private bank

ESAF Small Finance Bank, Kerala’s first private sector bank, was launched here on Friday by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan..................

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Church creates online system to help migrants

The Indian bishops’ labor office has created an online system to register migrant workers, promote safe migration and help them in emergencies...........

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Airport project threatens villagers in Ajmer

Some 1,500 villagers in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan are refusing to discontinue their four-year fight to protect their farms from being ...........

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Kohima diocese stresses education in villages

The Kohima diocese has opened a new school and convent in the remote Niuland area of the diocese stressing development of people through education......

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Anti-Muslim posters: Two UP police teams to track culprits

The Uttar Pradesh Police on Thursday said two teams had been formed to track down the miscreants who pasted posters in a Bareilly village threatening Muslims to leave their homes.............

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Writers, innovative scholars important to us: President

President Pranab Mukherjee has said that writers and Innovation Scholars are special because they have innovative, sensitive and imaginative ..............

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Christian charity for children shuts operations in India

An international Christian charity has quit India after 48 years saying that the government has made it too difficult to work there leaving their partner organizations broke..............

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Kashmir Catholics pray for end to anti-Christian violence

Catholics in India’s conflict-torn Jammu and Kashmir state prayed for Christians persecuted for their faith and an end to violence the world over following an appeal from Pope Francis............

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World Water Day: Modi exhorts people to save water

On the occasion of World Water Day on Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the fellow countrymen to save every drop of the crucial .........

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Church supports environmental protest in Jakarta

 

The church in Indonesia has lent its weight behind an ongoing demonstration outside the presidential palace by Javanese farmers .............

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Beijing using CCTV in churches to spy on Christians

China’s ruling Communist Party has stepped up efforts to control the number of Christians by forcing Catholic and Protestant churches in the ............

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Minorities tell Pakistan’s top security chief their concerns

A delegation of religious minorities met Pakistan’s top national security adviser to raise their concerns on a range of issues affecting their ..............

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Catholic college’s new bridge too Catholic, neighbors complain

A bridge featuring crosses on the property of Villanova, a Catholic university in a Philadelphia suburb, will be built despite complaints from ........

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Don’t lose your humanity in refugee debate, US bishops say

The intense debate over U.S. refugee and migrant policy is a chance to meet newcomers and understand others’ concerns, the country’s bishops ..........

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Dublin prepares for 2018 World Meeting of Families

Just a little more than a year away, the Archdiocese of Dublin released a video Wednesday inviting families from around the world to come together ..............

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Gorsuch made an important distinction when asked about assisted suicide

Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch made a crucial ethical distinction in his response to questions about doctor-prescribed suicide during his confirmation ................

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Filipinos mark 496th year of Christianity’s arrival

Filipinos on Homonhon Island in the central Philippines marked the anniversary this week of the arrival of the first Spanish expedition ...........

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Christians selected for ’degrading’ jobs in Pakistan

A government advertisement singling out Christians, Hindus and Shia Muslims in Pakistan for sweeper jobs have drawn the ire of church and human rights ........

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Korea branch of aid group aims to help more persecuted Christians

The Korean branch of the pontifical foundation Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) has pledged to support churches suffering persecution and distress ..........

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Spanish video seeks to erase the stigma of Down syndrome

A recent video ad released by the Down Federation seeks to increase awareness of persons with Down syndrome............

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Lawsuit says girl in boys’ locker room violated student privacy

A Pennsylvania high school wrongly allowed a female student into the boys’ locker room and violated an undressing male student’s privacy and his ...........

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Judge Gorsuch nomination backed by dozens of pro-life groups

Judge Neil Gorsuch deserves “swift confirmation” to the U.S. Supreme Court, leaders of pro-life and pro-family groups have said..........

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Supreme Court nominee drilled on abortion, religious freedom at hearings

The judge nominated to replace Antonin Scalia at the Supreme Court answered questions on abortion and religious freedom jurisprudence on Tuesday.........

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Indonesian Catholic schools cry foul amid teacher row

Catholic schools in Indonesia are among thousands of private schools that will suffer due to a recent government move to pull all public teachers .........

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Philippine bishops welcome Duterte impeachment motion

 

At least two Catholic bishops have welcomed the filing of an impeachment motion against Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte for allegedly ..............

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Asia’s youngest nation looks to elect new president

Timor-Leste headed to the polls March 20 to elect a new president in the first election entirely managed by the tiny nation’s electoral commission ...........

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Cardinal Tagle condemns drugs, launches program for addicts

Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle of Manila condemned the proliferation of illegal drugs, but said that in the war against narcotics, drug addicts should not be left behind.............

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US bishops push for universal, pro-life health care

The bill drafted to replace the Affordable Care Act has good pro-life measures but still presents “grave challenges” that must be remedied, said one ..........

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