Bishop Gerald inaugurates Bible Convention at Brahmavar
Bishop Gerald inaugurates Bible Convention 2015 a three day programe
Aloysius students protest against the atrocities against women
Being a woman in India is the biggest punishment an individual can ever get! It is not because the females...
Stay order passed in Anil Lobo case
The High Court had ordered the dismissal of Anil Lobo...
Way of the Cross held at St.Antony’s Church, Kuntalnagar
The Udupi Varado outdoor Way of the Cross was held at St.Antony’s Church, Kuntalnagar
UCA conducts ‘cleanliness drive’ at Snehasadan
United Christian Association® Mangaluru conducted one day ‘cleanliness drive’ program here in...
Women’s day celebrated in Shirva
The Women’s Association of Shirva Church had organized International Women’s day
College day celebration at first grade college Vittal
The annual college celebration was held here in first grade college Vittal on Friday March 20.
Spandana Education Fair & Exhibition 2015
Spandana Education Fair & Exhibition 2015 to bring together...
Head Mistress of Belman High School felicitated
Farewell ceremony of the Head mistress of Belman St Joseph High School Mrs. Renilda Pereira...
Countdown begins for the mega Konkani drama’Somya Thu Kai Vethay’
The Mega Konkani drama’Somya Thu Kai Vethay’to be held on March 22nd 2015
Margaret Alva delivers maiden Mother Mary Aloysia Endowment Lecture
St Agnes College and Agnesian Alumnae Association organized...
Awards to Suraksha Consumer Forum of SPC Puttur
Under the auspices of the Department of Food Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs of Dakshina Kannada...
Lobo meets CM, seeks action on anti-social activities in Mangaluru
Mangaluru City South MLA along with Denis D’Silva, state..
Educational visits by MSW Students of SPC Puttur
Post Graduate Department of Social Work (MSW) had organized 6 days Educational Visit for II year MSW students.
Communal harmony programme held at Sri Bhuvanendra College
The Rovers and Rangers, NSS and NCC units of Sri Bhuvanendra College
International Women’s Day celebrated
Celebrating Women’s Day will be more meaningful when...
20th Thailand Masters Athletic Championship, Teacher from Bantwal bags medals
The 20th Thailand Masters Athletic Championship was held here in Surat Thani Provincial stadium, Thailand.
Jecintha Vijay Alfred elected Mayor of Mangaluru
Four times Corporator of Falnir ward, Jacintha Alfred won the mayoral election with a comfortable majority...
International women’s day celebrated at St Philomena College
Women Empowerment Cell of St Philomena College, Puttur had celebrated International Women’s...
Entrepreneur training workshop at St. Aloysius ITI
With the aim of motivating students to become future entrepreneurs, an “Entrepreneur training workshop” was...
Malankara Church gets two new dioceses
Pope Francis has established two new dioceses for the Kerala based Syro-Malankara Church
Police make arrest in nun rape case
Indian police have made their first arrest over the rape of an elderly nun that has shocked the country
Christian school gets threat letters
A Christian school Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal has received letters threatening
Jharkhand Christian schools targeted
Officials of Christian schools in Jharkhand’s Dhanbad say district officials accused them for faulting rules of Right to Education (RTE)
Police arrest four for Navi Mumbai church attack
Police in Maharashtra have arrested four people on Tuesday in connection with the attack on St. George’s church in Navi Mumbai
Attackers of Christians are not real Hindus: Cardinal Gracias
Cardinal Oswald Gracias of Bombay has said that those attacking Christians in India are no real Hindus and the government
Ensure cheap, enough beef for Easter, Goa Catholics urge PM
Troubled by the doubling of beef prices in the state, due to a prolonged shortage of the red meat here...
Attack on Christians in MP, six get bail
Six members of the Hindu Dharma Sena, who were arrested for attacking Christians at a religious gathering...
Indian Christian identity questioned: Cardinal Cleemis
Many Indian Christians "feel that their Christian identity is being questioned" in the wake of recent attacks on churches and Christians
Christian schools contemplate closure protest
Christian organizations in Maharashtra have come together to urge all schools run by Christian managements
Minorities’ patriotism beyond suspicion: Rajnath
The patriotism of religious minorities in India can’t be questioned, Home Minister Rajnath Singh declared on Monday...
Hindu group accused of attacking Jabalpur church
Members of ’Hindu Dharma Sena’ on Friday night was accused of vandalizing a church in Jabalpur, where a...
Catholic church attacked near Mumbai
Unidentified men threw stones at the Syro-Malabar rite St George Catholic Church in New Panvel, near Mumbai
Nun raped flies out of Kolkata,not yet arrested
The elderly nun, who was raped during an assault on a convent school in West Bengal’s
Bengal’s gang-raped nun discharged from hospital
The 71-year-old nun who was raped by a gang of bandits inside a convent in...
Christian parliamentarians form strategy to counter attacks
Concerned over the growing attacks on the Christian community across India, 19 Christian MPs
’Shameful attacks on Christians sends the world wrong message’
What stops a prime minister like Narendra Modi, who has a strong mandate...
Prioritize protection of citizens over cows: Cardinal
The country has a responsibility to protect all citizens, said Cardinal Baselios Cleemis, the head of the Catholic bishops’ conference of India
Bengal gang rape: Bishops seek early action from Mamata
The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India on Wednesday requested Chief Minister...
Cardinal Cleemis rushes to meet violated nun
Cardinal Baselios Cleemis, president of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India, is rushing to Kolkata
Pope Francis meets relatives of aid workers murdered by Islamic State
The brother and widow of two British aid workers killed by Islamic State militants
Pope Francis greets homeless during tour of Sistine Chapel
Dozens of homeless people on Thursday were treated to a private viewing of the Sistine Chapel
London Catholic school believes government order threatens its identity
A prestigious Catholic school in London fears that altering its admissions criteria
Bishops conferences are not the Magisterium, Vatican doctrine chief reminds Cardinal Marx
Cardinal Gerhard Mueller, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith
Salvadorans march in memory of Oscar Romero, the ’people’s saint’
Thousands of Salvadorans marched this week in memory of slain archbishop Oscar Romero
Pope Francis to visit White House Sept. 23
U.S. officials have confirmed that Pope Francis will make a stop at the White House to meet with President Barack Obama
Pope Francis:Celebrate Mass with relatives during Turin visit
Pope Francis will have the opportunity to meet with distant relatives during his visit to Turin
A look at Pope Francis’ summer trip to the Shroud of Turin
The Vatican has released the schedule for Pope Francis’ upcoming pilgrimage to Turin – home to what...
Fifty years later, remembering the civil rights march that moved a nation
Catholic leaders marked the 50th anniversary of the voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Ala.
Masked gunmen fire on police at Catholic Church in Lahore
Unidentified gunmen opened fire on policemen guarding a Catholic Church in the southern Pakistani
Catholics in England gather to pray for Richard III
In preparation for the reinternment of the remains of Richard III
Tears for Farkhunda: Catholics join fury over savage killing of Afghan woman
Catholics are calling for a re-dedication to religious liberty and human rights worldwide
Archbishop Romero hailed for life producing ’great harvest’
Los Angeles Catholics gave thanks for Archbishop Oscar Romero’s upcoming beatification and prayed
Pope Francis on the family synod: ’We need prayers, not gossip’
Pope Francis spoke about the gift and call of the Christian family, and urged attendees to pray
Pope Francis appointed new Bishop in England
Pope Francis appointed Bishop Richard Moth of the British military diocese as Bishop
Vatican invites 150 homeless for dinner, private tour of Sistine Chapel
In addition to food, umbrellas, sleeping bags, showers and haircuts, the Vatican
Vatican offers solidarity for victims of Alps plane crash
After a Germanwings Airbus carrying 150 people crashed in the French Alps, the Holy See
German prelate breaks rank with Cardinal Marx, insists on fidelity to Rome
A German cardinal has publicly opposed the words of two other German bishops
Albert Praveen Menezes elected president of KCWA
Kuwait Canara Welfare Association (KCWA) held...
China authorities in Harbin detain two ’underground’ priests
Two unregistered Chinese priests were forcibly removed by government officials and police while giving a...
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