SAC PG Dept. organizing National Workshop on Health Economics-Issues AND Reforms on Feb. 28
February 28: The PG Department of Economics, St Aloysius College (Autonomous) Mangalore is organizing...
PEARL Multidisciplinary Journal Released at SPC Puttur
February 27: PEARL Multidisciplinary Journal of St Philomena College Puttur was released on February 25...
St. Philomena college Talents day celebrated
February 26: The talents day was celebrated here at St. Philomena College on Thursday Feb 26 at the...
Statement made by Bhagwat an insult to the soul of the Mother Theresa - Bishop
February 26: RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat came under a fierce attack...
Shree Devi Group of Colleges Annual Day to held on 2nd March
February 26: The ‘Annual Day Celebrations’ of Shree Devi Group of Colleges – Pharmacy, Nursing...
Prayer hall at Panir vandalized: Stones pelted at Mother Mary’s statue
February 25:Miscreants damaged the glass that served as a covering for the statue of Mother Mary at a prayer hall, belonging to Christians
Quiz competition held at St.Philomena
February 25: Taluk level quiz competition was held for high school students here in college premises
Protest by Jaago Naagarik Forum in Puttur
February 24: Grand Procession and protest was conducted by the Jaago Naagarik Forum in Puttur....
Seminar on importance of ‘Linux Operating
February 23:A seminar on ‘Linux Operating System’ was held by the Post Graduate Department of Computer Science at St Philomena’s College
Seminar on Kannada poetry held at St Philomena’s College
February 21: A seminar on Kannada Poetry was held in memory of...
ICYM Kalmady Unit Presenting ’Bible Quiz & Taize Prayer’ on Feb 22
February 21: Indian Catholic Youth Movement(ICYM) Kalmady Unit Presenting ’Bible Quiz & Taize Prayer’
PEARL - journal to be released at SPC Puttur on Feb 25
February 21: PEARL - Philomena’s Exclusive Academic Research and...
New chapel at St Anne’s Friary inaugurated
February 19: The newly constructed chapel - Capuchin Franciscans at St Anne’s Friary on Jail Road was inaugurated on February 17, Tuesday.
Seminar on “Revisiting Shakespeare: 450 Years” to be held at SAC on Feb 19
February 17: The Post Graduate Department of English at St Aloysius College (Autonomous), Mangaluru will organize a National Seminar on “Revisiting Shakespeare: 450 Years” on February 19, 2015
Vocational Skills training programme in St Philomena College
February 17: Vocational Skills training programme was inaugurated in the St Philomena College Seminar Hall...
7 days free Pranayama Yoga Camp
February 16: Mulki Nagar panchayat and Patanjali Yoga Samiti held 7 days free Pranayama Yoga Camp here in...
Intercollegiate Physics Fest ‘Phoenix 2015’ at SPC Puttur
February 16: P.G Department of Physics of St Philomena College had organized Phoenix 2015, ‘The Immortality...
Wilfy Rebimbus Memorial Sangeeth Saanz at Pamboor on 15th Feb
February 13: Parichaya Team Pamboor Presenting ’Sangeeth Saanz’ on 15th February 2015
Annual feast of Queen Mary Church held at Ranipura
February 12: The annual fest of Queen Mary Church was held at Ranipura on February 11, Wednesday.
ICYM Udupi Diocese organised ’Konkani Yuva Fest’ in Moodubelle
February 9: Indian Catholic Youth Movement (ICYM) Udupi Diocese organised ’KonKani Yuva Fest’ in Moodubelle
Prayer programs planned against church attacks
Christians will hold special prayers at least in 100 places across the country for three days for an end to the "attacks" on churches
Bishop asks priests to be kind with marriages, families
Bishop Thomas Dabre of Pune has urged diocesan priests to teach Church doctrines on family and marriage with...
Former priests, nuns form national association
Former Catholic priests and nuns have formed a national-level organization, in their push for social...
Thai nuns seek higher studies at Salesian University in India
The newly elected Superior General of the Sisters Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (SIHM) in Thailand
Bishops thank Modi’s effort at freeing abducted priest
The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India has thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi
St Antony’s feast in Kachchatheevu
Over 5000 pilgrims from India and Sri Lanka are expected to attend the feast of St.Anthony’s church
Retired bishop of Nashik passes away
Retired Indian bishop of Nashik, Thomas Bhalerao, passed away on
Church campaign detects 600 cancer cases in Kerala district
An awareness campaign Church groups conducted in Kerala’s Ernakulum district has identified over 600
In 2014’7,000 Christians faced threats’,reports Catholic body
The Mumbai-based Catholic Secular Forum (CSF) says it has documented 120 attacks on Christians and their institutions
Bishops march with candle to protest church attacks
More than 100 bishops in India took out a candle light march to express their concern over the increasing
Cardinal Oswald Gracias has been re-elected as the president of the CCBI
Cardinal Oswald Gracias has been re-elected the president of the Conference of the Catholic Bishops of India
Indian priests find growing role in the West
The tide has turned so much so that today a growing number of Catholic priests from India travel to, stay on and settle in the United States
Asia’s biggest Christian convention begins in Kerala
Asia’s biggest Christian convention got underway with Philipose Mar Chrysostum
Vatican officials denied Indian visa
The Indian Government this week denied entry into the country to two Catholic priests
Protests Against Delhi Church Attacks:Police Drag Priests, Women Into Buses
Hundreds of Christians clashed with the Delhi Police
Charlie Hebdo attack a lesson for media: retired prelate
A retired Catholic archbishop from Kerala has called for "limits" to freedom of expression, saying the
Nuncio urges Church to fight discrimination
Apostolic Nuncio Archbishop Salvatore Pennacchio has exhorted the Church
Catholic Church vandalized in Delhi
Vandals attacked a Catholic Church in south Delhi early
Religious celebrate world day of consecrated life
Priests and nuns of the Vijayawada diocese gathered at the Shrine Church
Bishops to delve into ways to revitalize liturgical life
140 Catholic bishops from across the country will gather in Bengaluru
New statutes for economic reform are in effect at the Vatican
Statutes of the Vatican Council for Economy, Secretariat for the Economy
North African violence – dialogue and encounter,says Pope
Pope Francis encouraged the bishops from northern Africa to dialogue with and encounter other groups
Pope Francis explains judging yourself is a Christian virtue
The capacity of all men to commit the most despicable of sins should inspire the self-awareness
In Malaysia, ethical questions arise after conversion of schoolgirl
Only 11 kilometers separated rubber tapper Jilius Yapoo from his daughter at her boarding school in...
Bomb detonates outside church in the Philippines
Philippine police are conducting an investigation following a bomb blast outside a parish church in...
IS releases 19 abducted Christian Assyrians
The Islamic State (IS) militants on Sunday released 19 Christian Assyrians they had kidnapped last month...
Cambodia deports 36 Vietnamese Montagnards
Cambodia has deported 36 Vietnamese Montagnards after they were arrested while trying to seek asylum, in the...
Why this priest has spent 50 years fighting with the New York Times
A lot has changed in journalism since 1961, but not Msgr. Daniel S. Hamilton’s resolve to rebut the New...
The message of Jesus at the Transfiguration: Listen and follow, says Pope
The Transfiguration reveals the glory of Christ and demands a response of listening to and following...
Is there a ’roadmap to happiness’ in marriage?
With the family in the spotlight ahead of the Church’s upcoming Synod in October, one video initiative is...
The Pope’s Lent retreat: Bucking tradition
Pope Francis has altered the custom of his predecessors by leaving the Vatican for his yearly Lenten retreat
Pope Francis back from Ariccia
Pope Francis expressed his gratitude to the priest who led the reflections
Pope Francis has a message for lapsed Catholics: It’s never too late
Fallen away Catholics are being invited to “come home” this Lent through a worldwide
Taiwan visit by illicit bishop raises speculation on Sino-Vatican relations
The visit of an illicit mainland bishop to Taipei during Chinese New Year has caused embarrassment for the Taiwan Church
African bishops aim for observer status at African Union
The African bishops took the first step toward having representation at the African Union
Jerusalem church building torched in apparent hate crime
Suspected Jewish extremists set fire to a church-owned building in Jerusalem
Turkish border closed as Christian hostages in Syria
The number of ISIS hostages in Syria has increased to at least 250 after continued attacks on Christian villages
Chinese Bible association gathers to make Scripture the heart of Church’s life
The United Chinese Catholic Biblical Association held its tenth World Chinese Biblical Congress last month in Taiwan
Ancient Roman pilgrimage revs-up spiritual aspect of Lent
Pilgrims in Rome, Ash Wednesday marked not only the start of the Church’s Lenten season, but also a traditional
Pope’s ’Mexicanization’ comment not intended to offend
The Vatican issued a statement clarifying a private comment made by Pope Francis
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