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18th National Catholic Conference of Catholic Psychologists of India

September 23:"Psychologists must help people to know their true self" – Bishop Aloysius Paul D’Souza at CCPI National Conference.

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Newly built Presbytery inaugurated at Kifaru Parish, Tanzania

September 18:The long newly built Presbytery at Kifaru Parish, Same Tanzania was inaugurated on 10th September 2017.

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Graduation Ceremony at St Joseph Boys’ Science Secondary School

September 16:The ninth of September 2017 was a red letter day in the history of St. Joseph Boys’ Science Secondary School, Same diocese in Tanzania.

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The Feast of Nativity of Our Lady (’Monthi Fest’) and the Blessing of new corn celebrated

September 16:The feast of Nativity of Our Lady( ’Monthi Fest’) and the Blessing of new corn was celebrated with devotion and enthusiasm, at St Joseph Boy’s Science Secondary School, Kifaru Parish, Same, Tanzania on 8th September 2017.

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Catholic Sabha Mangalore Pradesh (R) condemns the murder of Gawri Lankseh

September 16:The members of Catholic Sabha Mangaluru Pradesh on Thursday September 14 held a strong protest condemning the recent murder of senior journalist Gauri Lankesh.

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60th Batch of GNM of Father Muller Hospital inaugurated

September 14: The inauguration of 60th Batch of General Nursing Course was inaugurated on 13th September, at Rajatha Bhavan Hall, in FMCI campus.

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Inauguration of 33rd Batch of BHMS (Homoeopathy) course 2017-18 at Father Muller’s, Deralakatte

September 14: The Inauguration of 33rd batch of BHMS course of Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College for the academic year 2017-18 was held on 12th September 2017 at College Auditorium.

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Inauguration of AHS Courses 2017-18 at Father Muller Medical College, Kankanady

September 14:The inauguration of Allied Health Science (AHS) Courses of Father Muller Medical College for the year 2017-18 was held on 12th September at the Decennial Memorial Hall in the Hospital campus, Mangalore.

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St Antony Charity Institute Jeppu Mangalore organised a Medical Camp at Vittal

September 13:In memory of 120 years of its existence St Antony Charity Institute Jeppu Mangalore organised a Medical Camp at Vittal in association with JCC Vittal, ICYM Vittal Parish and Father Mullers Medical College Mangalore .

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"Monti Feast 2017" at St. Jude Church, Pakshikere

September 13: St Jude Church and Shrine Pakshikere celebrated the feast of the birth of Mother Mary with great pomp on Friday 8th September.

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Nativity Feast celebrated at Milagres Church

September 9:Nativity feast Grand procession began at the residence of Mr James Madtha.

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A unique way of celebrating the ‘Monthi Fest’ : YCS Unit, Bejai

September 8: First time in the history of Diocese of Mangalore, Y.C.S unit of St Francis Xavier Church Bejai, has organised a unique competition called ‘GROTTO MAKING COMPETITION’.

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Catholic Sabha City Varado organised "Prathiba Puraskar 2017"

September 5: Catholic Sabha Mangalore Pradesh (R) City Varado and Bondel unit organized Prathibha Puraskar - 2017 for the meritorious students of the 12 parishes of city deanery for X std, II PUC, Degree and Post-graduate.

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Teachers Day Celebration at Catholic Board of Education Mangalore.

September 4:Teachers Day celebration of Catholic Board of education of Mangalore diocese for its heads of institutions was held on 2 September at Pastoral Institute Hall Bajjodi.

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Faithful in large number bid final adieu to Fr J. N. Lobo at Valencia Church

September 4: Funeral Mass and final rites of Fr Joseph Nicholos Lobo was held on 1 September at Valencia Church, Mangalore.

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Mangalore-Africa Mission "Divine Mercy Drinking Water Project" at Kwnyange Village, Tanzania

September 2:Come let’s Praise God! Mangalore-Africa Mission "Divine Mercy Drinking Water Project" at Kwnyange Village has been blessed by the Merciful Lord. On 30.08.2017 at 1.30 p.m.

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1st Day of Novena of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary : Moodbidri

August 31:The 9 days Novena in preparation for the Nativity Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary started today Wednesday, 30th August, at the Corpus Christi Church – Moodbidri with the Morning Mass at 6.45 a.m. by V. Rev. Fr. Paul Sequeira.

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Youth from Moodbidri Deanery partake in "Yuva Sangath 2017"

August 31:St. Matthew’s Varado Moodbidri, ICYM Moodbidri Varado and ICYM Gantalakatte Unit jointly organised "YUVA SANGATH 2017" program on Sunday August 27, 2017.

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Inter-Parish Football and Lagori Tournament – 2017 organised by ICYM Neermarga Unit

August 28:On account of Golden Jubilee of Neermarga Parish, Inter-Parish Football and Lagori Tournament was organized by St. Joseph the Worker Church, ICYM Neermarga on Sunday August 20 at Neermarga Church Ground.

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Moodbidri : Catholic Sabha Deanery organises Religious - Laity Get-together

August 26:Catholic Sabha Moodbidri Deanery organised Religious - Laity Get-together as part of their Silver Jubilee programmes on Friday August 25 at Moodbidri Church Hall.

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Millions kept as slaves at India’s brick kilns, report says

September 22: Millions of people are being subjected to "appalling" levels of slavery in India’s brick kiln industry, including endemic presence of debt-bondage and child slavery, a rights group says in a report released Sept. 20.

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Reunion meet of Syro-Malankara Catholic Church held

September 22:The 87th anniversary of reunion of Syro-Malankara Church with Catholic Church was celebrated from Sept 19 to 21 at Mar Ivanios Nagar in Adoor in Pathanamthitta district.

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Jharkhand farmers resist move to take over their lands

September 22: Unrest continues in India’s eastern Jharkhand state over a law that farmers say would help government acquire their lands without consent.

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Government seals off Catholic mission in central India

September 22:Government officials in a remote area of central Indian Madhya Pradesh state have impounded the property of a Catholic mission and forced its priest out of the premises, allegedly under pressure from right-wing Hindu activists.

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No floor test, no elections in 18 seats: Madras HC

September 21: Declining a stay on the disqualification of 18 rebel AIADMK MLAs, the Madras High Court on Wednesday ordered that no floor test should be held .

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Lawyers forum launched for clerics, Religious in Kerala

September 21: A forum was launched to bring together legal professionals among the Catholic clergy and Religious in Kerala with an aim to build solidarity and coordinate their work for better efficiency.

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Forcing patriotic slogan on Indian schools criticized

September 21: A pro-Hindu politician in central India has asked school students to register their presence in classes by saying Jai Hind (hail India), a slogan Christians says is a move to exclude religious minorities and foster Hindu nationalism.

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Catholics threatened in Sagar village

September 21: Some 30 Catholics in a remote mission area of Sagar dioceses live under fear after right-wing Hindu activists have asked them to flee the village or face dire consequences.

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India third among countries that faced most natural disasters: Guterres

September 20:India ranked third among the countries that have faced the most natural disasters in the last half century, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Tuesday pleading for unwavering international action on climate change.

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Indian Salesian priest recounts tale of capture, liberation

September 20: Salesian Father Tom Uzhunnalil was sitting in a room in an unknown location -- one of several he had been relocated to during his 18-month imprisonment -- when he received some unexpected news.

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Mumbai priest conducts ancient Biblical Hebrew, Greek courses

September 20:A Catholic priest in Mumbai is offering the community a chance to learn ancient Biblical Hebrew and Greek, the languages in which the Old Testament and the New Testament were originally written in.

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Meeting Fr. Uzhunnalil special experience: Cardinal Gracias

September 20:Cardinal Oswald Gracias of Bombay has described his meeting with Fr. Thomas Uzhunnalil in Rome as “a special experience”.

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Some Rohingyas are linked to ISI, Pakistani terrorists: Centre to SC

September 19: The Centre on Monday told the Supreme Court not to interfere in the Rohingya issue as the move to deport .

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Singer Yesudas to worship at Padmanabha temple

September 19: Legendary singer K J Yesudas, a Christian by birth, has declared himself a Hindu devotee and gained permission to visit the centuries-old Sree Padmanabha Swamy temple here and offer worship.

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Bishops issue guidelines to deal with sexual harassment

September 19: The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India has released a set of guidelines to prevent sexual harassment at the workplace, including a code of conduct to be signed by employees in all institutions under its control.

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Fr Uzhunnalil hopes to return to Kerala in 10 days

September 19: Keralite Catholic priest Fr Tom Uzhunnalil, who is here after being released from the captivity of terrorists in Yemen, hopes to return to his homeland soon.

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Church thanks Sushma for Father Tom’s rescue

September 19:The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India has lauded the role of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in securing the release of Father Tom Uzhannalil, the Kerala priest abducted by the Islamic State in Yemen in March 2016.

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Burning of cardinal’s effigy upsets Indian bishops

September 19:Indian bishops have urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to stem hate attacks on Christians in eastern Jharkhand State after a Hindu group burned an effigy of Cardinal Telesphore Toppo.

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Freed Indian priest in Rome for treatment

September 18:The Sept. 12 release of an Indian Salesian priest after 18 months of captivity by his Islamic abductors in Yemen has brought much joy and relief to church officials and relatives in his native Kerala state in southern India.

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Indian Muslims should embrace triple talaq verdict

September 18: On August 22, the Supreme Court ruled that triple talaq -- the practice which allows a man to divorce his wife instantly by saying the word talaq thrice -- is unconstitutional.

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In latest Mercy Friday outing, Pope visits patients at neuro-rehab center

September 23:In a surprise visit on Friday, Pope Francis stopped by the Santa Lucia Foundation, a neuro-rehabilitation center in Rome.

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Ending human trafficking requires everyone’s efforts, archbishop says

September 23:At a United Nations gathering in New York City, a Holy See official stressed the need for a multi-pronged approach in fighting human trafficking and aiding victims.

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US bishops: Newest health care proposal fails moral test

September 23:Leading U.S. bishops have applauded pro-life provisions in the newest GOP health care proposal, but said that substantial changes are needed in other areas to make the bill morally acceptable.

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Rise in immigration makes us missionaries at home, Pope Francis says

September 23:On Friday, Pope Francis said that the mass arrival of migrants and refugees may have its challenges, but also gives us the opportunity to be missionaries – even without leaving home.

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Vatican at UN: Nukes won’t save us – let’s seek a better path

September 23:Nuclear weapons are a force for instability and any claims they promote peace are chasing illusions, the Holy See’s Secretary for Relations with States told leading diplomats seeking a nuclear test ban treaty.


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Villanova ’culture warrior’ professor accepts Douthat debate invitation

September 23:New York Times columnist Ross Douthat invited Villanova theologian Massimo Faggioli to a debate, and Faggioli has said that he would be open to the idea.

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What’s the secret to 70 years of religious life? The Virgin Mary, this nun says

September 22:Sister Crucita has been a member of the Josephine Sisters in Mexico for 70 years.

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Vatican official laments lack of fair trade label for commercial fishing

September 22:An upcoming world congress by the Catholic organization Apostleship of the Sea will focus on the plight of fishermen, who frequently face exploitation in carrying out their work, according to one Vatican official.

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In abuse cases there should be no recourse to appeals, Pope Francis says

September 22:There should be no opportunity for appealing canonical cases of sexual abuse against minors when allegations have been proven by evidence, Pope Francis said in spontaneous comments Thursday.

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Pope Francis: Fighting the mafia starts with cleaning up politics

September 22:In a meeting with Italy’s Anti-Mafia Parliamentary Commission on Thursday, Pope Francis said that dismantling the mafia begins with a political commitment to social justice and economic reform.

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Church collapses in Mexico quake during baptism, killing several

September 22:On Sept. 19, a family in Puebla, Mexico was attending the baptism of their daughter when a 7.1-magnitude earthquake shook the church, cracking the dome above them, which collapsed and fell on top of them.

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Archbishop Chaput: Fr. Martin deserves respectful criticism, not trash-talking

September 22:Some of the verbal attacks on Father James Martin, S.J. have been “inexcusably ugly,” Archbishop Charles J. Chaput has said in response to reactions to the controversial priest.

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Pope reiterates Church’s ‘zero tolerance’ on abuse of minors

September 22:Thursday in a written speech Pope Francis reiterated the Catholic Church’s commitment to the protection of minors from sexual abuse, stating that the Church will continue to take a “zero tolerance” stance against offenders.

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Catholic health care growth a benefit, not a threat, ethicist says

September 21:A research paper that depicts the growth of Catholic health care as a threat to reproductive health ignores the attraction of Catholic hospitals and downplays the ethical concerns about procedures like abortion and sterilization.

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What it’s like to gather relics of Fr. Stanley Rother

September 21:When Fr. Stanley Rother, a missionary priest from Okarche, Oklahoma, was killed by rebels in Guatemala, his body was transferred back to the United States to be buried by his family.

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Pope Francis prays for Mexico during this ‘moment of sorrow’

September 21:Wednesday Pope Francis expressed his closeness to the people of Mexico after they suffered a devastating earthquake Sept. 19, asking for the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe for all those who have died or lost loved ones.

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Korea exhibit at Vatican shares history, peace through art

September 21:An exhibit at the Vatican this month shows the 230-year history of the Catholic Church on the Korean peninsula, highlighting the faith of its martyrs and promoting a message of peace.

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US Senate committee advances bill to aid Christians in Iraq

September 21:A Senate committee on Tuesday voted to advance a bill that seeks to ensure U.S. aid reaches Christian genocide victims in Iraq.

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Mexican bishops join in prayer, grief after second deadly earthquake

September 21:Following Mexico’s second major earthquake in two weeks, bishops in the country called for prayers and solidarity, asking Our Lady of Guadalupe to intercede and comfort the suffering people.

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For the first time in 30 years, Sistine Choir to perform in US

September 21:The Sistine Chapel Choir will perform in the U.S. for the first time in three decades, and will sing compositions that one expert says are an important heritage of the American Church.

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