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Manila Church leaders appeal Black Nazarene Feast to be celebrated with...

Church leaders in Manila, Philippines, have appealed to Black Nazarene faithful in the country to celebrate their feast by observing cleanliness for the environment....

Record number of faithful attends Marian Novena Mass in Manila

A record number of faithful attended this year’s first Marian Novena Mass at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Manila,...

The poor know the frustration of working hard with not much...

His Eminence Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle of Manila, in his ministry as Archbishop of Manila and in his travels for Caritas Internationalis, conveyed the...

Archdiocese of Jakarta to celebrate 2018 as the “Year of Unity”

In his first pastoral letter of this year, His Excellency Archbishop Ignatius Suharyo of Jakarta, Indonesia, declared 2018 as the “Year of Unity”. The...

Christian community in Myanmar celebrates Christmas together after 50 years

After 50 whole years, the Christian community in Myanmar gathered together to celebrate Christmas with joy, under the guidance of Catholics in the country....

Churches in the Philippines collect funds for typhoon victims

The Catholic Churches in the Philippines has launched a fund drive to help communities affected by the typhoon Vinta that stormed the southern Mindanao...

Persecutions against Christians in Pakistan continues

A violent mob amid escalating pre-Christmas tensions in Pakistan attacked a church on 19th December, 2017, night in Sambrial Town of Sialkot district in...

Photo-exhibition depicting the life of St. Mother Theresa opens in Japan

A photo-exhibition on the life of St. Mother Theresa has opened in Tokyo, Japan and aims to inspire people to be like the late...

“2018” declared as the Year of Clergy and Consecrated Persons by...

His Excellency Archbishop Romulo Valles of Davao, the new head of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines declared 2018 as the year of...

Pope Francis meets the leaders of religious communities in Myanmar

Holy Father Pope Francis met 17 leaders of Myanmar’s religious communities at the Archbishop’s house in Yangon and encouraged them that peace consists in...

Missionary priest makes 450 km bicycle journey to meet Pope Francis

Fr.Almir Trindade, a 38-year-old Italian missionary priest is undertaking 450 km bicycle pilgrimage with two companions from northern Bangladesh to meet Holy Father Pope...

Pope Francis meets Myanmar army chief in Yangon

Holy Father Pope Francis has met with the commander-in-chief of Myanmar’s  Armed Forces during the first day of his Apostolic visit to the country....

Korean and Japanese Bishops call for talks over nuclear tensions

Korean and Japanese bishops have called for political and military leaders in the Northeast Asia to establish peace through dialogue as tensions rise in...

Bishops in Vietnam calls youth to build a better world

Around 15,000 young Catholics from across northern Vietnam were given the message to shun selfishness and share the gospel with the poor in a...

Myanmar gears up to welcome Pope Francis

Myanmar has geared up to welcome Holy Father Pope Francis on 27th November, afternoon, although a first glance around the cities of Yangon and...

Church leaders in the Philippines warn of violence as peace fails

Filipino Church leaders warned of an upsurge in violence around the country after the government officially declared the termination of peace negotiations with communist...

Daegu Archdiocese in South Korea holds First “Youth Apostle” gathering

South-eastern Daegu Archdiocese in South Korea has held its first gathering for Sunday school students in which 1,200 young faithful participated to share their...

Myanmar joyously awaits Pope Francis’ apostolic visit

Myint Swe, a 74-yr-old Buddhist expressed his joy and concern and is looking forward to Pope Francis’ visit to Myanmar which he believes will...

Retired Cardinal of Hong Kong criticizes Holy See’s diplomacy

During a Memorial Mass for an underground Chinese priest who died in mysterious circumstances two years ago, His Eminence Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun of...

Filipino Catholics to wear red to show solidarity with persecuted Christians

Catholics in the Philippines will wear red on November 22, to show solidarity with persecuted Christians all over the world. The campaign called Red...

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