The Catholic Church in Kerala is alarmed by trending statistics.
Results from Tag: 'anto akkara'
‘The country has been too complacent and relaxed for too long,’ Archbishop Prakash Mallavarapu told the Register.
But the recent harassment of four Catholic nuns traveling on a train in northern India has undermined the BJP’s electoral efforts to portray itself as sympathetic to Christian concerns.
The inspiring life of Antony Akkaraparambil, an impoverished father of nine children, has focused attention on the need to support large Catholic families in the southern state of Kerala.
Indian Church Leaders Applaud National Government’s Confirmation of a ‘Coercion-Free’ Population Policy
The nation’s Catholic bishops pointed out there is no demographic justification to advocate for such a policy, given that India’s population is stabilizing without it. But pro-life efforts continue in the wake of anti-life efforts.
‘Forced conversion has become a major tool for the persecution of Christians and Hindus in Pakistan,’ said a representative from the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Pakistan.
Devotion to Mary was always a central element of St. Teresa’s faith, as demonstrated by her choice to found her congregation on this date.
Sri Lankan Catholics told the Register that the cardinal’s act of forgiveness, expressed at Easter Mass on April 12, is only one aspect of the process that is needed to ward off renewed religious violence.
In his speech Feb. 24, Trump acknowledged that concerns about religious freedom and India’s months-long detention of political leaders in Kashmir were discussed privately.
Critics say the law, which denies the opportunity for citizenship to Muslim refugees, is a threat to India’s secular democracy.