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.
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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.
The Supreme Court of India ordered their release on bail, as they challenge their controversial convictions for the 2008 assassination of a prominent Hindu holy man.
Devotees of Blessed Mariam Thresia Chiramel Mankidiyan share stories of faith and miraculous healings attributed to her intercession.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party expanded its political power in the May 23 elections.
Reports that the Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the multiple massacres increase the concerns.
In a pre-election pastoral letter, the Indian bishops refrained from direct criticism of the nation’s ruling Hindu nationalist government.
The overturning of the Catholic mother’s conviction for blasphemy triggered violent national protests by Islamist groups.