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Topic: India

The Catholic civil rights hero who really deserves a statue

Why are we honouring Gandhi but snubbing the Irish leader who helped to inspire him?

Sister who founded order in India is declared Venerable

Pope formally declares that Mother Mary Veronica of the Passion, a Carmelite nun, lived a life of heroic virtue

Jesuit priest working with former refugees kidnapped in Afghanistan

Father Alexis Prem Kumar was reportedly abducted by a group of unidentified men

Megachurch pastor Ulf Ekman: ‘We need what the Lord has given to the Catholic Church to live fully as Christians’

The founder of Scandinavia’s biggest Bible school on why he is becoming a Catholic

Indian Church conference leads to national Christian women’s movement

The Indian Christian Women’s Movement established after talks on the impact of the Second Vatican Council

‘Gay people are not criminals,’ says Cardinal Gracias

One of the Pope’s advisers speaks out after Supreme Court in India restores ban on homosexual acts

Obituary: Alison Davis

Alison Davis, who for 30 years was the representative of the SPUC disability group, No Less Human, was born on January 8, 1955. She died on December 3, 2013

‘If our faith is to mean anything significant in our lives then we do need to be on the move’

An Anglican priest on how his spiritual journey is enhanced by traditions other than his own

Church agencies in India prepare for massive relief effort

Work begins to help the estimated nine million affected by a cyclone

Pope Francis mourns Indian cardinal

Cardinal Simon Pimenta, who led the Archdiocese of Bombay for 18 years, has died at the age of 93