Category: Indian Spirituality

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Ernakulam-Angamali archdiocese to take on love marriages

Kochi (Matters India): Hundreds of Syro-Malabar Catholic couples will assemble in Kochi to address true and immature love. “Believers should be able to differentiate true love from immature love,” says Fr Augustine Kallely, director of family apostolate of Ernakuluam-Angamaly archdiocese....

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The US and its “immigration mess”: The Pope can help

In this interview the Archbishop of Philadelphia, Charles Chaput, analyses Pope Francis’ visit to America. By Andres Bel Tramo Alvaraes  in Vatican Insider              (Note: Pope Francis will be in Philadelphia  on Sept.27 for the world conference of Catholic families just before...

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Orthodox Church to adopt Nepal village

Kottayam (Matters India) : The Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church will adopt a village in Nepal. According to a spokesman of the Church, this will be a comprehensive reconstruction project in the earthquake-hit country. Under the project, 50 houses in the...

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Don’t be an ordinary priest: Dominican

If you are finding a genuine vocation for priesthood, commit yourself to it. But dare to be different. Don’t aim at becoming an ordinary priest but a person who can really become another Christ through words and deeds. The story...

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Latest book on Kandhamal released

Raikia (Story By: Ashok Singh, Matters India): A book entitled “Kandhamal: Massacre of the Innocent,” was released on August 31 by Mani Shankar Aiyar, a former federal minister, at a function held at Raikia, a town in Odisha’s Kandhamal district. The function...

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Learn similarities of religions to stop violence

Belur (Story By: Shyamal Baran Roy– Matters India): Salesian general councilor for South Asia Fr. Maria Arokiam Kanaga has said that awareness must be created of the similarities among religions to bring communities closer to one another and end violence on...

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Heed the poor: Archbishop Moras asks guests on birthday

Story By: Adolf Washington – Matters India. Bengaluru: Archbishop Bernard Moras surprised his birthday wishers when he sought their support in his efforts to reach education to the poor and downtrodden. Politicians, top-police officers, bureaucrats, priests, religious, pastors, members of various Catholic organizations,...

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Sachidananda Bharathi launched Peace March for communal harmony

Swami Sachidananda Bharathi is the Founder & Acharya-guru of Navasrushti International Trust and all its' Initatives including NationalRegeneration Movement, Disciples of Christ for Peace,Dharma Bharathi Mission, Dharma Bharathi Ashram, Dharma Bharathi School of Forgiveness and Reconciliation, Dharma Rajya Vedi, &Navasrushti International Trust. He is a former Indian Air...