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Indonesian Minister for Education and Culture with the bishops

Indonesian Minister for Education and Culture with the bishops

Catholic schools: Indonesia’s models in character-building

28/08/2017 14:40

Indonesia’s Minister Muhadjir Effendy on Aug 25, met with the Bishops to learn about character-building programe the Catholic schools have introduced, to apply in state-run schools as a part of efforts to tackle extremism.

 

Archbishop Soosa Pakiam - KCBC president

Archbishop Soosa Pakiam - KCBC president

Kerala bishop opposes bill to govern church property

20/04/2017 16:47

The Latin rite archbishop of Kerala, in a letter dated April 15 has urged the Government not to interfere in the administration of church properties. 

 

Family and friends grieve over Afghan reporter Zabihullah Tamanna, 38-year old father of three, who was killed on July 5th 2016 in a Taliban ambush

Family and friends grieve over Afghan reporter Zabihullah Tamanna, 38-year old father of three, who was killed on July 5th 2016 in a Taliban ambush

10 news professionals dead in Afghanistan

22/07/2016 16:14

10 news professionals have already been killed in Afghanistan in the first six months of 2016,  the most dangerous year for journalists in Afghanistan. 

Beijing Cathedral

Beijing Cathedral

Beijing workshop 'educates' Catholic clergy

21/06/2016 14:59

About 150 Catholic bishops, priests, nuns and lay leaders are attending a five day workshop from June 20-24, in Beijing conducted by the Chinese central government.

 

Archbishop Socrates Villegas

Archbishop Socrates Villegas

Philippine bishops promise collaboration with the new government

10/05/2016 14:56

“Get up let us go  with this verse taken from the Gospel of Matthew  the Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines has released a statement  on May 9, after the presidential elections that saw the victory of Rodrigo Duterte, mayor of  Davao city.

 

It is the fifth anniversary of the slaying of former minority affairs minister Shahbaz Bhatti on March 2, 2011

It is the fifth anniversary of the slaying of former minority affairs minister Shahbaz Bhatti on March 2, 2011

Pakistan agrees to increase minority parliamentarians

02/03/2016 15:13

The Pakistani parliamentary body’s agreement to a constitutional amendment to increase the number of reserved seats for religious minorities, comes a day before the anniversary of the slaying of former Catholic cabinet minister Shahbaz Bhatti.