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Asia Bibi’s appeal hearing postponed

One of the three judges scheduled to preside at the hearing said he could not hear the case The appeal of Asia Bibi, the Pakistani Christian woman sentenced to…

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19 Sep 2015 News USA No comments

Christ is our only hope – Syrian Christians pray for miracles amid Islamists' carnage

Syrian natives who have ministered to refugees from the civil war there are trusting in God to protect their fellow Christians. There are many “satans” in th…

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27 Jan 2016 Middle East - Africa News No comments

Catholic bishops' of Kenya sympathies with military families after the Al-Shabaab attack

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Putting Life on Ice

The latest company benefit, subsidising female employees to freeze their eggs so they don’t have to interrupt their careers, has drawn widespread criticism. Re…

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09 Sep 2015 Asia-Pacific News No comments

Catholic faith spreads among Bangladesh’s adivasis

Cardinal Fernando Filoni, the prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, is visiting Rajshahi, a city of 840,000 in western Bangladesh where…

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25 Oct 2016 News Comments (1)

10-year-old girl prays for miracle and God delivers

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What does it look like to be gay – and a practicing Catholic?

More than 10 years ago, Joseph Prever found himself scouring the internet for anything that might help him: he was gay, Catholic, and confused. Resources were s…

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Mother Teresa to be Canonized Saint come 2016

The Congregation of Causes of Saints of Vatican has concluded their investigations on Mother Teresa of Calcuta and a dossier have been submitted to Pope Francis.

In the report includes a miracle of curing a Brazilian man who had a malignant brain tumor.

To these end, Mother Terasa’s canonization as saint might be next year 2016, following the just concluded investions by the Vatican’s Congregation of Causes of Saints, as the the whole world awaits the final say from Vatican. As reported by an Indian Newspaper.



  1. Patrick Gannon Reply

    I predict that this mistake will come back to haunt the Church. We have an internet now and the real MT is known by a growing number of people who will ridicule the RCC for this decision. The woman’s doctor claims it was a cyst, not a tumor and that standard medical practices cured it. The woman’s husband agreed with the doctor. That the RCC would go forward in the light of this publicly known information seems rather foolish as it will further damage the credibility of this Iron Age religious organization.

  2. Brenda Fattaleh Reply

    God Bless you Mother Teres you should be a Saint you lived your entire life living like one. You Truly are a saint in my eyes and my mothers

  3. joan Maino Reply

    consider myself blessed to have a letter sent to me in response for help.The paper bears her signature and good advice

  4. Phyllis DiRenzo Reply

    Privileged to have met her personally as did my sister and my mother. Her holiness rAdiated from her eyes. I knew then in 1976 that I was in the presence of a saint.

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