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April 7, 2016

The Holy Father Blesses the eyes of 5-year-old Lizzy whose loosing her sight

Lizzy Myers (who suffers from a rare genetic disease called "Usher’s Syndrome" which is gradually robbing her of her sight) and her family visited the Vatican on Wednesday 6th April where they…
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Asia-PacificNews
April 7, 2016

Indian Minister of External Affairs, Sushma Swaraj, reassures Local Bishops that Father Tom Uzhunnalil is alive

Rumors were spread of the crucifixion of kidnapped priest Tom Uzhunnalil. However, a government official on Saturday, told India’s bishops that the priest is alive, he also said that they…
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Asia-PacificNews
March 23, 2016

Christian convert stabbed to death by Islamic State said he was aware of the dangers he faced

The barbaric Islamic militant group ISIS, has claimed responsibility for the killing of Hussein Ali Sarkar, a Christian convert stabbed to death on Tuesday in Bangladesh. According an online group…
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Asia-PacificNews
March 21, 2016

Christians express deep concern over Israeli restrictions and policies during Easter celebrations

Christians have expressed deep concern over Israeli restrictions and policies during Religious celebrations that have been in effect for the past 6 years. The Easter celebrations have been marked with…
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Asia-PacificNews
March 18, 2016

The Red Nuns of the Contemplative Monastic Order in Thailand

The Redemptoristine Nuns of Liguori, Founded in Italy by Sister Maria Celeste Crostarosa and Saint Alphonsus Liguori in 1731 as an Order of contemplative nuns has opened a new monastery…
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Asia-PacificNews
March 16, 2016

Mexican-American professor, Fr. Elizondo accused of child-sex abuse found dead, suicide suspected

Rev. Fr. Virgilio Elizondo, Mexican-American professor at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, usually described as “the father of U.S. Latino religious thought,” was found dead in…
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