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Help Construct a Parish House and Chapel in India

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The Diocese of Bettiah lies in one of the poorest regions of India. Located in the far northeast,  on the frontier with Nepal, the diocese …

Report: violence against Christians is on the rise across India

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The Hindu extremists who are behind these attacks, the report said, did not even spare women from their terror. More than 1331 women were injured in the violence against Christians.

Success Story: A Moped for Pastoral Work in India

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The people of the Parish of Saint Therese of the Child Jesus in Rajam, in the north of the state of Andhra Pradesh in central …

In India, radical Hindus accuse two nuns of illegal conversions

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“We have not done anything wrong or illegal, yet in full public view we were forcefully taken to police station. It is quite shocking, and we never imagined such a situation in our lives.”

Anti-conversion law foments anti-Christian campaign in central India

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“Even an act of Christian charity can be construed as a case of illegally attempted conversion,” Shah said.

In India, a priest is acquitted of attempting ‘forcible religious conversion’

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“The seminary has been there for over 25 years and we have never forced anyone to convert.”

PPE for Sisters of Mercy in West Bengal, India

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The Sisters of Mercy of the Holy Cross in West Bengal, India are immensely grateful. Thanks to the generosity of our benefactors, the Sisters were …

ACN helps Catholic communities in India cope with second wave of COVID-19

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This second massive wave of infections has caught the dioceses with empty coffers.

Support the Training of Lay Leaders for a Family Apostolate in India

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India’s Diocese of Tura began in 1973, with only four parishes and 40,000 members. Today, there are 45 parishes, and the Catholic population has grown …

The death of India’s Father Stan Swamy: ‘his fate should be a wake-up call for the international community’

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The Indian authorities accused him of having contacts with Maoist and militant groups, which the Jesuit always denied.

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