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A Chapel for a New Parish in India


The town of Bettiah is in the state of Bihar in eastern India. Bihar borders Nepal to the north and is ranked as the third …

Cross that was removed from Madanpur

India: Church leaders urge government to protect Christians against attacks triggered by anti-conversion campaign


“The number of atrocities targeting Christians in this state is rising alarmingly.”

Success Story: A Moped for a Religious Sister in India


Sister Shobka Rani Talari smiles whenever she climbs onto her brand-new moped. She is what they call a “touring Sister,” a religious Sister who travels …

Touring sisters

In India, thanks to a new scooter, ‘touring sisters’ get a boost


“Since Sister Shobka Rani has had the scooter, she has been able to double the number of visits  to villages,”

Support the Life and Ministry of 63 Religious Sisters in India


The nuns of India’s Diocese of Roukela write, “We cannot save the whole world, but at least we can help those people here among whom …

Success Story: A New Church for the Parish of Saint Anthony Claret in India


The 23rd of February, 2020, was a big day for the faithful of the Parish of Saint Anthony Claret in Bishrail, in the state of …

Success Story: 10 Mopeds for Pastoral Work in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands of India


Thanks to you, our supporters, priests in the Andaman and Nicobar islands in the Indian Ocean now are able to more easily reach their parishioners. …

India—suffering and consolation in the time of COVID-19


“While still adhering to the measures imposed, they are seeking out those in need and giving them food. They are helping everyone—Catholics, Protestants, Hindus, Muslims—without any discrimination whatsoever.”

India: falsely accused of murder, a Christian is out on bail


“Initially, other (Hindu) prisoners treated us as murderers and they were hostile to us. It was a hopeless situation. When the mind was so distressed, prayer was the only solace for us. Besides our common prayers, I would start every day in prayer and end with prayer.”

In India, a battle to keep the country from becoming a confessional state


“These are extremely bad times for Christians in India. We have had consistent attacks on pastors, priests and lay Christians.  Church property is targeted. And there is intimidation, harassment and denigration of Christians by Hindu nationalist groups.”

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