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Buddhist composes symphony to mark Pope’s Sri Lanka visit

Buddhist composes symphony to mark Pope’s Sri Lanka visit

Cardinal Ranjith cited the importance of religious reconciliation in his address, and emphasized that the Pope’s visit “is an honour for Sri Lanka.”

Sistine Chapel Choir enchants Hong Kong

Sistine Chapel Choir enchants Hong Kong

Under the directorship of Monsignor Massimo Palombella, the choir performed classical arrangements of ancient prayers and parts of the Mass.

Cardinal Tagle shares joy with sick, abandoned elderly

Cardinal Tagle shares joy with sick, abandoned elderly

The prelate was the principal guest and presider during the mass and solemn blessing of the newly-expanded and furnished Mother Mercy Chapel inside the elderly home’s compound.

Reaching out to families of Laotian prisoners in Thailand

Reaching out to families of Laotian prisoners in Thailand

Over six days, the team visited 22 families as well as two ex-prisoners who were released last year.

100-days of formation for youth in Cang Zhou

100-days of formation for youth in Cang Zhou

The theme of the formation programme is: “the young are called to be light and salt of the earth”.

Indonesian priests meet to improve fraternity

Indonesian priests meet to improve fraternity

The national assembly aims to develop and share their thoughts, spiritual and fraternal activities.

Philippines’ Cradle of Faith holds annual Fluvial Procession

Philippines’ Cradle of Faith holds annual Fluvial Procession

Bishop David, the main celebrant for the Eucharistic celebration, called the annual fluvial procession a “return to the cradle and source of life”.

Korean Bishops launch 9-week course against nuclear power

Korean Bishops launch 9-week course against nuclear power

The course intends to familiarize the faithful with the teachings of the Catholic Church on nuclear technology.

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