Religious Asia

Mary Schools Sisters' founder made venerable

Mary Schools Sisters' founder made venerable

The Vatican on January 23 officially declared Servant of God Fr. Aloysius Schwartz a venerable.

CBCP President lauds contributions of religious congregations

CBCP President lauds contributions of religious congregations

Archbishop Villegas took the opportunity to pay tribute to the “selfless men and women” who had “lived Christ and shared Christ,” bringing the Christian faith to the country

Former Caritas officer in Japan becomes nun

Former Caritas officer in Japan becomes nun

“She was one of the most efficient program officers we had in Caritas Japan,” said Bishop Kikuchi, the president of Caritas Japan

Hilton Foundation makes grants for Asian women religious

Hilton Foundation makes grants for Asian women religious

Grant from the Hilton Foundation will help empower Catholic women religious in Asia to be effective agents of social change and to enhance the professional and educational networks.

Salesians win Inclusive India Award

Salesians win Inclusive India Award

Don Bosco Tech was set up in 2006 to provide quality vocational training to poor youth

Cambodian Salesians start new high school

Cambodian Salesians start new high school

An atmosphere of peace can be built together in the school, the governor said.

Winning with a focus on inter-religious dialogue

Winning with a focus on inter-religious dialogue

“Dancing of Life” is about inter-religious dialogue in daily life as lived by the villagers of Demangan, Wedomartani and Sleman in Yogyakarta Province.

Education, food and protection for orphaned girls in India

Education, food and protection for orphaned girls in India

The head of the Centre is Sister Pushpa Rani, an Indian, graduated in Medicine and specialized in gynecology in Turin, described the situation and the difficulties experienced.

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