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Papacy: The wonder continues

Papacy: The wonder continues

Though the forces of hell have been subjecting papacy to nefarious calculations starting from the first Pope Saint Peter who was crucified head down in Rome, in t

Fatima is a warning for us today

Fatima is a warning for us today

“The Virgin Mary and God himself are infinitely sad. It is up to us to console them.” These words are from the heart of a child as he experienced in his vision

The unusual story of Edgardo Mortara

The unusual story of Edgardo Mortara

The abduction of Edgardo Mortara left the world in outrage. Protests erupted against the decision of Pio Nono, and petitions were signed by the intellectuals and r

Sacred Heart of Jesus: Message for today

Sacred Heart of Jesus: Message for today

The need to have this in today’s inhuman world is self-evident. We cannot wish it away saying cruelty is done for an ideology but we need to accept the fact that

Burrowing out of the rabbit hole

Burrowing out of the rabbit hole

Things which once seemed pleasurable dons a cloak of despair and the mere existence of oneself seems an ever laborious affair.

Catholicism and sense of time

Catholicism and sense of time

Christians are a forward looking people because that is their eschatology – looking forward. We cannot be a backward looking people because our God has strictly

Mardi Gras: A gala of extravagance

Mardi Gras: A gala of extravagance

Mardi Gras known also as Shrove Tuesday or Fat Tuesday, is inevitably a blend of music, dance, parades, floats, merrymaking and revelry. The colours of the Mardi G

Pepper pork with 'koorka': A gourmet's delight

Pepper pork with 'koorka': A gourmet's delight

Traditionally prepared with the best of spices, koorka with pork is a sheer gastronomic delight.

Food we need to have and need not have

Food we need to have and need not have

"What God has made clean, you must not call profane."

A camaraderie of faith

A camaraderie of faith

The compassionate and caring royal of Wales, Diana, first met the delicate 'little flower' of Skopje, clad invariably in a blue-striped white cotton saree in the

Tension: The why and the way out

Tension: The why and the way out

When Herbert Marcuse wrote “Eros and Civilization” and “One Dimensional Man” in the new industrialized society, this is what he had in mind. When we aliena

Diversely unified land of festivities

Diversely unified land of festivities

Festivals instill in us great joy, teaching us the lessons of togetherness and sharing.

Catholic mission to preserve Mother Nature

Catholic mission to preserve Mother Nature

As the native American proverb goes, "We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children." It is so pathetic when we realise the fact t

A slice of heaven

A slice of heaven

The fascinating history of cakes in India dates back to 1880 with an entrepreneur by the name Mambilly Bapu, setting up a borma to bring baked treats to the people

A union of faiths

A union of faiths

Blessed are those who find their soul mates, even blessed are the ones who gets a chance to walk down the aisle with their chosen one.

Simple health care: Remedy for complicated ones

Simple health care: Remedy for complicated ones

Dr. Joseph, a physician with long years of experience from Nadiad, Gujarat, who worked among the rural people of Gujarat used to keep a small piece of ginger alwa

Patriotism: A Christian perspective in action

Patriotism: A Christian perspective in action

These are days of paranoia when it comes to patriotism and nationalism. It is a viral problem all over the world. So much bloodshed is going on in the name of reli

The Catholic connection in Swarajya

The Catholic connection in Swarajya

Credited with Tilak’s famous phrase, Joseph Baptista also co-founded Home Rule and AITUC

Meet the first Christian BMC President who discovered Bombay bubonic plague

Meet the first Christian BMC President who discovered Bombay bubonic plague

Very few in Mumbai may even be recollecting the name of Dr.Accacio Gabriel Viegas, President of the then Bombay Municipal Corporation from 1906 to 1907.

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