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“We use our pulpits to explain to people how to avoid becoming infected with the disease. A special task force, headed by the diocesan Caritas office, has been formed to coordinate response to the crisis. Pamphlets and other material has been given to parishes for distribution to catechists and pastoral workers as part of a wider programme of awareness building and to spread information about the Ebola virus. More»
 
 
"Slaves no more, but brothers and sisters" will be the title of the Message for the 48th World Day of Peace, the second of the papacy of Pope Francis. Many people think that slavery is a thing of the past. In fact, this social plague remains all too real in today’s world. More»
 
 
The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India has issued a statement lamenting “sporadic events of violence against Christians in certain parts of India.”  More»
 
 
On Sunday, Cardinal Gracias, the archbishop of Bombay and president of the Federation of the Asian Bishops' Conference, told thousands of young pilgrims gathered at Mass in Haemi, Korea, that the next Asian Youth Day will be held in Indonesia in 2017. More»
 
 
Mgr. Christopher Bialasik, SVD, Bishop of the Diocese of Oruro (Bolivia), invited the community to celebrate the national holiday that falls tomorrow, August 6, in a spirit of unity and peace.  More»
 
 
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