Monthly Archives: January 2015

TN govt orders top bureaucrat to stop preaching religion

The Government should also ensure that all religious symbols are taken out of all Government Offices. A.M.Sodder Karthick S, TNN |  Taken from Times of India inShare Umashankar’s open and public preaching of Christianity has raised the hackles of right-wing … Continue reading

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Workaholic fathers are turning children into ‘orphans’, says Francis

Pontiff urges fathers to ‘waste time’ playing with their offspring in his general audience address Many children today are effectively orphans because their fathers are absorbed with work and do not play with them, Pope Francis has said. Speaking at … Continue reading

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Reports: Pope Francis meets transgender man at the Vatican

Pope Francis (CNS) Diego Neria Lejárraga wrote to Francis after being rejected by his parish, according to Spanish paper Pope Francis has held a private audience with a transgender man, according to reports in Spanish newspaper. Hoy reported that Diego … Continue reading

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Pope decides Pallium will be given to Metropolitan Archbishops in home Diocese

Gli arcivescovi metropoliti ricevono il pallio in San Pietro  Henceforth Pope Francis has decided that the public ceremony of investiture of the Pallium on Metropolitan Archbishops will henceforth take place in the prelates’ home dioceses and not in the Vatican … Continue reading

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Mark Pinto appointed Additional Secretary at Archbishops House

 

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The Church can’t flourish without fathers

by Tim Stanley taken from Catholic herald.uk Cardinal Raymond Burke (CNS) Cardinal Burke was ridiculed for saying men are repelled by a ‘feminised’ Church. But he grasps that fathers have a huge influence over whether children grow up to be … Continue reading

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Catholic ex-priests, nuns to meet in Kochi

A 101-member committee, comprising former priests and nuns, has been formed for organising the conference. Kochi:  Catholic priests and nuns who have left their ministerial in the Church will meet in Kochi in late February demanding social acceptance and protection, … Continue reading

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