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Karnataka Regional Health Commission Seminar at Udupi

July 20:A seminar on “Present Scenario-Challenges and Opportunities of the Catholic Health Care Mission” was held.

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Rev. Dr. Lawrence D’Souza celebrated his Ruby Jubilee of Priesthood

July 20:The faithful of St John the Evangelist Church, Shankarapura, Relatives and Friends gathered together for a Thanksgiving Eucharist on the occasion of Ruby jubilee of Priesthood of Rev. Dr Lawrence D’Souza.

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Inauguration of 61st Batch at RUSEMP, Pakshikere

Inauguration of 61st batch was held on 17th July 2017 at RUSEMP, Pakshikere. Mr. Uday Hegde, CEO of Vijaya Rural Development Foundation (VRDF) inaugurated the gathering by lighting the lamp.

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"Report the facts and not your opinion" – Smt. Chandrakala Nandvara

Three weeks Journalism Course organised by Sandesha Foundation in Collaboration with Canara Communication Centre and Daijiworld Weekly was inaugurated by veteran writer Smt. Chandraka Nandavara on 17th July at Sandesha, Mangaluru.

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Catholic community representatives meet DGP Dutta

A delegation of Catholic community in Mangaluru diocese led by M P Noronha, secretary of diocesan pastoral parishad, visited state Director General of police Roopak Kumar Dutta on 14 July.

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Gender pay gap to reduce by 2020, says report

Women graduates are likely to bridge the gender pay gap in developing markets by 2020........

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FMCI Director Fr Patrick Rodrigues passes away

March 24:Father Muller Charitable Institutions Director Fr Partick Rodrigues passed away in Mangaluru on Thursday, March 23. He was 65-years-old ......

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Udupi Catholic school denies discrimination charge

The governing board of Mount Rosary School on Feb 22 clarified that there was no harassment or discrimination meted out to the physical ...........

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Udupi Catholic school denies discrimination charge

The governing board of Mount Rosary School on Feb 22 clarified that there was no harassment or discrimination meted out to the physical ...........

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Udupi Catholic school denies discrimination charge

The governing board of Mount Rosary School on Feb 22 clarified that there was no harassment or discrimination meted out to the physical ...........

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Udupi Catholic school denies discrimination charge

The governing board of Mount Rosary School on Feb 22 clarified that there was no harassment or discrimination meted out to the physical ...........

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Mangalore St. Agnes gets “Excellence” status

Mangalore city’s oldest college for women, St Agnes College, has received ’College of Excellence’ status from the University Grant Commission (UGC)............

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Preparation begins for the feast in honour of Relic of St Anthony

St Anthony’s Ashram Jeppu will be celebrating the feast in honour of Relic of its Patron St Anthony on 15-02-2017................

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Mangaluru ex-deputy mayor Judith Mascarenhas dies

Former deputy mayor and social worker Judith Mascarenhas passed away here on Jan 9. She was 85. ....

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Saverapura ICYM organises unique ‘Kutma Fest’

Sept 12, 2016: Saverapura Church was establised on Dec 3, 1991 is on the verge of Silver Jubilee this year and many programmes are being organised to mark this unique milestone...

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Thousands walk to Attur Shrine declared Minor Basilica

Thousands of devotees from Belman, Shirva, Kedinje, Nitte and other places walked all the......

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Dedication of Attur Minor Basilica to believers on August 1

The dedication ceremony of St Lawrence Shrine of Attur as a Minor Basilica to the faithful will be held on August ..........

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ICYM Mangalore Diocese Central Council Elections 2016-17 held : 3-July-2016

The ICYM Central Council Annual Elections of Mangaluru Diocese for the year 2016-17 was held during the 69th Annual General Body Meeting at Urwa Church Hall on July 3 2016.........

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Titular Feast & Blessing of the renovated sanctuary at Kuntalnagar, Udupi

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The Rector of the Minor Seminary take charge

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Will consider dialogue with Maoists if they renounce violence: Government

The government would consider dialogue with Maoists if they renounce violence, parliament was told on Tuesday.

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India among 5 countries that faced most terror attacks in 2016: US

More than half of the terror attacks in the world in 2016 took place in five countries, including India and Pakistan, a senior US counter-terror official has said.

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11,400 farmers committed suicide in 2016: Minister

Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh on Wednesday said as many as 11,400 farmers committed suicide in 2016.

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Leaders urge Modi government to pass a bill against lynching

Leaders of different political parties on Wednesday extended their support to a draft bill against lynching prepared by a civil society organisation and urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to get it passed in the ongoing Monsoon Session of parliament.

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Assam Regiment begin platinum jubilee in Meghalaya

The Assam Regiment, an infantry regiment of the Indian Army, on Tuesday began its four-day Platinum Jubilee celebrations at its regimental centre here in Meghalaya.

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Indian Americans hold protests against mob lynchings in India

Indian Americans, spanning various communities, held protests in three US cities, to express their outrage over lynching of minorities by mobs in India and the Narendra Modi government’s policies which are "emboldening such forces".

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Venkaiah Naidu is NDA’s Vice President pick

Information and Broadcasting Minister and senior BJP leader M. Venkaiah Naidu was on Monday chosen as the ruling NDA’s candidate for the August 5 Vice Presidential election.

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Kerala nurses on pay warpath, church-run hospitals accused

Catholic dioceses and religious congregations that run 328 hospitals in the state are accused of exploitation

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Religious leaders seek to end hate, violence in India

They seek help from the federal government to act and end the ’atmosphere of fear that stalks the land today’

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300 people pledge to donate their eyes in Bangaluru

About 300 people from two parishes at Dasarahalli in Bangaluru pledged to donate their eyes.

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Christian households top in donations for charity

The per-household religious contribution of Christians is the highest among all communities, as per data from the 72nd round of National Sample Survey (NSS) on Household Expenditure on Services and Durable Goods.

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Goa police nab Curchorem man, crack cross desecration mystery

Nearly a month after a spate of desecrations rocked Goa, police finally managed to arrest 54-year-old Francis Xavier Pereira late on Friday night from close to his residence at Curchorem.

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Bangladesh’s comments on divisive power plant scorned

A church official has joined environmental activists in criticizing the Bangladeshi government for circulating "misleading information" regarding a controversial power plant near the world’s largest mangrove forest.

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Priest arrested for child abuse

Christian leaders say that a Catholic priest arrested for abusing a child in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh has been framed to malign the Christian community in the state ruled by a pro-Hindu party.

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Church officials condemn killing of Hindu pilgrims

July 12:Srinagar: Church officials in India have condemned an attack by suspected Islamic militants that left seven Hindu pilgrims dead in the Himalayas.

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Mother Teresa’s blue-bordered sari an Intellectual Property now

 

 
 

Kolkata: The famous blue-bordered sari of Mother Teresa, who has been canonised as Saint Teresa of Calcutta by the Vatican, has been recognised as an ................

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Church officials condemn killing of Hindu pilgrims

 

 
 

Church officials in India have condemned an attack by suspected Islamic militants that left seven Hindu pilgrims dead in the Himalayas................

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Church vandalised in West Bengal

 

 
 

Ranaghat: A church here was vandalised and burgled in the early hours of Tuesday and a search has been launched for the culprits, the police said...............

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In bold words, Vietnam’s bishops criticize new religion law

 

 
 

Hanoi: Vietnamese bishops have told high ranking communist officials they are critical of a new religion law that is to take effect next year while .............

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Philippine religious superiors call for end to martial law

 

 
 

Manila: The Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines (AMRSP) has called for an "end to martial law" in Mindanao, saying that .............

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Vatican cardinal calls copyright of Mother Teresa’s sari absurd

The famous white sari with three blue borders worn by saint Mother Teresa has been copyrighted by nuns, and one of the Vatican’s top cardinals is not pleased.

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Vatican commission agrees to disagree on Cardinal Stepinac

A commission of Catholic and Orthodox leaders tasked with examining the wartime record of Bl. Aloysius Stepinac concluded their final session last week, agreeing to disagree about the Croatian cardinal’s cause for canonization.

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Be protagonists of change, Cardinal Sandri tells Ukrainian youth

At the close of his recent trip to Ukraine, Cardinal Leonardo Sandri met with youth from the troubled country, telling them not to be discouraged by the challenges they face but rather to trust in the Lord and commit to changing society for the better.

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Pope phones trash man who lost legs in accident

Maximiliano Acuña is a garbage collector in Buenos Aires who earlier this year was injured in a serious accident that left him without legs.

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Bangladesh activists hail Supreme Court judgment

Bangladeshi activists have lauded a Supreme Court judgment to scrap parliament’s power to remove judges and criticized lawmakers attacking the judiciary for its verdict.

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Hong Kong Catholics remember Liu Xiaobo at requiem Mass

More than 700 people attended a memorial Mass in Hong Kong for Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo who died in a hospital in China last week while under guard.

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Father Giacomo Morandi promoted to CDF secretary

Pope Francis on Tuesday appointed Father Giacomo Morandi secretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

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Caracas archdiocese rebukes attack on voters in Venezuela referendum

Cardinal Jorge Urosa Savino of Caracas has repudiated Sunday’s attack on a referendum in which the vast majority of participants expressed their opposition to the constituent assembly called by President Maduro.

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Bishops plea for two priests abducted in DRC

Gunmen have abducted two Catholic priests in the Democratic Republic of Congo, prompting the country’s bishops to plead that the captives not be harmed.

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Two dozen Catholic pages blocked from Facebook without explanation

In the last 24 hours more than twenty Catholic pages, some with millions of followers, have been blocked by Facebook for unknown reasons.

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Senate committee considers Callista Gingrich nomination as Vatican ambassador

Callista Gingrich, nominated by President Donald Trump as U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See, laid out her priorities Tuesday at a hearing before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.

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Former cathedral now part of China’s World Heritage island

A Catholic church building is part of a Chinese island’s inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage list which is being seen by local Catholics as an opportunity for more people to learn about their faith.

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Vietnamese officials meet Benedictines over land dispute

Government authorities in central Vietnam offered no gesture of goodwill in dealing with a long-standing land dispute with Benedictines at a meeting between both sides, the monks have said.

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Pakistani Catholic family flees following blasphemy allegation

Teenage son allegedly made comments disrespectful of Prophet Mohammed, a crime that carries a mandatory death sentence

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Philippine govt, rebels draft bill for new Muslim region

Hopes are high that Congress will back revision of legislation to create autonomous ’Bangsamoro country’

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Indonesia’s anti-graft body wants transparent church

Commissioner calls for complete openess from parish level up to aid in corruption battle

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Sri Lankan church sets rules to avoid future boat tragedies

Police said no passengers were wearing life jackets during the religious procession

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Shots fired at people voting outside church in Venezuela

Armed civilians who support the Venezuelan regime opened fire against a large crowd of protestors who were participating in a symbolic referendum in Caracas on Sunday.

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In strongly Catholic Philippines, bishops’ conference picks new leader

The Philippines is one of the most populous Catholic countries in the world. About 80 percent of the country’s 100 million people belong to the faith.

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Satanic monument in city park a really bad idea, Minn. Catholics say

A proposed Satanic monument in a city-run veterans’ park has drawn strong opposition from Catholics in Minnesota, who have led prayer rallies and spoken before the Belle Plaine City Council.

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