Orissa: the Hindu pogrom against Christians

02/12/2013
A 131 hour strike. Catholic activist : People victim of political conflict
For Rosaline Costa , coordinator of Hotline Bangladesh, the country " is at the mercy of the ego of politicians." She warns that the "climate has to change, otherwise the situation will get worse". Since January, 347 people have been killed in violent clashes between political factions . Most of them are innocent citizens.
30/11/2013
For Patriarch Bartholomew, Pope Francis breathes new life in the "dialogue of love" between "Sister Churches"
The decision to meet in Jerusalem in the spring of 2014 is particularly important coming on the 50th anniversary of the historic embrace between Pope Paul VI and Ecumenical Patriarch Athenagoras. "We are very saddened by our failure to reach full communion, cause of so many evils among us Christians".
29/11/2013
Secular activists against Egypt's new "authoritarian" law on demonstrations
The controversial law on "unauthorised" protests claims its first victim. Alaa Abdul Fattah, a leading figure in the demonstrations against Mubarak and the Islamists, is arrested. In the Constituent Assembly, Christian Churches and al-Azhar win the battle against Salafis over Sharia.
29/11/2013
Pope: 2015 will be dedicated to consecrated life, which "is prophecy"
Francis met with 120 superiors general. Christians are asked to be radical, but men and women religious are called to follow the Lord in a special way. The problem of exclusion remains a top priority. In addition to these challenges, the Church must meet cultural and educational challenges in schools and universities.
28/11/2013
Nepal's first time at ICC World T20
Nepal beat Hong Kong. For some people, the victory owes a lot to prayers by Hindus, Muslims and Christian fans. The upcoming T20 is set for Bangladesh in 2014.