Asia in the Conclave

Asia in the Conclave

16/04/2005
Hamao, helping migrants is mission's new frontier in Asia
16/04/2005
Card Vidal, a view on migrants, the family and peace
16/04/2005
Dias, from world diplomat to Mumbai pastor
15/04/2005
Darmaatmadja, a moderate voice in the dialogue with Islam
15/04/2005
Card Vithayathil, focus on the family, religious freedom and the poor
Cardinal heads the Syro-Malabar Church, a community that adheres to an ancient Eastern rite in southern India.
15/04/2005
Card Shirayanagi, working for peace and dialogue with China
The Japanese prelate has apologised for the crimes of the Japanese Church during the war and has always sought a dialogue "with all the Catholics of China".
15/04/2005
Moussa I Daoud, symbol of the Eastern Catholic tradition
14/04/2005
Michai Kitbunchu, first cardinal from Thailand
New life for the local Church: vocations, pastoral commitment and defence of the family.
14/04/2005
Toppo, a Tribal in the College of Cardinals
Mission and commitment to social advancement and religious freedom are the focal points of the pastoral work of the Indian Archbishop of Ranchi.
14/04/2005
Phan Minh Man, talking to the Communists


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