Anyone can access the Bible with prior permission before the morning puja.
Posted on January 5, 2014, 3:01 PM
Authorities at Ajata Nagalingaswami temple in Navalgund town of Dharwad district say the hole in the Bible has been shrinking over a period of time. Dharwad:
A temple in Karnataka has a unique tradition of worshipping the Bible.
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The gruesome incident of the chopping off of the palms of two migrant labourers of Kalahandi district of western Odisha by the labour contractor mafia in December 2013 should serve as a wake-up call. The incident highlights the ruthless extent to which the mafia can go to meet its ends and brings home the fact that more than 60 years after Independence, the poorest in our country still remain woefully unprotected. read more »
Press Trust of India | Malkangiri (Odisha)
January 1, 2014 Last Updated at 15:21 IST
A tribal village priest was killed by suspected Maoists in a remote area of Odisha's Malkangiri district early today, the police said. read more »
“Palayur is one of the oldest Christian centers in India. It can claim to have had continuous Christian presence for 2,000 years,” says the 75-year-old professor emeritus
Published: 7:15 pm, January 1, 2014 Story By: Jose Kavi
Palayur: Omana Pulikoottil is certain of one thing: No matter what, she will never leave Palayur, her sleepy village in the southwestern Indian state of Kerala.
After all, Palayur is closely associated with a saint she believes has seen her through the trials and hardships of life. She credits St. Thomas the Apostle with helping her not only to rear her two sons, but also to look after her late husband’s ailing parents, especially in the 24 years since he died of kidney failure. read more »
Published: 8:38 pm, December 31, 2013 Story By: mattersindia.com
Vatican City: Has Pope Francis abolished sin? A well-known Italian intellectual thinks so.
Eugenio Scalfari recently wrote the Pope had effectively abolished sin through his words and gestures. The intellectual had earlier held a long private conversation with the Pope a few months ago.The latest article compelled the Vatican on Tuesday to come out with a statement denying the writer’s views.
The exchange began on Sunday when, Scalfari, an atheist who writes opinion pieces for the left-leaning La Repubblica newspaper, published an article titled “Francis’ Revolution: He has abolished sin.”
Scalfari wrote several times about his interview with the Pope and concluded it in the complex, treatise-like article that the Pope believed sin effectively no longer existed because God’s mercy and forgiveness were “eternal.”
Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi told Vatican Radio that “this affirmation that the pope has abolished sin” was wrong. read more »
Pastor Sam David 37 year old who belongs to Tamil Nadu but is serving the Lord with the Assemblies of God in Indore. He lives in a rented building near Choitram Mandi place Tejpur Gadhbadi Indore which is 12 kilometres from the Indore Railway Station. As usual the church started at 6:00 P.M at his house the worship was going on Pastor Sam was playing the Tambourine and singing around 25 people were gathered in the place. read more »