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RSS Chief's Remarks on Mother Teresa 'Irresponsible and Mischievous': GCIC

BENGALURU | FEB 24, 2015
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The Global Council of Indian Christians today termed RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's comments on Mother Teresa as 'irresponsible and mischievous' and said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should clarify the government's stand on the issue in Parliament.

"The Christian community in particular and millions of admirers of Mother Teresa in general feel highly hurt by the irresponsible and mischievous remarks made by the RSS chief," GCIC said.

"The remark imputing Mother Teresa with her main objective as being mainly converting her beneficiaries to Christianity is highly objectionable and deserves to be condemned by all men of good will in the country and the world over," GCIC National President Sajan K George said.

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GCIC wants Prime Minister to Clarify in the parliament

The Christian community in particular and millions of admirers of Mother Teresa in general feel highly hurt by the irresponsible and mischievous remarks made by the RSS Chief, Mr. Mohan Bagwat, denigrating the good name of Mother Teresa and the compassionate work of helping and rehabilitating the dying and the sick in India and the world over as her life’s mission. The remark imputing Mother Teresa with her main objective as being mainly converting her beneficiaries to Christianity is highly objectionable and deserves to be condemned by all men of good will in the country and the world over.

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2 Vatican Officials Denied Visa for Bengaluru Meet, Claims Catholic Church

Bengaluru: Feb 05, 2015, DHNS
The Catholic church today alleged that two key Vatican officials who were to address the 27th national assembly of the Conference of Catholic Bishops of India (CCBI) in Bengaluru which beagan on February 3 had been denied visa. AP file photo
The Catholic church today alleged that two key Vatican officials who were to address the 27th national assembly of the Conference of Catholic Bishops of India (CCBI) in Bengaluru which beagan on February 3 had been denied visa.

Cardinal Oswald Gracias, CCBI president, said the 140 bishops from across the world are attending the assembly that commenced yesterday.

Archbishop Arthur Roche, Secretary of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, and Archbishop Protase Rugambwa,

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Sister Noella, Bangalore school Principal found dead

Bangalore

It was nearly 8 p.m. several hours after Sister Noella was found dead on the school premises in Malleswaram, but scores of people were still seen going into the school to pay their last respects to their beloved principal.

A pall of gloom had descended over the school that remained closed on Friday. Students, parents, colleagues, and family members crowded around the place grieving the untimely death of a loved teacher.

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