Bangalore

Bangalore

Black sunday observed against Persecution of Christians in Nigeria and Middle East


Bangalore, Sep 15: Christians of Bangalore offered mass prayers and expressed solidarity with the thousands of innocent people who are being persecuted and subjected to inhuman violence and other atrocities by the Islamic fundamentalists in Iraq, Syria, Nigeria and other countries in the city on Sunday.

The Christians, led by Bangalore Archbishop Dr Bernard Moras, who is the President of the All Karnataka United Christians Federation of Human Rights (AKUCFHR) and the Karnataka Region Catholic Bishops’ Council (KRCBC) and leaders of various denominations of Christians, took out massive silent protest march from St Patrick’s Church on Brigade Road to the St Joseph’s Indian High School Grounds on VittalMallya Road opposite Kanteerava Stadium, and held a massive rally braving the scorching sun as part of the observation of Black Sunday.

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Bangalore rapes: nun trainee becomes fourth victim


http://mattersindia.com/bangalore-rapes-nun-trainee-becomes-fourth-victim/
Bangalore: A 16-year-old girl undergoing training to become a Catholic nun was gangraped Thursday night in Bangalore, southern India.

This was the fourth rape case that came to light in the capital city of Karnataka state in the past one week.

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Rector Thomas murder case cracked, police arrest three priests

Nearly a year after the murder of Fr Thomas, the 65-year-old rector of St Peter’s Pontifical Seminary in Malleswaram, the Bangalore police have cracked the case with the arrest of three priests, who allegedly bludgeoned him to death after he caught them red-handed while stealing documents from Seminary.

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Are our lives well-examined and well-lived as Christians and loyal citizens of India?

A Fulfilling Life………………..”Repairing the Damage” by Prof. John B. Kutinha
Are our lives well-examined and well-lived as Christians and loyal citizens of India?
As usual, the members of the Christian community in our country seem to be maintaining a ‘stoic silence’ though the decisive Lok Sabha elections are already

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