Tag Archives: India

India: The work of the Catholic Church with indigenous people

Welcome to Aid to the Church In Need’s Where God Weeps — weekly program dedicated to the situation of the suffering Church around the world. Arunachal Pradesh – a state lying on India’s Northeastern edge at the foot of the Himalayas, a region bordered by China, Tibet, Burma and Bhutan – is inhabited by twenty… Read More »

India / Orissa: “They will never give in…”

Sister Kiran and Sister Sarojini get ready for another long day of work. They belong to the religious order of the Society of Jesus, Mary and Joseph. Nothing can disturb them during their morning prayer – not even the lingering smell of smoke – a grim reminder of August of 2008. Back then this Catholic… Read More »

Granite State Catholics celebrate canonization of Mother Teresa

S SQUARE THIS MORNING.>>MOTHER TERESA IS NOW SAINT TERESA OF CALCUTTA. SHE WAS CANONIZED SUNDAY MORNING.>>ALREADY IN HEAVEN AND WE CAN PRAY TO HER, THEN REYHER, ASK FOR HELP.>>THIS BISHOP PAID TRIBUTE TO THE MISSIONARY WHO DEDICATED HER LIFE TO HELPING THE SICK AND POOR.>>BY DEALING WITH THOSE WHO WERE IN THE BOTTOM OF SOCIETY,… Read More »

21st Sunday in Ordinary Time (C) 25th August 2019

Andrew Greeley talks about a young man who had been reported killed in action came home from a prisoner of war camp. His family and his buddies and even his girlfriend had mourned him as dead and then more or less got over their grief. His sudden reappearance was disconcerting, to say the least. They… Read More »

Prostitutes of God (Documentary)

[MUSIC PLAYING] SARAH HARRIS: The first thing that strikes you when you come to India is a sense of extreme contrasts. While some people are still shitting off the side of railway lines and eating from banana leaves, other people are drinking Frappuccinos and wearing Gucci sunglasses. Along with this feeling of progress and moving… Read More »

Patoleo | Turmeric leaf cakes | Feast of the Assumption of Mary | Goan cuisine | Cooking Addiction.

1/2 Kg Goan red rice (Soaked overnight)

PBS NewsHour full episode August 8, 2019

NICK SCHIFRIN: Good evening. I’m Nick Schifrin. Judy Woodruff is away. On the “NewsHour” tonight: a dire warning from the United Nations. Climate change threatens a food and water crisis around the world. Then: a massive raid. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers arrest more than 600 undocumented migrants at food processing plants across Mississippi. Plus:… Read More »

How to Ethically Analyze Reproductive Technologies | Glenn Cohen

So, reproductive technology is sort of a family of technologies. We have in vitro fertilization where essentially an egg is being fertilized outside of the body. So that involves harvesting eggs from women and then implanting sperm into that and putting it in. There are some variations on that. Another very common form of productive… Read More »