Nine Christian student nurses in Karachi have claimed they were poisoned last week, in an incident that put the women in hospital.
Women Religious have done more for society than we realize.
The enthusiastic and vibrant young religious of India are preparing themselves to meet the modern challenges.
Historian and commentator Tim Stanley warns that it would be simplistic to blame the dispute between the LCWR and the Vatican on chauvinism.
Catholic nuns in Mindanao Tuesday accused the government’s Commission on Human Rights (CHR) of dragging its feet over an investigation into the alleged harassment of a Benedictine nun by the military.
Taking advantage of a growing preference for natural and indigenous wellness products, enterprising Catholic nuns in the southern Philippines are producing their own brand of organic medicine.
Catholics near Islamabad are going public – at least on the internet.
Carmelites all over the world will celebrate in 2015 the fifth birth centenary of St. Teresa of Avila, also known as St. Teresa of Jesus.
With big bunches of bananas on their backs, it takes Marie Y Thuong and her six-year-old daughter seven hours to walk from their village to the Saint Paul de Chartres convent in Kontum City.
Environmental groups decried the alleged harassment and “red-tagging” of a Benedictine nun by the military.
Reaction to the Vatican’s announced reform of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) took form on the social media site Twitter, where efforts to show support for religious sisters dueled with the group’s critics.
From the moment the United States bishops announced on April 18 that the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) had issued a document ordering a supervised renewal of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR), confusion and misinformation about the initiative have run rampant.