Doctoral Dissertations (listed chronologically)
FABC Fifty Years Asian Pastoral Guidance
Protesting against the infringement on the constitutional rights of Catholic educational institutions, three bishops in India advocate for the payment of teachers’ salaries in state-aided Church-run schools in Kerala.
ndia’s Latin-rite bishops collaborated with the Asian Trading Corporation Publishers in bringing out the Indian edition of the latest encyclical of Pope Francis, “Fratelli Tutti”, on fraternity and social friendship.
After his election, new CBCK president, Bishop Mathias Lee Yong-hoon of Suwon, held a press conference on Friday in Seoul, touching upon several issues.
South Sudan's government and nation's Opposition Movement Alliance announce the signing in Rome of a ceasefire agreement reached thanks to international mediation efforts.
The Bishops of Sri Lanka and other religious and civil leaders reject a proposed amendment to the constitution, pointing out that it threatens the nation’s democracy.
The president of the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences (FABC) writes to his fellow bishops on the relevance of Pope Francis’ encyclical, "Fratelli tutti", in the current Asian context and looking to the future.
By October a decision is expected regarding the Vatican proposal to extend the Provisional Agreement ad experimentum: “It is worth continuing”, Cardinal Parolin explains.
In the run-up to the 5th anniversary of Pope Francis’ landmark encyclical “Laudato sí: on the Care for Our Common Home” on Sunday, local Churches in Indonesia, Pakistan and India are observing the “Laudato Sì” Week, May 17 to 24.
The Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences is appealing for support for the spiritual initiative proposed by the Higher Committee of Human Fraternity.
Members of the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences (FABC) have been informed that their general conference in November has been postponed.
Dimanche 5 février 2017, Mgr Louis-Marie Ling Mangkhanekhoun célèbrera en compagnie d’une vingtaine d’évêques et du cardinal André Vingt-Trois une messe d’action de grâce pour la béatification des 17 martyrs du Laos...
Jesus Christ, the human face of God's mercy and compassion has demonstrated to us the value of simplicity and humility necessary to restore innocence to our complicated and sophisticated humanity.
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle of Manila said illegal drugs "squander life" in the Philippines, but added that killing also does not offer hope to those who make mistakes.
Nearly a year after Pope Francis released his encyclical on the environment, dioceses and church agencies across India have launched several projects implementing the spirit of the papal document.
The latest statistics of the Catholic Church in China compiled by Hong Kong Diocese's Holy Spirit Study Centre shows the number of "open" bishops or those recognized by the government is more than double that of those from the unrecognized or "underground" community.
The increasing poverty caused by these events raises the risk of human trafficking, forced migrations and hunger. We know from data collected that women are the most trafficked, forced to migrate and face poorer health care, higher child mortality, hunger and water and fuel shortages.
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