The true Catholicity of Catholicism tells us to go deeper into reality
Capuchin Bishop Paul Hinder, former Apostolic Vicar of Southern Arabia speaks about a thriving Church in the conflict-torn region, and also recalls the kidnapping of Indian Salesian Father Tom Uzhunnalil and the murder of four Missionaries of Charity nuns while he headed the vicariate
Dr Michael Rose discusses the theological creativity inherent in human movement and social change
'The culture of dialogue should also be promoted at grassroots level,' says Ambrogio Bongiovanni
It does not matter if you are a minority or majority, Gospel is important, says the leader of Central Asia's bishops
The idea of a dialogue of life came from Asia and was picked up by the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue in some of their documents.
Prelates should end clericalism and help lay people, says theologian Tirimanna in the second part of his interview
Top theologian underlines need to develop contextual theology to help respond creatively to continent’s social realities
I think we have a great future, says Apostolic Prefect Enrique Figaredo Alvargonzález of Battambang in Cambodia
'For the people who perform through the streets, or performing a role in a Senakulo, or running alongside Christ, it is an attempt to get close to that feeling of passion'
The Archdiocesan Heritage Museum displays more than 100 artifacts that help Catholics connect to their identity and faith
'Participating in Church activities allowed them to reinvent their missionary journey on their migratory journey'