Two weeks after the World Press Freedom Day was celebrated on May 3, and two weeks ahead of World Communications Day which falls on May 29, Pope Francis canonized Father Titus Brandsma
Titus Brandsma, who was canonized by Pope Francis on May 15, was the embodiment of what communicators and journalists should be.
Without proper and effective communication, the Church will not be able to make its presence felt and it may not be taken seriously by the outside world
Titus Brandsma was fearless to the core and dared to take a position. He spoke out when everyone else was diplomatic
The basic structure of the Constitution doctrine is safe only when those who believe in concepts like equality, liberty and fraternity are in power.
Section 124 A of the IPC has been grossly and shamelessly misused by various central and state governments to stifle dissenting voices
It is shocking that according to a recent survey every third police personnel think that it is “natural” for a mob to punish “culprits” in a case of “cow slaughter”
Perarivalan’s three-decade-long legal battle shows how unjust the Indian system of crime and punishment is. All for buying two batteries
At a time when truth has been overwhelmed by fake news, my only solace is that I have published proof that I am not a collaborator through silence
If we are true to synodality there cannot be any divisions and conflicts within the Church. No one can be excluded and discriminated against
The book contains fascinating and engrossing articles on varied aspects of art
Charles de Foucauld was canonised by Pope Francis in Rome on May 15. His spirituality was “to become nothing before God.”