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UCAN News - Sept 11
Archbishop of Canterbury says sorry for Jallianwala Bagh massacre
"I have no status to apologise on behalf of the UK, its government or its history. But I am personally very sorry for this terrible atrocity.
Mundu-wearing vicar's 'Onam Mass' amid 'Christuvaya Namaha' chant, draws flak
Syro Malabar Church Media Commission chairman Bishop Mar Joseph Pamplany criticised the priest for changing the liturgy of the Church.
Murder charge dropped in Tabrez Ansari lynching case
Ansari was caught by villagers with a stolen bike and was thrashed in Seraikela-Kharsawa district on June 17.
Muslims upset as Kashmir bans Muharram processions
Shia community unconvinced that restrictions aim to prevent any loss of life.
Filipino Catholics brave rain to celebrate Mary's birthday
Philippines marks first national working holiday in honor of the Blessed Mother.
Sri Lanka cardinal makes breakthrough over Easter attacks
Govt agrees to appoint new commission, insists progress being made.
Five 'courageous' people pick up 'Asia's Nobel Prize'
Ramon Magsaysay winners lauded as wellsprings of perpetual hope and titans of compassionate.
Rohingya refugees increasingly unwanted in Bangladesh
Local media have published reports accusing them of being involved in crimes, including drug dealing and armed militancy.
On a wing and a prayer in China
Churches and gathering points in Shenyang have been sealed off as Catholics fear for the underground church's future.
Opinion & Analysis
Synodality means 'walking together'
How Pope Francis is shaping a new conversation in the Church.