A peace treaty needs to replace the truce between North and South Korea, ending a situation where the two countries remain technically at war was the theme put forward by a symposium organized by the Korean bishops.
An inter-religious group in Korea has asked the new government to ensure the protection of migrants and ban racial discrimination.
Catholics in the Australian state of New South Wales applauded the rejection of bills in the upper house of the parliament that would have legalized abortion.
Bishops in Vietnam have offered official instructions on church music to help Catholics worship better and in conformity with liturgy.
Doraemon, Anpanman the superhero and also the young Chibi Maruko-chan are among the characters of Japanese comics enlisted to teach children how to distinguish between right and wrong in a fun way.
A Taiwanese Christian pastor was detained for singing the worship song Jesus Love You in Zhengzhou, Henan, in China, which officials there have branded as an “illegal religious activity.”
Mgr. Vincenzo Guo Xijin, underground bishop of the diocese has been missing for four days after he presented the Office for Religious Affairs Fuan April 6.
Having just undergone an extensive restoration, the site of Jesus’ tomb at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre is at risk for significant structural failure if nothing is done to reinforce its foundations, scientists have said.
The Korean branch of the pontifical foundation Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) has pledged to support churches suffering persecution and distress in Africa while seeking more help from local Catholics to get it done.
COMMUNICATING HOPE AND TRUST IN OUR TIME. The delegates, guests, and organizers of the SIGNIS Asia Journalists’ Roundtable held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from March 10 to 11, 2017. PERRY PAUL LAMANILAO KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – Journalists from 13 different countries...
Three thousand young people from 29 Asian countries taking part in the 7th Asian Youth Day 2017, which will be held from July 30 to August 6 in Yogyakarta (Central Java), Indonesia.
A Japanese Jesuit apologized on behalf of Japan for keeping sex slaves known as “comfort women” during World War II and colonial rule.