An exhibit at the Vatican this month shows the 230-year history of the Catholic Church on the Korean peninsula
Marking the first anniversary of Mother Teresa’s canonization, the Archdiocese of Kolkata will hold a Mass Wednesday to declare the saint a co-patroness of the local Church.
The challenges endured by Catholics in China are complex, said Bishop Michael Yeung Ming-cheung of Hong Kong
Nine years ago, Christians in the Kandhamal district of Odisha, India suffered the worst attacks against Christians in modern times in the country.
What can a missionary in North Korea do to preach the Gospel in a Communist dictatorship? Simply care for the sick patients he is there to help, says one priest in that situation.
A cardinal who helped change Catholic missionary work in China is now a possible candidate for beatification.
Sr. Ruth Pfau, a German-born Catholic missionary who devoted her life to eradicating leprosy in Pakistan, died Thursday at the age of 87.
A new bishop has succeeded in the Diocese of Hong Kong in continental China.
Eighty Filipino young ministers together with two bishops from the Episcopal Commission on Youth (ECY)
A friar’s calling “does not happen once, because Jesus calls us
The Missionaries of Charity have patented the white and blue sari designed by Saint Teresa of Calcutta, obtaining a legal copyright recognizing the pattern as the intellectual property of the order.
Msgr. Joseph Nguyên Chi Linh, Archbishop of Hue, and President of the National Bishops’ Conference says he is “optimistic” about the future of Catholic-Vietnamese relations.