Lissy Maruthanakuzhy

Lissy Maruthanakuzhy is a member of the worldwide Congregation of the Daughters of St. Paul, founded in Italy by Blessed James Alberione in 1915, and is committed to proclaiming Christ through social communications. She is a former editor of Pauline Publications in Mumbai. She was a correspondent for South Asian Religious News and Union of Catholic Asian News before becoming a correspondent of Matters India. She also contributes to local periodicals.

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Listen to the gentle voice of the Holy Spirit

India's hit film 'Manjummel Boys' tells a resurrection story

Mother Thecla of the Paulines showed how to give wings and feet to the Gospel

Q&A with Sr. Judith Meckado, giving a spiritual touch to Old Goa pilgrimage

The miracle of the butterfly pea plant

Sr. Sunitha Ruby in India reaches out to young and old via YouTube

Families in southern India unpack emotional baggage with the help of sisters

Annual observance in India spurs happy memories of school and the lasting influence of teachers

The flowers of creative fidelity

Q & A with Sr. Tessy Kodiyil, comforting accident victims' relatives in India

Webinar airs survey results on hierarchical exploitation of nuns in India

St. Paul and COVID-19's 'new normal' call me to change

Sisters near Goa beaches offer children of sex workers brighter options

Q & A with Sr. Crina Cardozo, ministering to the tribal people of Goa

A lesson from a lime tree

COVID-19 lockdown in India helped me discover the love and care around us

Q & A with Sr. Scholastica Panthaladikel, in holistic health ministry

Q & A with Sr. Meena Dias, serving children with disabilities in Goa for three decades

Q & A with Sr. Vimala Joseph Thottumannil, architect of churches and chapels worldwide

Migrant workers flood Goa beaches for jobs; sisters help them fit in