Philip Mathew

Philip Mathew is a journalist based in Bangalore, southern India. He edits Asia Pacific Ecumenical News and writes for Matters India, a news portal that collaborates with GSR and focuses on religious and social issues. He is a former staff of the Christian Conference of Asia in Hong Kong and a former managing editor of the ecumenical paper People’s Reporter.

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Q & A with Sr. Robancy Amal Helen, an activist for Dalit Christians in India

Q & A with Sr. Rini Rose, making rosaries and praying for those who need it

Q & A with Sr. Adele Korah, counseling inmates with Prison Ministry India

Q & A with Sr. Christin Mary, advocate for India's domestic workers

'Saintly warrior' sister fights for lowest of low castes in India

Asha Deepam kindles light of hope in Indian children with disabilities

Q & A with Sr. Gracy Vadakara, a promoter of interreligious dialogue

Walking campaign brings Gospel message to non-Christians in India

At Marialaya, girls from India's slums find home, nurture and a future

Embroidery center designs new life for shattered women

Q & A with Sr. Linnet Antony, bringing people to God through music

Catholic sister draws on Marxist ideology to fight for domestic workers

Q & A with Sr. Lilly Chunkapura on helping addicts to start life anew

Q & A with Srs. Ancila Devadass and Mary Nijo, coloring 'fallen stars' in southern India

Religious demand removal of Indian bishop amid abuse allegations

Nuns' foster homes in India kindle hope in destitute children

As kidney donors, Kerala sisters offer gift of life to ailing patients

Q & A with Sr. Mercy Kuriakose on healing the sick with homeopathy

Sister answers call of captive fisherman, migrants in distress

Inclusion in India: Women religious sign Mass, advocate for hearing impaired