Robancy A. Helen

Robancy A. Helen is from Tamil Nadu, South India, and is a member of the Idente Missionaries (Religious Institute of Christ the Redeemer). With an academic background in English, social work and theology, she has written about and has actively been engaged in addressing Dalit and women's issues. Recently, she served for five years as the program coordinator in the Catholic Bishops' Conference of India's Office for Scheduled Castes/Backward Classes. She holds a doctoral degree in English Literature and trains Catholic youth and children in leadership and social issues.

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The woman behind all my success and happiness

All Souls' Day is a day of hope for our final destination

Women are co-creators called to walk in faith

Augustine of Hippo: Transformed from sin to a life of virtue

Consecrated life is sacrificial sharing of spiritual motherhood

May St. Thomas teach us to learn from our doubt

Sts. Peter and Paul, the great pillars of the church

Our Lady of Periyanayagi's new breastfeeding room shelters mothers and babies

Sister uses music in pastoral care for the needy and the dying

Despite hardships, Jebamalai Mary helps empower other rural women in India

Women everywhere live out mission of caring for others

Lent: A season to transform in love and fraternity

Empowerment toward change, a journey with youth in India

God's unique, mysterious call to serve the Dalits