Saji Thomas

Saji Thomas is a freelance journalist based in Bhopal. He has worked for several mainstream newspapers, such as The Times of India. He writes regularly for Matters India, a news portal that collaborates with GSR and focuses on religious and social issues.

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Training for grievance redressal infuses hope among Indian women religious

Congregations in India shift focus on unmet needs of elderly nuns

Q & A with Sr. Sheeba Jose, using law to help persecuted Christians, abandoned women

Rape-acquitted Indian bishop resigns; opponents to continue fight

Kerala nuns protest drama depicting them as lesbians, priests' sexual partners

Q & A with Sr. Remya Thomas, helping young people gain skills for employment

Nun, a train accident survivor, runs center for abandoned children in India

Hijab controversy drags in Catholic nuns in India

Book narrates nuns' 'prophetic' legal battle with hierarchy

Accuser, prosecution file appeals against Bishop Franco Mulakkal's acquittal in rape case

After bishop's acquittal, India's Catholics weigh jurisprudence, church progress against abuse

Bishop Franco Mulakkal acquitted in alleged rapes of a nun in India

Court reverses judge's transfer in high-profile trial of Indian bishop in nun's rape case

Carmelites' 5-bed clinic in Gujarat expands outside for COVID-19 patients

India's anti-conversion laws bring more harassment for Catholic nuns

Sisters record testimony in trial of Indian bishop accused of raping nun

Holy Spirit sister who survived COVID-19 donates plasma to save others

Novice's death in India puts spotlight on tragedies over three decades

Indian nun testifies in closed session of bishop's rape trial

Two years after nun accuses bishop of rape, trial starts with reading of charges