Sumon Corraya is a journalist based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He covers issues in the Christian community and other faith issues of Bangladesh.

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Bangladesh nuns struggle to teach students who can't pay tuition

The Catholic Church runs more than 1,000 schools and 17 colleges in the Muslim-majority country, including 100 schools by sisters. Lockdown and loss of income (because students' family members have died) is stressing a fragile system.

Q & A with Sr. Mary Nibedita, a Christian nurse in Muslim Bangladesh

Sr. Mary Nibedita, member of the Associates of Mary, Queen of Apostles in Bangladesh, has been working as a nurse for 42 years. She practices sincerity, faithfulness and love for all patients and teaches those values to her students.

Q & A with Shamima Sakendar, a Muslim student whose story about a Catholic sister became a short film

"I wrote the story to reveal how a Catholic nun has been contributing for students from all faiths," said Shamima Sakendar.

Q & A with Sr. Mary Anna Gomes, transforming lives through media

Our Lady of the Missions Sr. Mary Anna Gomes is a popular presenter and producer for the online Bengali Service of Radio Veritas Asia, all to "promote the good news of Christ and the church's social teachings."