Jan 11, 2023Philippine court acquits religious sisters of perjury chargesA court in the Philippine capital Manila acquitted 10 members of the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines, including two nuns, from perjury charges Jan. 9. Oct 04, 2022Q & A with Sr. Tireza Gabriel Usamo, an Ethiopian missionary to MongoliaFor Sr. Tireza Gabriel Usamo, a 38-year-old Catholic nun from Ethiopia, the climate and customs of Mongolia have been a constant challenge since she arrived there as a missionary. Aug 19, 2022Filipino nuns denounce the government's 'terror financing' chargeCatholic nuns from a missionary religious order in the Philippines have denounced a criminal charge by the state accusing them of financing terrorism and violating the country's anti-terrorism law. Mar 04, 2022Missionaries of Charity among Indians stranded in UkraineTwo Indian nuns of the Missionaries of Charity congregation are among thousands of Indians, mostly students, stranded in Ukraine since the invasion by Russia. Feb 23, 2022Sr. Ann Rose Nu Tawng, Myanmar's famed kneeling nun, has become a global icon of peace"Whenever I have a meal, I remember displaced people and other needy people as I wonder how they can survive their daily lives and whether they have enough food, whether they have proper shelter." Jan 07, 2022Mother Teresa nuns pushed off Indian army landThe Missionaries of Charity have closed a home for orphaned and abandoned children in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh following the expiration of its land lease. Nov 06, 2020Indian Supreme Court rejects bishop's request to dismiss rape chargesIndia's Supreme Court dismissed Catholic Bishop Franco Mulakkal's second appeal seeking to clear him of charges of raping a woman religious, clearing the way for trial in a district court.