Free Press Journal
  • Constitution Under Threat: Why is Archbishop’s letter facing flak?

    A section of minority communities, including Dalits, Muslims and Christians have been constantly trying to make a point about their insecurities. They feel the constitution is under threat and the social fabric of this glorious democratic country is under threat more than ever. And in therefore a couple of Archbishop’s from catholic church drafted out letters to their congregation and asked its members to pray for safety of the country and for

  • Archbishops like judges enjoy free speech

    Supreme Court judges and archbishops do not surrender their right to freedom of speech and expression on assuming office. This is why the news channels, which attacked Delhi prelate Anil Couto for writing a letter to his flock on May 8 to pray and fast just before the 2019 general elections, have flouted journalistic norms. The root of religion and politics is compassion while mixing both is a distraction.

  • Bhopal: Archbishop visits Chief Minister on Holi

    BHOPAL: A group of Catholic priests, led by Archbishop Leo Cornelio visited CM House and extended best wishes and greetings to CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan on the auspicious occasion of Holi. The archbishop and the CM applied tilak on each other’s forehead. PRO Fr. Maria Stephen, Sister Noreen, Saru Gabriel and others who were part of the team, congratulated the CM on the festival of colours, joy and happiness.

  • PARIS ATTACK: UK archbishop doubts God exists

    London : The Archbishop of Canterbury, one of Britain’s senior-most clergymen, has spoken of his “doubts” over the presence of God after the terror attacks in Paris.

  • Ex-archbishop dies ahead of paedophilia trial: Vatican

    Vatican City : Former Polish archbishop Jozef Wesolowski, who would have been the first high-ranking church official to go on trial on paedophile charges, died overnight, the Vatican announced.