Bishop Philipose Mar Chrysostom worked with unlikely partners—including communist leaders in Kerala—to bring about social change.
In the remote northeast region, Christianity has flourished for generations.
Caste is more complex than Isabel Wilkerson suggests. But she excels at forcing open our eyes to the horrific realities of racism.
A growing number of Malayalam-language films feature Christian characters or themes.
Tom Holland doesn’t shout that secularists have no clothes. He whispers that they bear a Christian label.
Nadhe is a longing and a hope, a heaven and a solid place on earth.
India's 20 million Catholics don't seem to mind that their faith looks pretty European.
In many instances, Jesuit influence is essential to understanding the history of Asian societies.
India's constitution is firmly secular and democratic. Yet in recent years, Christians and Muslims have faced persecution.
Michael Walzer addresses a surprising question: the interplay between social revolutions and reactive counterrevolutions.
The Ebola outbreak is centered in three West African countries where almost 4,500 people have died; 17 people have been treated for the disease in Europe and North America, most of whom are health and aid workers who contracted the disease in West Africa. Americans are vigorously debating whether to place a travel ban on anyone trying to enter the nation from affected regions. Advocates of interreligious engagement—through their willingness to move across dangerous boundaries—show us how exchange does not necessarily beget vulnerability; it can bolster our humanity.
At a historical art exhibit, I read that the images on display were intended for private devotion. Would it have been subversive of me to pray?