Capsule History of the Catholic Church

The book under review provides a thick historical narrative for Europe and India, and a thin narrative for other continents with reference to Christianisation, de-Christianisation and the struggling Church. The book has four parts: 1)…

Ignatian Sprirtuality for Children

A publication for children titled Finding God… in All Things was released by Holy Family Church, Chakala, on the Feast Day of St. Ignatius of Loyola 2019. This adaptation has been put together by parishioners…

Who has Jeopardised Democracy?

This small booklet tries to capture the events unfolding, not by themselves but as manufactured and created in recent times by the authorities. We look at these events on the larger canvas of Indian Secular…

The Story of a Jesuit Goa

Jesuits of the Goa Province: A Historical Overview (1542 – 2000) covers a wide swath of Jesuit history as it relates to South Asia. The author weaves a Jesuit narrative of great fascination, with Goa…

Finding roots of Hindutva

This book consists of six essays on religious traditions in India and the emerging Hindutva movement, written by the famous theologian and socialist thinker Sebastian Kappen, who died in 1993. The essays are compiled and…

Jesuits in Kerala and their second coming

The Jesuits, one of the largest Roman Catholic religious orders founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola in 1534, started their mission in Kerala with the coming of Francis Xavier in 1544. They engaged themselves in…

In the name of development

The publication, sixth in the NESRC displacement series, continues the debate on development and displacement that are complementary. The approach to them depends on the development paradigm chosen by India’s decision-makers. Some view development only…

When the twin – east and west meets

Why is there such a lot of anger and hatred rising among certain influential quarters in India towards anything “western” in recent times? Is their contempt against the religious doctrine of the colonisers or their…