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FABC 50: Bishops of Asia end meet with vow to respond...

"We also expressed concern about the rising situations of violence, religious extremism, political instability, corruption," said Cardinal Bo

FABC 50: A call to be ‘Church of the poor… Church...

Closing Speech of Cardinal Charles Maung Bo, FABC president, at the end of the general conference of the FABC on Oct. 30, 2022

Time for Catholic Church in Asia to contribute to ‘wider Church,’...

The Church in Asia is "young" and "growing," but "the time has come ... to make contributions also to the universal Church"

Asian Catholic bishops set to respond to ’emerging challenges’ confronting region

"We are aware that it is the Church's duty to protect human dignity, to promote justice … to work for peace, reconciliation, harmony"

Cardinal Bo of Myanmar urges fellow Asian Church leaders to move...

Cardinal Charles Maung Bo of Myanmar said the Asian Church “stands in front of the burning bush of existential problems of Asia”

FABC 50: ‘Christ, the Word that Became Flesh And Dwells Among...

"Let our hearts be not troubled. Yes. Onward March, Asian Church. God is with us."

FABC 50: ‘History beckons, the spirit moves’

"The Joy of Jubilee may call us to make this century a call to synodality, call to be good news to Asia and the world"

Why Assisi?

“Violence never again! In God’s name, may all religions bring upon earth justice and peace, forgiveness, life and love!”

Cardinal Bo expresses gratitude to papal nuncio for shepherding Myanmar’s faithful

Cardinal Bo described Archbishop Paul Tschang In-Nam as “a great shepherd” who led the Church in Myanmar “to greener pastures”

Asian bishops to give more attention to young people in spirit...

“We will like to listen to the youth … We would like to make their visions realized,” said Cardinal Charles Maung Bo of Yangon, FABC president

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