Celebrating Christmas in the Indonesian archipelago is certainly a unique experience. Christianity has inevitably, over the centuries, adapted to local customs in an intricate process of acculturation.
After years of persistence, Papuan island in Indonesia gets first native bishop
The Papuans have finally been given the Catholic leader they have wanted for a long time, one who would have a deep and intrinsic understanding of their culture and the particular issues they face.
Malang stadium disaster: Local Catholic Church offers support, calls for justice
The Malang Stadium devastation caused the Catholic Church in Indonesia to speak about promoting harmony at different levels in society, treating games as a medium of enjoyment and not violence, and calling Catholics to a more active political life to initiate change for the betterment of society.