On March 8, 2022, the Indonesian Women's Islamic Student Movement Corps (KOPRI) held a dialogue titled "Women and the Challenge of Civilization" to commemorate International Women's Day (IWD) in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia.
In a novel initiative, a parish in the Northeast of India launched local catechism boards to serve remote villages. Father Mung, the parish priest of St. Mary’s church in Tuibong, blessed catechism classrooms in a village church unit of San Thome Church in Manipur on March 5.
On International Women’s Day, Karen Women’s Organization (KWO) honors 10 Karen women serving ethnic groups in underdeveloped areas.
The Karen women were honored during a ceremony on March 8 in Mae-Sot, Thailand.
Archbishop George Antonysamy of Madras-Mylapore was elected as the president of Tamil Nadu Bishop's Council (TNBC) and Tamil Nadu Latin Bishop's Council (TNLBC) during a meeting held on March 3 at Pillar, Madurai, south India.
On March 5, Bishop Reynaldo G. Evangelista of Imus ordained Hendrikus Morse, Heriberto Pedro, Gelasio Joseph Bagacay, Ritchie Maguinda, and Kenn Jervic S. Cajilig at Holy Spirit Chapel, Divine Word Seminary, Tagaytay City, Philippines.
On March 5, the Archdiocese of Madurai’s Religious Dialogue Commission and the Tamil Nadu Sirupaanmai Makkal Nala Katchi commemorated the 84th anniversary of Barrister George Joseph, the Christian Freedom Fighter of India, in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, a state in south India.
On Ash Wednesday, freedom of religion activists and organizations marked the 11th anniversary of the assassination of Pakistan's "Martin Luther King" former Federal Minister for Minority Affairs, Shahbaz Bhatti.
Cardinal Charles Maung Bo, SDB, send out an “earnest appeal” to resist the risk of nuclear war, promote peaceful dialogue and bring global healing. “The world stands at an existential crossroads,” said Cardinal Bo, the President, Federation of Asian Bishops Conferences (FABC), in a statement issued on March 4.
Pope Francis is scheduled to visit Timor Leste in 2022. The Vatican's Apostolic Nuncio to Timor-Leste, Monsignor Marco Sprizzi, has confirmed this information, as released by Tatoli News on March 1, 2022.
The new leader of the Conference of Religious in India (CRI) suggests starting a “grievance cell” to accompany nuns without judgment. The nun called for more lay participation and to stop blaming “patriarchal systems and clergy suppression.”