The Catholic Church in Bangladesh honored the late Indian Jesuit priest, Stanislaus Lourduswamy, known as Stan Swamy, calling him a “gentle giant who walked miles” with indigenous peoples for 60 years.
Jailed Indian priest Stanislaus Lourduswamy, popularly known as Stan Swamy, has written a letter expressing gratitude to his supporters while additionally conveying concern over circumstances faced by his fellow inmates awaiting trial.
The international Catholic pastoral charity Aid to the Church in Need supports the calls for the release of Jesuit priest Fr. Stan Swamy, who has been incarcerated since October 8 for alleged illegal activities and denied release on bail.
The Federation of Asian Bishops Conferences (FABC) have called for the immediate release of Indian priest Stan Swamy, whose incarceration the bishops likened to “the treatment meted out to Mahatma Gandhi.”