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Interview with persecuted Christian politician: Päivi Räsänen
The Finnish politician could possibly be sentenced to two years in prison for a Tweet.
Catholic judge beatified in Sicily, honored as ‘martyr of justice and faith’
Blessed Rosario Livatino, a Catholic judge brutally killed by the mafia in 1990, was beatified Sunday in Sicily.
Christian woman blamed for her husband's death in India
God has worked miracles in the lives of her family and community to sustain her.
Texas House advances fetal heartbeat bill
Usually, a fetal heartbeat is detected as early as six weeks into a pregnancy.
S4C promotional video
S4C establishes a YouTube channel.
Tristan Azbej: "Let us pray for peace in the Hoy Land"
Recently, the conflict between Israeli government forces and Hamas, which controls the Palestinian territories, has escalated.
Priests working in the frontline in Mozambique
Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) recently spoke with Father Kwiriwi Fonseca, a Priest working on the frontlines of the crisis.
California bill targets university healthcare links to Catholic hospitals
The local bill would enforce legislation that goes against Catholic ethics.
Half of the world population face religious persecution
According to two recent reports, more than half of the world's population suffer from growing religious persecution.
School chaplain reported for opposing LGBT curriculum challenges firing
In August 2019, he was informed by the school that he was being dismissed for "gross misconduct".
Dina Bibi, Pakistani student: I’m home at Christian Hungary
The reporter of the Debrecen- Nyíregyháza Diocese asked about Dina’s plans and hardships in her homeland.
Nigerian Christian girl working on saving her own people
26 years old Christian Elizabeth Ayoade Adeyemo arrived in September of 2019 with many of her friends from Nigeria to Debrecen.
Indonesian Bishop: Palm Sunday cathedral bombing ‘disgraced human dignity’
Catholic News Agency held an interview with the Archbishop of Jakarta.
"I owe all of my achievements to the Hungary Helps Scholarship Programme"
Samuel Akinola came to Hungary in 2017, in the framework of Hungary Helps' Scholarship Programme for Christian Young People.
Christians cry out for justice after arson attacks on Churches in Kenya
Between the 20th and the 24th of January, four churches have been burned down in Western Kenya.
Fulani killed around two thousand five hundred people in four years in Nigeria
Between 2017 and 2020, Fulani herdsmen carried out 654 terror attacks, leaving more than 2,539 dead, among them many Christians.
More and more Muslims convert to Christianity during the time of Ramadan
During this month, the Muslim world is celebrating Ramadan, one of the greatest events of Islam.
The five countries with the most Christian prisoners
Through prison sentences, governments prevents Christians from spreading the Gospel and discourage others confessing their faith.
Church consecration in Aleppo
The congregation of the Reformed Armenian Betel Church has been renewed with Hungarian help.
Heart-melting Christmas wishes of Iraqui Christian children
In this video, seventeen Iraqi Christian children, between the ages of eight and twelve describe their Christmas wishes.
A Norwegian documentary scientifically disproves gender ideology
Gender theoreticians admit that they do not care about the scientific researches that disprove their ideology.
Pro-life groups sue DC over arrests outside Planned Parenthood
They argue that government officials cannot discriminate peaceful expression of beliefs.
Japanese wine production ceased as a result of Christian persecution
Winemaking was present in Japan in the seventeenth century, and it ceased because of Christian persecution.
Meet courageous Christians via Open Doors
Open Doors UK created a blog to present Christians, who are following Jesus despite enormous opposition.
Christian widows talk about their life in Nigeria
All four women have lost their husbands in one of the three Boko Haram attacks.
Vietnamese family refused to leave their Christian faith
The family lost everything when they converted to Christianity.
Libyan refugee in southern Italy, God was always at his side
Winner Ozekhome, a young Christian man crossed the Libyan desert and sailed to Italy.
Mother of Seven Wounded, Loses Family for Becoming Christian
Her husband and other Muslim relatives attacked her on Easter Sunday.
Catholic seminarian killed because he invited his abductors to a conversation
ides news agency shared a testimony about the young seminarian, murdered more than a year ago.
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