Supporting Christian communities is a priority goal

Europe has less and less courage to profess its Christian roots

Assisted suicide applications higher than expected under new Australian law

All of the suicides were committed in accordance with Victorian law.

‘Gulag’ Recsk: symbol of inhumanity, and Communist dictatorship - commemorated

"Confronting the fates of the survivors of the forced labour camp in Recsk, in northern Hungary, is never easy"

Two people killed by Al-Shabaab militants in Kenya

The members of the radical terrorist group attempted to stop a bus, heading from Mandera to Nairobi with passengers on board.

Nigeria vows to 'redouble' efforts to free Leah Sharibu 2 years after adbuction

She was held back from her release in 2018 because she refused to recount her faith in Christ. 

UK Court: Sharia marriages not valid under English law

"The Assembly is concerned that the rulings of the Sharia councils discriminate against women in divorce and inheritance cases.

Katalin Novák: The next generation is Europe's future

"The solution to Europe’s demographic challenges is more children"

Franciscan leader thanked Hungary for its support with extension of museum

The 'Hungary Helps' Programme supports Christian communities and protects universal Christian heritage

Historic Iraqi church to be rebuilt

Al-Tahera church, in the old city of Mosul, was severely damaged after ISIS invaded the city in June of 2014.

Kidnapped Nigerian priest has been released

The Uromi diocese is expected to release additional details about the priest’s release.