News from Europe

A church in Berlin vandalised with pro-abortion slogans

It is the third time in the last months that the St. Elizabeth church is targeted by far-left activists in this way.

"No-protest-zones" around abortion clinics demanded in Edinburgh

The buffer zones have been initiated by a campaign of university students called "Back off Scotland".

Spain allows feminists marches while still restricting all forms of worship

Spanish authorities have been using the pandemic to target Christians on several occasions for a year.

EU Catholic bishops criticize European Parliament resolution

The criticism came after the resolution on Poland’s abortion law.

Poland celebrates the National Day of Remembrance of the 'Cursed Soldiers'

The Soviets tried to erase the memory of these fighters for the independance of Poland.

The world’ biggest Christian channel praised the Hungary Helps Program

The world biggest Christian media network, the EWTN’ news showed the Hungary Helps Program.

The Netherlands will facilitate access to abortion even more

The Netherlands already has one of the most permissive policies on abortion worldwide.

The door of a renowned Polish church has been vandalised in Warsaw

The Church of St Augustine of Warsaw is included in the register of monuments. 

Hungary Helps Program praised on the world's largest Christian TV network

The broadcast also mentioned ongoing projects in Africa and the Middle-East run by Hungary Helps

In Scotland, most hate crime victims are Catholic

In contrast, racially-motivated hate crimes have fallen by twenty per cent between 2014-2015 and 2019-2020.