News from Europe

UK High Court upholds law allowing Down syndrome abortions after 24 weeks

Human rights don't seem to apply to everyone equally after all.

London street preacher alleges police confronted him for "homophobic language"

There have been many other reported cases of Christian preachers being confronted in England.

Thousands of participants of the 2021 Berlin March for Life

This year, thousands of people, among them bishops, participated in the March for Life in Berlin.

Wales "LGBTQ+ Action Plan" may put pastors at risk of prosecution

Earlier this summer, an American pastor was arrested in London while preaching that “homosexuality is a sin.”

"We were the first government to address the need of 340 million people"

Interview with Tristan Azbej, Hungary’s State Secretary for the Aid of Persecuted Christians and for the Hungary Helps Program.

New law threatens pastor’s religious freedom in Wales

The government admits that the draft plan to ban conversion therapy practices "may restrict religious freedoms"

Syrian Archbishop awarded with Commander's Cross of the Hungarian Order of Merit

The award was handed over by Tristan Azbej, State Secretary for the Aid of Persecuted Christians and for the Hungary Helps Program

Catholic students are most affected by bullying in Ireland

One teacher also suggested that "holding a religious worldview can be a lonely experience in modern Ireland."

The official cause of the recent fire in a Kiev church is a short circuit

The organ and the interior of the "Pearl of Kiev" were damaged.