News from Europe

Christian street preacher wins case after being fined for evangelising

The preacher said he was “very glad the magistrates threw the case out and that reason and justice prevailed.”

Satanic murder reported in Southern France

The killer was shot dead by the police.

Danish Left wants to spend millions for "helping Polish women" with abortion

Danish political parties want to allocate 20 million crowns over four years to Polish women so that they can undergo an abortion.

German Church loses 200.000 faithful every year

In 2020, the episcopate recorded 104,610 baptisms, which is two times less than the acts of leaving the Church community.

A church occupied by migrants for almost two months in Belgium

The Belgian episcopate has just issued a press release calling for "dialogue and compassion."

More than 220,000 people left the Catholic Church in Germany in 2020

More than 220,000 people left Catholic Church in Germany in 2020, according to official figures released on Wednesday.

The sacristan of the Notre Dame Basilica of Nice was threatened by a burglar

While escaping, the burglar threatened to return and kill everyone.

British parliament rejects abortion on demand

The numerous e-mails sent to the parlament forced it to step back on this controvertial initiative

State Secretary Tristan Azbej visited the European Commission

After his visit, Tristan Azbej wrote in his Facebook post about a "Hungarian success in Brussels".

Celebrations in Fatima again under sanitary regime in Portugal

Pilgrims will have limited access to the apparition shrine and candle lighting.