News from Europe

Belgian public media wonder what to do with desecralised churches

According to a 2019 report by the Catholic Church, as many as 31 churches have been closed in Belgium in 2018 alone.

Detailled report of the Päivi Räsänen hearing

Päivi Räsänen responded in court in the name of every Christian.

French organisation tries to preserve the country's Christian heritage

This year's pilot renovation project concerns, for example, the chapel in Vrère in the Deux-Sèvres department.

Gang of church robbers arrested in France

In total, five people have been identified by the police and will face charges for burglary.

J.K. Rowling targeted by the gender activists yet again

The British author is under attack for refusing to comply with the gender narrative.

Christianophobia on the rise across Europe

Most acts of Christianophobia in Europe can be put in the category of discrimination rather than physical extermination (for now).

27 acts of Christianophobia reported in France in September 2021 alone

Despite the evidence, French authorities continue to turn a blind eye on this worrying phenomenon

Relics of St. John Paul II have been stolen from a French church

The parish priest fears that the relics could be used for occult or even satanic practices.

Christian MP calls prosecution for tweeting Bible verse a "privilege"

Six members of U.S. Congress have condemned the prosecution as “infringements on religious freedom.”

French private TV channel got interested in the phenomenon of "Christianophobia"

The wave of anti-Christian attacks has intesified since the beginning of the year across France.