News from Europe

A "March of Normality" was organised in Poland

Mostly young people took part in the march, but there were also families with children.

Polish Catholic fined for praying for Archbishop Kondrusiewicz in Belarus

The Pole was accused by the security services of participating in an "illegal street action."

UK’s largest abortion provider hails highest abortion numbers in history

The significant rise in abortions coincides with the government’s temporary measure allowing home abortions in the UK.

The Soviet Union invaded Poland with the help of Nazi Germany 81 years ago

The Soviets were Hitler's biggest allies between 1939 and 1941. They are responsible for the death of tens of millions of people.

Spanish government wants to remove the cross from Valley of the Fallen

The presence of the Cross and the Benedictines are interpreted by leftist political forces as "symbols of Frankism."

Portuguese President wants to limit the number of pilgrims to Fatima

The head of state explained the arrival of 50,000 pilgrims could endanger public health.

Catholic priest was stabbed to death in Italy

The crime took place near the church of Saint Roch, where Fr. Malgesini was serving. An investigation is underway.

Spanish pro-lifers convinced thousands of women to refrain from abortion

The Redmadre Foundation was established in 2007 under the title "You will never be alone". 

Belarusian authorities canceled the passport of Archbishop Kondrusiewicz

Belarusian President Lukashenko stated that the bishop "entered the list of people banned from entry common to Russia and Belarus"

A cemetery was vandalised in the French city of Saint-Urbain

Ornamental shells from the war memorial were uprooted and private tombstones were smashed.