News from Europe

The European Union and religious liberty: progress, indifference or decline?

Religious freedom inside and outside of Europe at times seems to be worsening, not improving.

Breaking: English court's decision on forced abortion overturned

The “Stand With Her” demonstration succeeded in defence of the Nigerian disabled woman, and her baby

UK court orders forced abortion for mentally disabled woman

It was despite the objections of the woman’s mother and the woman herself. The woman is 22 weeks pregnant.

"A historical moment for the UK to take this step - and a courageous one"

The Archbishop from Iraq says talking to Jeremy Hunt about persecution was 'encouraging'

Remembering L'Arche founder Jean Vanier who dies at 90

He was founder of a community all over the world with about 150 centres which supports people with disabilities.

Pope Francis greets the peoples of Romania ahead of Apostolic Journey - Video!

He says he is coming to the country as a pilgrim - the Holy Father is also visiting the great yearly pilgrimage at Csíksomlyó

France: As many practicing Muslims as Catholics among 18-29 year-olds

As Catholicism has diminished in France, other religions like Islam have stepped in to take its place

Classical composers most recognised in the UK are ‘white male titans’

Royal Albert Hall artistic director: We need more female and ethnic minority composers in British classical music

Two Scandinavian journalists explain how Europe could fall to Islam

Western culture, which was founded on Christian principles, has become suicidal - Watch video

Talks on the 'Hungary Helps Programme' held in Rome

The Vatican and the Italian Government are open to cooperating with Hungary in providig humanitarian aid.