News from Europe

Leftist radicals attacked a group of conservative politicians in Madrid

Thirteen people were injured, including a deputy and a policeman. Bricks, stones and urine vials rained down on the conservatives.

The pandemic of home abortions in Great Britain

An average of twenty ambulances a month are sent to women who report complications after "home abortions."

European News: Easter under the pandemic and Christian persecution

The guests talked about Christianity in Europe and Christian persecution on a Hungarian news channel.

Goalie coach fired from Hertha BSC for criticising rainbow family propaganda

The trainer criticised Hungarian goalkeeper Péter Gulácsi for supporting gay marriage and spreading LGBT propaganda.

Icons and walls of Romanian church smeared by far-left activists

The radical Left is regularly targeting Christian places of wordship with similar acts of vandalism.

A relic of Saint Therese stolen from a church in Switzerland

At the end of March, a relic of Saint Therese was stolen from a church in Clarens, Switzerland.

A church was set on fire in Austria

Despite early attempts to extinguish the fire, the wooden altar was destroyed and a statue of the Virgin Mary was damaged.

A church in Italy vandalised with obscene symbols

The Chapel of the Crosses is the only national monument in the city.

The chapel of a hospital seriously desecrated in France

Despite the deterioration of the place of worship a Mass was celebrated inside the chapel on the 30th of March.