News from Europe

France: Which pandemic? Abortion matters!

French Health Minister Olivier Véran is worried about access to abortion while France fails to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.

Orthodox Christians remain a persecuted religious minority in Kosovo

Hundreds of Christians continue to be threatened, murdered or forced into exile in this unstable region.

'The one who shows mercy'

Hungary demonstrates compassion by action. It’s the only country with a national-level office to support persecuted Christians.

France: two churches graffitied in Loire-Atlantique region in just three days

The lockdown imposed on the French population doesn't seem to discourage church vandals in times of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Britons rededicate England to the Blessed Virgin Mary

More than half a million people took part Sunday in the rededication of England to Our Lady Sunday, organizers have said.

France: in times of an epidemic, the Left wants to facilitate access to abortion

In the French parliament, attempts have even been made to extend the legal deadline for the killing of unborn babies.

British Government commits to defend freedom of religion worldwide

The Truro report states that the persecution of Christians is so extreme that it amounts to genocide in some parts of the world.

Police raids on Italian churches raise religious freedom concerns

In theory the citations could lead to fines or even jail terms, despite constitutional protections in Italy guaranteeing freedom

Relics of St. Corona will be displayed in German cathedral, after pandemic.

The Catholic cathedral in the city of Aachen, was already planning to display the reliquary of St. Corona before the pandemic

A "priests helpline" to support the faithful in times of pandemic

Priests from the Archdiocese of Poznań will operate a helpline every day from 10 a.m. to noon and from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.