News from Europe

Virgin Mary vandalised by BLM activists in the Netherlands

Alleged racism continues to be used as a pretext to attack Christian symbols throughout the West.

Interfaith Network statement after Reading terror attack

Interfaith Network wants to promote good relations between different faith communities and people of different faiths in Britain.

Statue of Lenin erected in Germany

The city of Gelsenkirchen issued a ban on the monument, but it was cancelled by the Regional Administrative Court

Statue depicting Saint Anthony vandalised in Belgium

As BLM protests spread all over the West, several historical statues have been vandalised in Belgium in the last weeks.

Church of England urges government to allow singing to return to church

Normal services are not expected to resume until at least the 4th of July or later.

More than half of students do not speak German at home in Vienna

In Vienna, as early as 2014, the percentage of Muslim children in high schools was higher than that of Catholic children.

Bishop asks why abortions in England and Wales have reached record levels

The highest number of abortions ever was recorded with 207,384 abortions, - an increase of 6,776 since 2018.

Racist slogans targeting Whites and Jews shouted during BLM protests in Paris

Some of the boutiques that remained open were pillaged and looted by aggressive demonstrators.

JK Rowling explains views on transgenderism: "I refuse to bow down"

The author went on to express concern for the current explosion of transgender activism in the United Kingdom.

In Italy, new book suggests changes to Catholic doctrine on homosexuality

The intention of the book is to propose a change in Christian anthropology.