Initially, Indian law allowed abortion up to the 20th week of pregnancy, but since March it is possible until the 24th week.
The International Eucharistic Congress will take place in the Hungarian capital from the 5th to the 12th of September.
Rebelo de Sousa emphasised that the new law would give enormous prerogatives to doctors to decide who would be euthanised or not.
This initiative is a reaction to the series of attacks on churches as part of so-called anti-racist protests throughout the US.
In Australia, terminally ill patients can decide to have their life support system turned off.
According to USCIRF commissioner James W. Carr, the threats against religious freedom in Nicaragua “remain troubling”.
It will still not be possible to celebrate public liturgies or go to church for private prayer.
The COMECE argues that the key role of religion in European society has been neglected by the European Commission.
"Both in September 1939 and later, there was no open protest of German Bishops against the National Socialists," says the text.