Tag: Central Europe

"We were the first government to address the need of 340 million people"

Interview with Tristan Azbej, Hungary’s State Secretary for the Aid of Persecuted Christians and for the Hungary Helps Program.

Vandal caught by police after vandalising church in Polish village

Anti-Christian has been on the rise for the last year across Poland.

Major theft of consecrated vessels in Polish village's church

The suspect is already known to the police and is now facing a sentence of up to ten years in prison.

Statue of the Virgin Mary desecrated in Polish town

An unknown perpetrator is currently being searched for by polish police.

The door of the Polish Cathedral of Łódź vandalised with white graffiti

Red hands were also painted in the square in front of the church.

Hundreds volunteer with Samaritan's Purse to help victims of flooding in Germany

Over 177 people died in Germany as a result of the historic natural disaster.

Danish Left wants to spend millions for "helping Polish women" with abortion

Danish political parties want to allocate 20 million crowns over four years to Polish women so that they can undergo an abortion.

Hungary fines distributor for book promoting homosexuality to kids

The fine comes amid a larger crackdown on LGBT ideology in Hungary.

Czech Republic president condemns transgenderism as "a crime of self-harm"

"Every surgery is a risk and these transgender people to me are disgusting," Milos Zeman stated.

Hungarian sculptor gifts John Paul II statue to Polish university

The sculpture was blessed by Archbishop of Kraków Marek Jędraszewski.