Tag: Christian heritage of Europe

Catholic bishops join Orthodox in 'Day of Mourning' for Hagia Sophia

July 24, was declared a “Day of Mourning” as the former Byzantine cathedral opened for formal Islamic Friday prayers this day

New streaming service will offer films inspired by Christianity

VatiVision to focus on “quality contributions to art, culture and faith.”

Robert Schuman's vision as a cure for "modern" Europe's moral crisis

Robert Schuman can be a good role model for European Christians of the 21st century in a context of lack of authority figures.

International Eucharistic Congress in Budapest postponed to 2021

The decision was made “because of the current health situation and its consequences for the movement of the faithful and pilgrims”

Pope Francis’ Easter blessing: May Christ dispel the darkness of our suffering

He prayed for the dialogue between Israelis and Palestinians, and for the end of hostilities in Syria, Yemen, Iraq and Lebanon.

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

Hungary Defending Christians and Christian values at home and abroad

Since 2010, Viktor Orbán has worked to build an old-school Christian democracy, rooted in European traditions.

Hungarian bishops defend life on feast of Holy Innocents

Hungarian bishops issued a statement re-confirming Church teaching and the importance of protecting "conceived human life"

No Christmas Mass at Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral for first time in 200 years

The faithful did not give up hope. Restoration works are underway.

May 15 UN International Day of Families

The Holy See: Family should be seen as the “fundamental and basic unit of all societies”