Tag: Eastern Europe

Polish conservative government plans to reject the Istanbul Convention

The convention introduced elements of LGBT ideology and disdain for religious beliefs and family values into national legislation.

Christians robbed by migrants during a liturgical service in Serbia

According to the latest update of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, there are currently 8,052 migrants in Serbia.

Professor Andrzej Nowak: "In 1920, Poland defeated the Evil Empire"

One hundred years after the Battle of Warsaw, Professor Andrej Nowak presents his book about the Polish-Bolshevik war of 1920.

Pro-life volunteers attacked by left-wing activists in Warsaw

The car of the Pro - Right to Life Foundation was stopped in the middle of a tram crossing by a group of far-left activists.

Teenagers smoke cigarettes and urinate in a church in Poland

The two young men could face up to two years of imprisonment.

A symbol of hope for the coexistence of Christianity and Islam in Kosovo

Christianity and Islam have clashed, yet here, a Serbian Orthodox church and a mosque stand together.

Life comes back to normal but restrictions against Catholics are escalating

The dissolution of a famous pilgrimage in Poland raises questions about freedom of religion in this Catholic country.

Polish police interrupted the pilgrimage to the Sanctuary of Jasna Góra

The pilgrims were registered and sent back home by the authorities.

A man disturbed Masses in Poland by attacking priests and the faithful

The young man who has been arrested could face up to twelve years of imprisonment.