Tag: Freedom of Religion

Barcelona cardinal holds Mass in defiance of government order

Even if all the 500 people who’d been invited to the ceremony attended, the basilica would have only been at 23% capacity.

Supreme Court denies Nevada church's request to reopen

Pastor Garry Leist who leads Calvary Chapel Dayton Valley, offered a word of encouragement to his church following the ruling.

Police investigation about baptism service of Christian Church in India

The accusation argued that Christians do not have a right to live in India, as India belongs to Hindus.

European Commission will "renew its efforts" for promoting religious freedom

The office of the Special Envoy for the Promotion of Religious Freedom and beliefs outside the European Union was created in 2016.

U.S. Navy will allow in-person church services

First Liberty General Counsel Mike Berry said the change is a “major victory for religious freedom within the military."

Court rejects churches’ lawsuit against Illinois worship restrictions

Although many U.S. churches closed due to the pandemic, some congregations continued to hold in-person services.

Haryana State in India to implement Religious Conversion Bill

This is the 9th state to pass this law to the legislative assembly, empowering Hindu radicals to attack and intimidate Christians

Religious persecution is engulfing the world

Believers in many countries face severe challenges, according to the State Department’s Report on International Religious Freedom.

U.S. government condemns persecution of Catholic Church in Nicaragua

According to USCIRF commissioner James W. Carr, the threats against religious freedom in Nicaragua “remain troubling”.

Tristan Azbej acknowledges Trump's efforts to advance religious freedom

"The U.S. can continue to count on Hungary in the global fight for religious freedom," assures the Hungarian State Secretary.