Tag: Latin America

Ruth Montaño: a hard-working fighter for religious freedom

Her greatest professional accomplishment was undoubtedly the passage in September 2019 of Religious Liberty Law 1161.

Hospital chapel dedicated to Saint Oscar Arnulfo Romero

On the occasion of the 41st anniversary of his martyrdom, the place where he died was renamed after him.

Four-hundred-year-old church burned in Mexico

The four-hundred-year-old church is in bad conditions and only the walls remain standing.

Argentine doctor under attack refusing to perform a late-term abortion

Pro-abortion activists have been active in Argentina over the last months where they have managed to make abortion legal.

Christians were forced to eat the Bible in Venezuela

The attackers carved an X with knives on the bodies of some of the Christians.

Pastor spends two weeks in jail after false accusation of personal enrichment

It is common for pastors in Cuba to work alongside their pastoral charge, as the income of parishioners is insufficient.

Argentine president signed the act legalising abortion

The law in force so far permitted abortion only when the pregnancy was a result of rape or when it put the mother's life at risk.

Pro-abortionists vandalised a cathedral in Argentina

The facade of Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral in Moreno, Buenos Aires was vandalised in late November by abortion activists.

A nun has been kidnapped in Haiti

Haiti has been going through a severe socio-economic crisis for years, leading people to despair and insecurity.

Unknown perpetrators murdered a religious brother in Venezuela

It is suspected that robbery was the motivation behind the crime.