Tag: South America

Feminists try to attack families by eliminating the father's role

A child who was brought up without a father is five times more likely to commit suicide.

A church was desecrated and the priest threatened in Brazil

The sculpture of Saint Francis of Assisi was also vandalised.

Brazil: Sunday dedicated to persecuted Christians is drawing near

Every year the Church in Brazil dedicates a Sunday to persecuted Christians.

A young altar server was murdered in Brazil

On the 24th of August, a young altar server of the Parish of Saint Peter of Fortaleza was shot dead on the street.

Virtual March for Life: strengthening the fundamental values to face the disease

The right to life is the most relevant and inalienable good of the human person, without distinctions of any kind.

Seventy two-year-old priest murdered in Brazil

The stolen mobile phone was traced and thus made it possible for the police to arrest the killer.

The number of Catholics in Argentina is declining sharply, new study shows

In Latin America as a whole, 90 percent of the people believe in God, even though Catholicism is declining in several countries.

Jair Bolsonaro: "Brazil belongs to Christianity"

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro confirmed his faith in Jesus Christ while attending a huge Christian worship event in Brazil.

Netflix releasing “Christmas special” with gay Jesus and adulterer Virgin Mary

This made so far more than one million people sign a petition to have the film removed from the popular streaming service.

Mexican beauty queen makes a radical move to religious life

Esmeralda, last year's beauty queen, now has joined the Poor Clare Missionaries of the Blessed Sacrament