News from Europe

The chapel of a Spanish hospital was vandalised

A Mass in reparation was offered in the chapel on two occasions in mid-September.

The UK's Home Secretary clarified the country's stance on silent prayer

Last year, three individuals were prosecuted for exercising silent mental prayer near abortion facilities in England

Finnish politician Päivi Räsänen stands trial again

She is being accused of "inciting hatred against LGBT people".

Methodist Church fighting to survive in North Cornwall

A Cornish Methodist Church is fighting to survive among mega-rich celebrity homes

Failure on safeguarding: UK concerns about transgender guidance

In the past few years radical gender ideology has spread through schools like an epidemic in the United Kingdom

The tabernacle of a German church was vandalised

This is not the first incident in and around Mönchengaldbach in the last years.

Safety fears for Catholic police officers in Northern Ireland

Catholic officers have been advised to bring guns to mass after Northern Ireland data breach

Christian groups urge UK Parliament to tackle workplace discrimination

Three Christian groups have called for a parliamentary inquiry to investigate concerns about religious freedom in the workplace.

The glass door of a church in Vienna was destroyed with a hammer

The motivation of the perpetrator remains unclear.

A church was vandalised in broad daylight in Italy

The perpetrator was arrested and was taken to a hospital, as he injured himself while throwing stones against a church.