News from Europe

Paris mayor’s effort to pull pro-family posters backfires

The posters targeted France’s new bioethics law that would allow medically assisted procreation for lesbian couples.

Muslim population of England passes the three million mark for the first time

While the numbers of Christians continues to decline, figures reveal

Pro-lifers hail closure of Britain's oldest abortion facility after 50 year

It is responsible for killing over a quarter of a million babies over the last five decades

Swedish children’s book promotes Transgenderism, with 'trans-species' horse-dog

The man is a transgender who wears women’s clothing and lipstick, while the horse is “trans-species” and believes it's a dog

Europe: anti-Christian attacks reach all-time high in 2019

The research shows that roughly 3,000 Christian churches, schools, cemeteries and monuments were vandalized

Will 2020 be decade of women bishops?

The Church of England is training staff to overcome male bias in a bid to ensure that, by 2030, half of its leaders are female

No Christmas Mass at Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral for first time in 200 years

The faithful did not give up hope. Restoration works are underway.

Austrian authorities prevent series of planned Christmas Market attacks

Tha plan was, to bomb a Christmas market in Vienna. Then, deadly attacks in Salzburg, Germany, France were to come

Why is JK Rowling being denounced? Because she said 'No' to a lie

The novelist supported a tax expert who was fired for dissenting from gender orthodoxy.

Norwegian government awards Islamists 100,000 eur to convert church into mosque

Under the same grant type, Søndre Nordstrand Muslim Center has also been awarded nearly 30,000 euros.