Tag: Christian churches

Turkey redesigns an ancient Byzantine church to become a mosque

Hundreds of Muslims gathered for prayer on Friday when the new Kariye Mosque opened

Church of Scotland loses over half its membership since 2000

The rise of secularism has been threatening traditional churches in Scotland for over 20 years now.

Southern Baptist Church observes day of prayer for the Persecuted Church

Two hundred and sixty million Christians experienced harsh persecution in the top fifty countries on the World Watch List in 2019

Headquarters of the Primate of the Netherlands could be sold

Saint Catherine's Cathedral was built as part of the Carmelite male monastery at the turn of the 15th and 16th centuries

Dioceses in northern Italy suspend Mass during coronavirus outbreak

Italian bishops in the area have taken various measures, including asking Catholics to receive the Eucharist only in the hand.

111 Egyptian Churches Receive Legal Status

Until now 894 churches have been approved out of the 3,730 churches that applied for legality

Reinforcing Christian Communities Is Vital for Syrian Stability

Syria’s Christian church organizations “serve as bridges” in Syria’s education, health, and cultural activities

Egyptian churches are supervised by the government

More than 700 Christian places of worship are waiting for regularization.