Tag: Eastern Europe

Hungary ends legal recognition of sex change

Hungary recognises legal same-sex relationships but remains opposed to the legalisation of so called same-sex marriages.

Surrogacy: wombs for rent and babies for sale

It is estimated that in India alone, the annual income from renting women's wombs is four hundred million dollars.

Polish town of Sanok faces anti-Christian vandalism

The arrested man was under the influence of alcohol.

French historian Kevin Bossuet: "Calling Hungary a dictatorship is incorrect"

The French historian exposes the battle in which the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is embroiled.

Polish priest installed a non-contact holy water font in his church

Father Henryk Kowalski encourages people to adapt to this unusual situation and always trust in God.

"This virus seems to go to church but bypasses supermarkets"

The auxiliary Bishop of Lviv referred to the current situation related to the life of the Church during the coronavirus pandemic.

Hungary opposed to the Istanbul Convention: "We don't support gender ideology"

The declaration was adopted with 115 votes in favour, thirty-five against and three abstentions.

The canonisation process of the parents of Saint John Paul II will begin in May

The beatification of John Paul II took place on the 1st of May 2011 and he was canonised on the 27th of April 2014.

Mosaic representing Putin removed from Russian Orthodox military church

Another mosaic of former Soviet leader Josef Stalin has to be officially removed from the church.