Tag: Eastern Europe

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.

Beatification of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński is suspended

Stefan Wyszyński was a legendary pillar of Poland's fight against the communist regime as well as a respected figure of authority.

The pandemic cannot tear us away from Holy Mass, says Polish bishop

The Polish cleric encouraged the faithful to participate actively in the Holy Mass broadcasts on TV or online.

Poland celebrates the anniversary of its baptism

One thousand fifty-four years ago, Poland became part of Christian civilisation.

190,000 Poles complain about "political activity" of a priest to Pope Francis

Tadeusz Rydzyk is the founder and owner of Catholic media Radio Maryja and TV Trwam.

Orthodox Christians remain a persecuted religious minority in Kosovo

Hundreds of Christians continue to be threatened, murdered or forced into exile in this unstable region.

A "priests helpline" to support the faithful in times of pandemic

Priests from the Archdiocese of Poznań will operate a helpline every day from 10 a.m. to noon and from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Polish Catholics question government's new restrictions on church attendance.

The authors of the petition emphasise the inconsistency of the new security measures.