A Christian doctor faces an ivestigation for offering prayer to patients
The doctor assures that the few patients who were offered to pray were pleased with the outcome.
"There's no room for Christians in the Australian public sphere," says bishop
Andrew Thoburn says the Left uses the slogan of tolerance, while persecuting both believers and their families.
"Persecuted Christians get no headlines", says Swedish historian Dick Harrison
"Historically, religious freedom is a more radical concept than most Swedes realize," he writes.
Päivi Räsänen's fight for freedom of speech is not over in Finland
Finland's public prosecutors are to appeal the judgement which threw out the charges against Räsänen.
A church website has been suspended for sharing views on conversion therapy
Teachings on sexual morality are progressively being crininalized.
British Catholic priest subjected to dicsrimination by University for his views
Nottingham University agreed to allow David Palmer offer Mass on campus on Sunday's as a "guest priest".
Montana passes legal safeguards for religious freedom
Montana is the 22nd US state to pass a religious freedom restoration act in the past thirty years.
San Francisco to name street after first Black firefighter, a Catholic convert
San Francisco’s first Black firefighter's faith helped him endure years of racial abuse within the within the department
The U.S. protects doctor's right to refuse abortion or "sex change"
U.S. bishops emphasise that ethical considerations should always be taken into account when it comes to legal procedures.
Myanmar artists face blasphemy charges for Covid-19 mural
They were arrested for portraying a Grim Reaper figure spreading the coronavirus, which looked like a Buddhist monk.