Tag: laicity law

Post-Catholic countries want to show the Church "where it belongs"

In today's post-Catholic societies, secular authorities want the Church to "know its place," explains columnist Charles Collins.

The Mayor of Paris considers Ramadan as "part of French cultural heritage"

At the same time, Christianity is no longer considered as part of the cultural heritage of France, according to the Left.

Leftist parties unite to oppose nativity scene in France

Fifteen leftist parties and associations united in France to remove a nativity scene at the town hall entrance

French radio refused to advertise organisation that helps persecuted Christians

The director of the Christian organisation wrote a letter to some deputies asking them to intervene in their favour.

Court ordered the destruction of a Calvary scene in France

The 1905 law that separates church and state "prohibits the erection of religious signs or emblems in public places".