Filip Mazurczak

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November 01, 2018
In one of Europe’s poorest countries, one thing is still doing well: Christianity Arguably no European country is in a worse economic and political situation than Ukraine. Since 2014, Russia’s war against its neighbour has claimed 10,000 lives. Meanwhile, the International Monetary Fund estimates that in terms of GDP per capita, Ukraine is Europe’s poorest
December 07, 2017
As Western Europe is rejecting its Christian heritage, the opposite is occurring in much of Eastern and Central Europe. Among the post-communist countries experiencing a rediscovery of traditional values is Hungary, which is becoming a leader in recognising Europe’s Judaeo-Christian roots, promoting the marriage and family, and standing up for persecuted Christians. Hungary’s first king,
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