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December 16, 2021
The European Commission's attempt to cancel Christmas in the name of inclusivity betrays its condescending attitude towards religious minorities
November 25, 2021
The birth of the Christ child is an occasion to reflect on other babies and on life in the womb that precedes birth. The most dispiriting development recently in respect of prenatal human life is the European Parliament’s vote last month, directed mainly at Poland, but having far wider implications. Andrew Tettenborn examines its implications
November 11, 2021
As its row with Poland intensifies, the EU has passed an abortion resolution that betrays an alarming strain of anti-religious feeling
October 13, 2021
Adam Dant on the EU's art collection
June 17, 2021
Vatican City, Jun 16, 2021 / 13:00 pm. A leading European cardinal has said that the great problem the continent will face in the future is attacks against religious freedom. In a June 16 interview with ACI Stampa, CNA’s Italian-language partner agency, Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich said he thought that “the problem of religious freedom will be the
July 08, 2020
Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders have voiced concern after the European Commission decided to get rid of its special envoy for religious freedom
March 12, 2018
Archbishop Jean-Claude Hollerich called for dialogue with disillusioned voters
December 09, 2017
The Polish Church has dismissed the threat
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