- Jan 18, 2020
In fighting religious persecution as in any other walk of life, the trick is paying attention to the little things, so the big things will take care of themselves.
The truth of it is, both the US and the Vatican still have powerful motives for keeping their relationship green, because both parties perceive that they need the other.
Sooner or later, the international community will be forced to recognize that the fate of Nigeria’s Christian population isn’t just a human rights issue – though it’s certainly that – but also a major global security concern.
A town in Lebanon has banned Christians from selling or renting property to non-Christians after an influx of Muslim immigrants.
A Sri Lankan cardinal on Thursday denounced a “serious lapse of responsibility” by the goverment which could have avoided the Easter suicide attacks.
Pope Francis on Saturday in Morocco extolled interreligious dialogue as a tool for combating terrorism.