- Jul 31, 2021
Spain’s Catholic bishops warned of growing division and tension in their country over government attempts to “deconstruct and dismantle the Christian worldview.”
A new book from Charles C. Camosy, “Losing Our Dignity,” explores how the influence of secularized medicine is undermining fundamental human equality.
Belgian Cardinal Jozef De Kesel, archbishop of Malines-Brussels, says secularization isn’t necessarily a problem.
While tensions have increased between the Catholic Church in Spain and the left-wing government led by Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, studies also have shown a growing rift between the Catholic Church and Spaniards in general.
Spain, a bastion of Christianity in Europe for centuries, finds itself in a crisis of faith as the influence of Catholicism continues to decline.
When it comes to threats to Christianity, a longtime missionary in Africa has argued that more than physical persecution, Western secularism poses a greater danger, as the Christian faith is rapidly expanding in areas where Christians are persecuted, whereas it is declining in the traditionally Christian West.
A new study reveals both a decline in American religiosity.