Eritrea is becoming a giant prison thanks to excessive conscription and the arbitrary arrest of its people, says Human Rights Watch.
A U.K.-based network of Christians geared towards living more simply is calling on believers to use the recession as an opportunity to follow a less-consumerist lifestyle.Tags Economic Crisis
The Anglican Diocese of Southwark has agreed to correct the registered baptism of an atheist who claims he was too young to consent to the ceremony.Tags Atheism
A Church in Sweden celebrated Easter in a rather unique way, unveiling a statue of Jesus Christ made entirely of Lego pieces.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has said that the Roman Catholic Church should change its position on homosexuality to better reflect today's society.Tags Homosexuality
The British National Party plans to launch a new advertising campaign featuring Jesus Christ and his teaching on persecution.
An Irish Catholic priest has condemned as "blasphemous" a plan by a Wexford nightclub to hold a mock crucifixion of Jesus at a party during the Easter weekend.
Eritrea is on the brink of famine and thousands of people are flooding across its borders to escape starvation and persecution, reports an international pastoral aid organization of the Catholic Church.
A Christian couple is being sued after they refused to let a homosexual couple stay together at their seaside hotel. The gay couple claimed they experienced "direct discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation."
British reality TV star Jade Goody died in the early hours of Sunday morning from cancer, her spokesman Max Clifford confirmed.Tags Television
A leading AIDS expert from Harvard University has come out in support of comments made by Pope Benedict XVI suggesting that the distribution of contraception actually spreads rather than prevents AIDS.
Two missionaries were recently beaten by an anti-Christian mob in the state of Himacha Pradesh, located in northwest India. They sustained severe injuries and all their possessions were burned.
Foreign Christian musicians and missionaries to the United Kingdom could be deported if they are not sponsored by a licensed organization and do not obtain the necessary visas, according to new immigration rules.
Christians and conservatives in the United Kingdom have reacted in horror to a suggestion by an Oxford professor, who said that the organs of aborted fetuses should be used in organ transplants for the seriously ill.
Attacks against Christians in the Indian state of Orissa are continuing despite reassurances from the Indian Government of greater security, says the Archbishop of Cuttack-Bhubaneswar.