Canadian Catholic priest, Father Raymond Gravel, has filed a lawsuit against a pro-life news service for presenting him as “pro-abortion.”
Egyptian Christians have been urged to cooperate with Muslims to ensure equal rights for the minority group as the nation begins the process of forming a new government.
An Afghan aid worker is facing execution within three days for converting to Christianity. Said Musa was told by a judge that he would be hanged
Two churches were burned and another destroyed Tuesday as thousands of angry Muslims demanded the death sentence for a Christian man convicted of blasphemy against Islam.
A growing number of displaced Iraqi Christians are seeking refuge in the country’s north, as insecurity and fears for safety drive families from their homes, according to the International Organization for Migration.
Thousands of Indian Christians will peacefully take to the streets of Bangalore on Saturday, protesting the publication of a “false and unfair” report last week on anti-Christian violence.
In a time of political uncertainty and major civil unrest, Christians in Egypt are praying that freedom will come to the minority group, whose stance on the longstanding Mubarak regime has been divided.
A regional Iraqi government has gifted the land needed for the construction of a Catholic hospital and university in Erbil, northern Iraq.
Salvation Army Australia has called on the country to unite in prayer as cyclone Yasi rips through the already flood-ridden state of Queensland.
Nigerian security officials foiled an attempt to bomb a church during a packed Sunday service in Bauchi city.
Christians, human rights activists and representatives from other religions are being called by the Catholic Church of Pakistan to participate in a “day of prayer and fasting” on Sunday.
International Arabic News Network, Al-Jazeera, has been accused of distorting the pope’s words in his Jan. 10 speech that prompted top Islamic authority to freeze its dialogue with the Vatican.
The Sudan Council of Churches recently affirmed calls made by Southern Sudan President Salva Kiir to forgive the north, which had been engaged in a two decade civil war with the south that left some 1.9 million people dead.
The Supreme Court of India upheld the life sentence of a Hindu man on Friday, convicted of burning to death an Australian missionary and his two sons 11 years ago.
Over 100 Christians have been detained in a series of arrests by Eritrean security officials since Dec. 30, Open Doors, a ministry advocating for persecuted Christians, reported Thursday.