Coptic Christians massacred by gunmen in Egypt

Reports say 26 Coptic pilgrims were killed while travelling to a monastery At least 26 Coptic Christians have reportedly been killed by gunmen in Egypt. The Christians were travelling by bus to a monastery when they were attacked. Many of those killed were children, according to the New York Times. Health officials said that the… Continue reading Coptic Christians massacred by gunmen in Egypt

Police clash with anti-Christian mob in southern Egypt

Muslim villagers suspected that a Christian teenager who allegedly converted to Islam was being held captive by her family Police have used tear gas to disperse an angry mob of Muslims approaching Christian homes in southern Egypt. The Friday clashes injured four policemen and seven of the Muslim villagers. Police have made eight arrests. The… Continue reading Police clash with anti-Christian mob in southern Egypt

Militants kill two Christians in Egypt’s Sinai

The murders come days after an ISIS video vowed to increase attacks on minority groups Egyptian security officials say suspected militants have killed two Christians in the restive north of the Sinai Peninsula, days after an ISIS affiliate group vowed to step up a wave of attacks on Christians. The officials said Saad Hana, 65, was… Continue reading Militants kill two Christians in Egypt’s Sinai

When Christianity becomes a crime

en Russia’s small Catholic community commemorated its post-communist revival this spring, it was a time to take stock of progress achieved over the past quarter of a century. Catholics still face discrimination in Russia, as the Orthodox Church, backed by President Vladimir Putin, rebuilds its power and wealth. Yet the sufferings inflicted under Soviet rule… Continue reading When Christianity becomes a crime

International charity says migrants should be housed apart based on their faith as migrant violence escalates

Open Doors international charity has called for a more compassionate response towards Christian migrants and refugees in Germany by ensuring they are provided with adequate protection. Remarks from the charity came after church officials said Christians avoid Muslim dominated camps for fear of further persecution, opting for Christian charities, homes or churches as refuge instead.… Continue reading International charity says migrants should be housed apart based on their faith as migrant violence escalates

Cardinal Woelki reports the silent killings of Christians in refugee camps

The Archbishop of Cologne, Cardinal Rainer Woelki at an ecurenical service in Dusseldorf last Saturday that the Christian Refugees. He equally warned that Christian refugees are being threatened by other asylum seekers in refugee camps, according to a report in The Tablet. “Concern is growing that politicians and the authorities might not be taking such threats seriously enough. Christian… Continue reading Cardinal Woelki reports the silent killings of Christians in refugee camps

The Holy Father Calls for help for the Suffering Christians in Syria

Pope Francis in his angelus prayer yesterday Sunday 07th February pleaded with the International community in an appeal for the Protection to Life to remember with compassion the plight of the Syrian civilians who have been in the pain of terrorism in their regions. He also called for a renewed commitment to the protection of life… Continue reading The Holy Father Calls for help for the Suffering Christians in Syria

Muslim teacher dies after taking bullet for attacked Christians in Kenya

A Muslim teacher, Salah Farah who took hit from the Al-Shabab terrorist group for heroically defending the lives of his fellow Christian passengers has died in surgery. Late last month, he was on a bus loaded with Christians and Muslims alike (travelling to Mandera in Kenya ) when the bus was attacked by the Al-Shabab terrorist… Continue reading Muslim teacher dies after taking bullet for attacked Christians in Kenya

Read: Everybody has a role to restore joy and peace to War Victims explains Pope Francis

Pope Francis addressed the Synod of the Chaldean Church today, and made it clear to them that how journeying together as christian and sheep under one shepherd are to always reach out for one another, especially when they are in need of it. He made it clear that the proclamation of “Together we journey in our… Continue reading Read: Everybody has a role to restore joy and peace to War Victims explains Pope Francis