WASHINGTON — A statement from the Holy See warned that prejudice against Christianity is growing in Europe, often under the guise of “tolerance.”
“Intolerance in the name of ‘tolerance’ must be named for what it is and publicly condemned,” said Bishop Mario Toso. “To deny religiously informed moral argument a place in the public square is intolerant and anti-democratic.”
“Or, to put it another way, where there might be a clash of rights, religious freedom must never be regarded as inferior,” he explained.
Bishop Toso delivered a statement of the Holy See at the high-level Conference on Tolerance and Non-discrimination held in Albania May 21-22. The gathering was convened under the...READ MORE