July 9, 2013
by PETER JESSERER SMITH
The spokesman for Egypt’s Catholic Conference discusses the Morsi regime, the June 30 revolution and what it all means for minorities living in the heavily Muslim country.
April 16, 2013
by EDWARD PENTIN
The representative of a country that harshly forbids Christian worship is expected to discuss improving Catholic-Muslim relations.
April 15, 2013
by ADELAIDE DARLING/CNA/EWTN NEWS
At an event sponsored by the Hudson Institute, the two women said there are 'many, many churches in Iran,' which harshly punishes converts from Islam.
January 29, 2013
by CNA/EWTN NEWS
Saeed Abedini, who is a U.S. citizen, is convicted by an Iranian judge for allegedly threatening local security with his leadership of house churches.
September 6, 2012
by JOAN FRAWLEY DESMOND
The blasphemy trial of Rimsha Masih, a 14-year-old defendant with Down syndrome, exposes plight of Christians and other religious minorities in Muslim countries that are allies of the United States.
July 20, 2012
by ANTO AKKARA
The Christian mother of 5, convicted in sharia court of blasphemy in 2010, remains on death row in Pakistan.
February 20, 2012
by STEVE WEATHERBE
Says a defender, 'It is a sad day when the young people being trained to defend our Constitution get to see West Point not stand up for freedom of speech and religious liberty because these things are in conflict with political correctness.'
January 10, 2011
by SIMON ROUGHNEEN
While Sudanese Catholics wait to see if the south will succeed in its secession attempt, we get an exclusive inside look at the biblical “land of Cush.”
January 4, 2011
by ANTO AKKARA
A Pakistani governor was assassinated today for seeking to pardon a Christian woman. The archbishop of Lahore talks to the Register about what the future holds for his 97% Muslim country.