The U.S. Secretary of State’s remarks at a religious freedom symposium came a day before he is expected to meet with Cardinal Pietro Parolin at the Vatican to discuss the renewal of the Holy See’s provisional accord with China.
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he believes the U.S. and the Holy See “have a shared interest in seeing that every human being in China has the opportunity to practice their faith, exercise their conscience rights.”
Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York said that when he meets with persecuted Christians in foreign countries, “they’ll constantly say to me ‘we feel forgotten’” and ask for prayers and support.
A new report names Australia as one of the primary locations where Iraqi Christians emigrate, with at least 139,000 moving there since 2007.
Lebanon has been rocked by protests that began Oct. 17 when the government announced new taxes on gasoline, tobacco and internet-based calls made over WhatsApp.
‘Cross in Fire’ gives tangible expression to the suffering of Christians, raising international awareness of their plight.
As the State Secretary for the Aid of Persecuted Christians, Tristan Azbej said his first priority is “saving lives,” which he does through the government-run nonprofit “Hungary Helps.”
The 2020 ‘World Watch List’ on the persecution of Christians highlights an unprecedented level of persecution against Christians.
“We stand with Christians everywhere, in solidarity, and will defend your right to practice your faith,” says Boris Johnson.