Results from Tag: 'christianity'
Turkish President Erdoğan ordered Aug. 21 that Chora Church, a much-visited site in the Fatih district of Istanbul, be turned into a mosque and opened for Muslim worship.
With so much of everyday life turned upside down, Christians have an opportunity to engage with those who are searching for answers to their questions about life and death.
The annual report from Open Doors, released Jan. 15, ranked North Korea first on its list of 50 most dangerous countries in which to be Christian, the 18th straight year that the country has received that designation.
Released May 29, results found in 12 of the 15 surveyed Western European countries, nonpracticing Christians (defined as those who self-identify as Christian but report attending church services less than once per month) made up the largest religious group, beating out both religious “nones” and churchgoing Christians.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A new report from the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, and related comments by its chairman, have sown fears that people of faith are being smeared as bigots.
Fr. Anthony Stephens of the Fathers of Mercy explains how we can continue to grow in holiness after the Lenten season.