France has the highest number of hate crimes against Christians — who remain the country’s most targeted religious community — followed by Germany, Italy and Poland, a recent annual report finds.
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Two texts will be examined in Parliament on Nov. 24 and 28.
The French National Consultative Ethics Committee has just opened the way to ‘active assistance in dying,’ and President Emmanuel Macron has already indicated his preference for the permissive Belgian legal model.
The European Court of Human Rights sentenced France to pay the feminist a total of 9,800 euros (about $9,584) — 2,000 euros for moral damages and 7,800 euros for costs and expenses — triggering indignant reactions among Catholic commentators.
The ‘Hameau Graines d’Espérance’ project seeks to recreate intergenerational bond through assistance to vulnerable people, under the patronage of Our Lady of Lourdes, to ‘form a community of friends and neighbors who look together to Christ.’
This medieval masterpiece of religious art and the witness of countless coronations of kings of France became the symbol of the Cathedral of Reims and one of the most widespread representations of angel in the world.
The latest commemorations come months after a French court convicted four people for crimes relating to the attack.
Every year on the feast of the Virgin Mary’s mother, thousands of faithful flock toward the shrine of Saint-Anne d’Auray, the third major shrine in France, after Lourdes and Lisieux.
Father Michel Viot discusses his critical book about the Sauvé Report, which shook France and the whole Catholic Church in the fall of 2021, and denounces the partiality of its authors.
Two weeks before the US Supreme Court’s landmark decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the European Parliament already discussed ways to politically address the ‘threats’ the impending decision posed to abortion worldwide.