Cases of Intolerance or Discrimination of Christians in Europe

Found 1903 case(s):

Women At Pro Life Manifestation Attacked

Male pro-abortion protesters physically attacked several pro-life women during a rally on March 10 in Warsaw, pushing and kicking them. The pro-lifers were part of the organization Fundacja Pro and were carrying a controversial banner of a woman who died during an abortion. Read more ...

Women At Pro Life Manifestation Attacked

Male pro-abortion protesters physically attacked several pro-life women during a rally on March 10 in Warsaw, pushing and kicking them. The pro-lifers were part of the organization Fundacja Pro and were carrying a controversial banner of a woman who died during an abortion. Read more ...

Church Broken Into in Garevac

Between the 22nd and the 23rd of May 2012, a church was broken into in Garevac, Bosnia-Herzegovina. The perpetrator(s) stole chalices which were used for Holy Communion. Read more ...

Attempts to Silence Bishop for Voicing His Opinion About Gender Ideology

The Spanish political party, the United Left, presented a motion to the regional Parliament to convict the Bishop of Córdoba, Demetrio Fernández, for having spoken out his opinion on gender ideology. According to the motion, the bishop’s weekly pastoral letter entitled “Gender ideology breaks the family” was an acute case of discrimination. The motion, signed by spokesman Francisco Tejada, called on the government of Andalusia to “launch the legal mechanisms in the context of their power to prevent cases of abuse and discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.” Read more ...

Priest Attacked After Confronting Thieves in Church

After celebrating the midnight Mass, parish priest, Father Massimo Malinconi returned to the rectory where he found four burglars. Read more ...