Why the Canadian Left is burning down churches

Jul 21, 2021 by

by Meghan Murphy, UnHerd: While progressives tweeted, churches serving indigenous communities burned. It’s strange that Canada, one of the most privileged countries in the world, is home to people who repeatedly insist that it is the worst. This month, in a classic move, activists commemorated Canada Day by trying to cancel it. The trigger was the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves on sites that had been church-run schools for indigenous children. There was no mention of the fact that...

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Canada: Anti-Christian Hysteria Has Grown Into Church-Burning Terror, And People Might Be Next

Jul 14, 2021 by

By Christopher Bedford, The Federalist: Anti-Christian terrorists have turned their rage on poor First Nation and Canadian communities, accused us all of blood debt, and decided they will burn our sacred buildings to the ground. St. Ann’s Catholic Church was a small church built to serve a small town, but that humble building was a mighty testament to the people who built and nourished it. The people of Chuchuwayha Indian Reserve Number Two traveled more than 40 miles, each way, by horse and...

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From fleeing persecution to promoting real marriage

Jul 10, 2021 by

by Tony Rucinski, Coalition for Marriage: It was a huge privilege to catch up with Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali to talk about how he has promoted real marriage throughout his career, even at great personal risk. Do watch our fascinating conversation. Years after fleeing his native Pakistan when defending family values brought threats against his family, Bishop Michael found himself in contention for the top job in the Church of England. Commenting on society’s current confusion, he observes “if...

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Viktor Orbán, Defender of Christianity

Jun 7, 2021 by

by Benedict Kiely, The Imaginative Conservative: Prime Minister Viktor Orbán of Hungary links the persecution of Christians in other parts of the globe to the increasing hostility towards mainstream Christianity in Europe. Just a day after the second World Conference on Persecuted Christians ended this November in Budapest, Hungary, a “reformed” jihadi terrorist stabbed two innocent people to death in London, before being shot by police. The inability of the liberal secularists, who are at the...

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One of the worst countries in world for persecution

Jun 3, 2021 by

from Barnabas Fund: [Editor’s note: this report has particular resonance for myself and my wife as we have recently become involved in the support of Eritrean refugees attending our church.] Eritrea remains one of the worst countries in the world for Christian persecution, where conditions are so harsh for believers that it is described by some as Africa’s North Korea. Only three denominations are legally permitted – Eritrean Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Lutheran – as well as Sunni...

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Death toll escalates among Nigerian Christians

May 27, 2021 by

by Sebastian Millbank, The Tablet: Catholics at Mass at St Gabriel’s, Abuja. Nigeria is becoming one of the most deadly countries in which to be a Christian. Afolabi Sotunde/Reuters There has been a serious escalation in violence against Christians in Nigeria with thousands kidnapped and hundreds killed in just the last few months. Multiple reports have recently come out detailing a still-worsening situation amongst Nigeria’s Christian population, especially in Muslim-dominated north of...

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