Judges recognized that the CAG is severely persecuted in China, and members are harassed by the CCP even abroad.
Do legislative assemblies protect religious liberty? They should, but they do not always succeed, particularly when a country emerges from a non-democratic past.
Judges confirmed that counseling members to shun ex-members is part of both corporate religious liberty and the individual right to choose who to associate with
The Vatican claims the new law would breach the Concordat between Italy and the Holy See. It is not about LGBT rights, it is about freedom of religion or belief
The nun has been beatified, 21 years after three wannabe Satanists killed her. A TV series celebrates the priest who died of a heart attack after a false accusation of Satanic ritual abuse.
But the text stops short of using the word “genocide” to describe what China is doing in Xinjiang.
The Observatory of Intolerance and Discrimination Against Christians in Europe details incidents in several countries, including UK, Italy, Germany and Poland.
Repressing movements labeled as “cults,” including through a misuse of taxes, and denying tax justice also happens in Italy. But more remedies exist there.
Hong Kong democratic leader Nathan Law, DAFOH, and Falun Gong practitioners made their voices heard in Rome—not to very much avail