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Europe enters a new age of Christian martyrs

The Australian – 28th July 2016 When the history of the early 21st century is written, Father Jacques Hamel, whose throat was slit at the altar where he was offering the sacrifice of the mass in the parish church of the small French town of Saint Etienne-du-Rouvray on Tuesday, will feature prominently. Unlike English Reformation saints such as John Fisher ... Read More »

French church attacker was on terror charge and fitted with GPS tag

28 July 2016 – The Australian France was seeking yesterday to understand how a jihadist awaiting trial on terror charges could attack a church in broad daylight, killing a priest, in an atrocity claimed by Islamic State. Adel Kermiche, 19, was one of two attackers who stormed the church in the Normandy town of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray ­during morning mass on ­Tuesday, ... Read More »

The war that no one wants to talk about

By Michael Coren – Thursday, 15 January 2015 Unless we act quickly, Islamism will ensure that the Middle East and parts of Africa and Asia are Christian-free within a generation The first thing I did when I heard of the slaughter at the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris was to call my daughter and her boyfriend. They live close by and, while ... Read More »

TAYBEH’S PLEA FOR THE LAST CHRISTIANS OF THE HOLY LAND

Road to Emmaus (RTE) magazine, Fall, 2010 (Vol. XI, No. 4 #43) In 1995, after college and graduate studies, Greek-American Maria C. Khoury (B.A., Hellenic College, A.L.M, Harvard Univ., Ed.D. Boston Univ.), left Boston for her Palestinian husband’s native village of Taybeh on the West Bank, where she has been a constant spokeswoman for non-violence in the Holy Land and an advocate for ... Read More »

PAN-ORTHODOX LITURGY TO COMMEMORATE THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF WORLD WAR I

In line with the directives and consensus of the Episcopal Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of Oceania; Greek, Antiochian, Russian, Serbian and Romanian Orthodox clergy gathered together at Axion Estin monastery complex in Northcote, on 19th July 2014, to serve a Pan-Orthodox Divine Liturgy and Memorial service to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I. A ... Read More »

After the deposition of Morsi, reprisals against Christians

July 4, 2013 Minya – Among the episodes of violence in Egypt after the overthrow of President Morsi there is also the attack against the Coptic Catholic parish of St. George, in the village of Delgia, 60 kilometers from Minya. Since Wednesday evening, July 3 groups of fanatical Islamists first looted and then burned down the pastor’s house and church group ... Read More »

SOME THINGS JUST NEVER CHANGE

It is very interesting, if not revealing, that within the mainstream media we do not hear the truth or the full details of racism, hatred or prejudice that is within our midst and afflicting our societies. Nor do we hear as to how “multiculturalism” is used as a weapon and a defence by people who accuse others of hatred, racism ... Read More »