Religion

'Burqa ban' law signals rightward political turn in Austria

Sep 30, 2017

A law prohibiting full face coverings _ known popularly as the "Burqa Ban" _ portends political upheaval in Austria

EU survey finds Muslims willing to embrace non-Muslims

Sep 21, 2017

A survey of Muslims in 15 European Union countries finds most are willing to embrace non-Muslims, but often feel rebuffed by the majority populations of the places they live

Pope overhauls key institute to reflect his vision of family

Sep 19, 2017

Pope Francis has overhauled the Vatican institute most closely associated with the conservative sexual morals promoted by St. John Paul II, saying it was necessary to adapt and expand its mission to address the reality of today's Catholics

Bulgarian court sentences 3 Syrians on terrorism charges

Sep 14, 2017

A Bulgarian court has sentenced three Syrian nationals to six years in prison on terrorism charges

Kosovo devotes cathedral to St. Teresa 20 years after death

Sep 5, 2017

The Roman Catholic cathedral in Kosovo's capital has been consecrated to the saint formerly known as Mother Teresa of Calcutta

Vatican No. 2: Anti-pope jihadist attack threat is worrying

Aug 26, 2017

Pope Francis' top aide says pro-ISIS, anti-pope videos are worrying but adds Vatican security is already high

Pope calls welcoming migrants a way to show brotherhood

Aug 14, 2017

Pope Francis is praising acceptance for migrants as a way to show brotherhood, even as Europe's welcome mat wears thin

Widening egg scandal hits 17 countries in Europe

Aug 11, 2017

A costly scandal over tainted eggs has the EU planning a summit for its ministers and food safety agencies next month

Police: Graffiti threatens Kosovo leaders over new mosque

Aug 2, 2017

Kosovo police say they are investigating threats made in graffiti against senior government and religious officials over plans to build a new mosque in the capital, Pristina

Austria: Court convicts man who questioned gassing of Jews

Jul 31, 2017

An Austrian court has found a man who claimed the mass killings of Jews in gas chambers under Adolf Hitler was a story made up by them guilty of violating the country's anti-Nazi laws and sentenced him to a suspended 12-month prison term

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