Archbishop Charles Chaput Says the Catholic Church Needs to Avoid Using the Term LGBTQ

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Scientology Thoughts on International Religious Freedom Day, A Uighur's Story of Chinese Prison Camps, More Buddhist Temples Demolished in China, Watch Fulton v City

How Bibles Are Smuggled Into North Korea

Religious News from Around the Web July 20, 2020

Uighurs under China Suppression, Governor Orders Churches Closed, Bibles Ballooned Into North Korea, Vatican Issues Sex Abuse Reporting Guide, The Talmud and the Cancel

Displaced Rohingya peope in Rakhine State By Foreign and Commonwealth Office - Flickr, OGL

Are Christians the Most Persecuted Religion? Pew Report on Religious Harassment By L. Arik Greenberg, Ph.D.

In the summer of 2018, the Pew Research Center released a report on the state of religious persecution, restriction and harassment in the world;

Great Wall of China Image by Andy Leung

The Great Religious Wall of China

As many as a million Muslim Uighurs are currently imprisoned in Chinese “re-education camps,” according to new data released by the International Consortium of

Religious News From Around the Web, Dec 30th 2019

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Wisconsin Students Shelter in Mosque During School Attack About 100 high school students sheltered in a mosque across the street from their Oshkosh West

Falun Gong Adherent meditating in Tieneman Square By

China Escalates Religious Suppression

While a religiously tolerant Europe slowly slips away from religious belief and observance, the government of China treats religion not as recognition of mankind’s

Here We Are Again: Confronting the Rise of Religious Persecution

On Sept. 23rd, President Trump convened a meeting on religious freedom at the UN, surrounded by survivors of religious persecution from around the globe,

China/Vatican Agreement May Signal Lessening of Religious Tension

The first Catholic Bishop to be consecrated in China since an agreement between China and the Holy See occurred recently in Inner Mongolia.[/tweetit] According

Evidence of China's Mission to Eliminate Islamic Religious Identity from the Country

Evidence of China’s Mission to Eliminate Islamic Religious Identity from the Country

Satellite imagery reveals large-scale destruction of Muslim sites The Guardian collaborated with the open-source journalism Bellingcat website to suggest that China may have engaged