Tag Archives: Catholicism

Persecution Updates: Asia Bibi and a story about Mexico

A Pakistani Catholic woman accused of blasphemy was supposed to have her final appeal before the nation’s Supreme Court today. The hearing was postponed indefinitely. Here’s the story I wrote for World online this morning:

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How Churches are Faring in Crimea

Church leaders were worried about the Russian annexation of Crimea before it happened, so this week I wrote about what has happened since then.

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A story from Crimea

Crimea and its annexation of Russia is one of the big news stories right now, so I recently wrote about the Ukrainian Greek Catholics who say Russia is targeting them and trying to push them out of the region.

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