Published on: 7:06 pm, November 26, 2014 Story By: mattersindia.com
Raipur: Chhattisgarh, a central Indian state, seems to be the new laboratory for Hindu radicals to tame Christians.
The Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP, world Hindu council) has objected to Santa Claus distributing chocolates to school children during Christmas. read more »
An assembly gathered by Russian Orthodox Christians has passed a resolution seeking legislative changes to ban all abortions, claiming that human life begins at the moment of conception.
The assembly united about 400 people and included federal and regional lawmakers, members of the Public Chamber, medical experts and members of various church-related groups from 40 regions across Russia. The session took place in Moscow’s Christ the Savior Cathedral – the most important Orthodox place of worship in the Russian capital. read more »
Putin warns the morally bankrupt West, of "slipping into chaotic darkness"
Patriarch Kirill: "We want to shout to the whole world 'STOP!'"
Barracuda Brigade openly and without hesitation tips our hat to Vladimir Putin.
Sir, everything you said as recorded in this report, you’re right!
To America and the free world we say the following: either we get back to the faith and values that allowed us to prosper, or we’re toast. read more »
The Chhattisgarh Christian Forum (CCF) has accused the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) of “pressuring and threatening” the Catholic Diocese of Bastar to accept the demands of putting Hindu Goddess Saraswati’s picture in Catholic schools of Bastar and allowing non-Christian students to call Catholic teachers “Pracharya” instead of “Father”.
The Catholic Diocese of Jagdalpur (Bastar) allegedly held a joint press conference with representatives of the VHP in Bastar on Sunday and issued a statement giving its “acceptance” to the VHP’s demands. read more »
Published on: 8:30 pm, November 24, 2014 Story By: Ashutosh Bhardwaj
Raipur: Catholic missionaries in a central Indian region have agreed to put up photographs of a Hindu goddess and “great personalities who have worked for national interest” in their educational institutions. read more »
Hindu leaders against Christian missionaries: "They corrupt Indian culture"
This was stated by Swami Pranavananda, a prominent member of the fundamentalist Hindu Mahasaba association. Hindus "respect women", but in the State of Karnataka fewer girls are born. Christian leader: "Statements that foment hatred between communities." read more »