UK Allows Safer Church Singing in Time for the Holy Week

The UK government updated its guidelines on March 26th relaxing restrictions on communal singing in church.

World Vision Sends Aid to 59M in Its Largest Global Response Ever

Christian humanitarian organization World Vision managed to reach 59 million people worldwide in its response to the Covid-19 crisis.

Christian Leaders in Canada Boost Confidence in Covid-19 Vaccines

As Canada's vaccination program is underway, Christian leaders encourage the faithful to get immunized with the Covid-19 vaccine.

Sweden Royals Hold Church Services for Covid-19 Victims

King Carl XVI Gustaf and his wife, Queen Silvia, of Sweden held a church ceremony on March 11th to honor the victims of the Coronavirus.

Sri Lanka Christians Mark ‘Black Sunday’ for Easter Bomb Victims

Christians in Sri Lanka heard Mass on Sunday, March 7, wearing black as they prayed for justice for the victims of the double suicide bomb attacks on Easter Sunday two years ago.

The Wall of Jesus Helps the Needy in Pakistan

Locals of a Christian neighborhood in Lahore, Pakistan visit the "Wall of Jesus" on a weekly basis to get food, clothes and other essential items for free.

Bible Reading Boosts Mental Health—Survey Says

Many younger Christians in the UK are now reading the Bible, saying it has helped improve their mental health.

Christians, Muslims and Jews to Worship in One Building in Germany

What was thought to be a dream would now turn into reality when three religions share one building to worship in Germany. The House of One will bring Christians, Muslims and Jews under one roof.

Christians Mark Lent with Ashes Sprinkled Over Head

Christians mark the start of Lent with the tradition of receiving blessed ashes smudged to the forehead on Ash Wednesday, but it has been replaced with the ashes being sprinkled on a devotee's head because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Honduras Moves to Ban Abortion Permanently

Lawmakers in Honduras are set to ban abortion permanently in the country and make it virtually impossible to legalize it in the future.