Persecution

150 Years Since the Paris Commune: “A Nation Divided by a Furrow of Blood”

Religious Persecution, the Forgotten Aspect of an Episode That Became an Icon of the Left On Saturday, 29 May 2021, Catholic parishes in the 20th district of Paris organised a pilgrimage to honour the memory of Archbishop Georges Darboy, several priests, and other religious killed by members of the Paris Commune in 1871. The historic …

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Hounded for Fidelity to Christian Marriage

Beloftebos is a beautiful events and wedding venue nestling amongst gracious oak trees and billed as a unique setting for memorable occasions. Loosely translated, the word means “Forest of Promises,” – conjuring up an image perfectly fitting for unforgettable marriage ceremonies. Located near Hermanus in the Western Cape, this tranquil and luscious location has been …

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