The Church of Sweden decided in November, 2017 to drop the terms "He" and "Lord" to refer to God when conducting services.
Local authorities shut down a church in Algeria on November 9, 2017 after accusing the church of printing religious publications illegally, reports World Watch Monitor.
Several groups condemned Greggs, a bakery chain giant in the UK, for releasing an advent calendar showing a half-eaten sausage roll in the Nativity scene. In the $31 calendar, Greggs...
In another move to persecute Christians in China, the government has ordered residents of a poverty-stricken village in southeast China to remove posters of Jesus from their walls and put up portraits of President Xi Jinping instead.
The Diocese of London has launched on November 1, 2017 a website to cater to musicians looking for church facilities for hire in the city.
A Christian congregation in Indonesia is demanding the local government to honor its right to worship in its church.
Nestlé is next to follow a trend in European food companies that removed Christian symbols from its product packaging.