Discover a summary of 5 news published on the InfoChrétienne website this Tuesday, September 27, to have an overview of what is happening in the world, especially in the Christian sphere in a few minutes.
It's back to school for our immersive reporting format! In this new episode, we invite you to follow us behind the scenes of the filming of the clip for “Alleluia to our God”. With Pauline Bétuel, Dena Mwana, Sébastien Corn, Dan Luiten, Samuel Olivier and Thomas Pouzin.
Rising energy and food prices have sent UK household bills soaring. As winter approaches, and when many people will have to choose between heating or eating in the coming months, churches across the country are invited to open their doors to become places of warm welcome.
Bristol's St Mary Redcliffe Church has until now been decorated with stained glass dedicated to XNUMXth century slave trader Edward Colston. They will now be replaced by stained glass windows that draw attention to the refugee crisis.
According to the NGO Iran Human Rights, at least 76 demonstrators were killed by the security forces in Iran. Protests sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini have resulted in severe government repression.
Eighteen months after a lively controversy over a subsidy to a Turkish mosque, the city of Strasbourg adopted new rules on Monday on the financing of places of worship, capping the participation of the municipality and strengthening the consultation of the State.