Europe is embroiled in intense debates on the reform of Christian democracy as well as the role of Christianity in society, and Germany is counting on Hungary in these debates, prime ministerial commissioner Zoltan Balog said on Friday. Continue reading “Balog: Hungarian state’s duty to protect Christianity”
Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjen on Monday attended the inauguration ceremony of Jozsef Csaba Pal, the new Roman Catholic bishop of Timisoara (Temesvar), in Romania. Continue reading “Semjen attends inauguration of Timisoara bishop”
The majority of people in the central, eastern and southern European countries are against migration and think preserving Christian culture important, a new survey Nezopont Institute released on Thursday shows. Continue reading “Majority in CEE opposes migration”
Parliament on Wednesday passed the “Stop Soros” package of laws that penalise activities in support of illegal migration. Lawmakers also passed the constitutional amendment on “the preservation of Hungary’s Christian culture”. Continue reading “Parliament passes Stop Soros, amends constitution”
The government contributed to the reconstruction of 5500 churches and community buildings in the Carpathian Basin, Miklos Soltesz, Minister of State for Church, Nationality and Civil Society Relations told Kossuth Radio on Tuesday.
Hungary will maintain its close cooperation with Greece in terms of ethnic or religious minority rights, the Hungarian foreign minister told MTI by phone on Monday, following talks with his Greek counterpart in Athens. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Hungary and Greece to protect minorities”
Hungary has a “natural obligation” to shelter and assist Christians facing persecution, deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjen told a conference held on the subject in Budapest, on Friday. Continue reading “Deputy PM: Protecting Christians natural obligation”