Brother Andrew, the missionary who became well-known for his work smuggling Bibles into Communist countries during the Cold War, has been extolled by the UK Foreign Secretary.
Letters received by 15 Catholic churches in the UK speak of alarming threats of stabbing and bombs.
Pakistani churches have been threatened with closures if they fail to make their own security arrangements by the end of March.
A Catholic charity is appealing to Kenyan communities to "not become divided" as a result of the latest terror attack in the capital that killed 14 people.
North Korea has - for the 19th year in a row - topped a list of countries where persecution against Christians is worst.
A Christian woman cleared of blasphemy in Pakistan last October is still living like a prisoner, two-and-a-half months after her acquittal, friends have claimed.
After a huge defeat for the government, Christian MPs have been telling Premier which way they voted and what they would like to see happen next.
Police in Zimbabwe armed with AK-47 rifles have arrested activist and pastor Evan Mawarire at his home in Harare as a crackdown grows over protests against dramatic fuel price hikes.
A former adult film actress-turned church worship leader hopes talking about how God called her out from the industry will help empower others.
Facebook is soon to distribute new guidelines for employees limiting what can be discussed about religion and politics in the workplace.
A US judge has postponed Trump rolling out the option to not give out birth control.
The Vicar of a Harrogate church that fell victim to thieves that stole lead from the roof has said he is praying for the culprits.
The Pope has said it's normal for couples to have rows along as they don't do it in front of their children.
Google is coming under pressure to remove an app for Christians with same sex attraction.
The Methodist Church has appointed a new Director of Evangelism and Growth as it seeks to stem a decline in congregations.
Conservative MP Crispin Blunt is calling for the practice of saying prayers at the beginning of parliamentary business in the House of Commons and House of Lords to be abolished.
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Turkey violated the right to freedom of association by not recognising a religious group.
An art exhibit in Israel featuring a crucified Ronald McDonald has sparked protests by the country's Arab Christian minority.
The mayor of Rome has ruled that the roughly £3,600 worth of coins tossed into the Trevi Fountian daily should be used by the city authorities instead of a Catholic charity.
A Christian MP has revealed to Premier that he will be voting against Theresa May's Brexit deal in Tuesday's crucial vote despite constituents backing a departure from EU.