Christians Want Investigation Into Murders Of Mexico Priests

By BosNewsLife Americas Service with additional reporting by BosNewsLife's Stefan J. Bos

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO (BosNewsLife)-- Mexico was under increasing pressure Monday, February 12, to investigate the murders of two Roman Catholic priests after a prosecutor suggested that the clergy's death could be linked to their association with organized crime.

BosNewsLife’s Latest Twitter Feed: ‘Trigger-Happy President’ In Philippines; Priests Murdered in Mexico

By BosNewsLife News Center in Budapest BUDAPEST, HUNGARY (BosNewsLife)-- Here is the latest look at BosNewsLife's most compelling Twitter Newsfeeds on Monday, 23:59 CET in Budapest, including news that missionaries in the Philippines have been enabled by the country's "trigger-happy president" to preach the Gospel, though bloodshed continues. News also emerged from Mexico where priests ... Read more...

NEWS ALERT: Mexico Protestant Christians Expelled From Homes


By BosNewsLife Americas ServiceHuichol_Woman_artisans

MEXICO CITY (BosNewsLife)-- Twenty Protestant families have been forcibly displaced from their homes in western Mexico because of their faith after the government refused to prevent the deportations, an advocacy official told BosNewsLife Friday, January 29.

Mexico Authorities Cut Water Supplies To Evangelicals


By BosNewsLife Americas Service

250px-Puebla_en_MexicoMEXICO CITY, MEXICO (BosNewsLife)-- Local authorities in southern Mexico have threatened to cut water supplies to additional evangelical Christian families because they refuse to actively participate in traditional religious Catholic ceremonies, investigators said Tuesday, April 29.

Mexico State Urged To Compensate Evangelical Christians For Suffering


By BosNewsLife Americas Service

evangelicals-300x203MEXICO CITY, MEXICO (BosNewsLife)-- Christian activists on Monday, March 10, welcomed a report by the top human rights authority of Mexico's southwestern Oaxaca state which recommends to compensate evangelical Christians for "torture" and damage done to their forcibly closed church building. In a report, the Oaxaca State Ombudsman’s Office confirmed what it views as serious religious freedom violations in the municipality of San Juan Ozolotepec.