Bishop Reinhard Marx wants to keep right-wing voters outside Catholic church offices in Germany. “A clear line must be drawn.”
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Last Wednesday, European churches and other buildings drew attention to their persecuted fellow-Christians. By lighting up red, they want to highlight the “many violations that minorities suffer in particular.”
German Catholic bishops are convinced that unborn life should be safeguarded through criminal law. Evangelicals do not entirely agree.
The Pope fears separation between the German Catholic Church and the world church. He sees bishops who continue on this path as disobedient.
Hundreds of thousands of Spanish men and women have been abused as children, a new report claims. The Roman Catholic Church may fear for its existence, Jorge Ruiz Ortiz writes.
The Vatican has no objections to baptising children from rainbow families or people who changed their sex.
The 8-month-old Indi has an uncurable illness. British doctors gave up hope, but Meloni wanted to save the child. Now, the English court refuses to let the baby go.
French nuns of the Missionary Family of Our Lady fought against climate activists. The latter attempted to protest against building plans for a large church complex in a natural park.
In France, the debate on self-determined death is ongoing. Now, a book has bundled the reflections of thirteen religious representatives on the issue.
The regions of Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia are considering a proposal on medically assisted suicide.