Many Germans hoped a German pope would bring an end to the schism between catholics and protestants that began here, centuries ago. But those hopes were dashed.
Massive assets valued at 3.35 billion euros have been itemized publicly for the first time by Germany's largest Catholic archdiocese. Calls for transparency followed recent overspending near Frankfurt.
Protests have erupted in India after the leader of the country's most powerful Hindu organization accused Nobel laureate Mother Teresa of having ulterior motives behind her service to the poor and needy.
Christianity is alive and well - the Catholic Church isn’t. It still has a lot to learn, argues Life Links' Caroline. Baptized Catholic, the 22-year-old now calls an apostolic-charismatic church her home.
“I am Christian, but…” is what many young Christians tend to say. We’ve spoken to three of them about their faith, values and the difficulties they have with the Church.
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