Tag: Germany

Catholics and Evangelicals speak up against euthanasia in Germany

A member of the German Ethics Council demanded that the process be clearly opposed and suspended.

The statue of the Nutmeg king in the Lutheran Church of Ulm is considered racist

The statue of the Nutmeg king is going to be removed from the nativity scene of the Lutheran Church of Ulm.

Vandals ravaged a Catholic church in Bavaria, Germany

On Monday the 8th of September, Saint-Emmaram's Catholic church was vandalised in the town of Spalt.

A Catholic priest has been beaten up during Mass in Berlin

The causes of this attack are being investigated by a special police surveillance unit.

The series of anti-Catholic acts continues in Western Europe

France remains the European country in which the rise of anti-Christian vandalism is the most significant.

German Cardinal considers Karl Marx as "a source of Catholic social teaching"

"Marx cannot be blamed for everything that was committed by his theories in the gulag of Stalin,” says the Vatican dignitary.

Support for abortion is decreasing in Europe

As surprising as it may seem, the most significant rise in a pro-life position in Europe occurred in Germany and France.

Half of Germans believe that political correctness limits freedom of speech

Political correctness is an issue in Germany. It may stem from the sexual aggression seen on New Year's Eve of 2016 in Cologne

Large cross from a German church has been desecrated

The church of Sacred Heart of Jesus is located on a small hill. A wide staircase leads to the main entrance.

One third of German Catholics consider leaving the Church

Germany has a population of just under 84 million from which nearly 23 million belong to the Catholic Church.