After the landslide vote, Catholics are going to have to get used to life on the margins
By restricting online advertising, tech giants could tip the balance in this month’s abortion referendum
Communion for Protestants has split the German Church – and now it’s the Vatican’s problem
Despite the entire political class pushing for abortion, the polls are surprisingly close
Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer brings her faith into the public square. Will it stop her speedy rise to the top of German politics?
Cardinal Meisner’s life reminds us there was once a very different kind of German Catholicism
The world’s largest male religious order is suffering an identity crisis and a decline in vocations. Can the first Jesuit pontiff lead it out of the doldrums?
Its Church is dogged by empty pews, scandals and a hierarchy beguiled by the latest social trends. Soon it could become little more than a heritage agency for ancient churches