Jonathan Luxmoore

Requirement for Church employees to have a ‘religious affiliation’ could violate anti-discrimination laws

The Capuchin Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus hope to raise money for their orphanage

They called on him to ‘justify voters’ confidence’ after his landslide victory

Each new parish in Trier Diocese will be led by a priest and two full-time lay people

An eminent priest has denounced the nation’s bishops. Does a sharp dip in Mass attendance back up his claims?

A 38-year-old autism sufferer was killed without required documentation after ending a love affair

The Polish Church has dismissed the threat

Archbishop Zelimir Puljic accused the tribunal of acting from ‘political motives’

The Church has survived brutality. But it might not survive the compromising of its values

Militants told Christians they would be killed if they were seen in church