Jon Anderson

The World Meeting of Families has become a microcosm of the broader Catholic culture wars

After the Vatican’s confusing response, the bishops are pressing on. Cardinal Müller has suggested the reason why

The prime minister is demanding that Catholic hospitals perform abortions. Will they comply?

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 Irish Church has lost its fervour, yet retains its fierce independence. But without outside intervention, it will continue to flounder