Jonathan Luxmoore

Seventy years after massacres, archbishops call on people to ‘come together as brothers’

The EU has adopted new guidelines on promoting religious freedom

Archbishop Cartateguy raises concerns after spate of violent incidents

The Czech government is giving billions of pounds to the Church for losses under Communist rule

Bishop Traore, whose diocese is on the frontline of the conflict, says people are too scared to enter churches

Over the next decade the archdiocese will merge 660 parishes into 150, each one served by three to five priests

Archbishop says people who stop paying Church tax should not continue to receive sacraments

In 1941 a young priest was condemned to death by the Soviets. He was to become one of the Church’s great leaders

Archbishop Shevchuk, 40, is chosen to lead the largest of the Eastern churches in full communion with Rome