Cardinal Marx criticised Bavaria’s move to put crosses in public buildings – but many others disagreed

The nuncio condemned the response of German bishops to Bavaria’s plans to hang crosses in public buildings

Another Bavarian bishop has praised the move, however

The German state’s government said it would reflect its ‘cultural identity and Christian-Western influence’

50 Balkan migrants started camping out at Regensburg Cathedral early last month, demanding the right to stay in Germany

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Beuerberg Abbey, founded in 1121, will offer refuge to those fleeing war

Paying tribute to a man who was brave, eccentric and generous

Benedict XVI received a group from the small town of Traunstein, in the very area of Bavaria where he celebrated his first Mass