Cardinal Walter Kasper

Localism, at the expense of universalism, is a deadly poison for Catholics

Priests says that doctrine and practice must ‘remain firmly and inseparably in harmony’

The cardinal says he hopes the synod would find a ‘common answer, with a large majority’

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Theologians forensically take apart Cardinal Walter Kasper’s case for Communion for the remarried

Billions of euros pour into the German hierarchy’s coffers every year thanks to the church tax. Hardly anyone goes to Mass, but it means the bishops can bully Rome

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

After an ugly and jarring fortnight, the synod fathers are now back on course

Cardinal Pell also criticises synod’s midterm report as “tendentious” and “skewed”