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  1. Limburg bishop ‘authorised’ to stay away from his diocese
  2. Mercy, marriage and money
  3. Limburg inquiry under way
  4. Hans Küng considering suicide
  5. Ordination of women ruled out
  6. Bishop of Limburg hopes to return to his diocese
  7. Confusion as hierarchy divisions deepen
  8. Müller vs Marx: clash of the titans
  9. Persecution in Saudi Arabia highlighted at interfaith conference
  10. Sharia law ‘must not be state law’
  11. Müller faces increasing resistance
  12. Coalition partners enshrine Churches’ ‘indispensable’ role
  13. Coalition partners enshrine Churches’ ‘indispensable’ role
  14. Confusion over ‘unusable’ Mass translation
  15. Müller denies he intended to block debate
  16. Müller denies he intended to block debate
  17. Publisher files for bankruptcy
  18. C8 cardinal castigates CDF prefect
  19. Schönborn thinks remarried divorcees can be accommodated
  20. Revise teaching on family, German bishops tell Rome
  21. Abuse commission will focus on pastoral help
  22. Belgian euthanasia law ‘monstrous’
  23. Pope turning his back on ‘straitjacket of moralism’
  24. Pell ‘right man’ to sort out Vatican finances
  25. New approach to divorce and remarriage
  26. Koch upbeat on ecumenism
  27. Limburg events illustrate need for transparency, says Cardinal Marx
  28. Ordination of married men back on the agenda
  29. Pope asks rainforest bishop to help on encyclical
  30. First Catholic ordination at Protestant shrine
  31. Pioneering course for school leaders
  32. New archbishop backs Kasper on remarried divorcees
  33. Bosnian Catholics ‘squeezed out’
  34. Müller sees liberation theology influence on Pope
  35. Leaders play down hopes of Orthodox ‘thaw’ with Rome
  36. Cardinal Bertone ‘under investigation’
  37. Eucharist ‘must not be linked to celibacy rule’
  38. Head of We Are Church excommunicated
  39. Cardinal plays down reform expectations
  40. To understand Pope ‘we must think like Latin Americans’
  41. Marx praises global range of family document
  42. Churches clash over Reformation festival
  43. Warm welcome for new archbishop
  44. Shift in opinion on assisted suicide
  45. Foreign bankers do more harm than poor immigrants, says hierarchy
  46. Schönborn recalls victims of divorce
  47. Pope’s apology divides Pentecostals
  48. Marx urges Muslim leaders to condemn Islamic terror
  49. New tax exodus from the main Christian Churches
  50. Faith groups march together in Jordan
  51. Schönborn warns on reform priorities
  52. German and Polish bishops mark outbreak of war
  53. Swiss insist Muslim organisations condemn persecution
  54. Catholic numbers grow in Scandinavia
  55. Examine Reformation’s failures, says Koch
  56. Cardinals at loggerheads over Kasper proposals for remarried divorcees
  57. Synod ‘charting right course’, say cardinals
  58. Alarm at egg-freezing offer
  59. CDF sets up conference this month on traditional marriage
  60. Demise of religious buildings
  61. Church blessing for lesbian partners
  62. St John Paul II remembered at fall of Berlin Wall ceremonies
  63. Demands to make assisted suicide illegal
  64. Eastern voices raised in defence of Christians
  65. Controversy over revision to Benedict’s Collected Works
  66. Schönborn disturbed by ‘fearful’ bishops
  67. Benedict sets record straight on divorced and remarried
  68. Thousands march against militant Islam
  69. Study seeks way to Communion for remarried divorcees
  70. ‘Give laity voice in nominating bishops’
  71. Centre threatened with closure after Saudi floggings
  72. Merkel’s challenge on Islamist violence
  73. Report savages Abdullah Centre
  74. Leaders split on march for Christian West
  75. New Protestant chairman affirms principle of unity
  76. Hopes for harmony in Dresden
  77. Minute’s silence on Good Friday TV upheld
  78. Curia job for the ‘bishop of bling’
  79. Don’t cave in to terror, says bishop
  80. Adjust expectations of Francis ‘revolution’, says Kasper
  81. New law on Islam ‘could be a model for Germany’
  82. Nuncio laments post–Communist decline of Christianity
  83. Examine the sources of Islamist violence, says Jaschke
  84. ‘Long Good Friday’ that shattered trust
  85. Burke draws red lines over reforms
  86. Woelki mocks Sepp Blatter’s ‘own goal’
  87. Swiss theologian Hans Küng considering assisted suicide
  88. German Catholic publishers saved
  89. Divisions deepen over Communion for remarried divorcees
  90. Limburg bishop admits to perjury
  91. Saudi persecution highlighted at interfaith conference
  92. German bishops resist CDF prefect
  93. Call to resist sharia in Nigeria
  94. Hans Küng welcomes papal vision
  95. Gänswein speaks of ‘pain’ of no longer being Pope’s right-hand man
  96. CDF prefect praises liturgy reform and Vatican II
  97. Schönborn defends Benedict as hero of 'Williamson row'
  98. Meisner ‘clarifies’ Francis’s views on divorced and remarried
  99. Francis to ‘reform the faithful, not the faith’ – Gänswein
  100. Cologne Cathedral may sue over half-naked feminist’s protest
  101. Publishing giant owned by German Church files for bankruptcy
  102. Cardinal defends Pope’s criticism of capitalism
  103. C8’s Cardinal Maradiaga castigates CDF prefect
  104. Church must adjust to reality of divorce and remarriage – cardinal
  105. German bishops seek ways to salvage their publishing house
  106. 'Luxury' Bishop of Limburg regularly visits his diocese
  107. Pope tells Austrian bishops to stay close to priests after reform calls
  108. Francis turning his back on ‘straitjacket of moralism’
  109. National churches should stand up to almighty Vatican, says cardinal
  110. Head of papal household says he did not favour election of Francis
  111. German bishops to lobby for new approach to divorce and remarriage
  112. Ex-Limburg 'bishop of bling' issues apology
  113. Pope says married men could be ordained – if world's bishops agree
  114. Rainforest bishop to contribute to forthcoming 'green encyclical'
  115. Norway's first Catholic ordination at Protestant national shrine
  116. Taizé prior: 'Francis should become shepherd of all Christians'
  117. Pope names three cardinals to end Peru university stand-off
  118. CDF head: 'Pope Francis has close ties with liberation theology'
  119. Swiss bishop allows lay appeal for women’s ordination
  120. Leaders play down hopes of Orthodox 'thaw'
  121. Former Secretary of State Bertone ‘under investigation’
  122. Cardinal praises Eurovision-winning transvestite
  123. Brazil bishops give red card to authorities' World Cup spending
  124. Cardinal Kasper ‘hurt’ by German Protestant Church
  125. Charlemagne era celebrated with triad of exhibitions
  126. Austrian bishop warns Eucharist getting 'perilously scarce'
  127. To understand Pope Francis 'think like Latin Americans'
  128. Plans for joint commemorations of Reformation begin to unravel
  129. New tax exodus from Churches in Germany
  130. Marx appeals to Muslim leaders to condemn Islamic terror
  131. Jordan’s Christians and Muslims march together
  132. German bishops criticise Apple and Facebook
  133. Marx welcomes open model of reporting on synod
  134. Swiss parish priest blesses lesbian couple in a 'marriage-like ceremony'
  135. Europe's religious heritage pulled down on 'avalanche-like' scale
  136. CDF to unite faiths for summit on traditional marriage
  137. Schönborn worried about Putin-style leadership at synod
  138. Bishops seek way for remarried divorcees to receive Communion
  139. German bishops appeal for calm over demos
  140. Vienna's Saudi-backed interfaith centre 'could close' after floggings
  141. Church divisions over Pegida marchers
  142. Reformation commemorations back on track after Protestant assurance
  143. Priest who blessed lesbian couple told to resign
  144. Curia job for Limburg's ‘bishop of bling’
  145. Democracies must not be cowed by terrorists, warns German bishop
  146. Merkel and Pope to discuss threats to Europe
  147. Adjust expectations Francis ‘revolution’, warns Kasper
  148. Austria's new law on Islam could be ‘a model for Germany’
  149. Cardinal mocks FIFA president Sepp Blatter’s claim that FIFA is more influential than religion