Jonathan Luxmoore

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  1. Faith, hope and Syriza
  2. Glimpses of Eden
  3. Justice at last for the Cold War martyrs
  4. Cold blasts from the East
  5. The Pope’s Russian gamble
  6. Democracy on a knife edge in Turkey
  7. Poland plays a waiting game: how senior clergy are biding their time for a more conservative pope
  8. Church in Poland mourns ‘dynamic’ Jewish community
  9. Church in Poland mourns ‘dynamic’ Jewish community
  10. Orthodox Churches denounce Muhammad cartoons
  11. Rabbi wants Pope to close church near Auschwitz II
  12. Ukraine's Catholic and Orthodox Churches unite to appeal for peace
  13. One in four Europeans is poverty stricken
  14. Catholic Church fears liquidation in Russian-occupied Crimea
  15. Cardinal: let papal visit improve Catholic rights in Bosnia
  16. Nordic Catholics request support after Oslo crisis
  17. President approves ‘neo-Marxist’ convention on domestic violence
  18. Vatican is too soft on Putin, says Ukrainian prelate
  19. Bosnian Church urges Francis to call for righting of post-war wrongs
  20. Archbishops accuse Tsipras of 'mishandling' crisis
  21. Bishop says only a miracle can save Ukraine
  22. Greek Caritas warns of worsening conditions after EU deal
  23. Czech cardinal clashes with Templeton winner over gay rights
  24. Starvation could force millions of refugees to flee Ukraine
  25. Taizé founder remembered with call to ecumenism
  26. John Kerry: Religion gives no one the right to coerce
  27. Orthodox denounce cartoons
  28. Church mourns ‘dynamic’ Jewish community
  29. Mariupol attacks deplored
  30. Church and State in Luxembourg to separate
  31. Francis’ Sarajevo visit will encourage interfaith dialogue
  32. US rabbi wants Birkenau congregation to leave
  33. PM defends religious minorities
  34. Welby denies apologising for Dresden bombing
  35. Churches unite to appeal for peace
  36. Growing poverty highlighted by charity
  37. Cologne archdiocese declares assets
  38. ‘Let papal visit improve Catholic rights’
  39. Archpriest defines Orthodox role in Europe
  40. Nordic Catholics seek support over Oslo scandal
  41. Vatican defends UN-mandated military action against IS
  42. East Europeans join forces for Family Synod
  43. Prelate says Vatican too soft on Putin
  44. Local Church pins hopes on papal visit
  45. Francis wants ‘culture of encounter, not of war’
  46. Pledge to fight poverty under new president
  47. Churches at odds over sanctity of cardinal
  48. College sacks professor of religion for criticising Islam
  49. Russian Orthodox Church severs ties after gay rulings
  50. Reformer Hus ‘is today an incentive to dialogue and reconciliation’
  51. Archbishop predicts escalation of conflict
  52. Continent is ‘hostile to religious freedom’
  53. Archbishops want unity government after latest EU deal
  54. Catholics reject same-sex amendments
  55. Diversion of EU funds deplored
  56. ‘Miracle priest’ is reburied 65 years after brutal interrogation
  57. Protests over Fribourg’s new Islamic Centre
  58. Church leaders deplore same-sex reforms
  59. Orthodox join Moscow’s anti-corruption battle
  60. Cardinal clashes with Halík over gay rights rally
  61. Refugees face mass starvation
  62. Poverty set to worsen – charity
  63. Church urged to lead fight against abortion
  64. Clergy trained in abuse prevention
  65. Amnesty’s prostitution call deplored
  66. Taizé’s founder remembered with call to ecumenism
  67. Puljic and Irinej in historic meeting
  68. Church appeals for solidarity with refugees
  69. Solidarity’s aims for work and family rights ‘are not fulfilled’
  70. Vatican will never accept a ‘Chinese Catholicism’
  71. Liberalisation ‘will be resisted’
  72. Call for law to protect religious freedom
  73. Bishop attacks EU for lack of solidarity
  74. Faith leaders back Syria raids
  75. Bishops pledge promotion of women
  76. Orthodox leaders clash over ‘holy war’
  77. US religious freedom report released
  78. Centre-right victory heralds a new era in Warsaw
  79. Praise for cardinal jailed under communism
  80. Bishop warns of anti-refugee ‘outbreaks of hatred’
  81. Outrage ‘linked to Western immorality’
  82. Call to maintain refugee outreach
  83. Russian Church cuts ties with Turkey
  84. Priest praises Putin’s ‘iron will’
  85. Disputes grow over Pan-Orthodox Council
  86. Patriarch presses for Istanbul Council
  87. Russian dialogue called off
  88. Anti-euthanasia vote welcomed
  89. Archbishop warns against ‘sick nationalism’
  90. Early talks between Kirill and Francis ruled out
  91. Nichols comes to defence of St John Paul II
  92. Mixed reactions to historic meeting
  93. Europe's bishops deplore continuing mistreatment of Roma gypsies
  94. Catholic misgivings over Lutheran emphasis in papal visit to Scandinavia
  95. Catholics warn of worsening outlook after deal with EU
  96. World Youth Day could change the world, says Polish cardinal
  97. Orthodox Council is urged to include women
  98. Dispute over extent of persecution
  99. New Moscow nuncio promises ‘more openness’
  100. Bartholomew insists Council will go ahead despite threats of boycott
  101. Churches dismayed at Brexit but send warning to Brussels
  102. Poles at odds with Pope over immigrants
  103. Senior Polish prelate serves notice on priests working abroad
  104. Bishops herald Luther as a ‘pathfinder’
  105. Moscow-funded Russian Orthodox cathedral nears completion in Paris
  106. Czech Catholic Church rails against same-sex couples adoption ruling
  107. Bishops condemn abortion protests after national strike by women in Poland
  108. Orthodox demand talks on Ukraine’s Greek Catholics
  109. Justice and peace campaigners demand EU reforms
  110. Patriarch Kirill criticised by MPs for links to Putin ahead of historic visit to UK
  111. J and P campaigners demand EU reforms
  112. Charity says Christians face violence from fellow refugees
  113. Churches divided in response to US vote
  114. MEPs accuse Russian Churches of spreading anti-EU propaganda
  115. Bishops pledge to continue Year of Mercy and renew ‘Christian memory’
  116. Caritas draws up ‘roadmap’ pushing for ‘social rights as human rights’
  117. Church in Lithuania highlights 'Russia threat' as NATO prepares to send 4,000 troops to Baltic states
  118. Conservative prelate to take over from Dziwisz in Krakow
  119. Russian aggression towards Latvia is being hyped up by the media, says Catholic spokesman
  120. Catholic numbers ‘under-counted’
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