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One of the first Catholic churches to be built in Scotland after the Reformation has reopened after a long refurbishment.
The elderly bishop of Wenzhou joined around 20 clergy last week in a protest outside government offices in Wenzhou city to challenge the removal of crosses from churches in Zhejiang province.
A young Catholic nun was prevented from taking a national medical exam after she refused to remove her cross and veil.
A far-right mayor in southern France has successfully defended a Christmas crib in his city hall against a legal complaint by secularists, by arguing that it represented a French tradition rather than a religious display.
Pope Francis appealed on Sunday for the release of two archbishops and a Jesuit priest kidnapped by Islamists in Syria two years ago.
Archbishop Mark Coleridge of Brisbane says the ideology underpinning the push for same-sex marriage contains a number of falsehoods, including that same-sex marriage is about equality and civil rights, that heterosexuality and homosexuality are equivalent, and that marriage is only about two individuals.
The German Protestant Church (EKD) has apologised for the widespread destruction of religious images during the Reformation.
Pope Francis' favourability rating among American Catholics has dropped almost one-fifth in a little over a year, according to a Gallup poll published two months ahead of his visit to New York, Philadelphia and Washington DC.
More than 200 people attended a Catholic Mass in Detroit in reparation for the unveiling of a Satanic statue in the city.
The dean-elect of Salzburg University’s Catholic theological faculty has called for married priests and women deacons in the Church.