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Christa Pongratz-Lippitt



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  1. Christa Pongratz-Lippitt: On 30 years writing for The Tablet
  2. Obituary: Cardinal Karl Lehmann
  3. Schönborn insists he was not criticising Islam
  4. Regensburg address was ‘prophetic’, says Müller
  5. Bishops call for new law to control immigration
  6. Cardinals ‘shattered’ by hostility to Pope coming from within the Catholic Church
  7. Marx throws weight behind Merkel on refugees
  8. Canon lawyer appeals to Francis for ‘clarity’
  9. Koch says unity must take centre stage on Reformation anniversary
  10. Abuse at choir school far worse than feared
  11. Reformation anniversary push for unity
  12. Cardinal Kasper: Time to end debate on Amoris Laetitia and put it into practice
  13. Sharp increase in annulment procedures
  14. Cardinal penitent before abuse victims
  15. Catholic Church must guard against polarisation over Amoris Laetitia, Cardinal Müller warns
  16. Special fund for victims of abuse affected by statute of limitations
  17. Cardinal Schönborn: Islam must reform itself
  18. Liberation theologian says married ex-priests may return to ministry in Brazil
  19. Persecution of Christians in refugee camps swept under carpet, says Lutheran pastor
  20. Cologne priests call for women’s ordination
  21. Refugees urged to learn German values
  22. Bundestag president says Muslims must examine Islam’s links with violence
  23. German bishops open the way to communion for the remarried
  24. Bundestag remembers Nazi euthanasia
  25. Francis holds private meeting with Protestant leaders
  26. Burke suspended 'de facto' as Knights patron, Grand Chancellor says
  27. Former provincial quits over cover-up
  28. Women deacons a possibility says cardinal
  29. EXCLUSIVE: Hans Kung slams Catholic/Protestant Reformation declaration for ignoring schism
  30. Many Muslims convert as adult baptisms increase
  31. CDF prefect favours decentralisation
  32. Diocese presents plan for mega-parishes
  33. Bishops explicitly reject same-sex marriage
  34. ‘Examine history of women’s diaconate’, urges Schönborn
  35. Cologne starts preparing for 2018 Youth Synod
  36. Berlin Protestant church day celebrating 500th anniversary of the Reformation attracts thousands
  37. Orthodox patriarch praises Luther on freedom
  38. Marx questions religions and violence
  39. Catholic groups help to return Christians to Nineveh Plain
  40. Cardinal calls for more women in leading positions in Church
  41. Pope miles ‘more popular than the Church’, poll finds
  42. German bishops 'deeply saddened' as parliament votes to legalise same-sex marriage
  43. Pope and Pope Emeritus pay tributes to Meisner
  44. Marx calls for apology to gays
  45. Schönborn shattered by Turkish president’s brutal threats
  46. Regensburg choir abuse report 'shatters' bishop
  47. Catholics urge US and North Korea to open dialogue
  48. Refugees must be welcomed, says German Bishops’ Conference
  49. German bishops call for dialogue and respect after election result shock
  50. Ecumenism has some way to go says Cardinal Koch
  51. Catechism ‘permits revised teaching on death penalty’ says Schönborn
  52. Both sides in Amoris Laetitia debate are right, says Cardinal Müller
  53. More than 20,000 sign petition supporting Pope
  54. Pan-Amazon bishop calls for new rules on priesthood
  55. Cardinal Woelki says differences with Protestants are still profound
  56. Müller insists Vatican must have last word on translations
  57. Austrian bishops speak out against same-sex marriage
  58. German Church leaders regret collapse of coalition negotiations
  59. Accepting refugees ‘helps to build peace’
  60. Cardinal Marx condemns ‘lack of vision’ in EU
  61. New church for 5000 Chaldean Catholics from Middle East
  62. German Church accused of failing to make finances transparent
  63. Cardinal Marx calls for taming of ‘unbridled capitalism’
  64. Schönborn defends EU as ‘unprecedented model for peace’
  65. Christian asylum seekers in Austria asked to prove their faith
  66. Pope Francis hears the 'cry of the poor' in Peru
  67. Marx says priests can bless gay couples
  68. Europe’s disregard for Christian persecution ‘almost sinister’
  69. Cologne rejects Marx move on abortion counselling centres
  70. Chaput calls on Marx to be clear about gay blessings
  71. Talks held on helping persecuted Christians
  72. Communion for couples in ‘mixed marriages’ possible in individual cases, German bishops rule
  73. Protests grow against Hamburg school closures
  74. Pope donates 100,000 euros (£90,000) towards first Orthodox monastery in Austria
  75. Müller warns against ‘protestantisation’
  76. Cardinal Lehmann dies aged 81
  77. Austrian bishops in solidarity move to Sarajevo
  78. Theologians regret Pope Emeritus’ view of Hünermann
  79. German bishops’ dispute over communion deepens
  80. Cologne’s inner city parishes to be clustered into a ‘mission area’
  81. Award for German ‘antisemitic’ rappers condemned
  82. German bishops agree ‘final handout’ on mixed-marriage couples
  83. Crosses to become obligatory in every public building in Bavaria
  84. Intercommunion row 'damaging' Church in Germany
  85. Knights of Malta enduring ‘painful’ reforms
  86. Koch pulls out of Mass with priest with anti-semitic past
  87. Cardinal Marx condemns Bavaria decision to hang crosses in all public buildings
  88. Nuncio berates Cardinal Marx over Bavarian crosses
  89. Cardinal Müller defends Bavarian decision on crosses
  90. Katholikentag seeks peace amidst heated German church controversy
  91. Bishops ask what Francis meant by ‘unanimous’
  92. Schonborn at odds with CDF statement on women priests
  93. Ladaria’s letter on Communion angers German bishops
  94. Schönborn: all religions must respect rule of law
  95. German bishops: Pope ‘muddies waters’ on intercommunion
  96. Sharp criticism of Benedict’s Communio article mounts
  97. Medjugorje pilgrimages affirmed as worthy
  98. Jewish leaders complain to Cardinal Koch on Benedict essay
  99. Koch defends Benedict’s Communio article
  100. Family a key issue for Church and society says Schönborn
  101. German church leaders condemn racism and ‘migrant-bashing’ in Chemnitz
  102. More than 4 per cent of German priests abused minors, report shows
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