By restricting online advertising, tech giants could tip the balance in this month’s abortion referendum
Communion for Protestants has split the German Church – and now it’s the Vatican’s problem
Despite the entire political class pushing for abortion, the polls are surprisingly close
Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer brings her faith into the public square. Will it stop her speedy rise to the top of German politics?
Cardinal Meisner’s life reminds us there was once a very different kind of German Catholicism
The world’s largest male religious order is suffering an identity crisis and a decline in vocations. Can the first Jesuit pontiff lead it out of the doldrums?
Its Church is dogged by empty pews, scandals and a hierarchy beguiled by the latest social trends. Soon it could become little more than a heritage agency for ancient churches
Old-style socialists like Jeremy Corbyn may be atheists but they are less likely than the liberal Left to be ideologically opposed to religion