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28. September 2019 in English, keine Lesermeinung
In these times of crisis and a painful cleansing of the church it is not first and foremost structural reforms that will bring healing and relief, but an authentically lived life of faith.
4. September 2019 in English, keine Lesermeinung
I, together with many colleagues, follow with shock, deep dismay, and sadness the decisions that have been implemented in an cloak-and-dagger operation - Public Statement Concerning the Pope John Paul II Institute By Norbert Martin
21. August 2019 in English, keine Lesermeinung
Open letter to Msgr. Pierangelo Sequeri, President of the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for marriage and family. By Berthold Wald
11. Jänner 2019 in English, keine Lesermeinung
"This modest, friendly, but also well versed and well-read theologian and canon law expert is a deeply personal human being." - Cardinal Tauran died aged 75 on 5 July 2018 - A guest commentary by Prof. Thomas Schirrmacher
16. Oktober 2018 in English, keine Lesermeinung
Marie-Claire Bissonnette in kath.net interview: "Millions have seen the video and are hopefully realizing that the pro-life position is at least deserving of respect; that there is a 'too far' for the Left." By Petra Lorleberg
20. Mai 2018 in English, keine Lesermeinung
It is scandalous, that presently in Germany asylum is denied to nearly all converts from Islam to the Christian faith. A guest commentary by Prof. Thomas Schirrmacher
21. April 2018 in English, keine Lesermeinung
Stephanus Prize 2018: It is a special honour to wear this colour, not because it represents power but because it displays service. Laudatio in Honour of Cardinal Joseph Zen Ze-kiun by Prof. Thomas Schirrmacher
4. Mai 2016 in English, 5 Lesermeinungen
"I would consider the Homeless Jesus my masterpiece", says the Christian sculptor Timothy Schmalz. kath.net-interview by Petra Lorleberg
Watching the video, one can easily come to the conclusion, the pope says, that all religions are equally rightful ways of finding God and all religion have one common statement, saying: I believe in love. A guest commentary by Johannes Hartl
South African cardinal: At the Bishop´s Synod the western media "were obviously driving an agenda". By Roland Noé/kath.net
Johannes Hartl, Director of the Augsburg House of Prayer [Gebetshaus Augsburg] is convinced that what we need now is a true proclamation of the faith with public courage and a solid loyalty to the Gospel. Interview with kath.net by Petra Lorleberg
Monsignor Georg Ratzinger celebrated his 90th birthday Jan. 15 with his younger brother, Benedict XVI, at the pope emeritus Mater Ecclesiae residence in the Vatican. By Edward Pentin
The prayer-initiative Adopt a cardinal is stirring a spark and invites to pray for the conclave and for the personally adopted cardinal. KATH.NET-interview with Julia Kleinheinz. By Petra Lorleberg
Some Thoughts on the Controversy between Them and the Initiative Funding Abortion Is a Private Matter. By Josef Seifert
Leah Darrow knows the dark side of the glamorous world of modeling and reality-TV. In an Interview with KATH.NET she talks about her conversion and why she criticizes our current culture. By Johannes Graf.
This initiative originated among German Catholics in Rome, and is not something sponsored by Pope Benedict himself.
Every human life, created in the divine image, is unique and should be fought for, says Rachel Hendrix, leading actress of October Baby in an interview with KATH.NET. By Johannes Graf
Young music and enthusiasm for the Pope are no contradiction: British-Philippine Band Ooberfuse performed in World Youth Day Madrid 2011 at an audience of millions. KATH.NET interviewed musicians of the band. By Petra Lorleberg
Culture of Life or Death? - The biggest destroyer of peace:The cry of the unborn (Bl. Mother Teresa). By Fr. Bernhard Speringer, ORC
Many young pregnant women decided to keep their babies after reading this fictional diary.
Timothy Dolan is named cardinal. He wrote: this is a summons to the unworthy archbishop to serve Jesus, His Church universal, His vicar on earth, and His people better
When nothing worked, his parents took their son to Medjugorje. Back home, tests showed 19 tumors and all bone metastases to be gone as the beginning of Joshuas now complete recovery. By Jakob Marschner / Medjugorje Today
Advent Reflection: All the events surrounding His birth reveal to us how closely life and death, Christmas and Easter, Bethlehem and Golgotha, Manger and Cross are bound together. Indeed, Calvary begins in Bethlehem. By Fr. Bernhard Speringer ORC
The presidential address of the November General Assembly of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops