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‘Clarifying discussion’ at the Vatican: German bishops expected to discuss parish instruction

The German Bishops’ Conference has said it will accept the Vatican’s invitation to discuss the new instruction on parishes at a meeting in Rome, suggesting that it will be accompanied by laymen representing the “Synodal Process” under way in Germany. At the conclusion of their meeting in the Bavarian town of Würzburg Aug. 24, the … Continue reading ‘Clarifying discussion’ at the Vatican: German bishops expected to discuss parish instruction

Funeral of Georg Ratzinger – Interview with EWTN NEWS Nightly

Funeral services were held Wednesday in Germany for Msgr. Georg Ratzinger, the older brother of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, who died on July 1 at the age of 96. Pope Benedict visited his brother in Germany last month. He followed the Mass via the internet. Anian Christoph Wimmer, editor-in-chief of Catholic News Agency Deutsch, tells … Continue reading Funeral of Georg Ratzinger – Interview with EWTN NEWS Nightly

Video Interview: Presseschau mit Kirche in Not

Coronavirus restrictions, conspiracy theories, and other “fun” stuff – though it was a pleasure to be on the latest “press review” with the German branch of Aid to the Church Need, we covered some serious ground. And yes, that was my “lockdown beard”:

Video: Interview with EWTN News Nightly on why record numbers are leaving the Catholic Church in Munich

A record number of people left the Church in the German Archdiocese of Munich and Freising last year, a local statistical office said Tuesday (May 25, 2020). The Munich statistical office told CNA Deutsch, CNA’s German-language news partner, May 26 that 10,744 Catholics formally withdrew from the Church in 2019. It noted that this was a … Continue reading Video: Interview with EWTN News Nightly on why record numbers are leaving the Catholic Church in Munich

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