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Islam is part of a modern, changing Germany and necessary to develop a vibrant society, President Christian Wulff has said at a church gathering.
Germany’s biggest Protestant gathering, the Kirchentag, has ended with a call for the country’s nuclear power plants to be phased out by 2017.
A German church-backed human rights organisation wants action to save one of the world largest swamplands, threatened by oil extraction activities.
Germany's Roman Catholic bishops have announced stricter procedures for selecting new priests, after admitting serious sexual abuse failings.
The former leader of Germany's Protestant's, the Rev Margot Kässmann, has criticised her country's government in an interview for cut-backs affecting the poorest in society.
An huge church convention which had attracted more than 130,000 participants from across Germany and beyond has given a crucial impetus to the unity movement in the country.
How Christians in rich societies respond to the poor in their midst was one significant concern addressed by participants at the German Kirchentag in Munich from 12-16 May.
Germany's top Protestant cleric, Bishop Wolfgang Huber, has criticised Germany's role as a major global arms exporter, the largest weapons seller in Europe as a whole.
German Catholics and Mennonites gathered in September for a conference on the “Healing of memories”. Representative of the two Christian traditions are meeting again in Rome right now, and the agenda is once again peace and reconciliation.
European head of state makes a surprise visit to peace churches in Latin America
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