Amid the confusion of voices and messages that surround us, a Christian journalist is called to be a new witness to the truth, Pope Francis said Friday.
In the context of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, a Belgian bishop has recalled the need for the Church to obey State health directives.
A Belgian Jesuit is calling for women deacons and cardinals, saying that “it is vital that the world not always be seen through male eyes”.
Doctrine, compassion, vengeance and money are combining to create the perfect storm for a row over euthanasia in Belgian hospitals.
The Belgian Brothers of Charity are staying defiant after the Vatican stripped 15 psychiatric hospitals of theirs of the ‘Catholic’ label over those clinics’ practice of euthanasia.
The Presidents of the Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the European Union (COMECE) and the Council of the Bishops’ Conferences of Europe (CCEE) are praying from deliverance from the coronavirus pandemic as Churches in Europe are increasing precautions – albeit with some exceptions.
Lent is starting today. This is a special time of the year when we are invited to pray, reflect and feel closer to one another.
The Belgian Church is buying up big on prime Brussels real estate while warning of the prospect of church closures.
The Oblates of Mary Immaculate in South Africa, OMISA are devastated by the death of Fr. Jozef (Jef) Hollanders, killed in a robbery in the parish of Bodibe, near Mahikeng, in the northwestern province of South Africa.
A Belgian cardinal has said that he “cannot exclude” that married men are called to the priesthood.
“Poverty is the biggest challenge for the future”, Belgian cardinal Jozef De Kesel has warned.
A Central African Republic (CAR) bishop has claimed the Belgian Salesians “betrayed” and “deceived” the local Church in a cover-up of a pedophile priest active in the country.
Religions in Belgium’s Flanders region receive almost 500 million euros yearly in taxpayer money, a community politician has denounced.
Women and lay ministers now make up the majority in the Church in Belgium, but both groups are still barred from real power, a Church study has found.
A new Belgian bishop is surprisingly giving thanks for beer for giving him a head start on his new responsibilities.
The Salesians of Belgium have pointed a finger at the country’s courts after a convicted pedophile priest was allowed to work with children in Africa.
Belgian laypeople are pushing the Pope to allow married priests, not only as a response to the plunge in vocations but also because it is a biblical and ecumenical practice.
Belgian cardinal Jozef De Kesel has lamented what he sees as the “great problem in Europe” today: that Europeans “have all too often been reduced to a soulless economic and financial project”.