- Jan 22, 2020
Religious tensions in Northern Ireland are diminishing, but in a pub in one of the most Catholic neighborhoods in Belfast memories of past violence remain vivid.
Most people in Scotland consider themselves to be non-religious and increasing numbers of people raised as Christian are leaving the faith, according to the results of a survey published on Tuesday.
Cardinal John Dew of New Zealand said the bishops of the country “humbly acknowledge our shortcomings” after a new survey of religion in the island nation says only a third of the country identifies as Christian, down from 43 percent in 2013, and 49 percent in 2006.
Ireland is home to “cultural Catholics” who are not “Catholics by conviction,” according to the Bishop of Kilmore.
Catholic educators in Sweden have denounced a political party’s promise to ban all religious schools as a political maneuver capitalizing on people’s fears in order to obtain votes.
Archbishop Charles J. Chaput spoke to Crux about his new book ‘Strangers in a Strange Land: Living the Catholic Faith in a Post-Christian World.’