Professional sports fans and players globally are watching the relaunch of the German Bundesliga soccer league amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Through worship, they can connect to global body of Christ. English is the first thing you notice at Hillsong Berlin. The church was meeting at the Kino in der Kulturbrauerei—a movie theater in a historic brewery, just one tram stop from the last standing section of the Berlin Wall—but on Sunday night the sign out front said, “Welcome Home.” A smiling cadre of young, fashionable, and diverse volunteers from around the world greeted people in accented English. Inside, the entire service is in English, including the sermon and all the worship songs. Participants sing “Wake,” “What a Beautiful Name,” and…

Unlike conservative resistance to alternative sources in the U.S., German activists are aren’t against wind energy in principle, but in practice.

Annette Hess’ novel “The German House” holds all of society accountable for the atrocities of Auschwitz.

The captain says her migrant passengers deserve safety. Italy’s interior minister has threatened arrest. He argues Italy, a prominent entry point into Europe for asylum seekers, has the right to defend its borders.

Proposal to let non-Catholic spouses share the Eucharist goes before Rome’s theological watchdog on Thursday. For all the progress made toward bringing evangelicals and Catholics together, the notion of a shared Communion table between the two traditions—each with their own theological and ecclesiastical understanding of the Lord’s Supper—has pretty much always been off the table. Yet, a recent proposal by German bishops aims to allow the Catholic Church to offer the sacrament to certain Protestants—those who are married to practicing Catholics and desire to participate in Communion together. Though the Vatican initially rejected the notion last month, officials will meet…