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The Vatican is holding a four-day summit called by Pope Francis to tackle the Catholic Church's long-standing crisis.
Luigi Ventura, 74, allegedly "caressed in an insistent and repeated manner" a city hall staffer's buttocks during a January 17 ceremony in Paris.
Nun on the run! Historians find record of 'Joan of Leeds' who faked her own death to escape convent and 'pursue way of carnal lust'
We look back at the top stories from around Europe that you need to know about today.
Many banks and businesses in Sweden no longer accept cash and the church is adapting so that people can continue to donate
Throughout history, embroidered clothes from the church clergy have dazzled many. But there's a reason why they are ornate - the fabric tells the many stories from the Bible during a time when the congregation was largely illiterate
Romania's orthodox church imposes itself on Bucharest as it battles to retain influence across society.
Service with a snap: church uses crocodiles to attract new recruits
For many worshippers living in the remote regions of Russia's Tatarstan republic, the Zainsk church is a journey too far.
The latest news and updates from Euronews as they happened this morning.
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The Galanopoulos family has started the business in the 1800s.
The sermon is the part of a wedding that many of us skip over. But Rev Michael Curry had us all captivated for 14 minutes at the wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle.
Muslims join together with Jews and Christians to celebrate Muslim Holy Month
Move by Merkel's sister party seen as divisive
Many people packed into the small church in Trebes this Palm Sunday after terror came to their town this week.
It follows a protest by Christian leaders in Jerusalem who closed the Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Church leaders said in a statement the municipality's move to tax commercial assets owned by the church seemed like an "attempt to weaken the Christian presence in Jerusalem".
A Parisian church is making it easier for worshippers to donate during collections at Mass after the priest installed contactless bank card terminals.
A statement, signed by 65 clergywomen, also described 64 accounts of gender-based discrimination and violence from women priests working in the national church
According to legend, the former parish priest left a hidden fortune in the commune.