Christa Pongratz-Lippitt

When not writing for NCR, Christa Pongratz-Lippitt is Austrian correspondent for the London-based weekly Catholic magazine The Tablet.

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Pope Francis discusses married priests, women deacons with German newspaper

Cardinal Ravasi: Women deacons 'a possibility,' fixation on women's ordination 'clerical'

German priests: open the priesthood to women, make priestly celibacy voluntary

Brazil may soon have married priests, says Leonardo Boff

German bishops plan guidelines for divorced, remarried

Swiss bishops set up fund for abuse cases outside statute of limitations

Vatican officials warn against division over 'Amoris Laetitia'

German bishops, women's organizations recognize need to protect female refugees

German canon lawyer wants pope to clarify guidelines for divorced, remarried Catholics

Benedict XVI's 2006 Regensburg Address was 'prophetic,' cardinal says

Same-sex couple married in German Protestant church, a first

ICJ to rule on Catholic hospital's firing of divorced, remarried doctor

Latvian Lutheran Church rules that women cannot be ordained priests

Whistleblower: Catholics must work together to change church's mindset on homosexuality

Shortcomings of women's role in church coming to an end

German group at family synod finds their suggestions in pope's exhortation

Austrian Cardinal Schonborn addresses Europe's refugee crisis

Muller on 'Spotlight' cover-up: Most priests 'bitterly wronged' by abuse generalizations

Cardinal Marx: Refugee problem will not grow smaller if borders closed

Reform groups accuse Switzerland's nuncio of publicly criticizing Pope Francis