Protestant Reformation
The Protestant Reformation - Part 1.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Germany
As of January 1, 2011, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reported 38,257 members in 14 stakes and 3 districts, 173 congregations (89 wards and 84 branches), three missions, and two templ...
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Protestant Reformation
The Protestant Reformation, often referred to simply as the Reformation, was the schism within Western Christianity initiated by Martin Luther, John Calvin, Huldrych Zwingli and other early Protestant...
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Roman Catholic Church in Germany
The Roman Catholic Church in Germany, part of the worldwide Catholic Church, is under the leadership of the Pope, assisted by the Roman Curia, and of the German bishops. The current "speaker" (i.e., t...
Radical Pietism
Radical Pietism refers to a movement within Protestantism, lasting from the late 17th century to the mid 18th century and later, which emphasized the need for a "religion of the heart" instead of the ...
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Mülheim Association of Free Churches and Evangelical Communities
Mülheim Association of Free Churches and Evangelical Communities (in German: Mülheimer Verband Freikirchlich-Evangelischer Gemeinden, formerly Christlicher Gemeinschaftsverband Mülheim adRuhr/CGV) is ...
German Catholics
The German Catholics (German: Deutschkatholiken) were a schismatic sect formed in December 1844 by German dissidents from the Roman Catholic Church, under the leadership of Johannes Ronge. The mov...
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Roman Catholicism in Germany
The Roman Catholic Church in Germany, part of the worldwide Catholic Church, is under the leadership of the Pope, assisted by the Roman Curia, and of the German bishops. The current "speaker" (i.e., t...
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Catholic Diocese of the Old Catholics in Germany
The Catholic Diocese of the Old Catholics in Germany is the German member body of the Union of Utrecht of Old Catholic Churches, which follow Ultrajectine theology. It is permitted to levy the German ...
Katholikentag
Katholikentag (Catholics Day) is a festival-like gathering in German-speaking countries organized by the Roman Catholic laity. Katholikentag festivals occur approximately every 2–4 years in Germany, S...
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Propsteikirche (Königsberg)
The Propsteikirche (German for "provost church"), also known as the Katholische Kirche (Catholic church), was a Roman Catholic church in the Sackheim quarter of Königsberg, Germany. Its patron saint w...
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Union of Scranton
The Union of Scranton is a communion established in 2008 by the Polish National Catholic Church after the Union of Utrecht they had been part of began ordaining women and blessing same-sex unions. Sin...
William Kirkcaldy of Grange
Sir William Kirkcaldy of Grange (c. 1520 – 3 August 1573) was a Scottish politician and soldier who fought for the Scottish Reformation but ended his career holding Edinburgh castle on behalf of ...
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Bishop of Osnabrück
The Bishop of Osnabrück is the ordinary of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Osnabrück, the current incumbent is Franz-Josef Hermann Bode. Theodor Kettmann is his auxiliary bishop.
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International Council of the United Methodist Church in Germany
The International Council of the United Methodist Church in Germany (Internationaler Ausschuss) grew out of a pilot project approved by the United Methodist General Conference in 1988. It involved co...
World Youth Day 2005
The 20th World Youth Day (German: XX. Weltjugendtag Köln) was a Catholic youth festival that started on August 16 and continued until August 21, 2005 in Cologne, Germany. It was the first World Yo...
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Therese Neumann
Therese Neumann (8 or 9 April 1898 – 18 September 1962) was a German Catholic mystic and stigmatic.She was born in the village of Konnersreuth in Bavaria, Germany, where she lived all her life. ...
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German Bishops' Conference
The German Bishops' Conference (German: Deutsche Bischofskonferenz) is the episcopal conference of the bishops of the Roman Catholic dioceses in Germany. Members include diocesan bishops, coadjuto...
Syriac Orthodox Church of Germany
The Antiochian Syriac Orthodox Church, also known as the Syrian Orthodox Church of Europe, is an autocephalous Oriental Orthodox church based in Germany.
The origins of the church began in 2006, i...
Freiberg Germany Temple
13°19′21.14759″E / 50.9223149972°N 13.3225409972°E / 50.9223149972; 13.3225409972The Freiberg Germany Temple (formerly the Freiberg GDR Temple) is a temple of The Church of Je...
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History of Protestantism
The Protestant Reformation was an attempt to reform the Catholic Church. It's prime motivations were the perceived corruption of the Church and theological differences. Protestantism originated from t...
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History of Roman Catholicism in Germany
The History of Roman Catholicism in Germany should be read in parallel with the History of Germany as it was progressively confused, in competition with, oppressed by and distinguished from the State....
History of Roman Catholicism in Germany - Wikipedia
Diocese of Central Europe
The Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Central Europe (German: Serbische Orthodoxe Diözese für Mitteleuropa) is a Serbian Orthodox Church diocese in central Europe. It has its headquarters in Hildesheim-...
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Union of Evangelical Free Church Congregations in Germany
The Union of Evangelical Free Church Congregations in Germany (Bund Evangelisch-Freikirchlicher Gemeinden in Deutschland Körperschaft des öffentlichen Rechts) is a fellowship of congregations in Germa...
Union of Evangelical Free Church Congregations in Germany - Wikipedia