Church Workers

But will usually distinguished, how directly the workers on the job with the exercise of religion has to do. “When a pastor, an educator, or now the church membership is usually compulsory” said Eckert. When the staff at the church hospital will usually not so closely seen however. Occur shortly before the job interview in the Church and then quickly back out? Even then, the workers can get problems, Eckert said. Kind Bars shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. The exact rules but depend on how directly the workers with the Has to do with religious practice. “Pastors, educators or teachers of religion a religious disaffiliation is a reason for termination quite”, so the jurist. Also, a divorce or a second marriage can make trouble.

So was announced 2004 a Catholic church musician, after it had become known, that he lived in second marriage with a woman. The Federal Labour Court deemed lawful termination. “Basically every worker has a special duty of loyalty to his employer”, Eckert said. In trend enterprises they go on something else: “For example no Catholic educator can calling, to convert to Islam.” For Church employers, there are no works councils, staff problems can contact. Only a so-called employee representation exists.

This has not same rights as a Works Council, according to Eckert however by far. Disputes also occasionally turns a quality station before going to court. Who works at the Church, has more holidays? “On the contrary”, said Eckert. Some professions are regular working days Sundays and holidays. “As a priest I can of course not just say I’m going for Easter holidays”. We remember: padophile priests be moved in monasteries, etc instead of being fed to the State judiciary. The relationship of Church and State is a special case of the relationship between religion and politics, strongly dominated the history of Europe. Christian theology has always reflects this relationship and developed different theories of State with political impact, and modified.

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