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The craftsman has also made architectural models, recreating the original appearance of the temples that have survived altered, and his plans include the creation of a museum of architectural models.
14 December 2016, 11:55 | Reports |
The Vatican’s international relations have their own unique history of diplomacy and influence the course of events. The special status of a mini-state, its uniqueness often allows exerting influence in places and in ways that are inaccessible to secular diplomats.
In the Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv on October 6, Canon Dr. Michael Bourdeaux gave a lecture "Religious freedom in Ukraine: the contribution Keston College (1969-89)."
The round table themed “Role of the church in addressing problems of IDPs,” held on September 28 IX under the Ecumenical social week
6 April 2017, 09:31 | Andrew Sorokowski's column |
…resentment of alleged Western Christian hostility and feelings of victimization are a common motif in Russian Orthodox thinking.
24 March 2017, 12:46 | Michael Cherenkov's column
Marking the jubilee of Reformation this year, one should think not only about their Reformation, but also about our Reformation, about ourselves, about the relationship between Western and Eastern Christian traditions, between Europe and Ukraine.
7 July 2016, 13:11 | Religious studies |
The history evidences: the Local Churches that were historically associated with earthly empires were uninterested in the canonical establishment of local churches under their jurisdictions, and therefore usually granted autocephaly to churches only under the pressure of historic circumstances. No exception is the Moscow Patriarchate, which has incorporated the Orthodox Church in Ukraine since 1686.
5 July 2016, 14:22 | Religious studies |
Ukrainian Orthodoxy and Ukrainian society suffer from division. The majority of Ukrainian Orthodox believers belong to the Ukrainian Orthodox Church under the jurisdiction of the Moscow Patriarchate. The rest of the Orthodox community of Ukraine has chosen a different path of self-proclaimed autocephaly. However, neither the first nor the second path is optimal for the Orthodox Church in Ukraine to date.
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The monks are anxious because the last time the icon shed the holy ointment four years ago, exactly before the great flood which affected the whole of western Ukraine.
13 January 2012, 09:13 | Miracles |
A fresco depicting St. Serhii of Radonezh in the Church of the Holy Intercession of the town of Smila of Cherkasy Region suddenly began to shed holy ointment.