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  • 7 January 2020, 09:04 | Religious holidays and traditions | 

    On January 7 christians celebrate Christmas according to julian calendar

    All Ukrainian Orthodox Churches, the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, most Ukrainian Evangelical Christians and Jerusalem, Russian, Serbian, and Georgian Orthodox Churches celebrate Christmas on January 7. This day is an official public holiday in Ukraine.

  • 3 January 2020, 10:49 | Religious holidays and traditions | view photo | view video | 

    Primates of Churches congratulate Ukrainians on Christmas

  • 26 December 2019, 12:46 | Religious holidays and traditions | 

    Church archpastors congratulate christians on Nativity

    In the Christmas Message "Urbi et Orbi", Pope Francis draws attention to the children who are now suffering from wars and conflicts around the world. He wished that little Infant of Bethlehem became the light and hope of the American continent, the light of the Holy Land, consolation for the Syrian people for Iraq, imbued with social tensions and Yemen experienced a serious humanitarian crisis.

  • 24 December 2019, 19:51 | Editorial news | 

    Merry Christmas!

    RISU Editorial Board send their best wishes to all those celebrating the Nativity of Christ per the Gregorian and Revised Julian calendars! We wish you a peaceful and joyous celebration!

  • 24 December 2019, 13:20 | Religious holidays and traditions | 

    Celebrating Christmas on December 25 is supported by 25% of Ukrainians

  • 26 November 2019, 11:38 | International relations | 

    Festival " Ukrainian Christmas" to be held in Tokyo

    The two-day festival "Ukrainian Christmas" will be held on December 21-22 in Tokyo. This is stated on the page of the community of Ukrainians in Japan "Krayany" on Facebook, according to UKRINFORM.

  • 6 January 2019, 22:09 | Religious holidays and traditions | 

    On January 7 Christians celebrate Christmas according to Julian calendar

    All Ukrainian Orthodox Churches, the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, most Ukrainian Evangelical Christians and Jerusalem, Russian, Serbian, and Georgian Orthodox Churches celebrate Christmas on January 7. This day is an official public holiday in Ukraine.

  • 25 December 2018, 07:37 | Religious holidays and traditions | 

    Сhristmas according to gregorian andnew julian calendars celebrated today

    According to Bible tradition, on Christmas day the Virgin Mary gave birth to Jesus Christ. The Son of God was born in a manger in Bethlehem. The angels announced to the shepherds the news of the birth of the Son of God. Then came three wise men from the east who knew about the birth of the Messiah from legends. They were led to the town by a star. According to the teaching of the church, the birth of Christ opened up the possibility of the salvation of the soul and eternal life for each Christian.

  • 8 January 2018, 23:28 | Andrew Sorokowski's column | 

    Two Christmases

    Shifting Orthodox Christmas to December would symbolize a distancing from the Russian Orthodox Church and thus from Russia herself. It would mean a rapprochement with the West...

  • 25 December 2017, 08:38 | Religious holidays and traditions | 

    Сhristmas according to gregorian andnew julian calendars celebrated today

    According to Bible tradition, on Christmas day the Virgin Mary gave birth to Jesus Christ. The Son of God was born in a manger in Bethlehem. The angels announced to the shepherds the news of the birth of the Son of God. Then came three wise men from the east who knew about the birth of the Messiah from legends. They were led to the town by a star. According to the teaching of the church, the birth of Christ opened up the possibility of the salvation of the soul and eternal life for each Christian.

  • 7 January 2017, 12:15 | Religious holidays and traditions | 

    ON JANUARY 7 CHRISTIANS CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS ACCORDING TO JULIAN CALENDAR

    All Ukrainian Orthodox Churches, the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, most Ukrainian Evangelical Christians and Jerusalem, Russian, Serbian, and Georgian Orthodox Churches celebrate Christmas on January 7.

  • 25 December 2016, 12:29 | Religious holidays and traditions | 

    Christmas According to Gregorian andNew Julian Calendars Celebrated Today

    According to Bible tradition, on Christmas day the Virgin Mary gave birth to Jesus Christ. The Son of God was born in a manger in Bethlehem. The angels announced to the shepherds the news of the birth of the Son of God.

  • 27 January 2016, 22:58 | Andrew Sorokowski's column | 

    Pluralism and Secularization

    Neither Poland nor the United States offers a useful model for Ukraine. In terms of religious pluralism, Ukraine lies somewhere in between, for its three Orthodox Churches and its Greco-Catholic Church all belong to a single Kievan-Byzantine tradition that can serve as a source of values for the new post-Maidan Ukrainian nation.

  • 9 January 2013, 09:52 | Religious holidays and traditions | 

    Jubilee Children's Christmas Celebration Event Held at National Opera House

    On 7 January, at the National Opera House of Ukraine in Kyiv, a children’s charitable festival “Nativity Play-2013” was held.

  • 7 January 2013, 11:42 | Religious holidays and traditions | 

    ON JANUARY 7 CHRISTIANS CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS ACCORDING TO JULIAN CALENDAR

    All Ukrainian Orthodox Churches, the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, most Ukrainian Evangelical Christians and Jerusalem, Russian, Serbian, and Georgian Orthodox Churches celebrate Christmas on January 7. This day is an official public holiday in Ukraine.

  • 27 December 2012, 15:48 | Religious holidays and traditions | view video | 

    Ukrainian Hierarchs from Diaspora Share Christmas Greetings

    The greeting of Ukrainian Greek Catholic hierarchs in Western Europe reads that the expectation of Christmas is a special opportunity to delve into the essence of our being, the being with God.

  • 25 December 2012, 09:18 | Church-state relations | 

    President Yanukovych Greets Catholics on Christmas

    President Viktor Yanukovych greeted Christians of the Latin Rite on Christmas. The address was published by the presidential website.

  • 7 January 2012, 09:30 | Religious holidays and traditions | 

    On January 7 Christians Celebrate Christmas According to Julian Calendar

    All Ukrainian Orthodox Churches, the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, most Ukrainian Evangelical Christians and Jerusalem, Russian, Serbian, and Georgian Orthodox Churches celebrate Christmas on January 7.

  • 25 December 2011, 17:41 | Michael Cherenkov's column | 

    On the Birth of Christ and the Fall of the USSR

    Christmas is also a judgment on modern Pharisees, pillars of official religiosity. A baptized, but unenlightened Rus, needs a free unpoliticized Church. While the Church and the Kremlin develop the Russian world, Christ does not enter their doors. He is outside the lavish palaces, but with the people.

  • 23 December 2011, 14:10 | Religious holidays and traditions | 

    Winter Fun on Orthodox Christmas Day

    Those longing for an ethnic escape should consider attending the fourth annual winter festival “Christmas Country of Dreams” at Mamaeva Slovoda.