Church inside war
Voices from Ukraine
By: Constantin Sigov Constantin Sigov, Ukrainian philosopher and director of the European Center at the University of Kyiv, has decided to stay in Ukraine as
Fr. Georgiy Taraban, an archpriest of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and the secretary of the Sumy and Okhtyrka Eparchy on the obstacles for consensus between the OUC and the OCU
Taras Dyatlik, theologian from Ukraine, on seeking truth instead of seeking diplomacy
Voices to Ukraine
As of 9 May, UNESCO has verified damage to 127 sites since 24 February – 54 religious sites, 11 museums, 26 historic buildings, 14 buildings dedicated to cultural activities, 15 monuments, 7 libraries.
Reflections of a not-so-innocent bystander by Rev. Dr. John Chryssavgis There are very few occasions in our lives—critical, pivotal events—that are truly life-shattering. We Orthodox
Two months into the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Russian Orthodox Church has not missed a single occasion to claim that the Vatican stands by its side in the situation in Ukraine.