- Dec 6, 2019
Ukraine’s president has promised the country’s Orthodox Christian faithful they will be free to remain part of the Russian Orthodox Church after the creation of an independent Ukrainian church.
A Franciscan friar, initially the underdog of the Clericus chess tournament for clergy, proved that a little faith can lead to checkmate in the end.
According to a secret internal document, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs suffers from a “secular bias” and a “lack of religious literacy.”
Catholics in Ukraine said people fear a full-scale war with Russia, after a naval confrontation prompted the imposition of martial law in Ukraine’s eastern regions.
A growing number of churches will be used for profane purposes in the future, as secularism gains ground in western countries. A conference in Rome tackled the challenges and possibilities this might entail.
The head of a Catholic order that runs homes for psychiatric patients welcomed the first prosecutions of Belgian doctors for an illegal act of euthanasia.