Orthodox activists are starting a strange campaign in Belarus, writes columnist Zmicier Chvedaruk. “These activists are saying that other cultures are violent and shouldn’t exist at all.”
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Is Ukraine allowed to legislate for limitations on the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (UOC) because it has formal connections with the Moscow Patriarchate (MP)? Western observers doubt this.
Patriarch Kirill supports the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Now, Ukraine has pressed criminal charges against the head of the Russian Orthodox Church.
The Ukrainian Parliament took the first step towards a ban on the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (UOC) last week Thursday. Does this threaten the religious freedom of Ukrainians? Five questions and answers.
A ban on the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (UOC) comes closer. The Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada has passed a draft ban on UOC in the first reading.
The Russian forces continue to close churches in the annexed regions that belonged to Ukraine.
Believing is not easy in Ukraine. The largest church in the country stands under suspicion of being pro-Russian. What can Kyiv do with the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (UOC)?
There is a new Bible in the modern Ukrainian language. The Ukrainian Bible Society presented the edition last week in the Sophia Cathedral in Kyiv.
A Greek judge ruled that students who belong to the Greek Orthodox Church must follow religious classes.
The autonomous Orthodox Church of Ukraine is joining a European church alliance and further turning its back on the East.