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News The Cossack icon of Tsar Nicolas II the martyr was brought to monasteries on Holy Mount of Athos, TASS reports. According to Sergey Krishtal, a Cossack colonel of the Association of Cossacks of Russia and the ataman of Nadymsk Cossack Community, the next planned destinations include European countries, such as Poland, Austria and Germany.  ...

29.10.2018 Subject: Religion

Unidentified assailants have placed images of Stalin with “Stalin patriarchy” slogan to walls of Saint Vladimir church in Lviv region, RIA Novosti reports. Lviv diocese of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church has expressed concern with the current incident. Orthodox priests have called to stop fomenting enmity...

26.10.2018 Subject: Religion The Russian Orthodox Church (ROC) has withdrawn membership in the Austrian Bishops’ Conference, RIA Novosti reports. According to Protodeacon Viktor Shilovsky, the Secretary of the Vienna and the Austrian diocese, this was due to the decision taken by the ROC Synod to break off relations with the...

17.10.2018 Subject: Religion The Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church (ROC) has decided to cut all ties with Constantinople Patriarchate in response to its actions, TASS reports. Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew announced his intention to give autocephaly to the schismatic church in Ukraine. ...

16.10.2018 Subject: Religion The Ukrainian lawmakers did not dispose the right to ask the Patriarchate of Constantinople for autocephaly, Interfax news agency cites a court appeal. The two communities of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church made the claim: the Gorodnitsky monastery near Zhitomir and the Church of Saint Nicholas of the Berdyansk eparchy. ...

11.10.2018 Subject: Religion


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