Patriarch Bartholomew signing the tomos of autocephaly of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine

Eastern Orthodox Theologian Warns of Troubling Times

The war in Ukraine has enormous religious implications and is deeply troubling to Eastern Orthodox Catholics in the United States, according to a leading

Should Ukrainian Priests Preach in Crimea and What For? UGCC and UOC differ in views

Priests are leaving Crimea, and not many feel like filling their place. Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church's Head Sviatoslav (Shevchuk) in his Feast of the

Discrimination Against Jehovah’s Witnesses Worse After Ban Put in Place

Recent ban makes the Jehovah's Witness religious group a soft target for discrimination. Ever since being tagged as “extremist” by the Russian Supreme Court