Category Archives: discrimination

Holy Trinity Church in the city of Rzhischev (Ukraine) arsoned

December 11, 2018. The Holy Trinity Church in the city of Rzhischev in the Kiev Province of Ukraine, of the Belotserkov Diocese of the canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church was set ablaze in the morning, December 9, leaving the doors completely burned and the iconography damaged, reports the site of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. The parish rector Fr. George Gichki left […]

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Kosovo Institutions Threatened Monks and Nuns from the Serbian Orthodox Church with Deportation

November 9, 2018 – After an attempt to renew residence permit, one of the monks of the Raška-Prizren Diocese faced a threat that, within few days, he could be deported outside of Kosovo and Metohija (KiM). The problem of documents, that majority of Kosovo Serbs have, has proven to be one of the most serious problems the Serbs have been […]

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Analysis of the situation around the barring of Moscow Theological Academy rector to enter Ukraine on November 7, 2018.

November 8, 2018. As was published earlier, his Eminence Archbishop Ambrose of Verey, the rector of the Moscow Theological Academy, was denied entry to Ukraine on the 7th November, 2018. Pursuant to OrthoChristian, he had arrived in Kyiv at the Zhuliany Airport to visit the Kyiv Caves Lavra and the theological seminary and academy located there to participate in the […]

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Moscow Theological Academy rector was barred from entering Ukraine

November 7, 2018. According to Interfax, the rector of the Moscow Theological Academy has been prevented from entering Ukraine, the head of the Synodal Department for Church, Society and Media Relations Vladimir Legoyda said. “Archbishop Amvrosy today was barred from entering Ukraine at passport control in Kyiv. The priest arrived for a one-day event at the Kyiv Theological Academy, which […]

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Intensive cyber attacks blocking the work of the Orthodox information resource

October 12, 2018. The Kiev-based Union of Orthodox Journalists website has been under attack by hackers since October 11, 2018, the Union reports. The site went down just after the Ecumenical Patriarchate made its announcement in which it declared its entrance into communion with Ukrainian non-canonical bodies, and the intense cyber-attacks have continued since then. The Union of Orthodox Journalists […]

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