Vandalism of an Orthodox Church in Kosovo

January 11, 2016. It is the second time that the Church of St. Demetrius in Susica (Kosovo) was vandalised. Members of the parish council informed their priest Protopresbyter Sava Šmigić, while the Diocese of Raska-Prizren reported the incident at police station in Gracanica, as the official website of the diocese reports. The unknown perpetrators broke a window in the altar […]

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Acts of violation against Orthodox believers

January 9, 2016. In the village of Ptichia, Rivne region (Ukraine), the supporters of the so-called “Kiev Patriarchate” attacked to the pilgrims of the canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church and beat them. The Union of Orthodox Journalists was witnesses of the incident, as they report on its official website. The conflict between the believers of the canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church and […]

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Romanian Orthodox priests gather signatures for constitution amendments in order to secure the traditional family values

January 6, 2015. The Romanian Orthodox Church wants the Constitutional amendment so as to prevent the same-sex marriages, as the website reports. The initiative was launched by the Metropolitan of Banat Ioan Selejan, at the end of the Christmas Liturgy in Timisoara. People who attended the Liturgy of Theophany at the Metropolitan cathedral in Timisoara on 6th January signed […]

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