Metropolitan Vladimir of Kishinev and All Moldova’s open letter on situation around Pochaev Monastery

November 28, 2018. The Ukrainian Ministry of Justice commission, in response to a complaint from the Ministry of Culture, has recently cancelled the state registration of the right to use the Pochaev Laura of the Dormition’s Cathedral of the Dormition, Cathedral of the Trinity, monastic cells, belfry, Archbishop’s House and Holy Gates. Metropolitan Vladimir of Kishinev and All Moldova has appealed […]

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Attack on the residence of Metropolitan Ephraim of Krivoy Rog (UOC MP)

November 19, 2018. Several dozen Ukrainian activists in favor of Constantinople creating a new, autocephalous church in Ukraine storm the residence of His Eminence Metropolitan Ephraim of Krivoy Rog. Brandishing posters campaigning for the new church, they tried to break down the Metropolitan’s door and gate and shouted insults at him, reports the site of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. The […]

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Spokesperson for UOC MP urges not to believe false publications about clergy

18 November 2018. Protopriest Nikolai Danilevich, UOC DECR deputy head, warns that the mass media have posted a series of dirty publications about the clergymen of the canonical Church. These publications are custom-made, the UOC spokesperson writes on his Facebook page and urges not to believe the false information. According to him, the publications appear in the regional media of […]

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Television News Service (Ukraine) has been making a defaming video in front of Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra (Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate)

November 13, 2018. Pursuant to the Union of Orthodox Journalists, representatives of the Television News Service, known for their ambiguous coverage of the life of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate), delivered old women with icons of the Passion-bearer Nicholas to the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra and organized their photo and video session. This was announced by Protopriest Gennady Shkil on his […]

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Three ukrainian churches vandalized accused of being russian government agents

November 12, 2018. According to OrthoChristian, provocative graffiti appeared around three Ukrainian Orthodox churches (Moscow Patriarchate) in Lviv over the weekend, accusing the clergy and faithful of the canonical Church of being agents of the Russian government. The graffiti, appearing on walls, rocks, and the ground around the churches reads, “The Moscow Patriarchate—a branch of the FSB.” Moreover, the Lviv […]

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