Social and political implications of the emergence of independent Ukrainian Orthodox Church
|15 December, 2018||Breaking news|
Ukrainian Orthodox leaders on Saturday approved the creation of a unified church independent of the Moscow Patriarchate and elected a leader to head the new church, officials said
|14 December, 2018||Politics|
On Ukraine’s first steps towards its national Orthodox Church
|13 December, 2018||Politics|
How religious are Ukrainian politicians?
|15 November, 2018||Breaking news|
The perpetrators assaulted a priest, the report says
|15 October, 2018||Breaking news|
Leaders of the Russian Orthodox Church were meeting in the Belarusian capital on October 15 amid a dispute over moves toward independence for the Orthodox Church in Ukraine
|13 October, 2018||Breaking news|
The schismatic Patriarch of Kyev, Filaret, and the schismatic Archbishop of Ukraine, Makariy, are as of today considered canonical hierarchs of the Orthodox Church
|26 February, 2018||Society|
Compared to many other countries in Europe, Ukraine’s religious life is very active, although there is no state religion. So how do politics and religion work together here?