The Archdiocese of Ivano-Frankivsk, in western Ukraine, began to host displaced women and children at the beginning of the war.
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Bishop Honcharuk found refuge from the growing attacks in a bunker, along with about 40 other people, including Bishop Mytrofan, from the autocephalous Orthodox Church of Ukraine.
“When they arrive, they are exhausted and terrified. The journey through Ukraine takes very long now”
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The invasion caused massive hemorrhaging in the Vatican’s Russia policy since 2014.
“It took me eight hours to travel 100 miles. The roads were full of people fleeing west.”
Russia has continued to crackdown on evangelism and unregistered church activity, which includes almost all religious practice outside of the Russian Orthodox Church.
Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is illegal.
In reaction to the outbreak of war in Ukraine, Aid to the Church in Need is sending an aid package of one million dollars.
“War does not bring any solutions, only destruction, suffering, and lack of peace.”
In light of Russia’s annexation of Crimea and its current threat to Ukrainian sovereignty, it’s fair to ask: What is the significance now of the Budapest Memorandum?
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“The lack of access to education by Syrian children risks having a devastating impact on the future of the country.”