Orthodox Church of Ukraine in the context of international and regional politics
Dear readers and subscribers, Religion today is celebrating its second anniversary. In these two years we have become an international community of independent experts that monitors the situation with religion and interfaith relations in Russia and around the world. We are here to offer our consultancy services in the field of interactions between the church, […]
- 05.Feb ‘21
Does Constantinople move to New York?
Since the transformation of Hagia Sophia into a mosque, relations between the Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Turkish authorities are getting worse and till now there are no reasons for reconciliation. Moreover, Turkey intends to strengthen its role in the Mediterranean, which will inevitably lead to a conflict with Greece, and this definitely will only worsen […]
- 10.Oct ‘20
Patriarch Bartholomew decided to go to conflict with Erdogan
On September 6, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew made a rather sharp attack towards Erdogan and the Turkish authorities, condemning the transformation of the Cathedral / Museum of Hagia Sophia and the Chora monastery into a mosque: “As if the city lacks mosques, as if there was a need for more places of worship for believers of […]
- 11.Sep ‘20
Ukrainian scenario for the Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro
- 29.Nov ‘19
Ukrainian Greco-Catholics and Roman Catholic Church – is there any reason for concern?
- 20.Sep ‘19
Battlefield – USA. Financial problems of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, a new Primate and the September 11 attacks.
- 20.Aug ‘19
On July 25, the Synod of the Jerusalem Orthodox Church, chaired by Patriarch Theophilus III, reinstated in the priesthood Irenaeus, the former patriarch of Jerusalem.
- 20.Aug ‘19