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Nuns survive under shelling on Ukraine frontline

"We are all alive, yes. No one has left. This is our home," said a nun, her face framed by a black veil as shelling roared in the distance

Orthodox Palm Sunday brings brief respite to Ukrainian city

Palm Sunday falls on April 17 this year in the Ukrainian Orthodox Church while Easter falls on April 24

Pope Francis: Visit to Ukraine is ‘on the table’

The pope has spoken out repeatedly for peace in Ukraine in his general audiences and Angelus addresses since the violence began

Priests, nuns refuse to leave Ukraine amid chaos of war

Despite the immediate danger to the lives of all who stay, the clergy, led by the bishop, remain with their communities

Ukraine’s ‘City of Mary’ has been turned into a cemetery, says...

Major Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk lamented what he described as the “mass murder” of Ukrainians following Russia’s full-scale invasion

Ukraine priests want to break from ‘Cain’ Russian church

Like much of their social and cultural fabric, Ukraine and Russia have been intertwined by their religious beliefs for hundreds of years

Ukrainian archbishop says bombings left people without heat in freezing temperatures

The archbishop expressed concern that “a humanitarian catastrophe is beginning” in cities that have been surrounded by Russian forces

How the Ukraine conflict is reshaping relations between Churches

The idea that St. Sophia’s Cathedral could become a military target has reunited the country’s Christian soul

Bomb hits Catholic diocese’s headquarters in besieged Ukraine city

Media reports said the Russian bombardment of the city in northeastern Ukraine has resulted in the deaths of civilians, including children

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