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In a momentous statement at the observance of the 1030th anniversary of the baptism of Kyivan Rus in which the Slavic Peoples were Christianized through the missionary work of Saints Cyril and Methodios sent by Ecumenical Patriarch Photios in the 9th century, His Eminence Metropolitan Emmanuel of France, representing His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, declared that His All-Holiness “will not leave his […] Read more...



Mercy is a tremendous force that binds and unites people. Mercy makes blood kinship stronger and friendships more dedicated. Only mercy can close the eyes to the physical defects and bad character of people. And mercy can be greeted with every living creature only because it is the creature of the Creator. Mother Teresa One […] Read more...



When it seems that people are cruel and unjust to you, look at these pictures. For each photo is the story of the lives of wonderful people. Sometimes we let ourselves forget how beautiful the world is. This does not mean that the problems we encounter every day are not important. Sometimes we just need […] Read more...



    Salvation, as well as the spiritual life of every Orthodox Christian, is unthinkable without his participation in the Divine Liturgy, and especially without the communion of the Holy Mysteries of Christ. By communion with the Holy Body and Blood of Christ, believers mysteriously unite with Christ the Savior, form One Body – His […] Read more...




We condemn the brutal use of force against civilians, – Filaret In a statement on the events of November 30, 2013 in Kiev, Patriarch of Kyiv and All Rus-Ukraine Filaret condemned the brutal use of force against civilians. Below – a full statement. Dear compatriots! Dear brothers and sisters! Today, our society is experiencing one […] Read more...




When the hunger began, Peter Velechko ate grain meant for horses. When the horses died, he ate horse meat. When the meat was gone, he clawed the farmers’ fields with his hands and ate the seeds. When the seeds were gone, he found the holes of field mice and ate their stores of grain. VIOREL […] Read more...


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development - priest Oleksii Holchuk