How the Ukraine conflict is reshaping relations between Churches – Catholic World Report

St. Sophia’s Cathedral is rarely used these days for liturgical functions. But it is considered home by both Orthodox Christians

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Aquinas and Religious Pluralism: How to Engage without Sacrificing Truth | Prof. Thomas Hibbs – YouTube

[In the disputed question model], Aquinas is attempting — vicariously, because all these people are not sitting in the Agora

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Unexpected Fallout From the Absurd Ideas of the German Synodal Path – FSSPX.Actualités / FSSPX.News

It was perhaps not expected on this side, but ecumenical dialogue has come to cast a chill on the debates

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Weekly News Roundup February 23rd

With war looming, will Kyiv get a Catholic patriarch?

News: Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church The Pillar While the prospect of a renewed Russian invasion in Ukraine is becoming a

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Pope Francis’ second summit with Russian Orthodox patriarch could be held in June-July | Catholic News Agency

The Russian news agency Tass reported that Aleksandr Avdeyev made the comment on Feb. 18 at a Russian-Italian conference in

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Director of Church Society Calls for Action: Lays out Six Possible Options Including Exclusion from the Anglican Communion | VirtueOnline – The Voice for Global Orthodox Anglicanism

“Liberalisation of the church’s teaching and practice is not inevitable. There is no set predetermined trajectory we must follow here.

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The Pope to Phanar head: We continue along the path to full communion – UOJ – the Union of Orthodox Journalists

The pontiff believes the Vatican and Phanar continue walking together along the path of reconciliation between all believers in Christ. The

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Egypt names first-ever Christian head of country’s top court | Crux

Egypt’s president on Wednesday swore in the first-ever Coptic Christian to head the country’s highest court. Egypt names first-ever Christian

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Former Anglican Bishop of Chester joins the Catholic Church – Catholic Herald

Dr Peter Forster, 71, who retired in 2019, is the fourth Anglican bishop to be received into the Catholic faith

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