Festivities and dialogue launch new WCC journal

A lively interchange on the rapidly changing landscape of interreligious encounter marked the  launch of a new journal at the Ecumenical Centre...

Pope Francis appeals for displaced women and children in Syria

Pope Francis appealed Sunday for the protection of women and children fleeing violence in northwestern Syria, as more than half a million...

WCC looks back at Korean peace effort – and forward with inspiration for 2020

With the announcement on 6 February of a Global Prayer Campaign for peace on the Korean Peninsula, World Council of Churches (WCC)...

Cistercian nuns seek help to build new monastery in Wisconsin

Valley of Our Lady Monastery, a community of Cistercian nuns in Wisconsin, is raising funds for a new monastery complex following a...

WCC general secretary appointed as presiding bishop for Church of Norway

On 30 January, the Church Council of the Church of Norway appointed World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Olav...

New UGCC bishop to be ordained for Australia

On Wednesday, January 15, 2020, Vatican officials announced that Pope Francis had accepted the abdication of the pastoral position by Petro Stasiuk,...

Ukraine is the absolute leader in the number of the youngest catholic bishops

Among the youngest bishops of the Catholic Church, Ukrainians confidently take the leading positions. Fr. Petro S. Balog, Director...

In memory of legendary evangelist Reinhard Bonnke: For all his “spiritual value” he had...

International evangelist Slavik Radchuk spoke about the memorial service held in January in memory of the legendary German-American Pentecostal evangelist Reinhard Bonnke.

Ecumenical patriarch: The most important moment for the Patriarchate in 2019 was the granting...

The activities and initiatives taken by the Ecumenical Patriarchate in 2019, as well as his hopes and expectations for the new year,...

South Korean church held charity event for neighbors in need

From November 19 to 20, the Women’s United Mission of Manmin Central Church conducted ‘Kimchi Sharing’ in South Korea.
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Churches amplify urgent calls to address violent racism in US

As protests erupted in more than 30 cities across the US in the wake of the death of George Floyd, churches in...

Christian Film Set Attacked by Radical Hindu Nationalists

05/31/2020 India (International Christian Concern) – According to CRUX News, a movie set with a prop church was vandalized by the Hindu nationalist...

Venezuelan bishops: Country’s situation is ‘unacceptable’

The Venezuelan bishops published an exhortation May 28 calling for “a consensus among all and an inclusive national accord” to save the...