The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in Odessa is ‘not recognised’ by the Orthodox majority

The country has become a bastion of doctrinal traditionalism. Its traumatic history may be part of the explanation

The appointment will fuel debate about Turkey’s Islamic identity

Ukraine’s Orthodox Church could split the two great Patriarchates of Moscow and Constantinople. Unless they turn to Rome

Fr Fedor Konyukhov, ordained in 2010, has already rowed across the Atlantic, climbed Everest and sailed around the world three times

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After 50 years of preparation, the Pan-Orthodox Council has fallen apart at the last minute. Many are blaming Moscow, but that is far too simplistic

Patriarch Bartholomew urges fellow leaders to attend Pan-Orthodox Council

For some even the slightest change in relations with Rome will end up with tradition being swept away