“Despite an extremely challenging situation, and difficult times for our country, Ukrainians in Sweden do not feel alone."
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“War is not the solution, war is madness, war is a monster, war is a cancer that feeds off itself, engulfing everything,” Pope Francis writes.
Pope Francis said he is grateful to those people who have been ‘true neighbors’ to Ukrainians, by welcoming those who have been forced to abandon their homes and families.
“Prayer, and in particular prayer to Mary, is very powerful," said the Russian archbishop.
Since the invasion began, Lviv has become a “western capital” of the country as Kyiv, the capital, came under attack.
The major archbishop said he had received messages from all over the world with assurances of prayer.
The bishops urged Polish Catholics to open 'homes, hostels, diocesan and parish retreat houses, and all places where help can be provided to people in need.'
The Latin Rite archbishop of Lviv, western Ukraine’s largest city, spoke with CNA. ‘Rest assured, our prayers can change the course of this conflict.’
As the nation struggles with the COVID pandemic, economic uncertainty and political upheaval, Catholics are also troubled by deep crises within the Church. What is the way forward for authentic renewal? This week on Register Radio, we talk with author Ralph Martin about his analysis of this moment especially in light of his latest book, A Church in Crisis: Pathways Forward. And then, we are joined by Catherine Hadro, host of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly, to assess 8 Hopeful Signs for the Pro-Life Movement in 2021.
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