‘It seems that under fire no one is really an atheist anymore,’ Father Jurij Blazejewski said.
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Ukrainian Ambassador to the Holy See Discusses ‘All the Horrors of War’ and How ‘True Peace Requires Justice’
Andrii Yurash, the Ukrainian ambassador to the Holy See, gives interview to EWTN Feb. 23.
Among other images, the bells illustrate a DNA chain, the ultrasound of an unborn child and the Ten Commandments tablets.
Alexandrina's life has many connections with the events of Our Lady of Fatima and she is known in Portugal as “the fourth seer of Fatima.”
On each day of the novena, members of the Knights of Columbus, their families and Catholics worldwide are asked to pray at least one decade of the rosary.
In a letter, theologians concluded by appealing to “all people of goodwill to support the victims of this aggression.”
“Every effort has been made in the shortest possible time to welcome these people and make them feel at home," Bishop Hernández said.
Since the invasion began, Lviv has become a “western capital” of the country as Kyiv, the capital, came under attack.
A Catholic priest in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv is coordinating humanitarian efforts from a basement bomb shelter, where he has taken in 36 other people, mostly children, and their pets.
COMMENTARY: The Vatican found itself in the position of being less vocal on Putin’s aggression than the relevant Orthodox patriarchs.