Protestant Churches

The Fight for the Christian Cross in Bavaria

May 3, 2018 Featured

Manfred Karl Böhm (Editor- Christian Affair – Europe) OCP News Service – 3/5/18 Bavaria- Germany: In Germany, there are a lot of ongoing debates on the public display of the crucifix. The Prime Minister of the Free State of Bavaria Markus Söder has issued a decree according to which crosses should be installed in all […]

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The Serbian Patriarch thanks for Christmas messages

January 14, 2018 Featured

Church of Serbia – 14/1/18 In expectation of the most joyous Christian feast day – the Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ – His Holiness Irinej, the Serbian Patriarch, received a great  number of festal greeting cards from primates, hierarchs and clergymen and monastics of the Local Orthodox Churches, hierarchs and priests of the Serbian […]

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January 31, 2014 News

On Monday 27th January, His Holiness Aram I gave a lecture on “The challenges facing the ecumenical movement” at the Near East School of Theology. Hereunder the outline of the lecture.- PART I A) What are the challenges of the Ecumenical movement?… Ecumenism is essential for “being church”: 1) it reminds the interrelatedness of churches; […]

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Authorities fear that churches’ authority will grow, and cooperation between them will increase

September 19, 2013 News

19/9/13 – BELARUS A national march under the slogan of ‘For Life, For Family, For Children’ aimed at promoting birth and family values and initially planned for September 21st in Minsk, will not take place due to a ban by the authorities. Despite the announced cooperation between the government and the Orthodox Church and, to […]

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