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7 January 2019
Greg Kandra




Pope Francis greets an ambassador during an annual meeting to exchange greetings for the new year with diplomats accredited to the Holy See, at the Vatican on 7 January.
(photo: CNS/Ettore Ferrari, pool via Reuters)


Pope to diplomats: ’Nationalistic tendencies’ threaten world peace (CNS) As it did prior to the Second World War, the rise of nationalism in the world poses a threat to peace and constructive dialogue among nations, Pope Francis said. During his annual address to diplomats accredited to the Vatican, the pope said that the establishment of the League of Nations nearly 100 years ago ushered a new era of multilateral diplomacy based on goodwill, readiness among nations to deal fairly and honestly with each other and openness to compromise…

Two Americans accused of fighting for ISIS captured by Kurds in Syria (The Washington Post) Kurdish forces in Syria said Sunday that they had captured two American citizens hiding out in the country’s final Islamic State stronghold. In a statement, the Syrian Democratic Forces, or SDF, identified the detainees as Warren Christopher Clark, 34, and Zaid Abed al-Hamid, 35. It said the pair had been captured alongside three others suspected of being foreign recruits in the extremist group.

Ethiopians celebrate Christmas (Andalou Agency) Ethiopian Orthodox Christians on Monday celebrated Christmas with religious leaders calling the laity to pray and work for the maintenance of peace and unity. In a sermon on the Christmas Eve, Abune Mathias, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, said: “The people, particularly the youth, should work for the maintenance of peace.” Ethiopian Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas on 7 January, along with other Eastern Orthodox Christians around the world, some two weeks after 25 December, when their Western counterparts celebrate Jesus’ birth…

Survivors of anti-Christian violence in India enter consecrated life (Vatican News) On 27 December, Father Anand was ordained a priest of the Order of Friars Minor and his sister, Anjali, pronounced her final vows as a member of the Society of Saint Anne of Luzern. The two are survivors of India’s 2008 anti-Christian violence in Odisha state. In 2018, Christians in eastern India’s Odisha state marked the 10th anniversary of the terrible massacre and atrocities inflicted on them by Hindu extremists. The year ended with the grace and blessing of the Lord when two siblings who survived the persecution, offered themselves to the Lord in consecrated life…

Putin marks Christmas in St. Petersburg (EuroNews) Russian Orthodox Christians have marked Christmas with a special midnight mass held in churches and cathedrals across the country. President Vladimir Putin attended a service in Saint Petersburg’s Transfiguration Cathedral, where his mother had him baptized in secrecy during Soviet times…

Pictures: Christians around the world mark Epiphany (AP) Christians across the world have been marking Epiphany, with worshippers plunging into icy waters and parades being held in Poland and elsewhere. At the Vatican, Pope Francis marked the Epiphany feast day by urging people to follow the path of “humble love” and care for those who can give nothing back…



Tags: India Pope Francis Ethiopia Russian Orthodox Church

4 January 2019
Greg Kandra




Cardinal Oswald Gracias of Mumbai, president of Catholic Bishops Conference of India, will preside over a meeting of the Latin-rite bishops in India next week. (photo: CNS/Anto Akkara)

India’s bishops to meet (Vatican News) India’s Latin-rite bishops are gathering in the holding their plenary assembly next week in the seaside town of Mahabalipuram in southern India’s Tamil Nadu state. The Conference of Catholic Bishops of India (CCBI) of the Latin-rite bishops, is holding its 31stplenary assembly at the Joe Animation Centre from 8-14 January on the theme, “Evangelii Gaudium”, or “The Joy of the Gospel”, the Apostolic Exhortation of Pope Francis that deals with the Church’s primary mission of evangelizations in the modern world…

Biggest cathedral in the Middle East to be dedicated (Egyptian Streets) According to local media outlets, the New Administrative Capital’s cathedral will finally be inaugurated in time for Coptic Christmas mass on Sunday. The opening of the cathedral, officially called the ‘Cathedral of the Birth of Christ’ and set to be the largest church in the Middle East, will be attended by Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and Pope Tawadros II…

British report criticizes Indian government for failing to protect religious minorities (UCANews.com) A British parliamentary report has criticized the Indian government for failing to protect religious minorities from violent Hindu hardliners. A report by the British All-Party Parliamentary Group for International Freedom of Religion or Belief said the rise of nationalist “Hindutva” ideology — which defines ‘Indian’ as exclusively Hindu — has led to an increase in religious oppression in the country…

‘Pope for Ukraine’ aims to help displaced families (CNA) ”Pope for Ukraine” is a Vatican initiative that aims to collaborate with non-Catholic entities to respond to the emergency humanitarian situation amid conflict in eastern Ukraine…

‘Walking in the Lord’s footsteps’ in Jerusalem (Reuters) It is three o’clock in the morning and Artak Tadevosyan is wafting incense through the corridors of Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site where Christians believe Jesus Christ was crucified and buried. ”Walking in the Lord’s footsteps, really, you have feelings that cannot be explained,” said the 26-year-old Armenian Orthodox cleric. “We don’t see it as stone, all these are holy places for us…”



Tags: India Egypt Ukraine Coptic Christians

3 January 2019
Greg Kandra




In this image from 16 December, Metropolitan Epiphanius, newly elected head of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine, conducts a liturgy at St. Michael's Cathedral in Kiev, Ukraine. Official recognition of this new church is causing conflict and division within Orthodoxy.
(photo: CNS/Valentyn Ogirenko, Reuters)


Official recognition of Ukrainian church roils Orthodox world (RNS) In a few days, Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew, the foremost leader in the Eastern Christian church, is scheduled to recognize the newly founded Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Bartholomew plans to give the tomos, or the formal decree of autocephaly, to primate Metropolitan Epiphanius in an elaborate ceremony in Istanbul that coincides with one of the most important celebrations for Orthodoxy, the Epiphany. But not everyone in the Orthodox world will be celebrating with them…

Kerala paralyzed over protests (BBC) Violent protests have paralyzed the southern Indian state of Kerala after two women made history by entering a prominent Hindu temple. Schools across the state are closed and public transport too has been suspended. One person was killed in clashes on Wednesday. The Sabarimala temple was historically closed to women of “menstruating age” — defined as between 10 and 50. The Supreme Court revoked the ban in September, which prompted outrage…

Water crisis could make Gaza uninhabitable by 2020 (PBS) In the Gaza Strip, 97 percent of freshwater is unsuitable for human consumption, and raw sewage pours into the Mediterranean Sea. Facilities for desalinating and treating water function on only a limited basis, as Israel controls the flow of fuel and supplies into the region. But Israelis, too, could face consequences from contaminated water…

Israel’s new mayor plans to silence mosque loudspeakers (The National) Israel’s new mayor of Jerusalem is planning to push for the volume to be turned down on the city’s mosque loudspeakers during the call to prayer. Israeli television reports indicated that the move would be one of the first policy pushes by Moshe Lion after he won the municipal election in November, replacing hard-right mayor Nir Barkat…

Ethiopia pardons hundreds of prisoners amid Christmas celebrations (Xinhua Agency) The Ethiopian government on Wednesday announced amnesty to some 530 federal prisoners amid Ethiopia’s unique Christmas day celebrations. Prisoners were pardoned amid the unique Ethiopian Christmas, as the country prepares to mark the day on 7 January to remember the birth of Jesus Christ based on the traditions of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, state affiliated Fana Broadcasting Corporate reported on Wednesday…



Tags: India Ethiopia Ukraine Gaza Strip/West Bank Russian Orthodox Church

2 January 2019
Greg Kandra




Pope Francis kisses a figurine of the baby Jesus as he celebrates Mass marking the feast of Mary, Mother of God, in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican on 1 January.(photo: CNS/Paul Haring)

Pope prays for new year marked by tenderness, brotherhood, peace (CNS) A new year is a chance for a new start, a time to remember that all people are brothers and sisters and a time to nurture amazement that God became human to save all people, Pope Francis said. The 1 January feast of Mary, Mother of God, also is a time to remember how strong maternal love and care are, and how they are the secret to making life more livable, the pope said during his homily at a feast day Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica…

Indian cardinal spends Christmas with ’untouchables’ (Crux) Indian Cardinal Oswald Gracias, a leading voice for the rights of Dalit Christians, celebrated Christmas with the Dalit Community from the Cheetah Camp area of Trombay, Mumbai…

Mass grave of Ethiopian Christians killed by ISIS found in Libya (CNA) A mass grave of 34 Ethiopian Christians executed by the so-called Islamic State group in 2015 has reportedly been unearthed in Libya. The bodies have been exhumed and will be eventually repatriated to Ethiopia, the Libyan interior ministry says…

As Ukraine and Russia battle over Orthodoxy, schism looms (The New York Times) Ukraine is on the verge of opening the biggest schism in Christianity in centuries, as it breaks from the authority of a Moscow-based patriarch and this week expects to formally gain recognition for its own church, taking tens of millions of followers. Intensifying a millennium-old religious struggle freighted with 21st-century geopolitical baggage, Ukraine’s security services have in recent weeks interrogated priests loyal to Moscow, searched church properties and enraged their Russian rivals…

Cardinal Parolin visited Iraq for Christmas (Vatican News) From 24-28 December, the Vatican Secretary of State visited Iraq, viewed as a “very welcome visit” by the auxiliary bishop of Baghdad…

Syrian refugees in Lebanon fall deeper into debt (VOA) Syrian refugees in Lebanon are falling deeper into debt, with 2018 being the worst year yet, as more families marry off children to cope financially, according to a U.N. Report…

Top Vatican press officials resign (CNS) Saying they thought Pope Francis should be “completely free to assemble a new team” for Vatican communications “at this time of transition,” the director of the Vatican press office announced he and the vice director had resigned. Pope Francis accepted the resignations of Greg Burke and Paloma Garcia Ovejero, the press office announced on 31 December. The pope appointed Alessandro Gisotti, coordinator of social media at the Vatican Dicastery for Communication, to serve as interim director of the press office…



Tags: Syria India Pope Francis Ukraine Russian Orthodox Church

21 December 2018
J.D. Conor Mauro




People gather near a light display on 17 December, ahead of Christmas in Moscow. (photo: CNS/Tatyana Makeyeva, Reuters)

A “roofless crib” in Damascus (Fides) This year the task of preparing the Christmas Nativity scene in the Cathedral of Damascus was given to the youth who had started meeting together after eight years of violence and dispersion. In the representation of the Nativity, the figures of the Virgin Mary, St. Joseph and Infant Jesus in the manger are exposed outdoors, not covered by the roof of a stable or a hut. The youth have stated that this represents the 13,000,000 Syrian refugees who are homeless and have no roof of their own…

Syrian bishop: U.S. pull-out further step towards to ending the conflict (AsiaNews) The withdrawal of U.S. troops “is further confirmation that the conflict in Syria, albeit in a slow and laborious way, is heading towards an end,” says Chaldean Catholic Bishop Antoine Audo of Aleppo. The Jesuit and former president of Caritas Syria says he hopes the country now can seek a long-term solution…

Turkey’s Erdogan delays operation against Kurdish forces in Syria (Washington Post) Turkey will delay a planned offensive against Kurdish forces in northeastern Syria, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday, citing talks with the U.S. president and other officials after the administration’s decision this week to withdraw all U.S. troops from the country…

U.S. genocide law triggers mixed feelings among Iraqis (Al Monitor) A new US law designed to protect religious minorities and punish the Islamic State for its atrocities is getting a mixed reception from Iraqis, who are uncertain about how it will be applied on the ground. Murad Ismael, the executive director of the Yazidi rights group Yazda, praised the Trump administration’s support for religious minorities as an “excellent principle.” Other groups, however, bristled at the new law’s focus on Yazidis and Christians. U.S.-based Mandaean activist Nazar al Haidar, for example, told Al Monitor that his community is not explicitly covered by the law…

Orthodox believers rally to protest Ukraine parliament vote (New Jersey Herald) Over 1,000 believers of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church rallied outside the country’s parliament Thursday to protest its demand that their church’s name is changed to reflect its ties to Moscow. Parliament passed a bill earlier Thursday demanding that the Ukrainian Orthodox Church explicitly indicate its link to the Moscow Patriarchate in its name. The Ukrainian church has been part of the Russian Orthodox Church for centuries, but a bitter tug-of-war following Russia’s annexation of Crimea has encouraged moves within Ukrainian orthodoxy to create a separate church with no direct links to Moscow…

Indian nun: Survivors ‘need to be heard’ at Vatican abuse summit (Crux) A Vatican summit on clerical sexual abuse from 21 to 24 February will emphasize the fact that “victims need to be heard,” says a member of pope’s main child protection organization. The crucial steps, says Indian Sister Arina Gonsalves, a member of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors, are to “recognize the truth of what has happened and … meet abuse survivors in their home country ahead of the February summit in order to learn firsthand the suffering that they have endured…”



Tags: Syria Ukraine Sisters Yazidi

20 December 2018
J.D. Conor Mauro




U.S. soldiers surveil the area during a combined joint patrol on 1 Nov in Manbij, Syria. (photo: CNS/Zoe Garbarino, U.S. Army handout via Reuters)

U.S. announces withdrawal of American troops from Syria (Vatican News) Announcing the pullout, U.S. President Donald Trump claimed American forces had defeated ISIS in Syria. “We have defeated ISIS in Syria, my only reason for being there during the Trump Presidency,” he said in a video address taped on the White House lawn…

Blindsided U.S. ally France to stay in Syria, Britain says ‘much remains to be done’ (Rudaw) France will not pull its forces out northeast Syria, a French minister said Thursday, after US President Donald Trump announced the immediate and complete withdrawal of American troops…

Climate change hits Indian farmers (UCAN India) The effects of climate change and unseasonal rains have been wreaking havoc on economically poor communities in India, says Purshutam Das, a social worker among farmers in New Delhi. “The crop yields have turned monstrous for the farmers across the country and they aren’t able to even feed their families because their crops are every year getting destroyed due to bad weather,” Das said…

Christian, Muslim leaders join Jordan’s king for Christmas celebration (Crux) As sectarian strife engulfs neighboring Mideast countries, Jordan’s King Abdullah II invited Catholic and other leaders to celebrate Christmas in the spirit of fraternity and harmony the holiday symbolizes… [Read more about this church here.]

Ancient Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church establishes congregations in Georgia and France (OCP Media Network) The Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church has opened new congregations in the European nations of Georgia and France. Metropolitan Mathew Mar Timotheus of the U.K., Europe and Africa celebrated Divine Liturgy at one of the Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Churches in Georgia. This ancient church is said to have been established by St. Thomas the Apostle. His Holiness Baselios Mar Thoma Paulose II is the current catholicos on the Apostolic Throne of St. Thomas in the East and the Metropolitan of Malankara…



Tags: Syria India Jordan Syrian Conflict Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church

19 December 2018
Greg Kandra




Pope Francis has encouraged generous support for victims of the ongoing war in Ukraine. (video: Rome Reports/YouTube)

Russia warns Ukraine on threats of war (Newsweek) Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov warned on Tuesday that Ukraine is preparing a provocation against his country with the support of its Western allies. ”Kiev is preparing yet another provocation at our borders, with the help of its Western supporters. We would not start a war, but our response will be most convincing,” Lavrov said…

Pope encourages generosity, special collection to aid victims in Ukraine (Rome Reports) Pope Francis is one of the few international leaders who continues to remember that a war has been going on in Ukraine since 2014. That is why in April 2016 he asked for generosity to help the victims of one of the most forgotten conflicts in the world…

Indian Christians seek protection over Christmas (UCANews.com) Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh has been asked to ensure police protection for Christians in the lead-up to Christmas amid fears of attacks by hard-line Hindu militants. The ecumenical Christian group Persecution Relief has sent a letter to Singh making the request and backing it up with a list of violent incidents during past Christmas periods…

Jerusalem’s neighbors are becoming more ultra-Orthodox (Haaretz) Research about the identity of home buyers in Jerusalem conducted by Dr. Eitan Regev, a research fellow at the Israel Democracy Institute, shows that the growth in the number of ultra-Orthodox Jews among home buyers in the capital has almost completely stopped, and the percentage of Haredim buying homes in Jerusalem is similar to their share of the overall population…

More Christians visiting Turkey on pilgrimage (Andalou Agency) An ancient city, home to a Christian church, in western Turkey has attracted thousands of Christians in 2018, according to a Turkish academic. Mehmet Ozhanli, an archeology professor at Isparta’s Suleyman Demirel University, said 15,000 Christians visited St. Paul Church in Pisidia Antiocheia ancient city in western Isparta province for pilgrimage this year…



Tags: India Ukraine Jerusalem Turkey

18 December 2018
Greg Kandra




in this image from January, Syrian refugees wait outside their shelters at Zaatari camp near Mafraq, Jordan. The pope joined the UN and Caritas today in observing World Day of Migrants and Refugees, and he urged communities to open their hearts to those arriving in their lands.
(photo: CNS/Muhammad Hamed, Reuters)


Pope, UN, Caritas mark World Day of Migrants and Refugees (Vatican News) As the world marked the United Nations International Migrants Day on Tuesday, Pope Francis urged host communities to open their hearts and homes to those arriving in their lands. “Jesus knows well the pain of not being welcomed. May our hearts not be closed as were the houses in Bethlehem,” wrote the Pope on his Twitter account @Pontifex

Pope: scapegoating migrants in political speeches is unacceptable (CNS) In today’s climate of mistrust, rejection and nationalism, the world urgently needs peacemakers and politicians who protect and lovingly serve others, Pope Francis said in his annual message for the World Day of Peace on 1 January. ”Terror exerted over those who are most vulnerable contributes to the exile of entire populations who seek a place of peace,” he said, and “political addresses that tend to blame every evil on migrants and to deprive the poor of hope are unacceptable…”

Ukrainian Catholic leader welcomes head of new independent Orthodox church (CNS) Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk, major archbishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Church, said “the future of our church, our people and of a free, independent Ukrainian state in Europe depends today on how we nurture unity and overcome what separates us…”

‘The Gaza blockade is strangling us’ (BBC) In Gaza, two million people are poised to slip deeper into poverty, and basic services are at risk of collapse, according to the UN. It is calling for $350 million from international donors, following a drop in US funding for Palestinians…

Catholic religious sisters raise hope among Kerala’s flood victims (NCR) Church volunteers cleaned about 250,000 houses and helped people return home from relief camps after the floodwaters receded. The Jesus Youth, a global Catholic charismatic youth movement with roots in Kerala, cleaned houses infested with insects, snakes and eels. Caritas India, the church’s aid agency, distributed 16,000 kits with food and sanitary items, each one costing 4,000 rupees ($55). The priest credits Catholic religious women for playing a crucial role of bringing hope to flood victims…

In Jerusalem, Santa rides a camel (Israel21c.org) He has a certificate from Santa School in Denver, Colorado, but Issa Kassissieh doesn’t come down the chimney in America — he’s the resident Father Christmas in Jerusalem’s Old City and he’s traded the traditional reindeer sleigh for a camel…



Tags: Pope Francis Refugees Jerusalem Kerala

17 December 2018
Greg Kandra




Over the weekend, Ukrainian religious leaders elected Metropolitan Epiphanius as the head of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. (photo: Vatican Media)

Ukraine moves to form a unified Orthodox Church independent from Russia (NPR) Ukraine elected the head of a newly unified Orthodox Church this weekend, a move that the nation’s president hailed as an important safeguard against future Russian aggression. The church aims for independence from the Russian Orthodox Church, and Saturday’s election is just one step in a process that could take decades. Nearly 200 bishops, priests and other church officials elected 39-year-old Metropolitan Epiphanius on Saturday as the Ukrainian church’s head…

Church vandalized in India (Vatican News) With Christmas a little over a week away, the festive mood among Christians in the northeast Indian state of Assam suffered a setback when they discovered their church vandalized. Villagers on their way to work Saturday morning, found St Thomas Catholic Church and its grotto in Chapatoli village near Duliajan vandalized. They noticed the church door open and spotted the statue of Mother Mary knocked down from the grotto…

Ethnic violence escalates in southern Ethiopia (Al Jazeera) At least 21 people have been killed in two days of intense fighting between ethnic groups in southern Ethiopia amid escalating violence that has sent hundreds fleeing across the border to neighbouring Kenya. The violence broke out on Thursday and Friday near the town of Moyale, on the border with Kenya, in a region claimed by both the Oromo, the largest ethnic group in the country, and the Somali ethnic group…

New book explores war damage in Aleppo (Vatican News) Two years after government troops drove rebel fighters out of the city, the first book detailing the damage done to the Ancient city has been published by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)…

Vatican concert highlights refugees (Vatican News) This year the Paul VI Hall is the setting for this event which boasts an impressive line-up of musical talent. There will be performances from American singer Anastasia, Italian performer Alessandra Amoroso, Dee Dee Bridgewater and the “New Direction Tennessee State Gospel Choir”. The theme for this 2018 Concert is “refugees” and the proceeds from this evening of entertainment will go to the Don Bosco Mission…



Tags: India Ethiopia Ukraine Vatican Russian Orthodox

14 December 2018
Greg Kandra




Pope Francis had lunch with poor people invited to the Vatican in November to mark World Day of the Poor. He's extended a similar invitation to the poor for a few days before Christmas.
(photo: Vatican Media)


Pope invites poor to Christmas lunch (Vatican News) n the spirit of Christmas, Pope Francis is inviting a group of poor people to a lunch offered by the athletes of Italy’s military finance police, said the Office of Papal Charities. On behalf of Pope Francis, the Office headed by the Pope’s official Almoner, Cardinal Konrad Krajewski, has invited the poor people to the Christmas lunch on 18 December hosted by the Gruppo Sportivo Fiamme Gialle (Yellow Flames Sporting Group) at the sports centre of the Guardia di Finanza (Finance Police), at Castelporziano, close to the seaside…

Russian-Ukraine tensions reach Mount Athos (The Guardian) Although most of the monks on Athos are Greek, for many Russians, as well as Ukrainians and Belarusians, a pilgrimage to Mount Athos has become almost like an Orthodox version of the Islamic hajj, seen as a spiritual must for any true believer. [Patriarch] Kirill has banned Russians from taking holy communion in the churches of Athos, calling any priests who bless the ecumenical patriarch schismatics, leading to a dilemma for those Russians who want to visit...

In first, Indian official to take office amid Christian rituals (Times of India) Mizo National Front is set to take oath in a predominantly Christian ceremony on Saturday, making it a first for a government in Mizoram. Apart from readings of Biblical verses, religious hymns like Handel’s famed ‘Hallelujah Chorus’ will be sung to mark the occasion. “We are doing it for the first time,” Lalruatkima, a newly-elected MNF legislator, said on Thursday, adding, “Singing of gospel and reading of verses from the Bible will follow the national anthem…”

Hundreds of Christians in Egypt protest at police killing (Channel News Asia) Hundreds of Coptic Christians on Thursday attended the burial of a father and his son who were killed by a police officer in Egypt’s Minya province, amid cries for the state to provide more protection. The Copts, who make up around 10 percent of the population, have long complained of discrimination. They have also frequently been attacked by Islamist militants who see them as infidels, prompting authorities to place armed guards outside churches and monasteries…

Ethiopia moving troops from Eritrean border (AP) Ethiopian military officials on Friday announced they are moving troops away from the border with Eritrea, months after the former rivals made a surprising peace…



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