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September, 2019
Volume 45, Number 3
  
19 February 2019
Greg Kandra




Bishop Borys Gudziak speaks to a crowd braving the December chill on the Maidan in 2013. He has just been named to lead the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia.
(photo: Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Department of External Relations/CNEWA)


Paris-based Ukrainian Catholic bishop to head U.S. archeparchy (CNS) Pope Francis has appointed Bishop Borys Gudziak of the Paris-based Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of St. Volodymyr the Great, to be the seventh metropolitan-archbishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia. Bishop Andriy Rabiy, an auxiliary bishop of the archeparchy, has been apostolic administrator since 16 April 2018. The pope named him to the post following the resignation of Archbishop Stefan Soroka, now 67, for medical reasons…

Meet the Syrians returning home after fleeing war (BBC) After years of people fleeing Syria and its civil war, there are now long queues to enter the country each day. Jordan opened its Jaber border crossing last October after Syrian government troops defeated rebels who had controlled the other side…

Refugees left homeless by anti-pollution campaign in Lebanon (The Daily Star) The eviction of dozens of Syrian refugees living in south Lebanon’s Zahrani is the result of an anti-pollution campaign being implemented jointly by the Litani River Authority and the Industry Ministry. The refugees were forced to evacuate Sunday because their shelters were contributing to the pollution of the Litani River in the region, Sami Alawieh, the Litani River Authority’s general director, told The Daily Star…

The plight of India’s unemployed youth (UCANews.com) Finding employment has long been a challenge for Indian youth, but their prospects have in recent times dimmed markedly, according to the Rev. Jaison Vadassery, secretary of the Indian bishops’ Commission for Labor. A government study released in 2017 showed that some 420 million of Indian’s 1.2 billion people are aged 15-34, making them the largest youth labor force in the world. But a large proportion of those who pursue higher education struggle to secure jobs. This constitutes a failure by India to use the capacity of youth for its socioeconomic development, Father Vadassery said…



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