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Russia

Russia jails six Jehovah’s Witnesses for extremism

Punishments range from two years to three and a half years in jail.

How Stalin’s daughter became a Catholic

The spiritual journey of Svetlana Alliluyeva.

Catholics and Russian Orthodox collaborate to help Christians in the Middle East

These joint projects are to be “the direct fruit of the meeting between pope and patriarch,” as the representatives of the Moscow Patriarchate and ACN declared.

UNESCO adds Russian churches to list of cultural heritage sites

Pskov's school of architecture gave us a unique style of giving glory to God.

Russia plans massive Jesus statue on site previously reserved for Lenin

The plans await approval from the Russian Orthodox Church before ground can be broken.

Trans-Siberian train features Orthodox chapel on board

Russian Railway Tours' Temple Car provides rolling space for Divine Liturgy.

Russia shares its sacred and profane art with the Vatican

The exhibition titled “Pilgrimage of Russian Art: From Dionysius to Malevich” is part of a cultural exchange between Moscow's Tretyakov Gallery and the Vatican Museums in Rome.

Catholics in best position to fight “fake news,” says Ukrainian leader

Head of Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church says war in Ukraine has global impact

The Russian Orthodox monk with Putin’s ear

Metropolitan Tikhon is the spiritual father— and confessor— of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Easter season in Siberia

Photo of the Day: April 30, 2018

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