In Ukraine, women religious are in on the frontline in battle against COVID-19

Sisters in Ukraine working with the frail and elderly continue to carry out their pastoral and social ministry among the country's most vulnerable.

The Ukrainian “Church Spring”: More and more young men want to join the priesthood

Years after the collapse of the Soviet regime and the end of communist religious persecution and repression, the country is now experiencing a rebirth of priestly vocations.

A “place of disruption” is a place of peace and pilgrimage in Ukraine

Since the 13th-century apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary, people have maintained the faith in Zarvanytsia.

Sviatoslav Shevchuk: From Soviet soldier to world religious leader

Head of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church brings multifaceted experience to project of evangelization.

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

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

“One, two, three!”

Photo of the Day: January 30, 2018

Love story in time of Ukrainian famine sheds light on hidden history

'Bitter Harvest' is believed to be first motion picture portrayal of Holodomor

The Cross as the memory of love

Why does the Cross have a feast day all its own, or need our exaltation? This homily explains

When a grandmother gives you mercy, don’t say ‘No’

Honor someone's generosity -- it's a privilege not to be missed...

Vatican Issues Letter Urging Relief for Ukraine

Pontifical Council Cor Unum to manage funds to alleviate “grave” humanitarian crisis

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