Second Eastern Orthodox Radio in Poland

The Internet-based medium has been founded by the Eastern Orthodox Christian diocese and targets the faithful of this denomination around the world. The website broadcasts news, sermons and liturgical music.

Pope accepts invitation to visit Holy Land says President Peres

Official statement by President Shimon Peres in response to Pope Benedict XVI's acceptance of the President's invitation to visit the Holy Land -
May 11-15
(Communicated by the President's Spokesperson)

President Shimon Peres reacted to Pope Benedict XVI's announcement that he has accepted President Peres's invitation to come visit the Holy Land:

Symposium at Loyola Marymount University

Symposium at Loyola Marymount University will be held on March 19, at 7 pm.

The Symposium will review the conclusions of the Fourth Ecumenical Council (451 AD) which not only organized the Christian Church but also defined the nature of Jesus.

Russian Church: Christians have limited rights in some states

The Russian Orthodox Church expressed anxiety at alleged discrimination against Christians and members of other religious communities in various countries. At a roundtable at the headquarters in Vienna of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, Bishop Hilarion of Vienna and Austria, head of the Moscow Patriarchate Representation to European Institutions, pointed out alleged problems experienced by Christians in Turkey, the Northern part of Cyprus and Kosovo.

The Madrid authorities to transfer a land plot for construction of Russian church

The authorities of Madrid will soon transfer a land plot for construction a Russian Orthodox church, Madrid Mayor Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón Jimenes said at the ceremony of presenting the symbolic golden key to Madrid to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. "We are very pleased that Moscow and Madrid are sister cities, and that our cooperation also involves other large cities. We would like to further strengthen these ties", he said.

By mid-century the USA, China and Africa will have the most Christian population – forecast

President of the Ukrainian Association for Religious Freedom Victor Yelensky predicts that Christianity will soon completely "lose its European exclusivity". "By mid-century the ten countries with the most Christian population will include the USA, China, Brazil, Congo, India, Mexico, Nigeria, Philippines, Ethiopia, and Uganda", he stated in his interview published by NG-Religii newspaper on Wednesday.