This week’s European Churches Chronicle sees articles on the new archbishop of Utrecht, the EU Special Envoy for religious freedom, and Cîteaux abbey welcoming Afghan refugees
This week’s European Churches Chronicle sees articles on the joint statement by the Pope, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople; clashes greet the inauguration of the new head of the Serbian Orthodox Church; and the resignation of a Church of England bishop
This week’s European Churches Chronicle sees articles on Afghanistan, the start of Creationtide, and the recognition of an historic plague procession
In a week that saw devastating flooding in Europe, Church leaders met with the incoming EU Presidency and called for a common day of rest. We also look at research evaluating the impact of Covid on churches
This week’s edition of European Church Chronicle has the latest news from churches in Europe, including church responses to migration, the treatment of indigenous Sámi people; as well as Robert Schuman’s path to sainthood, and we look at faith on the football field.