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Two senior church leaders from very different Christian traditions have affirmed the common calling of Christians to seek peace and to share it with others.
Differences over arcane church issues are preventing Orthodox churches getting together to discuss common issues and speak with one voice on major topics.
A week-long inter-Orthodox consultation is continuing its work, with some forty senior church participants, in Ayia Napa, Cyprus.
Bulgarian Orthodox priests have decided to to join a trade union because they have not received statutory entitlements and have not been paid on time.
Polish congregations in Vienna have protested against a decision to offer one of the city's Catholic churches to Serbian Orthodox Christians
Ecumenism, which seeks global church unity, is in need of new energy, top Roman Catholic, Orthodox and Anglican leaders have said.
Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew has made a return visit to the Lower Ninth Ward District of New Orleans, USA, to survey the restoration and recovery from Hurricane Katrina.
The leader of Orthodox Christians in Abkhazia, a breakaway region of Georgia, has declared that his diocese is breaking with the Patriarchate of Georgia in defiance of the Moscow Patriarchate.
Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomeos I has called for the creation of a churches' umbrella body in Europe to include Catholics alongside Anglicans, Orthodox and Protestants.
Metropolitan Jonah, the new head of the Orthodox Church in America, says he "laughs off" any comparison made between himself and US President Barack Obama as a reformer and agent of change.