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Opinion: Pope Francis flounders on the Ukrainian front

It’s tough to say how bad things are for Pope Francis, vis á vis Ukraine, but things are bad. Just this week, the leader of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk, remarked to […]

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Vatican’s foreign minister travels to Ukraine

Archbishop Paul R. Gallagher, the Vatican foreign minister, was set to visit Ukraine May 18-20, meeting with church and government officials, people displaced by the war and towns destroyed by Russian bombings.

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Promoting dialogue, peace are pope’s priorities for Ukraine, archbishop says

In the face of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the ongoing war, Pope Francis is being very careful to ensure that he offers solidarity and hope to suffering Ukrainians while not doing or saying anything to endanger a possibility for dialogue, said Archbishop Paul R. Gallagher, the Vatican foreign minister.

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Promoting dialogue, peace are pope’s priorities for Ukraine, archbishop says

In the face of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the ongoing war, Pope Francis is being very careful to ensure that he offers solidarity and hope to suffering Ukrainians while not doing or saying anything to endanger a possibility for dialogue, said Archbishop Paul R. Gallagher, the Vatican foreign minister.

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UST professor creates organization to infiltrate war-torn country with much needed supplies

Paul Gavrilyuk gets about four hours of sleep a night.

It’s a wonder he gets any sleep at all. The Ukraine native and theology professor at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul is working around the clock to help his native country, which he left in 1993 but has family and friends still living there.

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