Acting on the theory that Putin’s mind is megalomaniacal and mega-sadistic, yet humiliatingly vulnerable, what about the Church trying the following?
As I write, we are witnessing Russia’s military thrust into Ukraine, and its appalling consequences, with no end to the fighting in sight.
Very Reverend Andriy Mykykyov of the Ukrainian Eparchy of Australia and members of Melbourne’s Ukrainian community joined in Choral Evensong at St Paul’s Cathedral recently to pray for peace in Ukraine.
Throughout history, through all manner of disasters, Christians have prayed. People of other faiths do the same, and people without faith but with goodwill send positive thoughts out into the universe.
A PERSONAL connection has led a Hampton church-member to rally her church to call for peace in Ukraine.
ANGLICANS hope to support the people of Ukraine as Russian forces invade the country, leaving tens of thousands, displaced, wounded or dead.
A Melbourne Anglican ordination candidate fears for her family Ukraine, the country in which she was born.
The new leader of Melbourne-based Anglican Overseas Aid, Ms Jo Knight, said a priority for her time as CEO would be to engage younger generations in its work to sustain long-term partnerships and respond to issues such as climate change that could not be left to future generations.
Anglicans in Kyiv have requested prayer as Russian soldiers continue their advance into Ukraine.
UKRAINIANS in Melbourne are praying for their compatriots as they witness an intensifying war in their home country, as Russian troupes