The major earthquake that shook the Caribbean nation of Haiti overnight has become yet another in a series of natural disasters to hit this already vulnerable nation, the poorest in the western hemisphere.
The temblor, which registered 7.3 on the Richter scale and struck
What does the Bible say about climate change? What are the theological insights churches can offer to a world facing an unprecedented ecological crisis? These questions, addressed at a public seminar on “Creation and the climate crisis” attended by church representatives to the UN climate summit in Copenhagen on 15
As the excitement of the Copenhagen climate change talks subside, the time for matching reality with expectations has begun. From the perspective of the World Council of Churches (WCC) the outcome of the negotiations unfortunately did not match expectations.
People around the world made their way to Melbourne, Australia, for the Parliament of the World Religions held on December 2-9, 2009.Rev. M.S.Skariah Ramban (Delhi) and Fr.K.Y. Chacko represented Indian Orthodox Church at the Parliament.
The Ecumenical Council of Kerala Christians in the US Capital celebrated 2009 Christmas on Saturday December 5, 2009.On a wintry day blessed with the first snow falling, Priests and members from twelve churches and their friends assembled in the main sanctuary of the
International Orthodox Psychotherapy Conference will be held on June 21-25, 2010 at Cenacle Retreat House, Chicago. The International Orthodox Psychotherapy Conference is held every two years in venues across the globe. The purpose of the conference is to bring
Ecumenical Council of Kerala Christians in the Baltimore, Virginia and Washington area is celebrating its 2009 Christmas on Saturday, December 5, 2009 at Southern Asian Seventh-Day Adventist Church. The venue is located at 2001 East Randolph Road, Silver
The 2009 General Assembly of the National Council of Churches and Church World Service, was held in Minneapolis, Minnesota from November 10 -13, 2009. Delegates from Malankara Orthodox Church to the NCC General Assembly were Zachariah Mar Nicholovos (Assistant
The head of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC), His Holiness Patriarch Pavle, has died in Belgrade at the age of 95, it has been announced.The patriarch passed away at 10:45 CET on Sunday, at Belgrade's military clinic VMA, where he had been receiving medical treatment
The Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew was received today at the White House in the Oval Office by President Barack Obama on Nov 3, 2009. This reciprocal visit to the one paid by President Obama earlier