The Washington Post: Pope Francis and other Christian leaders around the globe have encouraged believers to fast and pray for Ukrainians on Ash Wednesday, a day when many Christians are reminded of their mortality with a swipe of ashes to their foreheads.
Christianity Today: Ash Wednesday in a time of war
Religion News Service: Litton will become the first SBC president in four decades to not seek reelection after his first one-year term.
Scientific American: Children are worried by Russia’s attack and need explanations about what is going on, a family counselor says.
The Conversation: Conceived by the Russian defense minister after the country’s illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014, the cathedral embodies the powerful ideology espoused by President Vladimir Putin, with strong support from the Russian Orthodox Church.
America Magazine: “She tells us how her family wanted to be here in solidarity with the suffering of people in Ukraine, and she invites everyone to events at their faith community.”
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