With some 66,000 war crimes reported since February 2022, Ukraine has filed charges of genocide by Russia with the International Court of Justice. More than 19,300 Ukrainian children have been abducted by Russia over the past year, according to Ukraine’s government.
Russia’s persecution of faith in Ukraine part of ‘cultural genocide’ campaign, say analysts
Eastern Catholic bishops in U.S. plead for peace, prayer for Ukraine, where ‘Jesus is crucified’
Since Russia launched its full-scale invasion on Feb. 24, 2022, more than 8,000 Ukrainian civilians have been killed and more than 13,200 injured along with an estimated 8 million refugees have been recorded across Europe.
U.S. Ukrainian Catholic leaders applaud International Criminal Court’s arrest warrants for Putin
More than 16,200 Ukrainian children have been abducted by Russia, according to Ukraine’s government.
Zelenskyy shows ‘Americans need Ukraine,’ says Archbishop Gudziak
Archbishop Gudziak joined a delegation of Ukrainian and Ukrainian American leaders at the U.S. Capitol for Zelenskyy’s Dec. 21 in-person evening address to Congress.
Vatican foreign minister visits Ukraine in sign of solidarity, support
Seeing scenes of a war on television is one thing, “touching this reality is another,” Archbishop Paul R. Gallagher, Vatican foreign minister, said in Ukraine.
‘Naked evil’ of atrocities in Ukraine seen as only ‘tip of the iceberg’
Shortly after Russian troops withdrew from towns surrounding Kyiv March 31, journalists and other eyewitnesses began releasing photos and videos of mass graves and mutilated bodies, some with their hands tied and bearing close-range bullet wounds
Ex-Salvadoran colonel goes on trial in Spain for 1989 Jesuit murders
A former military commander accused of killing six Jesuits and two women working with the Society of Jesus during El Salvador’s civil war went on trial June 8 in Spain.