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A Vehicle for the Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Belarus


Father Roman Murzicz has recently taken over as the pastor of the Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Orsha, an industrial town in …

Belarus: ‘Pope Francis is concerned about the situation in the country’


“The work of foreign priests is made more difficult because they must regularly apply for a permit to carry out pastoral work. This permit may be revoked at any time.”

Help for the Construction of Saint Anthony‘s Parish in Belarus


Mahiljou, or Mogilev, is the third largest city in Belarus, with a population of over 381,000. It lies on the river Dnieper, in the east …

Help for the Training of 25 Seminarians in Belarus


For many years, ACN has helped the Diocese of Grodno in Belarus with the formation of its seminarians. 25 young men currently study there, and …

Archbishop Kondrusiewicz

Barred from re-entry into Belarus, archbishop calls for prayer


“In this country, which is seen as peaceful and moderate in the eyes of the world, one brother has raised his hand against another brother [and] blood was shed.”

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With Churches’ blessing, Belarus is writing a new page in its history


“These things create opportunities for a sense of freedom and democracy to develop, so open and constructive dialogue with those in power is extremely important.”

A Car for Dominican Sisters in Belarus


In 1992, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, three Dominican Sisters from Poland moved to Belarus and began their apostolate in the town of …

Belarus: ‘The Church is not demanding any privileges, but insists on its rights’


“Without a concordat in place, the Church in the Republic of Belarus cannot completely fulfil its mission as it does in other countries.”

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