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Declaración del Comité Central del CMI sobre la guerra en Ucrania: “la guerra, con las matanzas y todas las demás desgracias que conlleva, es incompatible con la naturaleza misma de Dios”

Lamentando la guerra ilegal e injustificable “infligida al pueblo y al Estado soberano de Ucrania”, el Comité Central del Consejo Mundial de Iglesias, denunció “los terribles y crecientes niveles de muerte, destrucción y desplazamientos forzosos; la destrucción de las relaciones entre los pueblos de la región y la intensificación —como nunca antes— del antagonismo profundamente arraigado entre ellos; la confrontación en aumento a nivel mundial; el mayor riesgo de hambruna en las regiones del mundo que sufren de inseguridad alimentaria; las dificultades económicas y el agravamiento de la inestabilidad social y política a nivel mundial”.

WCC central committee statement on war in Ukraine: “war, with the killing and all the other miserable consequences it entails, is incompatible with God’s very nature”

Deploring the illegal and unjustifiable war inflicted on the people and sovereign state of Ukraine” the World Council of Churches (WCC) central committee lamented the awful and continuing toll of deaths, destruction and displacement, of destroyed relationships and ever more deeply entrenched antagonism between the people of the region, of escalating confrontation globally, of increased famine risk in food insecure regions of the world, of economic hardship and heightened social and political instability in many countries.”

WCC fellowship prays for living together in peace

On the International Day of Living Together in Peace declared by the United Nations, members of the World Council of Churches (WCC) fellowship from countries troubled by war and conflict gathered to pray for sustainable peace in the world.

Diaconal work in Europe is shaped by response to humanitarian crisis in Ukraine

The future of diaconal work in Central and Eastern Europe, particularly in the context of the war in Ukraine and aftermath of the war between Azerbaijan and Armenia, was discussed this week at the meeting organized by Interdiac, the International Academy for Diakonia and Social Action, Central and Eastern Europe in Český Těšín, Czech Republic.

Padre Ioan Sauca: “Dios está del lado de los que sufren”

El Consejo Mundial de Iglesias (CMI), desde el primer día de la guerra en Ucrania e incluso en los meses anteriores, ha estado trabajando y orando fervientemente por la paz en este conflicto y en todo el mundo. Desde el principio, el CMI ha pedido el cese inmediato de las hostilidades armadas, que se detenga la guerra y ha hecho un llamado para que se ponga fin de inmediato a los ataques indiscriminados que afectan cada vez más a la población civil de Ucrania. El servicio de noticias del CMI se reunió en línea con el secretario general en funciones del CMI, el Rev. Prof. Dr. Ioan Sauca, para conocer las últimas novedades sobre la labor del CMI.

Fr Ioan Sauca: “God is on the side of those who are suffering”

The World Council of Churches (WCC) has, since the first day of the war in Ukraine and even in the months before, been working and praying earnestly for peace in this conflict and throughout the world. From the beginning, the WCC has called for an immediate end to armed hostilities, to stop the war and has appealed also for an immediate end to indiscriminate attacks with an escalating impact on civilians in Ukraine. WCC News met online with the WCC acting general secretary Rev. Prof. Dr Ioan Sauca to get the latest update on the work of the WCC.

WCC expresses abhorrence at reported atrocities in Ukraine

World Council of Churches acting general secretary Rev. Prof. Dr Ioan Sauca, upon hearing reports that give stronger indications of grave violations of international law in Ukraine, expressed abhorrence at these reported atrocities, and called for full investigation.