Two doctoral students from Fribourg following the traces of the Apostle Paul
From 15 to 17 January 2024, on the initiative of Metropolitan Job, an international conference took place in Antalya on the topic of "The Apostle Paul in Antalya. Memory. Testimony". Anna Heidelk and Dr…
Einsiedeln Abbey invites to an "Ecumenical Vespers" on Sunday, 14 January 2024.
One week before the start of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, an Ecumenical Vespers will take place in Einsiedeln Monastery, in which a large number of communities from different Christian traditions…
The award founded by Jean-Louis Leuba for an excellent ecumenical research work is newly announced
The "Prix Jean-Louis Leuba" is awarded annually for the best work in the field of theology of ecumenism and/or the better knowledge of Christian traditions. Applications have to be submitted until 28 February…
Prof. Astrid Kaptijn honours Bishop Dimitrios Salachas, who passed away on 16 October 2023
On 16 October 2023, Professor Emeritus of the Law of the Eastern Churches and former Apostolic Exarch of the Greek Catholic Apostolic Exarchate of Greece, based in Athens, Mons. Dimitrios Salachas.
Ecumenical study trip with students and doctoral students to Hungary
From 28 September to 2 October 2023, a group of students and doctoral students accompanied by Prof. Barbara Hallensleben travelled to Hungary. The occasion was the presentation of the German translation…
Ernst Christoph Suttner
The Study Centre congratulates Prof. Ernst Christoph Suttner!
On 4 October 2023, Prof. em. Ernst Christoph Suttner celebrates his 90th birthday. As Professor of Patrology and Studies of the Eastern Churches at the University of Vienna from 1975 to 2002, he promoted…
Peace in Ukraine is possible - an alternative view by Jeffrey D. Sachs
Jeffrey D. Sachs adopts a critical stance towards the role of the USA and NATO in the Ukraine conflict. He warns: "NATO enlargement to Ukraine means perpetual war and Ukraine's destruction". Sachs is Director…
The Community of Sant' Egidio invited representatives of denominations and religions to a Meeting for Peace from 10 to 12 September in Berlin. Prof. Barbara Hallensleben spoke in the forum "The Word of…
PHILOXENIA warns of humanitarian disaster in the Caucasus
"Hunger is the invisible weapon of genocide". The PHILOXENIA Circle of Friends, of which Prof. Hallensleben is a member, calls for intervention in the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, where some 120,000 Armenians…