The grim future of communion with the Russian Orthodox Church
I had close friendships in Russia. Then Putin went to war.
The need to reimagine its structure has never been greater.
We live between variants; we also live between Advents.
For Simone Weil, paying attention means asking, ”What are you going through?”
The history of Russian and Ukrainian Orthodoxy suggests the answer is complicated.
What can the US do to change Putin’s political calculus?
The creation of a new body echoes old hostilities.
How did Russia's longstanding sense of grievance morph into a civil religion?