Moscow, June 9, Interfax - At their meeting in the Vatican on June 10, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Pope Francis are expected to discuss possible future contacts, but it remains unknown whether the pontiff's possible visit to Moscow will be discussed, the Russian leader's aide Yury Ushakov told reporters.
“I think that they will discuss possible further contacts,” he said.
However, Ushakov declined to say whether or not Putin would invite Pope Francis to visit Moscow.
“This issue concerns not only the state,” but also the Russian Orthodox Church, he added.
Since you are here…
…we do have a small request. More and more people visit Orthodoxy and the World website.
However, resources for editorial are scarce.
In comparison to some mass media, we do not make paid subscription.
It is our deepest belief that preaching Christ for money is wrong.
Having said that, Pravmir provides daily articles from an autonomous news service,
weekly wall newspaper for churches, lectorium, photos, videos, hosting and servers.
Editors and translators work together towards one goal: to make our four websites possible -
Pravmir.ru, Neinvalid.ru, Matrony.ru and Pravmir.com. Therefore our request for help is understandable.
For example, 5 dollars a month is it a lot or little?
A cup of coffee?
It is not that much for a family budget, but it is a significant amount for Pravmir.
If everyone reading Pravmir could donate 5 dollars a month,
they would contribute greatly to our ability to spread the word of Christ,
Orthodoxy, life's purpose, family and society.