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  • 20 years on from Chernobyl

    26 April will be the 20th anniversary of the disaster in Chernobyl. Around Europe, people will remember the world's worst non-military nuclear catastrophe.

    This will be also an occasion for involvement of churches across the continent. The church has a responsibility for the pastoral care of victims and their families, still suffering from ill-health or reawakened grief. However, it is also an occasion for the church to ask questions about the use of the nuclear power, and also to the wider relationship between human beings and the natural world.