What struck me the most during this visit, when meeting people – was their Hope and Strong Will never again to be enslaved, and their deep Faith that the Lord God has not forsaken them! And we shall not forget them, for their fate pertains to all of us!
Responding to Pope Francis’s stated desire to meet with Patriarch Kirill whenever the Russian prelate is ready, a spokesman for the Moscow patriarchate criticized the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, the largest of the Eastern Catholic churches in full communion with the Holy See.
The meeting was dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the conciliar Decree on Ecumenism, the publication of which was a turning point in interfaith relations and which, in fact, opened a new page in relations between the Churches. “Is half a century much or little?”-Representatives of denominations wondered.
Roman and Greek Catholic bishops issued a joint communiqué in which they address the congregation with a call for peace and remind the newly elected MPs of their responsibility to the community and share their views on the family.
The Church of Elijah the Prophet in Dori, which was built in the 30's of last century, was burned to the ground this spring. Local residents decided to restore it. The wood is ready and the basement has been made.
On November 5, 2014, a meeting of the Ukrainian Catholic Bishops of Canada and the United States of America was held in Parma, Ohio, after the episcopal ordination of Bishop Bohdan Danylo, second bishop of the St. Josaphat's Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Parma.
The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Eparchy of Saint Josaphat announces the following ordination and enthronement services of His Grace, Bishop BOHDAN will be broadcast on thier website http://stjosaphateparchy.com.
On October 24, 2014, in the recollections center of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Lviv, located in Bryukhovychi near Lviv, the annual meeting of the Eastern Catholic hierarchs of Europe began, this time it is devoted to the 25th anniversary of the UGCC’s leaving underground.
“In order to not miss the chance we have to work. Stop stealing, taking bribes and raking in money, and start working for the society.” This opinion was expressed by Archbishop Emeritus Lubomyr (Husar) in an interview with Krayina (The Country) magazine.