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UGCC priest is released from captivity
15 Jule 2014, 07:46 | Religion and policy | 0 | | Code for Blog | |
Father Tikhon Kulbaka, a priest of the UGCC on Donetsk, who had been captured by the terrorists in early July, is now free and there is no threat to his life. It was reported by protestant pastor Serhiy Kosyak on his Facebook page.
“Dear brothers and sisters and everyone who prayed and was anxious about Greek-Catholic priest Fr. Tikhon (Serhiy Kulbaka), Fr. Tikhon was released and stays in a safe place”, he reported.
Serhiy Kosyak stated that the Greek Catholic priest is depressed. He was threatened with death in the captivity.
His emotional condition is very depressed and he is physically exhausted. When I talked to him, he was crying as a child. I won’t go into details about his release and the conditions in the captivity, but is man has faced death several times and might have reconciled with it. Thanks God, Fr. Tikhon is alive and free.
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