Patriarch Filaret to mothers of the fallen Ukrainian soldiers: Thank you for bringing up such sons

1 March 2018, 13:42 | Faith and weapon | 0 |   | Code for Blog |  | 

On February 28, Patriarch Filaret received at his residence of the widows and relatives of the fallen Ukrainian soldiers - servicemen of the 128th Transcarpathian brigade. This is reported by the official site of the UOC-KP.

The meeting also attended bishop of Uzhhorod and Transcarpathia Varsonofiy, deputy chairman of the Synodal Department of Social Service, chaplain Serhiy Dmitriev and commander of the 128th separate brigade, Colonel Serhiy Sobko.

 

The head of the Kyivan Patriarchate posthumously awarded with medals "For patronage and love for Ukraine" the soldiers who gave their lives for the Motherland. In giving distinctions to widows and relatives of the fallen heroes, the Patriarch said: "Thank you for bringing up such sons, men who, despite their love for you, have given their lives for Ukraine. Thanks to them, we have freedom, and for their love let the Lord brings them where the love is - the Heavenly Kingdom"

 

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    • Agiopolis | 18 June 2018, 19:32

      Мученики Христові, убиті слугами диявола з кремля...

    • Михаил | 17 June 2018, 21:47

      Вдумайтесь, без криков, истерик и "патриотизма". Кому предоставлять автокефалию? Единой Украинской церкви? А где она? Для начала её надо создать. А потом уже, даже не предоставлять

    • Mauricio | 16 June 2018, 04:47

      He is preparing to announce recognition of the one and only UOC. The so called UOC-MP will be just what it is : ROC. A parasite in Ukraine

    • mischa | 15 June 2018, 22:13

      Моливо якщо буде Божа Воля, то многостраждальна Україна отримає томос і стане канонічною об'єднаною православною країною. Божа любов переможе.

    • Jim Dietrich | 15 June 2018, 20:25

      Several years ago, the Orthodox Patriarchs of Constantinople, Antioch, Alexandria and Jerusalem met as a group and issued a joint declaration that Ukraine is NOT part of the canonical territory of

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