Ukraine newsFrom Fr. Andrzej Juchniewicz O.M.I., Superior of Oblate Mission in Belarusvia:

“While writing these words, I risk prosecution before the Belarusian court, but I would like this objection to be heard publicly.”

“…ashes on our heads, at this point in history, for many Belarusians, this gesture is not only symbolic, but expresses an inner state: an experience of deep shame and depression.  Because from our country, from our land, there are war attacks by Russians, provocations and the holocaust of the Ukrainian nation.”

“On my behalf and on behalf of all Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate who serve in Belarus, I would like to express our deepest solidarity and spiritual support to our confreres in Ukraine and to the entire Ukrainian nation.”

“…we have decided to pray together with our parishioners every day for the conversion of Russia and Belarus and for an immediate end to the war in Ukraine. Today in the parish in Szumilin there is a 24-hour adoration of the Blessed Sacrament for this intention.”


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