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Svetlana Picta: The UOC has ended its existence

Svetlana Picta: The UOC has ended its existence

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» new post published Svetlana Picta - an Orthodox activist, a woman with many children from Kiev, who was forced by radicals to leave Ukraine:

OK it's all over Now. The UOC ended its existence, just after the collapse of the state of Ukraine - the surrender of the remnants of sovereignty to the Poles. Logically. Thirty years of shame, torment - and death.
They propose a merger with the schismatics - the OCU. “Only,” they ask, “do not take away our temples and property, otherwise we will be under you.”

"The Ukrainian Orthodox Church invites the schismatic Orthodox Church of Ukraine to resume dialogue.

“The existence of a schism [in Ukrainian Orthodoxy] is perceived by the Council as a deep painful wound in the church body. But even in such crisis circumstances, the Council does not lose hope for the resumption of dialogue. In order for the dialogue to take place, the representatives of the OCU need, in particular, to stop the seizure of churches and the forced transfers of parishes of the UOC, ”the Council’s resolution says.

Oh, how far-sighted those monasteries turned out to be, which took care in advance to remain directly subordinate to the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia!

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