On Remembrance Day of victims of the Holodomor in the St. Sofia Cathedral in Kyiv took place a joint inter-confessional prayer for those who died from hunger. The prayer was conducted by the heads and authorized representatives of churches and religious organizations of Ukraine. From the side of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church for the victims of the Holodomor prayed His Beatitude Lubomyr, Major Archbishop of Kyiv and Halych." />

In St. Sofia a joint prayer for victims of the Holodomor

Monday, 30 November 2009, 20:32
On Remembrance Day of victims of the Holodomor in the St. Sofia Cathedral in Kyiv took place a joint inter-confessional prayer for those who died from hunger. The prayer was conducted by the heads and authorized representatives of churches and religious organizations of Ukraine. From the side of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church for the victims of the Holodomor prayed His Beatitude Lubomyr, Major Archbishop of Kyiv and Halych.
On Remembrance Day of victims of the Holodomor in the St. Sofia Cathedral in Kyiv took place a joint inter-confessional prayer for those who died from hunger. The prayer was conducted by the heads and authorized representatives of churches and religious organizations of Ukraine. From the side of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church for the victims of the Holodomor prayed His Beatitude Lubomyr, Major Archbishop of Kyiv and Halych. In St. Sofia prayers to the Lord were heard by the President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko together with the wife Mrs. Kateryna Yushchenko and their children, higher public state officials, in particular the prime minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko, secretary of CNSDU (Council of National Security and Defence of Ukraine) Raisa Bohatyriova, vice prime minister Ivan Vasyunyk, ministers, national deputies, representatives of KCSA (Kyiv City State Administration) and public organizations, intelligentsia, and others. This information was reported by the official web site of the President of Ukraine.

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