This week we meet with the Vicar General of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Australia and Parish Priest of St Andrew’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, Lidcombe, Sydney: the Very Rev. Archpriest Fr Simon Ckuj. He is here to inform us about the reality of what is actually happening in Ukraine at this very devastating time.
We focus on the spiritual and historical significance of the country and the faith of the people and formation of the Ukrainian orthodox and Catholic Churches. Touching upon the Byzantine tradition and it’s development.
Fr Simon then proceeds to provide us with some very important 3 Practical Tools for us to better our faith and learn from the faith and persecution of the Ukrainian People. As it can act as an example for us at this present time to deepen our relationship with God.
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