Posts Tagged ‘Bishop Pavlo Honcharuk’

Ukraine: “We are prepared for sudden and unexpected death”

Monday, August 22nd, 2022

A conversation with the 44-year-old bishop Bishop Pavlo Honcharuk of the Ukraine Latin diocese of Kharkiv – Zaporizhzhia. Honcharuk describes life in his diocese at the moment. Could you describe the situation in your diocese, which has become the main theatre of this terrible war? Our Church is alive and active! Priests and faithful are Read more

“We don’t have time to be frightened”

Thursday, March 3rd, 2022
We don’t have time to be frightened

Under constant attack from Russian invading forces, a priest continues to minister in under-siege Ukraine, saying “We don’t have time to be frightened. We are staying and helping the people to survive this situation”. Brother Vasyl spoke with Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) from a village near Mariupol in south-east Ukraine. Mariupol is Read more

Catholic charity commits $1 million to aid Ukraine’s 6,229 religious

Monday, February 28th, 2022

A Catholic aid organisation is sending emergency support to the faithful in Ukraine as Russia invades the country. “The situation is getting worse every day. We live now from hour to hour” said Bishop Pavlo Honcharuk of Kharkiv, in a Thursday press release. He leads one of the dioceses that Aid to the Church in Read more