UOC asks Poroshenko’s advisors to find prayers for RF army in Service books

The Service book is a liturgical book of Slavic Orthodox rites, intended for deacons, priests, and bishops

Met. Jonathan is ready to give President's advisors Service books to assure them: at Divine services in the UOC, they do not pray either for Putin or the RF army.

Metropolitan Jonathan (Yeletskikh) of Tulchin and Bratslav and priests of the Tulchin eparchy of the UOC are going to give advisors to the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko Service books, reports Metropolitan Jonathan’s official website.

Clerics of the Tulchin eparchy of the UOC are planning to attach a “respectful request” to their gift to find in the liturgical books “non-existent fake prayers for the Russian army and for the RF President V.Putin”.

On November 28, during a visit to the Ascension Church of the “Kiev Patriarchate” and communication with residents of the Kozelets village in the Chernigov region, Petro Poroshenko said that in the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, services begin with a prayer for Kirill and Putin.

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