Polish hierarch takes part in the Liturgy of UOC in Vladimir-Volynsky

Metropolitan Vladimir (Melnik) of Vladimir-Volynsky and Kovel and Bishop Paweł (Tokajuk) of Hajnowski. Photo: Vladimir-Volynsky Eparchy

Bishop Paweł (Tokajuk) of Hajnowski arrived in the Vladimir-Volynsky Eparchy with the aim of supporting the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and witnessing unity with it.

On November 17, 2019, an episcopal Liturgy was held in the Assumption Cathedral of Vladimir-Volynsky with the participation of the hierarch of the Polish Orthodox Church, Bishop Paweł (Tokajuk) of Hajnowski, reports the press service of the Vladimir-Volynsky Eparchy of the UOC.

The Divine Liturgy, co-celebrated by the Polish bishop and the clergy of the cathedral, was led by Metropolitan Vladimir (Melnik) of Vladimir-Volynsky and Kovel. 

At the end of the service, Vladyka Paweł addressed the audience with words of support and gratitude, emphasizing that everyone who goes to God will receive salvation in prayer.

 As reported, earlier Bishop Paweł (Tokajuk) of Hajnowski declared that in Ukraine there is only one blessed Church with apostolic succession - the Ukrainian Orthodox Church headed by His Beatitude Metropolitan Onuphry of Kiev and All Ukraine.

If you notice an error, highlight the text you want and press Ctrl + Enter to report it to the editor.


What will happen if the Church of Greece recognizes the OCU?
it will put itself out of Orthodoxy
it will give rise to global recognition of the OCU by Local Churches
nothing will happen, the Greeks will be the first and the last to recognize the OCU
Total votes: 560


Система Orphus