Chancellor of UOC leads Divine Liturgy in Prague

Metropolitan Anthony, liturgy in the church in honor of the Holy Martyr Lyudmila the Czech. Photo: UOC DECR

During the service held in the temple of Holy Martyr Lyudmila the Czech, the UOC Hierarch was concelebrated by Metropolitan Sergiy of Barnaul and Altai.

On February 2, 2020, with the blessing of the Primate of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, His Beatitude Metropolitan Onuphry of Kiev and All Ukraine, the UOC Chancellor, Metropolitan Anthony (Pakanich) of Boryspil and Brovary performed the Divine Liturgy in the church of Holy Martyr Lyudmila the Czech in Prague (Czech Republic). This was reported by the DECR website of the UOC.

During the service, Metropolitan Anthony was concelebrated by the head of the Altai Metropolitanate of the Russian Orthodox Church, Metropolitan Sergiy (Ivannikov) of Barnaul and Altai, as well as the clergy of the church.

As reported by the UOJ, on December 22, 2019, the UOC hierarch, Archbishop Nikolai (Kapustin) of Kremenchug and Lubny, took part in the Divine Liturgy in Lodenica near Prague in the nunnery of Vyacheslav and Lyudmila the Czech, headed by abbotess Valentina (Gangur).

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