OCU "priests" in Ivano-Frankivsk sing "Our father Bandera"

03 January 2021 20:51
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 “Clergy” of the OCU sings “our father Bandera”. Photo: screenshot from facebook “Clergy” of the OCU sings “our father Bandera”. Photo: screenshot from facebook

The “priests” of the OCU in Ivano-Frankivsk performed the nationalist song “Our father Bandera” about the rebels who beat the “Muscovites”.

On January 1, 2021, the "clergy" of the OCU from Ivano-Frankivsk city, during the celebration of the 112th anniversary of the birth of the OUN (b) founder Stepan Bandera, after the "requiem" in his honor, performed the song "Our father Bandera". A video about this was posted by the mayor of the city Ruslan Martsinkiv on his Facebook page.

The representative of the OCU "archimandrite" Feognost Bodoryak said that the "requiem" for Stepan Bandera was held on the European Square of Ivano-Frankivsk.

It is also known that the song "Our father Bandera" was performed by the "priests" of the Holy Trinity Cathedral of the OCU.

Facebook users in the comments under the post of Feognost Bodoryak are perplexed: "Well, I thought that your father is a Father in heaven?"

Earlier, the UOJ wrote that the OCU clerics and students sang about Bandera and hatred for Russians at Christmas.

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