OCU presents a book about "online communion"

The OCU book on "virtual sacraments". Photo: Alexander Drabinko's Facebook page

"Metropolitan" Drabinko said that he received from the printing house the first batch of a collection of publications by OCU representatives about "virtual sacraments".

The OCU presented the book “The Phenomenon of Online Communion”, which contains publications of representatives of this religious organization on the topic of “virtual sacraments”, reports Alexander Drabinko, the "metropolitan" of the OCU, on his Facebook page.

The book contains articles by “priest” Igor Savva, who previously blessed his parishioners “to receive communion online”, the OCU propagandist Dmitry Gorevoy on the topic of coronavirus and “virtual sacraments”, as well as other representatives and supporters of the schismatic structure. In total, the collection contains 3 sections on the topic of "digital" relations in the OCU.

After Igor Savva's statement about holding an "online communion", the spokesperson for the OCU Yevstratiy Zoria wrote that this "priest" does not belong to his religious organization. At the same time, Savva published a photo of the "service" next to Drabinko, as well as his antimins with his signature as "bishop" of Pereyaslav-Khmelnytsky and Vyshneve.

As reported, the "priest" of the OCU blessed the parishioners "to receive communion online".

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