From the UOC-KP at the Cathedral will arrive 120 people

От УПЦ КП на Собор прибудут 120 человек

From the UOC-KP in the Unification Council will participate more than 40 bishops

One of the three Orthodox churches that will participate in the creation of a unified local Church in Ukraine, to the Unification Council will present more than 120 people.

To the Unification Council, which will take place on Saturday, December 15, there will be more than 40 bishops of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kyiv Patriarchate. About it report Ukrainian news with reference to the speaker of the UOC-KP Archbishop yevstratiy Zorya, the.

“A little more than 40 bishops, plus two (for each person of the Bishop)”, – he said.

According to the order of Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, each Bishop will be able to take to the Cathedral two people: a cleric, monk or layman. Thus, in General, from the UOC-KP in the Cathedral will be attended by over 120 people.

Eustratius Zorya stressed that the lists already compiled.

The press service of the Kyiv Patriarchate also reported that the Council of bishops, which is today, December 13, was held in the residence of Patriarch Filaret, “it was decided to take part in a Council composed of bishops, representatives of clergy, laity and monks, according to the blessing of his Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew”.

Earlier the UOC-KP called the date of presentation of the Tomos. According to Archbishop yevstratii, its Ecumenical Patriarch will be awarded to the head of the local Orthodox Church after the joint Liturgy in Constantinople.

 

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