10 July the parish collection Ukrainian community living in the capital of Romania, with the participation of the Charge d'Affaires of Ukraine in Romania Teofil Rendyuka and diplomats of the Embassy of Ukraine in connection 'connection with the establishment of the first Ukrainian Orthodox Church headed by Mr. Father Dmitry Kolotylo .
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The launch of the service in Ukrainian in Bucharest will take place in accordance with the implementation of the agreements reached during the official visit to Romania of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko April 21, 2016 and his meeting with his Beatitude Patriarch Daniel of the Romanian Orthodox Church. The Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church approved at a meeting on June 6-7 this year, establishing Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Bucharest, which belongs to the Ukrainian Orthodox Vicariate in the Romanian Patriarchate.
Mr. Dmitry Kolotylo father was appointed the Romanian Patriarchate and the Ukrainian Vicariate of Romania rector of Ukrainian Orthodox Church, which work in Bucharest. During the meeting of the parish, Father Dmitry Kolotylo suggested that the church was called the Holy Virgin, the feast which is celebrated on October 14. Father Dmitry Kolotylo said that every beginning is difficult, but it relies on the support of the entire Ukrainian community Bucharest, which officially counts 240 people. Also discussed Ukrainian church premises. The first proposal was to worship in Ukrainian occurred in the basement of the monastery Kashin Bucharest and the other concerned the construction of the tree 'of wooden churches.
Charge d'Affaires of Ukraine in Romania Teofil Rendyuk stated that the establishment of a Ukrainian church in Bucharest is an element of reciprocity Ukrainian-Romanian relations through the churches, given the fact that Kiev Pechersk Lavra operates Romanian Orthodox Church. He added that the Ukrainian Church in Bucharest will be a factor supporting consolidation of Ukrainians and Ukrainian community in Bucharest.
In turn, the head of Ukrainian Union of Romania Nicholas Petretskyy assured that Ukrainian church in Bucharest will factor in preserving Ukrainian language and culture and promised that the URA to support the Ukrainian church, including the issue of the construction of the premises.
Father Dmitry Kolotylo offered to send a thank Patriarch Daniel of the Romanian Orthodox Church for permission to establish a Ukrainian church in Bucharest. Also, a delegation from the newly established Ukrainian parishes in Bucharest will travel to Kyiv to thank the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. At the end of the parish assembly, Father Dmitry Kolotylo Ukrainian urged Romania to true love and unity.
Also in the collection of questions have been raised in support of the Romanian Orthodox Church process of becoming a United Local Orthodox Church in Ukraine. Subscribe to news "MB " in social networks VK , Classmates , Facebook