Ukrainian priest: We are tired and losing hope

Fr Roman Ostrovskyy, Vice-Rector of the Greek Catholic seminary in Kyiv, expresses the sense of downtroddenness felt by Ukrainians in this third year of the conflict in their country. He says that, on the darkest days, faith keeps him going.

11 June 2024
By Svitlana Dukhovich "As long as a person is alive, there is always hope, a desire to see things change for the better and believe that we can make a difference." Speaking to Vatican News, Father Roman Ostrovskyy, Vice-Rector of the Greek-Catholic seminary in Kyiv, shares his reflections on the Bull "Spes non confundit," with which Pope Francis recently proclaimed the upcoming Jubilee Year. Father Roman is a biblical scholar, having studied biblical theology at the ...
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