Ukrainian Catholics Pray for Peace as 100,000 Russian Troops Stand at Border

Saturday, 29 January 2022, 21:09
More than 100,000 Russian troops are at Ukraine's border. This as the US and NATO allies warn President Vladimir Putin not to invade. Archbishop Borys Gudziak, Metropolitan Archbishop of Philadelphia for Ukrainian Catholics in the US and Head of the Department of External Church Relations for the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, shared EWTN News his thoughts on what he is hearing from his parishioners and those in the community.

With Day of Prayer for Peace in Ukraine, Archbishop Gudziak discusses the power of prayer and whether he thinks the faithful in Ukraine are encouraged by these prayers. He explains the parallels between this situation and the nativity story. The archbishop tells how U.S. can support those suffering.


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