Ukrainian girl not allowed to prom because of the “wrong faith”

174

www.vsyako.netPhoto: news.church.ua

Schoolgirl Kristina Valusek of the Chernivtsi region of Ukraine was not allowed at prom because of religious conflict. Interview with girl’s mother published on the website of the information Department of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church-Moscow Patriarchate (UOC-MP).

According to Caroline Veluwe, the incident occurred due to the fact that their family remained parishioners of the UOC-MP, while most of the villagers moved into the newly created Orthodox Church in Ukraine (PCU). She said that supporters of the DNC tried to make the children of the parishioners of the UOC-MP the outcasts.

“I began to shout: “Take your moskalsky money, we want nothing from you! You to the prom will not go to you weren’t there!””, — she told Christina about how he tried to take the money on the exhaust in the presence of the mother of one of his classmates Natalia Borysiuk. According to the girl, Borisyuk a few minutes I went for her at school, throwing in her money.

Himself on prom night a girl was not allowed, also at the insistence of the parishioners of ptsu in the Yearbook she was photographed separately.

Earlier it was reported that in Lviv region the teacher of singing was abandoned 11-year-old student because of the support of his family Vladimir Zelensky in the presidential election. “I will not be able to work with a man who, in my opinion, changed the basic provisions of the patriotism and love to their language and culture,” wrote the artist.

Ptsu was established on 15 December 2018 to the unification Council, initiated by the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew and the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. It included mostly representatives of the schismatic churches, with chapters of which Constantinople removed the anathema a few months before. ROC broke Eucharistic communion with the Ecumenical Patriarchate immediately after the lifting of the anathema with the Ukrainian schismatics in the fall of 2018. The canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church remained part of the Moscow Patriarchate did not recognize the results of the unification of the Cathedral.

Video, photo All from Russia.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here