In the building of the monastic complex of Kiev-Pechersk Lavra on fire.
About it reports a press-service of the Kiev management of the SSES.
Burning building in the Lavra, 23, it is included in the monastic complex of Kiev-Pechersk Lavra.
“According to preliminary data, the fire started in one of the rooms on the 2nd floor with subsequent spread of fire to the roof. Currently, the area is roughly 200 square meters”, – reported in gschs.
Burning Of The Kiev-Pechersk Lavra. Doesn’t look like smoke over the Sistine chapel.
Geplaatst door Yuriy Lashkay op Maandag 14 januari 2019
We will remind, earlier it was reported that the Primate of the Orthodox Church, Metropolitan Epiphanius said that the country will continue its existence, the Russian Orthodox Church.
“We understand that Ukraine will continue to exist Russian Orthodox Church, and there will be many willing to stay there, but we have nothing against it… the Bishop or priest with the community should decide. If they at a General meeting decide they want to voluntarily join the newly established PCU, respectively, come to us and we accept them in our structure of a single PCU”, — said Metropolitan.
As reported by the portal “Snaige” the press Secretary of the Ministry of culture Yulia Datsenko said that the audit of the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra found a shortage of property. In particular, during the census of property experts failed to find eight icons, a wooden bowl and a cross.
In turn, the representative of the Moscow priests, Archbishop Clement stated that there is no document that officially confirmed the existence of the Ministry of culture claims to the leadership of the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra because of the disappearance of religious values.
“Know.Eeyore” wrote that the religious community of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate in the Nikolaev area was transferred to the Orthodox Church of Ukraine.
Media noted that the Timiryazevka has become a pioneer in the South of Ukraine. On the eve it became known about the transition in the Orthodox Church community of St. Nicholas Church, the UOC-MP the village Vorsivka Malyn district, Zhytomyr region.