Superior General visits Ukraine
The Superior General of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Fr. Luis Ignacio Rois Alonso, visited the Delegation of Ukraine from the 3rd to the 9th of December 2022.
Oblates continue to stay close to the suffering people
UKRAINE – Fr. Witalij Podolan, O.M.I., the Delegation Superior of Ukraine, wrote the following letter explaining the current situation in the country.
Ukrainian youth festival: hope wins over hate
UKRAINE: The “Breath of Life” festival organized by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate offered three days of reflection and fraternity for young people in Tyvriv, near Vinnytsia.
Testimony of an Oblate military chaplain
Fr. Vadim Dorosh OMI, as a war chaplain, for several years has been systematically travelling to the front line and serving the soldiers.
Message from the Delegation Superior in Ukraine
Father Vitaliy Podolan, O.M.I. Superior of the Delegation in Ukraine, writes to the whole Oblate family.
“We will remain with them and will never leave them alone”
UKRAINE: Montse Alvarado of EWTN, interviewed Fr. Pavlo Vyshkovskyi, OMI, on the current situation of Ukraine.
Ukrainian Oblates give shelter to people in their houses.
UKRAINE: In this country there are about 30 Oblates in 9 houses, in addition to the community in Crimea and another in the Russian Caucasus.
Oblates, always close to the people
The whole world is praying for Ukraine. During the day, many people called us, assuring us that they were praying with us.
On the current situation in Ukraine
Letter from Fr. Paweł Zając OMI, Provincial of Poland about the current situation in Ukraine.
“The role of the Church is to be with people, pray and point to God” – Bishop Radosław Zmitrowicz OMI
Bishop Radosław Zmitrowicz OMI is an auxiliary bishop of Kamieniec-Podolski in Ukraine. In an interview with Fr. Marcin Wrzos, OMI comments on the situation in the country.
Let us pray for peace in Ukraine
UKRAINE: In a short video, the Oblates in Ukraine ask us to pray for them and the people.
Oblates begin their ministry in the Lutsk diocese
UKRAINE: Oblates began their ministry in three parishes of the diocese of Lutsk.