By: KDKA-TV News Staff
GREENSBURG (KDKA) – The people of Greensburg stood together in faith and solidarity with Ukraine on Thursday as war broke out.
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The Church of the Holy Sacrament in Greensburg, along with Bishop Larry Kulick, led a vigil for peace and safety for those on the path of Russian aggression.
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These moments on the world stage can also lend themselves to themselves, while we are advocating for the oppressed, are also a great moment for self-reflection, he said. our own spiritual and moral growth,” he said.
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The bishop said there are community members of Ukrainian heritage and others with ties to the country in need of spiritual support.
https://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2022/02/25/greensburg-ukraine-prayer-service/ Greensburg Bishop Larry Kulick Leads Prayer for Peace and Safety for Ukraine – CBS Pittsburgh