Thriving young religious community in Ukraine
CWN - January 11, 2012
A recently-formed Ukrainian religious community has attracted two dozen young vocations, according to the community’s founder.
“After years of oppression, the people are glad to be able to live their faith openly,” notes Sister Margret Obereder, mother superior of the Redemptoristine Nuns. “Alongside the Redemptorist spirituality, the newly-founded community is rooted in the Ukrainian, Greek-Catholic tradition.”
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