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Ukrainian seminary reopens in Rome

January 25, 2016

The Ukrainian Pontifical College of Saint Josaphat in Rome has reopened following a two-year closure for renovations.

The first Ukrainian seminary in Rome opened in 1596, and the current seminary dates from 1932. It now houses 50 students, who come from Belgium, Macedonia, and Poland as well as Ukraine, L’Osservatore Romano reported.


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