25 June 2016
Vadym Novynskyi Commented on Parliament's Address to Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople
Why did the Verkhovna Rada lay itself open to universal ridicule and adopt the Address to His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew? The document adopted by the Parliament is not only null and void from a legal point of view (as it contravenes the applicable law and was signed by the speaker, A.Parubiy, contrary to the Regulations), but it is also disastrously illiterate from a historical, canonical and theological viewpoint.
22 June 2016
Novynskyi Talks about New Challenges to Orthodoxy and Ukraine
According to the People’s Deputy, Vadym Novynskyi, some deputies are attempting to adopt a law to limit the activities of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church
19 June 2016
Happy Holy Trinity Day
Blessed art Thou, O Christ our God, Who hast revealed the fishermen as most wise by sending down upon them the Holy Spirit - through them Thou didst draw the world into Thy net. O Lover of Man, glory to Thee! Happy holiday my friends! Happy ...
01 May 2016
Happy Easter!
Today is a wonderful holiday, the most significant, the happiest and the most life affirming of all the feasts. Today millions of Christians, together as a family, will go to church and receive the millennial good news of the Resurrection of Jesus ...
30 April 2016
Metropolitan Antonii and Vadym Novynskyi Bring Holy Fire to Ukraine
On April 30, the eve of Easter Sunday, the Holy Fire was brought on a special flight from Jerusalem to Kyiv. A lamp with a flame from the Holy Fire was delivered to Ukraine by the Bishop of Boryspil and Brovary, Chancellor of the Ukrainian Orthodox ...
04 March 2016
The transfer of Sofiya Kyivska’s Refectory to the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kyivan Patriarchate will leave it without its UNESCO Heritage Status – MP Novynskyi

Attempts by the Ukrainian Ministry of Culture to make the leadership of the National Reserve Saint Sophia Cathedral of Kyiv conclude an agreement with the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kyivan Patriarchate for the free use of the national architectural monument – the Refectory (Malaya Sofiya) - will jeopardize the existence of an integral site and will lead to its losing its status as a UNESCO world heritage site, thinks Vadym Novynskyi, an MP and member of the Parliamentary Committee on Culture and Spirituality.

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