HUNDREDS of Ukrainian, Lithuanian and American Parishioners Form “Human Chain” for Ukraine

August 28, 2022 BROOKLYN, New York – A Human chain was formed this Sunday morning at 11:15 a.m. from Annunciation Roman Catholic Church, corner of North 5th and Havemeyer Streets, to Holy Ghost Ukrainian Catholic Church, located at North 5th Street and Driggs Avenue, in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. To mark Ukraine Independence Day.

The procession was led with the American, Ukrainian, and Lithuanian flags, stopping outside Holy Ghost Church where a prayer service started immediately following Mass. The main celebrant of the Mass is Ukrainian Catholic Church Bishop Paul Chomnycky of the Eparchy of Stamford.

The Human chain, Mass, and prayer service were held recognize Ukrainian Independence Day, celebrated annually on August 24th, and promote continued solidarity among the people of Brooklyn and Ukraine.

Video by Oliya Scootercaster and @NewYorkCityPeople (FreedomNewsTV)

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