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Ukraine, seven churches destroyed in Lugansk on Orthodox Easter

| 24.4.22 |
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Ukraine, seven churches destroyed in Lugansk on Orthodox Easter

 "In the Lugansk region, Russia destroyed at least seven Orthodox churches" on Orthodox Easter. The head of the regional military administration, Sergiy Gaidai, wrote on Telegram, stating: ""Russian peace" destroys everything in its path. It does not need people, homes, businesses or cultural monuments. Russia erases everything in its path. They meet from Luhansk. Even what they believe: Orthodox churches. The Cathedral of the Nativity in Severodonetsk withstood four direct blows. 

Despite this, today the Easter morning rite and Divine Liturgy took place in the crypt ". Under the "permanent Russian bombing" of Lugansk there are currently "eight civilians killed, two injured, at least seven houses and one police station destroyed". " The St. Catherine's Church in Shchastie, a cultural heritage, was partially destroyed " continued Gaidai. " Russian army artillery fire hit the St. Mitrophan church in Lysychansk and the church in honor of the Virgin Mary from Moscow to Rubezhnoye . 

The Church of San Michele in Popasna has been damaged. In Rubizhne, a new building was damaged: The Church of St. Russian Soldiers attacked the church of St. Mitrophan in Lysychansk and the church in honor of the Virgin Mary of Moscow in Rubezhnoye. The Church of San Michele in Popasna was damaged. 

In Rubizhne, a new building was damaged: Church of St. Soldiers The Russians attacked the church of St. Mitrophan in Lysychansk and the church in honor of the Virgin Mary of Moscow in Rubezhnoye. The Church of San Michele in Popasna was damaged. In Rubizhne, a new building was damaged: the Church of St. Mitrophan.

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