In the Patriarchal Cathedral in Kyiv say goodbye Lubomyr Husar, the entrance is open to all

In the Patriarchal Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ in Kyiv on Sunday, June 4, say goodbye to the former head of the UGCC his Beatitude Lubomyr Husar.

In the temple the morning conducted three liturgies in the place to pay their last respects to the cardinal, going people.

Cathedral doors will be open around the clock, to say goodbye to Guzar everyone.

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Near the tomb of cardinal will last devotional readings.

Will end with a farewell on Monday, June 5, Episcopal Liturgy, and the Rite of burial. The Cathedral will come to about 600 priests from different diocese of Ukraine and from abroad.

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In prayer will be attended by the personal envoy of Pope Francis, Archbishop Cyril Vasyl, Secretary of the Congregation for Eastern Churches.

His Beatitude Lubomyr will be buried in the crypt of the Patriarchal Cathedral on June 5 at 11:00 o’clock.

Recall, the motorcade with the body of Patriarch Lubomyr arrived in the capital the previous evening, may 4, after a farewell course in Lviv.

Cardinal Lubomyr Husar died may 31 in Kiev.

February 26, former head of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church his Beatitude Lubomyr, turned 84 years old.

He was a Bishop of the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church, cardinal of the Catholic Church; from January 28, 2001 — the Supreme Archbishop of Lviv, from 25 August 2005 to 10 February 2011 the Supreme Archbishop of Kyiv and Halych head of the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church.