Ukrainian Catholic Priest Father Ighor Fedoryshyn, who is pictured at a camp near the front lines in his embattled homeland, has sent the following message (translated using Google) via John Jushchyshyn of Upper Darby, Pa.
Glory to Jesus Christ.
Sir Ivan, I was again in Kiev, praying in the street of the dead heroes posvyachuvav hundred self-defense. Ukraine and Ukrainian continue their struggle for the independence of our country.
I am chaplain “right market” that the most active in this fight is not easy. Six weeks back I want to go to the square, we can not stand aside while. when people fight and die for their rights. Wife quarrels with me, to let go, worried about me, but my civic duty to be where my people, where are my heroes. We will continue our repair an old hut in this time of peril is difficult to allocate funds for the repair and the street, but when the win, everything will fall into place. The main thing is not to lose fight to the end. Transfer greeting to his wife, children and all those Ukrainian America that . . . care about the future of our country, our country.