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Missionary Oblates remain with the people of Ukraine

By March 11, 2022March 14th, 2022Fr. Adam’s Ministry

Help Ukraine Now

Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate serving the people of Ukraine

UKRAINE: There are more than 30 Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate in the

invaded country now by the Russian army. After the fall of Communism, the Oblates

were among the first Catholic priests to enter the country rebuilding churches and

places of worship. They are engaged in social works to benefit poor people. OMI

missionaries are also in charge of the Chernobyl area parish

UKRAINE: Pavlo Vyshkovsky OMI in St. Nicholas Church in Kiev became a centre of

help for the population. In this photo from yesterday, March 8, medicines are delivered

to doctors in Chernobyl. Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate in Kiev, Tyvrov,

Czernichow, Poltava and other oblate houses stand by the people.


Fr. Vadim Dorosz, OMI

Emergency help organized by the Missionary Oblates in Poland

Poznań: oblacka pomoc dla Ukrainy. Busy z darami wyruszyły do Zahutynia

Odessa: Despite the war, the Church cares for the needy

Odessa: pomimo wojny Kościół troszczy się o potrzebujących

Father Pavlo Vyshkovkyy brings us his experience in Ukraine, as Russia continues its

push to overtake the country. Don’t miss out on the latest news, discussion and analysis

from a Catholic perspective.

Fr. Adam Filas

The missionary oblate of Mary Immaculate and the Roman Catholic priest. Originally comes from Poland, the beautiful area of Tatra mountains. In the past 30 years worked in Northern missions, English Parishes, Polish Parishes including organizing and building St. Eugene de Mazenod church in Brampton. Now works for Oblate Mission Procure - Assumption Province.