Another priest of the UOC doused with green antiseptic dye

Kiev, June 23, 2022

Photo: Photo: Information has come to light about yet another outrage committed by members of the schismatic OCU, who doused a priest of the canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church with a green antiseptic known as “zelenka”, reports Interfax Religion, citing the Information and Educational Department of the UOC. “Zelenka” is the malicious schismatics’ attack liquid of choice because it quickly permeates the skin and is almost impossible to wash off.

During this year’s Paschal period, instead of “let us embrace one another with love”, two men poured the infamous green antiseptic over Archpriest John Stets, rector of the Holy Cross parish of the Uman diocese in the village of Bolshaya Sevastyanovka, Khristinovsky district, the Cherkasy region.

Two men riding mopeds and wearing helmets arrived at the parish house and doused the priest, his car and the house church with green antiseptic, threw feathers at the yard and wrote obscenities on the fence.

According to the UOC, the attackers were detained, but later released.

As reported earlier, a similar incident occurred on May 22 in the Lvov region, where Archpriest Vladimir Mandzyuk, rector of the Resurrection Church in the city of Stryi, was splashed with “zelenka” in the face right during Divine liturgy.

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James6/25/2022 11:48 am
Ioann: I am sure that they are doing that, too. It's because of crazies like these that the Ukraine is in such a terrible state, with all it's neo-nazi fanatics provoking Russia. The Russians are protecting the people of Donbas, while these crazies are attacking priests. Can't you see the difference?
Ioann6/24/2022 7:53 am
Antiseptic and "threw feathers?" At least these OCU-ers didn't throw grenades or lob mortars. No artillery shells either. Neither did they launch grad rockets, thermobaric missiles, or cruises missiles.
Alex6/23/2022 10:01 pm
What evil people. May the Lord have mercy on them!
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