Fastiv, 08.03.2022

Praised be Jesus Christ!

The situation around Fastiv remains quite tense. We suppose Russian troops may come closer to our city. We do not lose our enthusiasm and we try to help evacuate people.


Today 104 people left Fastiv for Poland, including parents with children with disabilities. This is extremely difficult: sick children have to leave their world, which they know well, and go on a journey that lasts over a day to a safe place. An extremely unpleasant and sad sight when families have to separate. However, the most important thing is to ensure the safety of women and children. At this point, I would like to thank our Polish partners for their support and kindness. Yesterday’s group has already arrived in Lublin and has been accommodated.


Today we were visited by people from Irpień, Bucza and Worzel, who had to hide in their own homes for about 2 weeks and watch their neighbors die. Now they are in a safe place, we expect that some of them will leave for Poland tomorrow.


We continue our assistance to Territorial Defense, hospitals and all the people who come to us. Thank you for the help we received, we will share it tomorrow. Another batch of help came to us from our friends from “Charytatywni na Freta”. Thank you for your amazing and poignant dedication, for your sleepless nights and tireless hands!


We send wishes to all women on the occasion of the Spring Festival! Of course, our girls received flowers from the boys. The visit of a volunteer cosmetologist was also a surprise for us!
We trust the Lord!
о. Michal ОР

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