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    University Holds Prayer Service for Ukraine

    Rev. Dr. Eduard Shestak, a native Ukrainian Byzantine Catholic priest and theology instructor at The University of Scranton, led a prayer service for Ukraine in the Byzantine Rite Chapel in Ciszek Hall prior to spring break.
    March 21, 2022

    The University of Scranton held a Byzantine Catholic prayer service for Ukraine in the Byzantine Rite Chapel in Ciszek Hall on campus just prior to spring break. Rev. Dr. Eduard Shestak, a native of Ukraine and Byzantine Catholic priest and theology instructor at the University, led the Molében to the Precious and Life-Giving Cross.

    Since Feb. 26, The University has lit the Ukraine flag in its three-story, Class of 2020 Gateway sign to show support for the people of Ukraine. Rev. Joseph Marina, S.J., president of The University of Scranton, also addressed the crisis happening in the Ukraine in an Ash Wednesday message sent to the University community on March 2.

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