Chaplaincy service to become official part of Ukraine’s Armed Forces

The Ukraine Ministry of Defense is working on the urgent issues of introducing the Military Chaplaincy Service into the Armed Forces. Military chaplains will soon be part of the Armed Forces of Ukraine,” Maliar said following the meeting with Metropolitan Klyment, who takes spiritual care of one of the military units deployed at the front lines

Hanna Maliar, the deputy Minister of Defence noted that in times of war, the role of chaplaincy in the Armed Forces is seen as extremely important. Many priests are on the front lines, side by side with the military, offering spiritual assistance to Ukraine’s defenders. The work of a military chaplain is multifaceted and requires special training for applying priests. Read more on this link from Ukraine.

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