Cardinal Konrad Krajewski to consecrate a new church in Lviv

15.07.2020, 13:47
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The Mass on July 18 will be attended by Roman and Greek Catholic clergymen along with representatives of the Orthodox Church.

Cardinal Konrad Krajewski, who is responsible for the charity ministry on behalf of Pope Francis, will consecrate the church of the parish and the Family Center of St. John Paul II, located in the southern part of Lviv (Sokilnyky, Striyska 6).

The consecration will take place on Saturday, July 18, 2020, at 15:00. This is reported by ‘Daily Lviv’ (Shchodennyi Lviv).

Cardinal Conrad is known as the guardian of the needy of Rome, who is visiting the streets and cells of refugees. He took care of a family whose electricity was turned off for debt. Cardinal Konrad Krajewski was a close collaborator, a witness to the life and death of St. John Paul II. He accompanied the Pope during the Liturgies.

The Roman Catholic parish of St. John Paul II is known for organizing events such as” Roman Christmas", street concerts and activism events for children, in particular, the first Christian summer camp online. Its rector serves people in prison and infectious diseases hospital.

The Center of St. John Paul II, whose heart is the temple located near the historic site of the Pope's visit in 2001, considers its goal to maintain the style and teaching of the Saint.

The service will be held in compliance with quarantine regulations, and the vast majority of participants will pray outside the church premises. The organizers request to wear masks and take designated seats.