"Exhausted but unbroken and free in spirit," - RCC Bishop Vitaly Kryvytsky on the returned POW

23 September, 11:11
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"Exhausted but unbroken and free in spirit," - RCC Bishop Vitaly Kryvytsky on the returned POW - фото 1
Chairman of the Church-State Commission at the conference of bishops of Ukraine, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kyiv-Zhytomyr Vitaliy Kryvytsky SDB commented on the return of 215 POWs to Ukraine.

This is reported by the official website of the Roman Catholic Church in Ukraine.

"Exhausted but unbroken.

They were kept captive for a while yet remained free in spirit.

We wish them a speedy recovery.

We are grateful to God for heeding our prayers.

I am grateful to those who took the initiative to return our men home.

Let us continue to pray for those in captivity and those who never returned from there.

For God, everyone is alive, and He has the power to save them," the Bishop wrote on his Facebook page.

On the night of September 21-22, an exchange of prisoners was reported. 215 Ukrainian soldiers returned to Ukrainian soil. Out of these, 108 are Azov fighters.