Letter from Br. Błażej: Night 205

September 17, 2022
Capuchin Communications

September 17, 2022

Below is a report by Br. Sergey K. – an account for people with strong psyche and healthy nerves, and maybe a little faith is needed. Below….. Lord, forgive them….

The Word… Once again the Word encourages me to be open to listen to God, to his Word and not to myself and my thoughts. “Blessed are those who keep the Word of God in a good and noble heart and bear fruit through their perseverance.” Let’s ask God that we be that land on which the Word falls and bears fruit. God is love.

Jesus said to everyone: “If anyone wishes to follow Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow Me. For whoever wants to keep his life will lose it, and whoever loses his life because of me will keep it.” God is love!!!

We live in war, we do not live by war.

A visit of the mother general of the Josephite Sisters in Starokostiantyniv. (photo) By the way, there was a change in the superior. Sister Svetlana became a new superior. We thank Sister Egidia very much for her service. (photo)

Visit of Cardinal Konrad Krajewski together with Bishop Jan Sobiło to our parish and fraternity in Dnipro, as well as to the convent of Ursuline nuns. Br. Yaroslav, guardian and pastor in Dnipro invites you to watch video/photo. https://youtu.be/8YeFr5QVjGU

A while ago I spoke with Mrs. Ola—she came from Kramatorsk some time ago, started going to church, volunteers to help in the garden… A very good person. Now she told me about the fate of her niece.
The niece lived in Izyum. The Russians entered there back in March. They entered quickly. The niece did not manage to escape. From that time on, they lost contact with her. Now Izyum has been liberated several days ago. So the affairs of the Russians are being uncovered. Today Ms. Ola received information about her niece… She was found in a basement killed, with her eyes gouged out, her 4-year-old child with his hand chopped off was lying on top of her… They did not manage to escape… This is where I think it is necessary to keep quiet… And ask with God for strength. Such are the stories around us….

May God bless us and may he guard you and grant you peace.