As we approach the Feast Day of St. Job of Pochaev, one of the most loved and revered of the Orthodox saints, Bishop Paul Peter Jesep continues his non-partisan counsel in the style of the divine wisdom of St. Job.

As we approach the Feast Day of St. Job of Pochaev, one of the most loved and revered of the Orthodox saints, Bishop Paul Peter Jesep continues his non-partisan counsel in the style of the divine wisdom of St. Job.

 

Jesep: “The European Union has been increasingly frustrated with Ukraine’s leadership for a variety of reasons.  Persecuting homosexuals will only further isolate Ukraine from its European family.”

 

America’s most renowned editorial cartoonist takes home some vivid impressions from a visit to Ukraine

In this latest presentation, Bishop Paul Peter Jesep continues his non-partisan counsel in the style of the divine wisdom of St. Job of Pochaev, so beloved and revered by the Ukrainian people

In his latest offering, Bishop Paul Peter Jesep interprets what he believes to be the divine wisdom of St. Job of Pochaev to guide Ukrainians at this important period in their history.

“…one of the key issues of current elections is the energetic independence of the state, as one of the key components of national security of Ukraine, which requires utmost attention and is bound to be one of the main priorities of all branches of power.”

 

Ukraine’s half-step into Putin’s Common Economic Space adds another brick to the gravestone marking the end of Ukraine’s dream of European integration.

 

“…as parliamentary elections approach and his Party of Regions continues to struggle in the polls, Yanukovych has decided to keep a campaign promise to his base in the east and advocate for the promotion of Russian to an official language. It is in no way as a pro-Russian decision, but a base political one.”

 

Survey by most respected research organizations finds most Ukrainians think events in Ukraine are developing in wrong direction

 

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