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This is Christmas - Celebrating a Divine Liturgy

December 11, 2015
Ukrainian Catholic Bishop Paul P. Chomnycky of Stamford, Conn., anoints a woman with holy oil after celebrating a Divine Liturgy marking the feast of the Nativity at St. George Ukrainian Catholic Church in New York Jan. 7. The parish follows the tradition of the church in Ukraine and celebrates Christmas according to the Julian calendar. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)
Ukrainian Catholic Bishop Paul P. Chomnycky of Stamford, Conn., anoints a woman with holy oil after celebrating a Divine Liturgy marking the feast of the Nativity at St. George Ukrainian Catholic Church in New York. The parish follows the tradition of the church in Ukraine and celebrates Christmas according to the Julian calendar.
CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz

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