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St. Patrick’s Cathedral Victims of Holodomor Requiem Service

St. Patrick’s Cathedral Victims of Holodomor Requiem Service

Join us at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City on November 18th for a solemn requiem service, as we come together to remember and honor the victims of the Holodomor, one of the most tragic chapters in Ukraine’s history. Pay your respects and stand in solidarity with the Ukrainian community in this moving commemoration.

Date and Time

November 18th, 2023, 1 p.m. EST

Location

St. Patrick’s Cathedral
14 E 51st St. New York, NY 10022

March From The East Village to Saint Patrick’s Cathedral

St. George Ukrainian Catholic Church (at 30 East 7th Street)

10:30am for a solemn procession up 3rd Avenue.


The Ukrainian-American community will mark the 90th anniversary of the Holodomor, Stalin’s 1932-1933 Famine Genocide in Ukraine, with a solemn procession beginning in the East Village at 10:30am.

Participants will gather at St. George Ukrainian Catholic Church (at 30 East 7th Street) by 10:30am for a solemn procession up 3rd Avenue. The Memorial March will end at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, where a requiem service sung by the Ukrainian Chorus Dumka of New York will take place beginning at 1:00pm.

Participants should dress in embroidered shirts or else dark and muted tones.

We encourage everyone to bring and carry with them a stalk of wheat or candle. Marchers can prepare and carry flags as well as informational signs and banners, so long as they do not incorporate any wooden, metal or plastic rods, which are not allowed under our permit. Signs and banners are not allowed into St. Patrick’s Cathedral, must be left outside.

Participants will gather at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, where a requiem service sung by the Ukrainian Chorus Dumka of New York will take place beginning at 1:00pm.

WE ASK EVERYONE TO PLEASE BRING WITH THEM A CANDLE (BATTERY), TO BE LIT DURING THE “CANDLE VIGIL PROCESSION” in St. Patrick’s.

We ask you to circulate this information to your respective members, friends and family. We must never forget the millions of innocent victims of Ukraine’s Genocide of 1932-1933.

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