Ukraine Celebrates Christmas on December 25 for the First Time Since 1917, Breaking from Russia’s Tradition.

The Shift Reflects a Cultural Move to Distance from Moscow Amid Ongoing War.

A Christmas Decorations Factory Outside Kyiv Continues Production Despite Russian Occupation. Workers Express Hope for Liberation and Create Baubles with Military Themes.

In Bucha, a Town Near the Factory, a Memorial Remembers Civilians Killed in Russian Atrocities. The Church of St Andrew Emphasizes Ukraine’s Connection to Europe, Not Russia.

Father Andriy Stresses Forgiveness Depends on Russian Repentance and the End of Invasion.

(Source: BBC)

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