Cardinal Krajewski has just left Fatima, where he led the consecration of Russia, and is headed back to Ukraine.
Cardinal Konrad Krajewski, the man in charge of the Pope’s charity work, is visiting Ukraine for the second time, the director of the Vatican press office informed Vatican media on March 26.
He is driving an ambulance donated by Pope Francis to the city of Lviv, still relatively untouched by Russian bombing in the west of the country.
Having just left Fatima in Portugal, where he celebrated the consecration of Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary on March 25 at the same time as the Pontiff in Rome, the Polish prelate is already on the road again, this time in the direction of the war zone.
He will gift the municipal authorities with the ambulance recently blessed by the head of the Catholic Church.