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Milan Sasik

Milan Sasik

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Milan Šašik (September 17, 1952 Lehota, Slovakia) is Bishop of the Eparchy of Mukacheve.



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Born on 17 September 1952 in Lehota, Slovakia. After primary and secondary schools in 1971 - 1976 he was student rates philosophy and Theology in the High Seminary in Bratislava.

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July 31, 1971 he entered the missionary Congregation of Lazarists. September 27, 1973 has made perpetual vows.

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6 June 1976 was ordained a priest. Later served a variety of pastoral work, was originally chaplain, then - the pastor. For permission Vatican, Fr. Milan Shashik served in two ceremonies: the Greek Catholic and the Latin.

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In 1990 in 1992, studied at the Pontifical Institute of Spirituality "Teresianum" in Rome and where he received a master's degree.

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On October 5, 1992 to 7 July 1998, he worked at the Apostolic Nunciature in Ukraine. Then within a year was director of the novitiate of the Congregation of the Fathers Lazarystiv in Slovakia. In August 2000 he returned to Ukraine and became a pastor in Perechyn, Transcarpathia.

November 12, 2002, Pope John Paul II appointed Fr. Milan titular bishop of Bononia, Apostolic Administrator ad nutum Sanctae Sedis Diocese of Mukachevo Greek Catholic Church.

6 January 2003 in St. Peter's Basilica in Rome was episcopal consecration.

In addition to his native Slovak, he speaks Ukrainian, Italian, Czech, Russian and Polish. He is of Ruthenian ethnicity.


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