The Chernivtsi-Bukovina diocese of the UOC said that after the presentation of the tomos and the “unification council” in Bukovina, no unification of the supporters of the schism took place, but there were as many as … 4 dioceses, with 4 “ruling bishops”, and diocesan administrations.
“They are still at odds with each other on the pages of social networks. Dioceses overlap each other like a sandwich, repeating the borders of the Chernivtsi region.
Three years later, after receiving the tomos, they could not determine among themselves which of them was the main one and could not come to an understanding, therefore, over time, there are only more and more different currents of the split:
– Chernivtsi diocese of the OCU
– Chernivtsi-Kitsman diocese of the OCU
– Chernivtsi-Khotyn diocese of the OCU
– Chernivtsi-Bukovina diocese of the Kyiv Patriarchate, ”the Telegram channel writes.