Kharkiv, Ukraine, Mar 1, 2022 / 06:47 am
A bomb struck the headquarters of a Catholic diocese on Tuesday in the besieged Ukrainian city of Kharkiv.
Forty people were sheltering in the basement of the diocesan chancery when the bomb landed on March 1, but no injuries were reported, the Italian news agency SIR said.
UKRAINE LATEST 🇺🇦 The building of the Curia of the Roman Catholic diocese of Kharkiv-Zaporozhia was hit by a Russian missile today. Thankfully no one was hurt.— Latin Mass Society (@latinmassuk) March 1, 2022
This video received from a priest in Lublin shows a ruined room in the attic.#CatholicTwitter #Ukraine 🙏🏼 pic.twitter.com/03L3ixZUci
A video posted on Twitter by the Latin Mass Society of England and Wales showed debris strewn across the floor of a upper room in the chancery.