Head of the Catholic Church in Ukraine says "....we see horrific war crimes, mass graves with hundreds of lifeless bodies, people shot in the streets..."

UGCC Head Catholic Archbishop Sviatoslav of Ukraine, in his daily message: 

Glory to Jesus Christ!
Dear ones in Christ, brothers and sisters! Today is Sunday, April 3, 2022, and our Motherland, our Ukraine, is already experiencing the 39th day of this brutal, terrible war. Again during the last day, last night, our land is shaking from Russian bombs and missiles. Again, our cities and villages are on fire. Screams, cries, screams are heard today from the Ukrainian land to the heavens.
That night our glorious Odesa was hit by a rocket.  
 Fierce battles are being fought around Chernihiv, Sumy, Kharkiv, Donbas, and southern Ukraine. The indomitable Ukrainian Mariupol has been fighting for days.
But Ukraine stands. Moreover, the Ukrainian people are gaining a strange internal strength, strength, in order to defend their homeland, this strength, this determination is provided even by the horrible cadres that we see in the liberated cities and villages of Ukraine.
Just a few dozen kilometers from the center of Kyiv, in the liberated towns, we see horrific war crimes, mass graves with hundreds of lifeless bodies, people shot in the streets, sometimes with their hands tied, naked female bodies that did not burn. Europe saw such cadres only by liberating its towns and villages from the Nazis. Today Ukraine is contemplating this. And it is so important that the whole world sees and hears this.
The very fact of being able to see the Russian army trying to take looted property out of Ukraine is heartbreaking. The property of those innocently murdered whom they wanted to wipe off the face of the earth.
But Ukraine stands. Ukraine is struggling. Today is a holy day, a holy Sunday. And we rush to our temples again to stand before God's face in a nationwide prayer for peace, for the victory of good over evil, for the Lord God to bless Ukraine's best destiny. Today we will offer the bloodless sacrifice of the Body and Blood of our Savior, for our Ukrainian army, for the wounded, for our refugees, of whom there are already about ten million. Every second refugee is a child.
Today we will stand with our hands raised in prayer before our God, Creator and Savior, begging Him to stop this war.
Today I want to express my sincere gratitude to all those who will pray with us in different parts of the world. I would especially like to thank the Mariinsky Sanctuaries of Europe today for sending a letter to the President of Russia strongly condemning this war and demanding an end to this horrific aggression and bloodshed in Ukraine. I thank them for the letter to the President of the European Parliament asking them to accept Ukraine as a member of the European Union.
The largest Marian holiday places in Europe: Lourdes in France, Fatima in Portugal, Altotung in Germany, Mariazell in Austria, Czestochowa in Poland, Loretto in Italy - pray and support Ukraine. These are the centers that today shape the conscience and consciousness of Christians in Europe. We thank you for the fact that today the conscience of true Christians of the world, of different denominations, is with us.
God, save Ukraine and the world from war! God bless the Ukrainian people! God bless the Ukrainian army, which protects our people and frees Ukrainian cities and villages from the deadly hordes of those who attack us today! God, give Ukraine peace!
The blessing of the Lord be upon you with His grace and love of man always, now and always, and forever and ever. Amen.
Glory to Jesus Christ!

Source: UGCC Youtube Channel