Children and Youth Sejm Meeting.
Anniversary murder of about 200 inhabitants of the village of Sochy by the Nazis, Lublin Province (1943).
Birth Anniversary of Vasyl Velechkovsky CSsR (born in Stanislaviv - died June 30, 1973 in Winnipeg) - Ukrainian Catholic priest of the Byzantine-Ukrainian rite, Redemptorist, Blessed of the Catholic Church.
In 1920 he entered the Theological Seminary in Lviv. In 1925 he made his first vows at the Redemptorist Fathers in Holosko near Lvov, and was ordained priest on October 9, 1925 by Josyf Bocian, the bishop of Lutsk and all of Volhynia. He was a teacher of the faith and a missionary in Volhynia, and from 1942 an ihumen of the monastery in Tarnopol, where in 1945 he was arrested and sent back to Kiev. His death sentence was commuted to 10 years of forced labour. In 1955 he returned to Lviv. He was secretly ordained bishop in Moscow in 1963. He was imprisoned a second time in 1969 for three years, and after his release was forced to leave Ukraine. He died on 30 June 1973 in Winnipeg, Canada; according to one theory, he was injected with a slow-acting poison before leaving Ukraine.
Ordained as Greek Catholic bishop of Lutsk on February 4, 1963 in Moscow by Metropolitan Josyf Slipyi. He was imprisoned a second time in 1969 for three years. Beatified by Pope John Paul II on June 27, 2001 at the Hippodrome in Lviv during the Mass combined with the beatifications of martyrs of the Catholic Church of the Byzantine-Ukrainian rite, celebrated in the Byzantine-Ukrainian rite, during the pilgrimage of John Paul II to Ukraine.