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Logistics sometimes wins." He said the family also celebrated Ukrainian Christmas, traditionally Jan. Father Vasyl Rudeyko, a liturgy scholar at Ukrainian Catholic University, said that, in Ukraine, the economic reasons will also influence how and when families celebrate Christmas."We will have closer cooperation with the West, and those who work with the Western partners will face the issue," he said.As a result, you may find, on occasion, that certain prices are no longer available.In 2005, Vadim Dashkevich took on the role as pastor at Spring of Life Ukrainian Church in Orangevale, California.This region of Sacramento County is home to 200,000 Slavic-speaking immigrants, of which only 30,000 attend church.Their location makes them the ideal home for Slavic speaking people and immigrants from the former Soviet Union.Many faithful are questioning why Ukraine is celebrating Christmas as the Russian Orthodox Church.In the media, there are appeals to religious leaders to move the date of Christmas and "celebrate with the whole world." Some, however, warn that this issue should be approached cautiously.
On August 30, Soltys was arrested in the backyard of a family member's home without incident in Citrus Heights, California.The boy was later found by police but he had already bled to death.Soltys' car was found in the vicinity of his mother's house, and in a search of the vehicle a note with information on location of his son was found.Nikolay Alekseyevich Soltys (May 19, 1974 – February 13, 2002) was a fugitive charged by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California in a federal and state arrest warrants for seven murders of his family members in and around the Sacramento area in August, 2001.On August 20, 2001, Soltys, a Ukrainian immigrant, drove to the home of his aunt and uncle where he killed the couple and his two young cousins.