Head of UGCC holds open lecture ‘Ethics of Virtue and Eastern Christianity’ at Thomas Aquinas Institute in Kyiv


   Recently, His Beatitude Sviatoslav (Shevchuk), head of the UGCC, held an open lecture, “Ethics of Virtue and Eastern Christianity” at the Institute Thomas Aquinas in Kyiv. At the beginning a Latin Mass was celebrated by Archbishop Thomas Edward Gullickson, Apostolic Nuncio to Ukraine, in concelebration with the UGCC Primate and Roman and Greek Catholic clergy, the website of Kyiv Three Saints Theological Seminary reports.

Vatican Observatory Director: history of the Universe


   “Stories from another world” is the title of a major exhibition opening this spring in the Italian city of Pisa that was jointly organised by Italy’s National Institute of Nuclear Physics, the Physics Department of Pisa University and the Vatican Observatory.

The Feast of the Epiphany of Our Lord Jesus Christ


   The Feast of the Epiphany of Our Lord Jesus Christ is one of the oldest Christian feasts, though, throughout the centuries, it has celebrated a variety of things. Epiphany comes from a Greek verb meaning "to reveal," and all of the various events celebrated by the Feast of the Epiphany are revelations of Christ to man.

Christian Organizations call on Ukrainians to conduct national Prayer on January 22


   A number of Christian organizations addressed Ukrainians with a call to conduct a joint national prayer at 2 p.m., on January 22, at the main squares of the towns and villages of Ukraine.

Christmas message from His Beatitude Sviatoslav


   Most Reverend Archbishops and Metropolitans, God-loving bishops, reverend clergy, reverend monks,
Beloved brothers and sisters, in Ukraine and in the diaspora.
   Today the Church of Christ calls us not just to celebrate this holiday, but invites us to praise and meet God, who came to us in the human body, and fasten the presence of the heavenly child.

Christmas 2011: Let there be light


   As the great bells of St. Peter’s basilica rang the hour and the December sun set behind Michelangelo’s dome, from beneath the Arch of the Bells, one by one they emerged; the pilgrims of Ukraine, Greek Catholic, Latin and Orthodox to light their Christmas tree in the heart of St Peter’s Square.

First Catholic TV channel launched in Kyiv


   On December 8, Archbishop Petro Malchuk, Ordinary of the Kyiv-Zhytomyr Diocese of the Roman Catholic Church, launched the first Catholic TV channel in Kyiv, the Television of the Eternal Word EWTN. From now on, the viewers of Volia company will be able to watch EWTN on TV in Kyiv.

Head of UGCC denies accusations of proselytism made by representative of UOC-Moscow Patriarchate


   The head of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Patriarch Sviatoslav Shevchuk, denied accusations of proselytism made by a local representative of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church-Moscow Patriarchate after his visit to Kirovohrad.

Nativity scene in St. Peter's Square will be dedicated to Mary


   This Christmas, the nativity scene in St. Peter's Square will be dedicated Mary, the Mother of God, also in view of the beatification earlier this year of John Paul II, who was profoundly devoted to Our Lady.

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