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17.02.2010
The UGCC Synod’s message

 

The Synod’s message for the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the legalization of the UGCC, the 65th anniversary of the death of Metropolitan Andrey (Sheptytskyj), and the 25th anniversary of the death of Patriarch Joseph (Slipyj)

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06.02.2010
DECREE ON ECUMENISM (UNITATIS REDINTEGRATIO)

The restoration of unity among all Christians is one of the principal concerns of the Second Vatican Council. Christ the Lord founded one Church and one Church only. However, many Christian communions present themselves to men as the true inheritors of Jesus Christ;

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06.02.2010
CHARTA OECUMENICA

Guidelines for the Growing Cooperation among the Churches in Europe

 

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VICTIMS OF WW II TO BE REMEMBERED

On May 8, 2010, a commemoration of the victims of WWII will be held in Lviv. The main event of the commemoration will be an inter-religious prayer for the dead at the place of the former Yaniv concentration camp and in two places of the Yaniv cemetery, namely, at the burial place of German captives and near the memorial sign for the perished civilians of Lviv. Greek Catholics, Roman Catholics, Protestants, Orthodox, Jews, and representatives of other religious communities of Lviv have already volunteered to participate in the prayer. RISU’s Ukrainian-language web page posted this story on May 4.

The event is initiated by the Justice and Peace Committee and the Committee for Promoting Christian Unity of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. It will be held with the assistance of the Ukrainian Catholic University and the Lviv City Council.

«On May 8, European countries mark the Day of Remembrance of all the victims of WWII. By prayer, moments of silence, cleaning up graves, and discussions we wish to respect the victims of WWII, promote purging our memory of the war from ideological myths, mark the victory over the Nazism, remember the crimes of Communism and all the totalitarian regimes,» said the head of the Justice and Peace Committee of UGCC, Lesia Kovalenko.

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