Rev Peter Galadza on joint Francis-Kirill statement: Ukrainians worldwide will be very disappointed

13 February 2016, 01:19 | Ukrainians outside of Ukraine | 0 |   | Code for Blog |  | 

Rev Peter Galadza, Acting Director and Kule Family Professor of Liturgy Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies (Ottawa) commented on joint statement signed in Havana:

"The inability to get any kind of reference in the joint statement to foreign aggression in Ukraine is a major flaw in an otherwise decent statement - Ukrainians worldwide will be very disappointed. And Antonii Pakanych's (metripolitan of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Moscow Patriarchate) prominence in the Moscow Patriarchate delegation without anyone even remotely representative of Eastern Catholicism (not to mention Ukr. Gr. Catholicism) is also very unfortunate."

On February 5 Rev Galadza signed a statement of the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies Regarding the Meeting of Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill of Moscow in Cuba

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    • Linda Knox | 27 June 2016, 15:32

      That’s your only complaint that Catholics were not singled out? You must have a limited understanding about the importance of the Encyclical and a lot of free time on your hands. Perhaps you should

    • pavloosh | 27 June 2016, 14:23

      "In particular, she addresses an appeal to governments in that region to protect the Christian populations – Orthodox, Ancient Eastern and other Christians – who have survived in the cradle of

    • Georgio | 26 June 2016, 17:05

      Враховуючи те, що на останньому архієрейському соборі УПЦКП було допущено можливість існування в рамках автономії, такий сценарій має місце. Поживемо побачимо.

    • Игил | 24 June 2016, 22:01

      Не дає!

    • Ігор Мицько | 24 June 2016, 13:51

      Чи це дає можливість легалізації канонічности УПЦ КП.

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