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Tetiana Derkach

  • 27 February 2018, 15:27 | Open theme | 

    Re-registration of religious organizations in ‘Luhansk People’s Republic’: mockery of freedom of conscience

    While some church entities in Ukraine are vocal in declaring persecution and unacceptable interference of Ukrainian state authorities into internal church affairs, some very interesting processes are developing in the temporarily occupied territory of the Luhansk region (hereinafter “LNR”) that suggest comparison with Ukrainian “persecutions”.

  • 18 October 2017, 08:08 | Analysis | 

    Laws on reintegration of Donbas: a wake-up call for UOC-MP

    At one time, Metropolitan Onufriy, the Primate of the UOC-MP, when asked about Russia's aggression in the Crimea, answered as he probably considered the top of moderation: “I'm not a politician, I cannot answer this question.”

  • 18 November 2016, 14:19 | Tetiana Derkach's column | 

    No trifles of oligarchical-hierarchical life

    So, Novinsky has become involved in the extraordinary scandal that Prosecutor General’s Office qualifies as complicity in criminal offense aimed at removing the already late Primate of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church Metropolitan Volodymyr from the Metropolitan throne in favor of another hierarch.

  • 26 January 2016, 22:56 | Tetiana Derkach's column | 

    Excessive Act

    The Moscow patriarchs who tactlessly and irrepressibly played up to exalted Kremlin automatically set in motion the protest forces and centrifugal mechanisms inside the church structure they led.

  • 11 August 2014, 17:12 | Tetiana Derkach's column | 

    Sultry August 2014: UOC (MP) waiting for Vox Dei

    The departure of Metropolitan Volodymyr (Slobodan) from the vale of sinners exposed a serious gap of spiritual, emotional, intellectual and human resources on which a huge, clumsy and archaic machine called UOC (MP) tried to survive.

  • 26 May 2014, 11:29 | Tetiana Derkach's column | 

    Hybrid War of the ROC

    There is probable no one who has not asked himself in the past six months why the Patriarch keeps silent. The war goes on in his ‘subordinate’ canonical territory unleashed by the hands of his ‘subordinate’ president, the union with whom is to save Russia, and the Patriarch either sews up his mouth, or talks idly about “Peace to the world! War to the war”.