- Expеrt opinion
- Religious studies
- Religions in Ukraine
- About Us
Events & people
How does it feel - to abandon ambitions or favorite work and go to the east of Ukraine, in the thick of war at the age of 20-22?
In the Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv on October 6, Canon Dr. Michael Bourdeaux gave a lecture "Religious freedom in Ukraine: the contribution Keston College (1969-89)."
20 years ago, the war in Bosnia and Hercegovyna (B&G) was ended. Without exception, that war has touched every family.
2 December 2014, 13:11 | Events & people |
Belgian by his origin, for 8 years he has worked in Rwanda. He founded an international school of prayer and evangelization named“Jeunesse Lumiere” and organizes missions for youth around the world.
3 February 2014, 16:31 | Events & people |
The past year brought such significant and even historic events as the election of a new pope, the celebration of the 1,025th anniversary of the Baptism of Rus, the consecration of the Patriarchal Cathedral of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, and more. RISU asked its readers, experts in religion, theology, journalism, politics, and public figures about who and what stood out to them from the previous year.
29 May 2013, 20:11 | Events & people |
The XIV National Ukrainian Festival will take place in Sydney from 7–9 June 2013 under the slogan “Past, Present, Future!”
11 November 2011, 15:42 | Events & people |
A former prisoner talks about conversion in prisons
16 March 2011, 11:30 | Events & people |
Later, as a priest in the village of Liadske Shliakhotske near Tlumach (now, Ivano-Frankivsk Region), in 1920, he was appointed a teacher in his native Stanislaviv Seminary, where he worked until April, 1945.
23 June 2010, 16:23 | Events & people |
For the centenarian Father Dmytro Blazheiovskyi vigorousness is a lifestyle. Even at his age, he travels the world, writes books, recently started using a computer, grows his own vegetables, and cooks.
4 June 2008, 15:50 | Events & people |
A cardinal and prefect of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches, Wladyslaw Rubin (1917-1990), is little known in Ukraine. No books were written about him here, no TV or radio programs were made. During Soviet rule he was forgotten on purpose, and at the time of independent Ukraine, very few people are left who remember him. RISU's Ukrainian-language site posted the original of this text on 4 June 2008.
Artist Volodymyr Svietlohorskyi, official iconographer of the Old Believers’ Eparchy in Ukraine, speaks with Yurii CHORNEI, RISU’s correspondent in southwestern Ukraine’s Chernivtsi Region.
7 August 2007, 15:26 | Events & people |
Bohdan DEMBORYNSKYI, a resident of Ternopil who disseminates around town religious messages such as “Eternity is Coming Soon,” agreed to comment on the reasons for his religious campaign to RISU correspondent Volodymyr Moroz.
20 June 2007, 14:46 | Events & people |
An interview with Fr. Serhii KRUTOVSKYI, national chaplain in Ukraine for the Catholic Scouts of Europe
5 January 2005, 13:08 | Events & people |
Pastor Yurii Reshetnikov tells about the celebration of Christmas by Baptist communities in Ukraine.
It took 12 years for Mykola Babak, a painter, writer and collector from central Ukrainian Cherkasy to gather, at his own expense, a unique 500-item collection of Ukrainian folk icons of the central Dnieper region of the 17th to19th centuries. The painter recently transferred the collection to the Cherkasy Art Museum for a permanent exhibit.