Major Religions

The Church in the Nineteenth Century: The Metropolitanate in Galicia
The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church: History (End of 1980s to the Present)
On September 6, 2004, His Beatitude Lubomyr released the proclamation “On Approval of the UGCC Patriarchal System,” which justified the validity of the desire of the Ukrainian Greek Catholics to have a patriarchal structure for the church.
Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church
The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church (UGCC) is one of the branches of the Church of Kyiv, which in 1596 restored full communion with the Roman Apostolic See. Today, the UGCC is the largest autonomous Eastern Catholic Church in the world.