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DLMPES' Professor and IES' Director Pavlo Smytsnyuk took part in 3rd Ecumenical Church Day in Germany (online)

On the occasion of the 3rd Ecumenical Church Day in Germany the Konrad Adenauer Foundation organized a series of events for German and international religious representatives for the exchange on current relevant topics related to the practices of religion, responsibility for freedom, security and well-being of societies.

Fr. Thaddée Barnas, DLMPES’ lecturer, passed to the Lord

Father Thaddée was a monk at the Chevetogne Monastery (Belgium)

Christmas Greetings 2020-21

United in joy – united in faith.

Well-done thesis and excellent defense!

James Gilroy completed his studies at DLMPES with the highly evaluated master’s thesis.

What does it mean to study ecumenism online - Aage Mejrup DLMPES alumni

Aage Mejrup from Denmark, a DLMPES' graduate, shares his experience about the studies at our online program in ecumenical studies.

May 17: Day of Solidarity with the Christians of the East.

The Institute of Ecumenical Studies of the Ukrainian Catholic University joined the prayer initiative of French Catholics.

The Churches and the calendar battles: is it possible to come to agreement?

Why do Christian Churches use different calendars in their liturgical lives? Is it possible to celebrate the most solemn Christian feast of the Lord's Resurrection together? These and other issues were discussed by the staff of the Institute of Ecumenical Studies of the Ukrainian Catholic University on April 9, 2020.

IES NewsLetter 2919

NewsLetter from the Institute of Ecumenical Studies: second half of 2019

Newsletter IES 2019 II

“We want to be an example of how people of different backgrounds can come together”: An Interview with Fr. Dr. Roman Fihas

Fr. Dr. Roman Fihas is a Ukrainian Greek Catholic priest and coordinator of the English-language Distance Learning Master’s Program in Ecumenical Studies at the Ukrainian Catholic University. In late 2018 he discussed the activities and ethos of this vibrant university while showing the East-West Church Report around its campus in the western city of Lviv. The conversation took place in English.