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MORAL THEOLOGY AS ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE FROM EAST ROMANS ,THE G(R)AEK KATHOLIK (5tel)

(being continued from  19/12/15) 2. Normative Content: The Christian Law of LoveWhile there is little that explicitly sets out his thinking on the normative content of private property—whether it is rights-based or thing-based or a hybrid of the two—Sheptyts’kyi’s adoption … Continue reading

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MORAL THEOLOGY AS ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE FROM EAST ROMANS ,THE G(R)AEK KATHOLIK (4)

(being continued from  15/08/14) B. Sheptyts’kyi and an Eastern Catholic View of Private Property89 Sheptyts’kyi’s pastoral letters represent the only attempt by a Ukrainian Catholic hierarch to address the contemporary social problems which face all Christians, with specific reference to … Continue reading

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MORAL THEOLOGY AS ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE FROM EAST ROMANS ,THE G(R)AEK KATHOLIK (3)

(being continued from  9/01/14) B. Prince of the Church and Ukrainian Moses: Metropolitan of Galicia When Sheptyts’kyi acceded to the Metropolitan throne, contemporary Ukraine did not exist; his canonical territory, Galicia, was still a region of the Habsburg controlled Austro-Hungarian … Continue reading

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MORAL THEOLOGY AS ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE FROM EAST ROMAN ,THE G(R)AEK KATHOLIK (2)

(being continued from 29/08/13) B. Sheptyts’kyi and Moral TheologyMetropolitan Andrei Sheptyts’kyi led the Ukrainian Catholic Church from 1901 to 1944. For most Ukrainian Catholics, he is considered the father—indeed, he has been called the ‘Ukrainian Moses’—of the contemporary Ukrainian Catholic … Continue reading

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MORAL THEOLOGY AS ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE FROM EAST ROMAN ,THE G(R)AEK KATHOLIK (1)

The Ukrainian Catholic Church and Moral Theology Abstract: While the Union of Brest-Litovsk, 1596, created the contemporary Ukrainian Catholic Church, it also had the unfortunate consequence of the ‘Latinization’ of its Eastern Christian moral theology. More recently, however, the Catholic … Continue reading

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