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The Case of Ukraine
Recorded May 20, 2022
At this event, participants heard from three leading figures of different churches involved with the citizens, refugees and the grieving of Ukraine:
- Archbishop Borys Gudziak, Archeparchy of Philadelphia, PA, Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, President, Ukrainian Catholic University, L’viv
- Bishop John Michael Botean, Eparchy of St. George in Canton, Ohio, Romanian Greek Catholic Church, Co-patron Orientale Lumen Conferences
- Archpriest Andriy Dudchenko, Rector, Cathedral of the Transfiguration, Orthodox Church of Ukraine, Kyiv, Lecturer, Kyiv Orthodox Theological Academy
- Moderator: Dr. Sandra Collins, Professor of Sacred Scripture and Director, online learning program of the Byzantine Catholic Seminary in Pittsburgh, Penn.