Right Rev. Dr. Andriy Chirovsky

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Full Professor
Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University in Ottawa
specializing in Patristics and Later Eastern Christian Theology and Spirituality

Peter and Doris Kule Professor of Eastern Christian Theology and Spirituality

Founding Director of the Sheptytsky Institute

CONTACT
Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies
223 Main Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1S 1C4 Canada
Telephone: 613-236-1393, ext. 3031
Toll-free in North America: 1-800-637-6859, ext. 3031
Fax: 613-782-3026
Email: amchirovsky@ustpaul.ca or achirovsky@gmail.com

BIOGRAPHY
Fr. Andriy was born in 1956 in New Jersey. He is the Founding Director of the Sheptytsky Institute and is the Peter and Doris Kule Professor of Eastern Christian Theology and Spirituality. He has a special interest in the spiritual life of Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky, on whom he wrote his master’s and doctoral theses. Fr. Andriy was ordained a Ukrainian Catholic priest by the confessor of faith Patriarch Josyf Slipyj in Castelgandolfo, in 1980, and elevated to the rank of Mitred Archpriest in August, 2005. He is married to Halyna (Pawlyshyn), and they have two children, Sophia and Alexander. On November 26, 2005 Fr. Andriy was elevated to Archpriest.

Books Authored: Pray for God’s Wisdom: The Mystical Sophiology of Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky, published by the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, Ottawa, 1992.

CURRICULUM VITAE
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Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University May 2011 CURRICULUM VITAE

a) NAME:

CHIROVSKY, Andriy M. Freishyn, Full Professor, tenured
Member of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies: yes

b) DEGREES:

S.T.D. University of Saint Mary of the Lake, Mundelein, IL, 1993
M.A. Theology, University of Saint Michael’s College, Toronto, ON, 1981
Ph.B. Philosophy, Pontificia Università Urbaniana, Rome, Italy, 1976

c) EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

2004-2010 Adjunct Professor, Arizona State University, Department of Religious Studies
2002- Full Professor, Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University (Peter and Doris Kule Chair of Eastern Christian Theology and Spirituality)
1994-2002 Associate Professor, Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University
1994- Adjunct Associate Professor, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago
1990-2003 Director, Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University
1990-1994 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago
1986-1994 Director, Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago
1985-1990 Assistant Professor, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago
1984-1985 Adjunct Lecturer, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago

d) ACADEMIC HONOURS

  • Raised to the dignity of Mitred Protopresbyter by Patriarch Lubomyr I Cardinal Husar for dedicated work in the founding and development of the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, and for consistent efforts in theological education and research, 2005.
  • Honoured by the Ukrainian Catholic University (L’viv, Ukraine) with a special Certificate of Recognition for work in re-establishing theological education in the Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church, both in and outside Ukraine, 2005.
  • Elected Fellow of the Ukrainian Canadian Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1995.
  • Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Medal for Assistance in the Rebirth of the Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church in Ukraine, 1991.
  • Distinguished Leadership Award, for Extraordinary Service in Theological Education, American Biographical Institute, 1987.

h) SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

2010- President, Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute Foundation
2008- Consultant to the Ukrainian Catholic University: Campus Church and Pastoral Centre
1998-2000 President, Canadian Association of Eastern Christian Studies
1994-1996 President, Canadian Association of Eastern Christian Studies
1996-1998 Vice-President, Canadian Association of Eastern Christian Studies
1996- Editor in Chief, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies
1996-2003 Co-Chair, Conciliar Commission on the Academic Formation of Priests, First Council of the Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church, L’viv, Ukraine
1996- Member, Advisory Board, Ukrainian Catholic Education Foundation
1995-2003 Member of the Board of Guardians (Proto-Senate) of the L’viv Theological Academy
1992- Founding Member, Kievan Church Study Group
1992-1994 Member, Curriculum Committee of the Commission to Re-found the Theological Academy of L’viv, Ukraine
1991-1996 Managing Editor, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies
1989- Member, Board of Directors, Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute Foundation

i) GRADUATE SUPERVISIONS

Completed: 19 second cycle: M.A. or L.Th. or M.A./L.Th. (3 thesis, 15 major paper as Director + 1 thesis supervisory committee)
7 Ph.D. (3 as director, 1 as co-director, 3 supervisory committee,)
In progress: 4 Ph.D. (1 as director, 1 as co-director, 2 supervisory committee)

NAME OF STUDENTS (past seven years) and date of first registration in program if work is not yet completed

Ph. D. dissertation Co-Director:

    1. Donald G. Graham, John Henry Newman, the Holy Spirit and the Church : an examination of his fundamental pneumatic ecclesiology with special reference to the period 1826-53, Open University, UK, 2003 (completed)
    2. Ryan Hanning, Development of Catechesis in the Eastern Orthodoxy of the Kyivan Metropolia in the 17th century: The use of Western Sources in the Catechism of Peter Mohyla – Pseudomorphosis or Authentic Development? , Liverpool Hope University, UK, September 2010.

Ph. D. dissertation director :

    1. Adam A.J. DeVille, Orthodoxy and the Roman Papacy: Responding to Ut Unum Sint with a Recovery of the Patriarchal Model for the Exercise of Roman Primacy, 2008 (completed)
    2. Suzette Carol Phillips, Re-reading The Way of a Pilgrim: A Research Project Utilizing Contemplative Psychology, 2008 (completed)
    3. Monica Kuc, The Theological Identity, Status and Ministry of the Priest’s Wife in the Byzantine Christian Tradition : A Contemporary Construction Grounded in the Reality of a Shared Priesthood, September 2001 (submitted for defence, in process of revision)
    4. Yuriy Sakvuk, Seven Criteria for the Assessment of the Ecclesial Identity and Vocation of a Particular Church: The Development of an Interpretative System Based on the Ecclesiology of Vatican II and Verified Against the Work of the Kyivan Church Study Group, 2011 (completed)

Ph.D. Supervisory Committee :

    1. Robert Hutcheon, From lamentation to Alleluia: an interpretation of the theology of the present-day Byzantine-rite funeral service analyzed through its practical relationship to bereaved persons, 2003 (completed)
    2. Michael Petrowycz, Bringing back the saints: the contribution of the Roman edition of the Ruthenian liturgical books (Recensio Ruthena, 1940-1952) to the commemoration of Slavic saints in the Ukrainian Catholic Church, 2005 (completed)
    3. Daniel Kuc, Translating Psalm 50 for Byzantine Christian Worship: A Case Study in Biblical and Patristic Exegesis and the Application of Contemporary Translation Theory, Sept 2001 (completed)
    4. Winston Cabading, Implications for and Applications to the Theological Formation of the Philippine Roman Catholic Clergy and religious of the Vatican II Decree ‘Orientalium Ecclesiarum’ and the Apostolic letter ‘Orientale lumen,’ September 2004
    5. Roman Rytsar, The Kenotic Theology of Anthony Bloom, Metropolitan of Sourozh (1914-2003) in Anthropological Perspective, September 2005 (submitted for defence)

Second Cycle Supervision

M. A. Thesis

M.A. Thesis Director

    1. Suzane Aboueid, Archbishop Elias Zoghby and His Efforts at Orthodox-Catholic Reconciliation Within the Patriarchate of Antioch: An Exposition in the Light of Contemporary Ecumenical Thought, 2006 (completed)

M.A. Thesis Supervisory Committee

    1. Melita Mudri, Congregational Singing in Rus’ Liturgical Traditions: An Evaluation of its History, 2005 (completed)

M.A./ L.Th. with Major Paper : Director

    1. Marta Samokishyn (M.A.), Eschatological Perspectives on Human History in the Theology of Fr. Sergii Bulgakov: Synergism and Human Creativity as the Realization of the Eschaton in History, 2006 (completed)
    2. Yuriy Derkach (M.A.), What is Uniatism? And is the Ukrainian Catholic Church an example of it? : Shifting Definitions and Historical Realities, 2005 (completed)
    3. Jason Charron (M.A.), Akedia: taxonomy of a spiritual malady and why the ascetical insights of patristic psychology ideally supplement its contemporary therapy, 2005 (completed)
    4. Mariya Svidryk (L.Th.), Ascetical Aspects of Icon-Painting, 2005 (completed)
    5. James Bankston (L.Th.), The Program of Alcoholics Anonymous Examined in Light of the Evagrian teaching on the Logismoi and the Greek Patristic Ascetical Tradition, 2004 (completed)
    6. Michael Winn (M.A.) Acedia in the Lenten Triodion of the Eastern Byzantine Churches Assessed through the Spiritual Disciplines of H. F. de Wit’s The Spiritual Path 2004 (completed)
    7. Mariya Svidryk (M.A.), A comparative analysis of the representation of the image of St. John the Baptist in three influential iconographic manuals of Byzantine and Eastern Slavic iconography, 2004 (completed)
    8. Bozhena Pelenska (M.A.) The Hesychast Influence on Iconography, 2004 (Completed)
    9. Oleg Kachur (L.Th.), Ecclesiological Triggers for the Internal Conflict Inside the Ukrainian Catholic Church in North America with Respect to the Patriarchal Movement of 1964-1984, 2004 (completed)
    10. Yuliya Komar (M.A.), Basic Antinomies of Spiritual Life in the Theological Thought of Paul Evdokimov, 2001 (completed)
    11. Monica Kuc (M.A.), Theology and the Basic Antinomy: Union Without Confusion, 2001 (completed)
    12. Iryna Soluk Figol (M.A.), The Paradox of Service, 2001 (completed)
    13. Daniel Kuc (M.A./L.Th.), The Antinomic Approach to Theology and the Issue of the Dual Authorship of Sacred Scripture, 2001 (completed)
    14. Oksana Luka (M.A./L.Th.), Antinomy in Eastern Christian Iconography, 2001 (completed)
    15. Yuriy Sakvuk, (M.A./L.Th.), Theology of Paradox and a Search for Antinomy in Paul Evdokimov’s Life and Thought, 2001 (completed)

q) GRADUATE COURSES

Seminars

    • 2000-01 Antinomic Method in Eastern Christian Ascetical and Mystical Theology
    • 2001-02 Ascesis and Sacramental Life in Antinomic Tension
    • 2003-04 Maladies of the Soul: Patristic and Modern Approaches to Psychotherapy

Courses

    • 2010-11 Resources and Methods for the Study of Eastern Christianity
    • 2008-09 Foundational Texts in Eastern Christian Theology
    • 2007-08 Foundational Texts in Eastern Christian Spirituality
    • 2005-06 Papacy, Patriarchates and Ecumenism
    • 2004-05 Major Ascetical and Mystical Themes in Early Christian Desert and Monastic Literature
    • 2004-05 Classical Texts in Eastern Christian Theology
    • 1999-00 Mystical-Ascetical Approaches to Eastern Christian Spirituality: The Philokalia and Early Kyivan Texts
    • 1996-97 The Cappadocians: Framers of a Theology and Spirituality of the Holy Trinity
    • 1995-96 Christian Martyrdom from the Roman Empire to the Soviet Bloc

Directed Studies

    • Yuriy Sakvuk, (PhD), 2001
    • Suzette Phillips, (PhD), 2001
    • Monica Kuc, (PhD), 2004
    • Adam DeVille (PhD), 2005

r) EXTERNAL RESEARCH FUNDING

Year Source Type Amount/year Purpose

i) INTERNAL RESEARCH FUNDING

2007 Saint Paul University Research Centre, $3500, (Further work on The Ex Oriente LECS [Library of Eastern Christian Serials] project)

2005 Saint Paul University Research Centre, $3500, (Initial exploration into the development of an online database on Eastern Christian periodical literature.)

2001 Saint Paul University Research Centre, $1000, Travel

2000 Saint Paul University Research Centre, $1000, Travel

1999 Saint Paul University Research Centre, $1500, Travel

1997 Saint Paul University Research Centre, $3000, Bibliographic Work

1997 Faculty of Theology, $1200, Travel

1996 Faculty of Theology, $1100, Travel

j) PUBLICATIONS

1) Life-time summary:

Books authored 4

Books edited 9

Chapters in books 16

Papers in refereed journals 25

Papers in refereed conference proceedings 3

Major invited contributions and / or technical reports 34

Abstracts and / or papers read 71

Others

workshops presented. 64

editorials 29

2) Details for past 7 years:

Books authored:

Wedged Between Two Worlds: The Kyivan Church and the Catholic and Orthodox Communions. Ottawa: Sheptytsky Institute, Expected Publication Date 2012. Approx. 300 pp.

Books edited:

God’s House Our Home. Tucson: Archangel Press, 2009, 28pp.

Chapters in books:

1. “An Historical Perspective on Spirituality” co-authored with Suzette Brémault-Phillips. Ch. 6 of Mary Ann McColl, ed., Spirituality and Occupational Therapy, 2nd Edition. Ottawa: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy, 2011, pp. 73-80.

2. “The Spiritual Path” co-authored with Suzette Brémault-Phillips. Ch. 14 of Mary Ann McColl, ed., Spirituality and Occupational Therapy, 2nd Edition. Ottawa: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy, 2011, pp. 153-160.

3. “Spiritual Practices” co-authored with Suzette Brémault-Phillips. Ch. 17 of Mary Ann McColl, ed., Spirituality and Occupational Therapy, 2nd edition. Ottawa: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy, 2011, pp. 185-194.

4. “ The Peter and Doris Kule Chair of Eastern Christian Theology and Spirituality: its Contribution to Scholarship in the Field and its Impetus for the Development of the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies” in Serge Cipko and Natalie Kononenko, eds., Champions of Philanthropy: Peter and Doris Kule and their Endowments. Edmonton and Ottawa: Kule Endowment Group, 2009, pp. 27-39.

5. «Наше недавнє богословське минуле: до історії розвитку української богословської думки в ХХ сторіччі [Our recent theological past: a contribution to the history of the development of Ukrainian theological in the 20th century], in L. Marynovych, ed. Каірос: Доповіді, промови, дискусії конференції нового покоління богословів Української Греко–Католицької Церкви. L’viv: Ukrainian Catholic University, 2006. Pp. 36-40.

3. “Prayer and the Body of Christ – Prayer and the Body of Humanity” in M. Tataryn, J. Skira, , eds. Windows to the East: Eastern Christians in a Dialogue of Charity. Ottawa: Novalis, 2002, pp.147-168.

Papers in refereed journals:

1. Evagrius: Still Confounding, Still Profound. Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 50(2009): 3-4,263-270.

2. Review Essay: Paul Robert Magocsi and Ivan Pop, eds., Encyclopedia of Rusyn History and Culture, revised and expanded edition (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005), Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 49(2008):1-2, 169-176

3. Review Essay: Arthur Holder, ed., The Blackwell Companion to Christian Spirituality (Oxford: Blackwell, 2005) Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 47(2006): 3-4, 163-168.

4. Review Essay: Lucian Turcescu, ed. Dumitru Staniloae: Tradition and Modernity in Theology (Iasi/ Oxford/ Portland/West Palm Beach: The Center for Romanian Studies, 2002) Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 46 (2005): 3-4, 544-551.

5. «Православні в сопричасті з Римом: Антиномічний характер східного католицького богослов’я.» [Orthodox in communion with Rome: The antinomic character of Eastern catholic theology.] Богословія/ Bohoslovia 66 (2002)1-2: 101-113.

Papers in refereed conference proceedings:

1. Ukrayinski uniyi v konteksti uniynykh protsesiv v Afrytsi, na Blyz’komu Skhodi ta v Indiyi [Ukrainian unions in the context of the union processes in Africa, the Middles east and India,] in B. Gudziak and Oleh Turiy, eds. Uniyni protsesy XVI-XVII st.i yikh ekleziolohichna otsinka: Materialy shostykh beresteys’kykh chytan’ [Union processes of the 16-17 centuries and their ecclesiological analysis: Materials of the sixth Brest Readings] L’viv: Institute of Church History, Ukrainian Catholic University, (publication delayed). App. 20-25 pp.

Major invited contributions and / or technical reports:

1. “Concepts Plundered By Passions: Early Christian Insights into the Process of Temptation” MASI Study Days, July 2011

2. “Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky: Wounded Healer” MASI Study Days, Ottawa, ON, July 2010.

3. “Evangelization: Understanding the Fears That Can Hold Us Back From Reaching Out” Conference on Evangelization in the Church, marking the 50th Anniversary of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of St. Nicholas in Chicago. Warren, MI, June 5, 2010.

4. “Integrity – A Theological and Anthropological Approach” Catholic Newman Center, Arizona State University, May 31, 2010.

5. “Tradition and Traditions in the Calendar Question of the Ukrainian Catholic Church.” St. George Cathedral, Saskatoon, SK, April 26, 2010

6. “Wisdom and the Development of Leadership from the Perspective of Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky” Eparchy of Toronto Marking the 65th Anniversary of the death of Metr. Andrey Sheptytsky, Toronto, November 1, 2009

7. “Remembering Patriarch Josyf the Confessor through his Aphorisms: 25 Years after His Death,” Sts. Volodymyr and Olha Church, Chicago, IL, September, 2009

8. “Life on the Edge: A Practitioner’s Perspective on the Roller Coaster of Ministry in the Ukrainian Catholic Church” Unity 2009 Conference, Ancaster,ON August 2009.

9. “The Notion ‘Friend of God’ in Scripture and Tradition” North American Conference of the Fraternity of Catholic Covenant Communities and Fellowships, Dallas, TX, July 25, 2009.

10. “Evagrius and the Eight Evil Thoughts: An Introduction to an early Christian Understanding of Maladies of the Soul.” MASI Study Days, Ottawa, ON, July 2009.

11. “Exploring the Visual Imagination of the Church through Iconography” Archdiocese of Chicago Certified Catechetical Leader Conference, Chicago, IL, April 1, 2009

12. “Three Romes and Four Kyivan Churches” (address at an historic roundtable of the four Churches emanating from St. Volodymyr’s Baptism of Kyivan Rus’: The UOC-MP, UOC-KP, UAOC and UGCC.) Conference regarding “ A Single Particular Church of Kyiv.” Kyiv, Ukraine, September 13, 2008

13. Plenary Session “Good News for Tough Times: the Evangelization of North America” during MASI Study Days, Saint Paul University, Ottawa, ON July 3, 2008

14. “Remaining Theocentrically Focused in an Anthropocentric and Egocentric World” Conference for Military Chaplains in the Canadian Forces, Cornwall, ON, June 6, 2008

15. “ Sin and Divine Mercy: A User’s Perspective” and “Woe to the Pharisees? Why Then? Why Now?” Arise Conference, Yavapai College, Prescott, AZ May 24-25, 2008

16. “ God’s Oneness is not Aloneness: The Holy Triad as Central Christian Teaching” and “Approaching the Holy God in Approachable Holiness: A Livable Lifestyle for Sinners” Arise Conference, Yavapai College, Prescott, AZ May 25-28, 2007

17. “Christian Marriage According to St. Maximus the Confessor: Re-uniting a Divided Humanity One Couple at a Time,” Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix, Office

Of Marriage and Family Life at Sts. February, 2007

18. “From Irenaeus of Lyons to Basil the Great, John Chrysostom and Beyond: Patristic Theological Anthropology as an Impetus for Serving the Poor,” Saint Vincent De Paul Society of Arizona, February, 2007

19. “Illumination: The Holy Mysteries of Initiation and their Role in the New Evangelization” Encounter of the Eastern Catholic Churches of North America, Chicago, November 2006

20. “Iconographic Cheekbones: Looking under the Skin of an Icon to Understand its Beauty,” and “A Place for Everything and Everything in Its Place: Parts of Speech in the Highly Inflected Language of Icons,” as part of “Learning the Language of Icons”: The Eleanor Malburg Eastern Churches Seminar, Notre Dame College, South Euclid, Ohio, October 7, 2006

21. “Healing of the Heart: An Eastern Christian Perspective” Catholic Healing Symposium, Gaithersburg, MD, April 2006

22. “Praying with Icons Can it be Done with One’s Eyes Closed?” Hesychia School of Spiritual Direction, Desert House of Prayer at the Redemptorist Renewal Center, Tucson, AZ, March 2006

23. Keynote address “The Mother of God and Pentecost” Convocation of “City of the Lord” Catholic Covenant Community, Tempe, AZ February, 2006

24. “Evangelization and the Kyivan Church: Finding the Wherewithal Within to Reach Out” Plenary Address Encounter of the Ukrainian Catholic Church, Winnipeg, May 24-26, 2005

25. «Завіщання Патріярха Йосифа після 20ти років» [The testament of Patriarch Josyf after 20 Years] Ukrainian National Museum, Chicago, September 2004.

Abstracts and / or papers read:

1. “The Notion of ‘Baptism of the Holy Spirit’ from the Perspective of the Eastern Churches.” International Conference of Bishops Interested in Catholic Charismatic Covenant Communities, Assisi, Italy, October 2010.

2. “Searching for Sources: An Attempt to Reconstruct the World of Periodical Literature in Eastern Christian Studies,” American Theological Library Association, Philadelphia, June 16, 2007.

3. “Evagrius Ponticus on the difference between the external knowledge achieved through

the Dianoia and the Unmediated Truth perceived by the Nous” March 2006

“Two Cappadocian Mystics named Gregory: St. Gregory (the Theologian) of Nazianzus and St. Gregory of Nyssa” October 2006

“St. Isaac (the Syrian) of Nineveh and Unfathomable Mercy” November 2006,

all at the Cornerstone Center for Christian Contemplation, Phoenix, AZ

4. “Early Christian Preachers of Kyivan Rus’ and Their Descriptions of What it Means To Be Church.” At “ Multi-Cultural Europe and Cultural Exchange: 9th Annual International Conference of the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 13-15 February, 2003,

5. “The Visit of Pope John Paul to Ukraine: An Analysis of Some Expected and Unexpected Outcomes” Arizona State University, Dept of History, 2003.

6. “Patristic, Eastern Christian and Modern Approaches to Psychotherapy: Some Very Early Conversations Among Hitherto Hostile Fields of Inquiry ”Arizona State University, Dept. of Religious Studies, 2003.

7. “Ecclesiastical Nomenclature: Basic Text and Context for a Church’s Identity as it Moves from a Church for Catholic Ukrainians to a Church from the Ukrainian people, but at the service of All” Eastern International Region meeting, American Academy of Religion, April 27, 2002

8. “ Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky and the Strange Cases of the Two Galician Stigmatists Nastia Voloshyn and Stefan Navrotsky” at the Conference Examining The Spiritual and Intellectual Legacy of Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky. Montreal: McGill University, November 2001.

Editorials

1. From Sheptytsky to Shevchuk: The Maturation of Ecclesial Autonomy in the Catholic Church of Kyiv. Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 52(2011):1-2, 1-12.

2. Archpriest Robert Anderson (1946-2010). Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 52(2011):1-2, 13-17. Co-authored with Adam DeVille.

3. Without Vision the People Perish: An Appreciation of the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute on Its 20th Anniversary. Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 50(2009):3-4, 263-270.

4. Isidore Patrylo OSBM (1919–2008): Basilian Protoarchimandrite, Church Historian, and Bibliographer. Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 50(2009):1-2,1-5.

5. Twenty-Five Years Back and Fifty Years Forward. Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 50(2009):1-2, 7-12.

6. Holodomor 1933-2008: Some Preliminary Principles for Theological Reflection on the Ukrainian Terror-Famine. Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 49(2008):3-4, 203-208.

7. Exchange of Gifts: Another Perichoresis, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 49(2008):1-2, 29-36.

8. The Canadian Missionary: Father Yaroslaw Dybka, C.Ss.R.(1930-2008), Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 49(2008):1-2, 24-28.

9. Archbishop Elias Zoghby (1912-2008): An Ardent Servant of the Truth and Man of Courage, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 49(2008): 1-2, 13-19.

10. Our Elder Brother Has Died of a “Temporary Illness:” Archbishop Vsevolod of Scopelos (1927-2007), Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 49(2008):1-2, 1-13.

11. The Continuous Struggle for Ecclesiological Awareness, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 48(2008): 1-2, 187-188.

12. East-West Ecumenism Back on Track?, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 47(2006):3-4, 1-6.

13. Some Milestones in Theological Education, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 47(2006):1-2, 5-

14. Jaroslav Pelikan (1923-2006), Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 47(2006):1-2, 1-3.

15. A Note from the Editor-in-Chief Regarding Terminological Issues, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 46 (2005):3-4, 301-302.

16. Inspiration rather than Imitation: Seeing the Papacy of the Third Millennium through the Eyes of the First, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 46 (2005):3-4, 289-300.

17. Archimandrite Victor Pospishil (1915-2006): An Appreciation of a Pastoral and Scholarly Life, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 46 (2005):3-4, 287-288.

18. Tribute to Pope John Paul II, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 46 (2005):1-2, 1-11.

19. Reflections on the Visit to Ukraine of Pope John Paul II, 24-27 June 2001, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 43-45 (2002-2004) 1-10.