Very Rev. Dr. Peter Galadza

Very Rev. Dr. Peter Galadza

Kule Family Professor of Liturgy (Titular of endowed chair)

Tenured, at the rank of Full Professor, Faculty of Theology (Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies)

Saint Paul University Member of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, University of Ottawa

Peter Galadza, a Ukrainian Greco-Catholic priest, is Kule Family Professor of Liturgy at the Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies in the Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University, Ottawa, Canada. He is also a member of the Faculty of Graduate and Post-Doctoral Studies at the University of Ottawa. After completing his M.Div. at Chicago’s Catholic Theological Union in 1981, he was ordained to the presbyterate by Patriarch Josyf Slipyj and served in parishes until 1988, when he completed a M.A. in liturgy at the University of Notre Dame. He went on to earn a Ph.D. in theology from the University of Saint Michael’s College in the University of Toronto. From 1994 to 2004 he edited Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies, and in 1997 became convener of the Eastern Liturgies Study Group of Societas Liturgica. During the 1999-2000 academic year, Fr. Galadza served as dean of the L’viv Theological Academy in Ukraine, for which he was awarded the jeweled pectoral cross by then bishop Lubomyr Husar. In 2003-2004 he was a research fellow at Harvard University’s Dumbarton Oaks Byzantine Research Center in Georgetown, Washington, DC. He is also editor-in-chief of the recently published “pew book,” The Divine Liturgy: An Anthology for Worship.

Books Authored:

The Theology and Liturgical Work of Andrei Sheptytsky (1865-1944), Orientalia Christiana Analecta 272 (Rome: Pontificio Istituto Orientale, 2004), pp. 524.

Contact
Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies
223 Main Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1S 1C4 Canada
Telephone: 613-236-1393, ext. 2419
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Fax: 613-782-3026
Email: pgaladza@ustpaul.ca

Curriculum Vitae (2011) (pdf)

PETER GALADZA, PhD

CURRICULUM VITAE

PETER GALADZA, PhD

Presently employed as

Kule Family Professor of Liturgy (Titular of endowed chair)

Tenured, at the rank of Full Professor,

Faculty of Theology (Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies)

Saint Paul University

and

Member of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, University of Ottawa

Mailing address:

Saint Paul University

223 Main Street

Ottawa, Ontario K1S 1C4 Canada

Tel: 613-236-1393 ext. 2419 Fax: 613-782-3026

e-mail: pgaladza@ustpaul.ca

CITIZENSHIP:

USA (born in Sewickley, Pennsylvania, 1955)

Canadian (acquired 1992)

DEGREES AND EDUCATION:

Ph.D. Theology (with focus on Eastern Christianity, Liturgy and Sacraments), University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto School of Theology, 1995;

M.A. Liturgical Studies, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, 1988;

M.Div. Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, 1981;

Two summers in Summer M.A. program in Eastern Christian Studies, John XXIII Center for Eastern Christian Studies (accredited through Maryknoll School of Theology, New York), 1976 and 1977;

B.A. Religious Studies, University of Toronto, 1976;

One summer at St. Clement Ukrainian Catholic University, Rome, Italy, 1975;

Two years in BA program (Political Science and Religious Studies), McGill University, Montreal, Quebec.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

2006 Full Professor, Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University

2001-2006 Associate professor, Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University

1999-2000 Acting Dean, Faculty of Philosophy and Theology, Lviv Theological Academy (Ukraine) (presently, The Ukrainian Catholic University)

1995-2001 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University, Ottawa

1994-95 Lecturer, Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University, Ottawa

1992-93 Sessional lecturer, Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University, Ottawa

1990, 1991 (Summers) Adjunct professor, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago

HONOURS:

Archpriest of the Lviv Archeparchy (Archdiocese), jewelled pectoral cross awarded June, 2000 by Major Archbishop Lubomyr Cardinal Husar for work as dean and professor at the Lviv Theological Academy, Ukraine (presently, The Ukrainian Catholic University)

SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:

2011-2012 Fellow, McGill University Centre for Research on Religion (CREOR)

2011- Member, Editorial Board, BRILL Publishers’ Book Series “Texts and Studies in Eastern Christianity”

2011- Consultant, Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC III) (appointed by Pontifical Council for the Promotion of Christian Unity, October, 2010)

2010-2012 President (elected at the bi-annual Congress in Volos, Greece, May, 2010) of Societas Orientalium Liturgiarum, an international professional society for the Study of Eastern Christian Liturgy founded by Robert F. Taft, SJ

2010 Editor-in-Chief, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies

2010- Member, Theological Commission of the Major Archepiscopacy of Kiev-Halych

2009-2011 Director, Summer Programme in Sacred Music, Ukrainian Catholic University (Ukraine)

2008-2010 Vice-president of Societas Orientalium Liturgiarum

2007- Supervisor and editor-in-chief of the Slavonic-English Analytical Catalogue of Liturgical Manuscripts in Ukrainian Repositories funded by a $116,825.00 research grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRCC)

2007- Ecclesiarch (Main chaplain), Sts. Joachim and Anna Chapel, Saint Paul University

2006- Director, Institute of Liturgical Studies, Ukrainian Catholic University, Lviv, Ukraine

2006- Coordinator for the Ukraine Phase of the Manuscript Digitization Project, Hill Museum and Manuscript Library, St. John’s University, Collegeville, MN (Columba Stewart, Director)

2006-2009 Member, “Faith and Witness” Commission of the Canadian Council of Churches (appointed by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops)

2006 Site director, Ukraine Summer Theology Program sponsored by Saint Paul University and The Ukrainian Catholic University

2005- Eastern Catholic Chaplain, University of Ottawa

2004- Member, Liturgical Commission, Eparchy of Toronto

2003-2004 Research Fellow, Harvard University (Dumbarton Oaks Byzantine Research Center, Washington, DC)

2003 Organizer, Three-day North American Conference, “The Present State of Worship in the Ukrainian Catholic Church,” St. Basil’s College, Stamford, Connecticut, July, 2003

2002 Member, Faculty of Theology Ad hoc Exploratory Committee on Creation of a M.A. in Pastoral Liturgy

2001-2003 Member, National Advisory Committee on Adult Catechesis, Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops

2000-2003 Member, Graduate Studies Committee, Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University

2000-2002 Member, Anglican Studies Committee, Saint Paul University

2000-2002 President, Professors Association, Theology Faculty, Saint Paul University

1999-2004 Editor-in-chief, Ukrainian Catholic Worship Anthology (1,160 pages)

1999-2000 Member of the Senate, Lviv Theological Academy, Ukraine (presently The Ukrainian Catholic University)

1999-2000 Founding Director, Institute of Liturgy, Lviv Theological Academy

1999-2000 Member of Publications Committee, Chair of B.Th. Thesis Committee, Ecclesiarch of the Chapel, Oversight for Library Acquisitions from former USSR for Saint Paul University Library – Lviv Theological Academy

1999 Instructor, Ottawa Lay School of Theology

1998 Convener, Catholic Theological Society of America (CTSA) Panel, “What is Eastern Catholic Theology?” Ottawa, July, 1998

1998- Chair, Library Acquisitions Sub-Committee, Co-ordinating Committee, Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University

1998- Member, Patriarchal Liturgical Commission, Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church

1997-98 Programme Director, Canadian Association of Eastern Christian Studies

1997- Member, North American Orthodox/Catholic Theological Consultation (one of two Canadian members appointed by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops to a permanent consultation of almost 25 theologians)

1997- Member, Patriarchal Catechetical Commission, Ukrainian Catholic Church

1997-1999 Acting co-director, Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies

1997- Titulary of the Kule Family Chair of Eastern Christian Liturgy, Saint Paul University

1996 Chair and convener, International Symposium on English Translations of Byzantine Liturgical Texts

1996-2004 Chair, Eastern Liturgies Study Group of Societas Liturgica (An International Ecumenical Academic Organization Devoted to Liturgical Research and Renewal)

1996-1999 Site director, Summer Ukraine Theology Session, Univ, Ukraine, Sponsored by the Sheptytsky Institute, Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University; and the L’viv Theological Academy, Ukraine

1995-2004 Editor, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies

1994-2005 Ecclesiarch (Main chaplain), Sts. Joachim and Anna Chapel, Saint Paul University

1994-1996 Member, First-cycle Committee, Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University

1992- Member, Coordinating Committee, Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University

1992- Charter Member, Kievan Church (Ecumenical) Study Group

1988-94 Priest-in Residence, Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, and Chaplain, Sts. Peter and Paul Seniors’ Residence, Scarborough, Ontario

1986-88 Pastor, St. Michael’s Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Mishawaka, Indiana

1981-86 Associate Pastor, Sts. Volodymyr and Olha Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Chicago, Illinois

GRADUATE SUPERVISION AS DIRECTOR OF DISSERTATION:

Completed: 4 Ph.D. and 2 M.A. dissertations

Temporary Withdrawal: 1 Ph.D. dissertation

NAMES OF STUDENTS AND TITLES OF DISSERTATIONS:

• Robert Hutcheon, MD (PhD), “Trampling Death by Death: A Liturgical Theological Study of the Byzantine Funeral Service and Its Practical Relationship to Bereaved Persons,” December, 1998-2003. Completed.

• Michael Petrowycz (PhD), “Choosing a Communion of Saints: The Sanctoral of the Ukrainian Catholic Church from the Union of Brest (1596) to the Present: An Historical and Theological Study,” September, 2001-2005. Completed.

• Daniel Kuc (PhD), “The Status of the Septuagint in the Byzantine Churches during the Second Millennium,” September, 2001-2009. Completed

• Brian Butcher (PhD), “Narrative Identity in Liturgical Mode: A Ricoeurian Analysis of the Byzantine Rite’s Great Blessing of Waters,” 2004-2010. Completed

• Melita Mudri-Zubacz (M.A), “Congregational Singing in the Rus’ Liturgical Tradition: An Evaluation of Its History,” February, 2002-2005. Completed.

• Brian Butcher (M.A), “Nuptial Imagery in the Byzantine Hymnographic Tradition: A Study in Liturgico-Theological Repression, Transference and Cooptation,” April, 2002-2004. Completed.

• Winston Cabading (PhD), “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,” 2004- Temporary Withdrawal

(Also, member of thesis committee for 9 other graduate students)

GRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT:

i) “Foundational Texts in Eastern Christian Liturgical History”

ii) “The Hymnography of Churches of the Byzantine Tradition”

iii) “Byzantine Funeral Rites: History and Theology”

iv) “English Translations of Byzantine Liturgical Texts: Historical, Methodological and Theological Issues”

v) “Liturgy, Theology, Spirituality: The Legacy of Alexander Schmemann”

vi) “Foundational Texts in Eastern Christian Liturgical Theology”

UNDERGRADUATE (B.Th.) COURSES TAUGHT:

i) “General Introduction to the Eastern Churches”

ii) “Foundations of Eastern Christian Theology”

iii) “The Seven Ecumenical Councils”

iv) “The Holy Mysteries: Byzantine Sacraments”

v) “Byzantine Eucharistic Liturgies”

vi) “Introduction to Liturgical Studies”

vii) “Byzantine Liturgical Year and Blessings”

viii) “Byzantine Liturgy of the Hours”

ix) “Hermeneutics and Exegesis in Eastern Christianity”

x) “Introduction to Eastern Christian Ethics”

xi) “Intermediate Biblical Greek”

xii) “Ecclesiology and East-West Ecumenism”

EXTERNAL RESEARCH FUNDING:

Year Source Type Amount Purpose

2008 Ukrainian Catholic Education Foundation $3,500 Travel

2007- Social Sciences and Humanities Research $116,825CAN Research

Council of Canada (SSHRCC)

2006 Yale Institute of Sacred Music $1,300USD Travel

2004 St. Mary of the Lake University $1,200USD Travel

2003 Harvard University (Dumbarton Oaks

Byzantine Research Center) F $39,300USD Sabbatical Fellowship

2003 Vatican Pontifical Commission for

Sciences, and the Moscow Academy of

Sciences F $1,500USD Travel

2002 St. Nerses Armenian Apostolic Seminary F $1,000USD Travel

1999 Catholic Near East Welfare Association F $5,000USD Travel

1997 Pastorales Forum: Förderung der Kirchen F $1,000USD Travel

1997 Lviv Theological Academy F $3,000USD Travel

1995 Missionary Sisters of Christian Charity F $2,500 Travel

1993 Hrynyk Foundation (University of Toronto

Chair of Ukrainian Studies Foundation) $3,500 Research

1992 Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies

(University of Alberta) Research Fellowship, $3,000 Research

1992 Hrynyk Foundation Doctoral Research Fellowship, $8,000 Research

1991 Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada

Research Travel Grant (USSR) $2,000 Research

1991 Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research

Council (SSHRC) Doctoral Fellowship $14,060 Research

1990 Kunycia Foundation (University of Toronto

Chair of Ukrainian Studies Foundation) Doctoral

Research Fellowship $3,680 Research

1989 Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS), $10,400 Research

INTERNAL RESEARCH FUNDING:

2010 Saint Paul University Research Committee, for presentation of paper at Congress of the Societas Orientalium Liturgiarum in Volos, Greece, on English Translations of the Septuagint Psalter for Use in Worship

2009 Saint Paul University Research Committee, for presentation of paper at Conference on Byzantine Liturgical Music, University of Prešov, Slovakia, $1,000

2006 Saint Paul University Research Committee, for presentation of plenary address at Congress of the Society for Oriental Liturgy, Eichstätt, Germany, $1,000

2005 Saint Paul University Research Committee, for presentation of paper at Societas Liturgica, Dresden, Germany, $1,000

2003 Saint Paul University Research Committee, for presentation of paper at Societas Liturgica, Eindhoven, Holland, $1,000

2002 Saint Paul University Research Committee, for presentation of paper at American Academy of Religion, Toronto, $1,000

2001 Saint Paul University Research Committee, for presentation of paper at Congress of Societas Liturgica, University of Santa Clara, $1,000.

2000 Saint Paul University Research Committee, for presentation of paper at St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto Conference on Byzantine Monasticisms, $885.

2000 Saint Paul University Research Committee, for presentation of paper at Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Edmonton, Alberta, $1,500.

1998 Saint Paul University Research Committee, for presentation of paper at Pontifical Oriental Institute, Rome, $1,500.

1996 Saint Paul University Research Committee, to present paper at Congress of Societas Liturgica, Turku, Finland, $1,500.

PUBLICATIONS:

Life-time summary

Books authored 1

Books edited 2

Internet Publication edited 1

Chapters in book 21

Articles in scholarly journals 25

Major invited contributions to reference works 3

Articles of “Haute Vulgarisation” after 1993 16

Abstracts and/or papers read 49

Others

Workshops presented 62

Book reviews in refereed journals 18

Books Authored:

The Theology and Liturgical Work of Andrei Sheptytsky (1865-1944), Orientalia Christiana Analecta 272 (Rome: Pontificio Istituto Orientale, 2004), pp. 524.

Books Edited:

The Divine Liturgy: An Anthology for Worship, (Ottawa: Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, 2004), pp. 1160 + xiv.

Unité en division: Les lettres de Lev Gillet (“Un moine de l’Eglise d’Orient”) à Andrei Cheptytsky – 1921-1929 (Paris: Parole et Silence, 2009), pp. 328.

Internet Publication Edited :

The Slavonic-English Analytical Catalogue of Liturgical Manuscripts in Ukrainian Repositiories (SEACLMUR) at www.sheptytskyinstitute.ca/seaclmur.

Chapters in Books:

1. “The Council Diary of Metropolitan Maxim Hermaniuk and Turning Points in the History of the Catholic Church: An Interpretation,” in Vatican II: Expériences canadiennes / Canadian Experiences, ed. Michael Attridge, Catherine E. Clifford, Gilles Routhier (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2011), 226-238.

2. “Sacrosanctum Concilium and Byzantine Catholic Worship and Chant,” in ΤΟΞΟΤΗΣ: Studies for Stefano Parenti, ed. Daniel Galadza, Nina Glibetić, Gabriel Radle (Grottaferrata – Roma: Monastero Esarchico, 2010), 139-154.

3. “The Holy Spirit in Eastern Orthodox Worship: Historical Enfleshments and Contemporary Queries,” in The Spirit in Worship – Worship in the Spirit, ed. Teresa Berger (New York: Pueblo, 2009), 115-140.

4. “Про книжку та її автора: Передмова до українського видання” [About the book and its author: An introduction to the Ukrainian edition] in За життя світу: Таїнства і православ’я [For the life of the world: Sacraments and Orthodoxy], Александр Шмеманн [Alexander Schmemann] (Lviv: Ukrainian Catholic University, 2009), 7-20.

5. “The Kule Family Chair of Eastern Christian Liturgy,” in Champions of Philanthropy: Peter and Doris Kule and Their Endowments, ed. Serge Cipko (Edmonton and Ottawa: Kule Endowment Group, 2009), 41-54.

6. “Eastern Catholic Christianity” in Kenneth Parry, ed. Blackwell Companion to Eastern Christianity (Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2007), 291-318.

7. “Orthodox Worship,” in Craig Noll, ed. The Eerdmans-Brill Encyclopedia of Christianity, vol. 5 (Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2007).

8. “Response to Hans-Jürgen Feulner on the ‘Preparatory Rites’ of the Armenian Divine Liturgy,” in Roberta R. Ervine, ed., Worship Traditions in Armenia and the Neighboring Christian East, Traditions of the Armenian Christian Tradition 3 (Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press and St. Nersess Armenian Seminary, 2006), 119-125.

9. “Books, Liturgical 2: Eastern Churches,” in Paul Bradshaw, ed., The New Westminster Dictionary of Liturgy and Worship (Louisville – London: Westminster John Knox Press, 2002), 67-72.

10. “Kostelnik, Gavryil,” in Gregorii Tsiorokh et al., eds, Katolicheskaia Entsiklopedia, vol. 2 (Moscow: 2004), 206.

11. “The Reception of the Second Vatican Council by Greco-Catholics in Ukraine” [in Ukrainian] in Borys Gudziak et al., eds. Kovcheh: Naukovyi Zbirnyk iz tserkovnoi istorii, chyslo 3 [The ark: A scholarly anthology of articles on church history, no. 3], (Lviv: Institute of Church History, 2001), 377-399 [A translation of the article from Communio listed below as item 12 in “Papers in Scholarly Journals.” Translation by Marianna Prokopovych and Roman Zaviysky, commissioned by Lviv Institute of Church History].

12. “Baumstark’s Kievan Contemporary, Mikhail Skaballanovich (1871-1931): A Biographical Sketch and Analysis of His Heortology,” in Comparative Liturgy Fifty Years after Anton Baumstark, Robert Taft and Gabriele Winkler, eds., (Rome: Pontificio Istituto Orientale and Lehrstuhl für Liturgiewissenschaft Universität Tübingen, 2001), 761-775.

13. “A Comparative Theological Analysis of the 1968 and 1988 Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Translations of the Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom” [in Ukrainian] in M. Petrovych et al., eds., Contemporary Ukrainian Theological Terminology: From Historical Traditions to New Conceptions – Proceedings of the All-Ukrainian Scholarly Conference Held in Lviv, 13-15 May, 1998, (Lviv: Institute of Theological Terminology and Translations, Lviv Theological Academy, 1998), 33-49.

14. “The Parish’s Liturgical Life: An Agenda for Renewal,” [in Ukrainian] in The Proceedings of the Lviv Archeparchial Council of the Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church (Lviv-Rudno: The Lviv Archeparchy, 1998), 75-85.

15. “The Liturgical Question on the Eve of the Union of Brest and the Development of ‘Uniate’ Worship during the 17th Century,” in Borys Gudziak and Oleh Turiy, ed., The Union of Brest and the Internal Life of the Ruthenian Church [in Ukrainian] (L’viv, Ukraine: Institute of Church History, 1996), 1-53.

16. “The Historical Fate of Ukrainian Greco-Catholics beyond the Borders of Ukraine after World War II,” The New Evangelization: Informational Bulletin for the Council of the Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church (L’viv: Secretariat of the UCC Council, 1996), 20-25.

17. “Ecclesial Integrity and Effective Pastoring: Validating the Spirit’s Gifts to Particular Churches,” in Roma M. Hayda and Andrew Sorokowski, ed., Crisis and Opportunity – The Ukrainian Catholic Church in the 1990’s (Boston and L’viv: Svichado, 1996), 42-53.

18. “An Analysis of the Mohyla Kiev Liturgicon of 1639,” [in Ukrainian] in Leiturgiarion: The Service Book of the Divine Liturgy Published at the Monastery of the Caves, Kiev, 1639 [facsimile edition] (Fairfax, Virginia: Eastern Christian Publications, 1996), pp. A-1 to A-22.

19. “Abbot Boniface Luykx: Liturgist and Liturgisatel,” in A. Chirovsky, ed., Following the Star from the East (Ottawa: Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, 1992), 31-40.

20. “Abbot Boniface Luykx: An Annotated Chronological Bibliography,” ibid., 41-48.

21. “…As We Join in Thanksgiving,” in T.V. Lozynsky, ed., He Dwells in Our Midst: Reflections on Eastern Christianity (St. Catharines, ON: St. Sophia Religious Association, 1988), 39-50.

Papers in Scholarly Journals:

1. “The Liturgical Commemoration of Augustine in the Orthodox Church: An Ambiguous Lex Orandi for an Ambiguous Lex Credendi,” St. Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly 52 (2008): 111-30.

2. “The Structure of the Eastern Churches: Bonded with Human Blood or Baptismal Water?” Pro Ecclesia 17 (2008): 373-86.

3. “Introduction to the Re-Print of Sections from the Rev. Petro Krypiakevych’s Molytvennyk” [in Ukrainian], KAΛΟΦΩΝΙΑ 4 (2008): 17-30.

4. “Schmemann between Fagerberg and Reality: Towards an Agenda for Byzantine Christian Pastoral Liturgy,” Bollettino della Badia Greca di Grottaferrata, terza serie 4 (2007): 7-32.

5. “Liturgy and Heaven in the Eastern Rites,” Antiphon: A Journal for Liturgical Renewal 10 (2006): 155-73.

6. “Radical Orthodoxy, Eastern Christianity, and Liturgical Enactments of Economic Truth,” Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 47 (2006): 103-142.

7. “Principles Applied in the Compilation and Translation of The Divine Liturgy: An Anthology for Worship,” Studia Liturgica 35 (2005): 81-99.

8. “The Evolution of Funerals for Monks in the Byzantine Realm – 10th to 16th Centuries,” Orientalia Christiana Periodica 70 (2004): 225-57.

9. “Lev Gillet (‘A Monk of the Eastern Church’) and His Spiritual Father Andrei Sheptytsky: An Analysis of Their Correspondence, 1921-1929,” Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 43-45 (2002-2004): 57-81.

10 “The Liturgical Identity of the Ukrainian Catholic Church as a Locus Theologicus: Several Theological and Pastoral Proposals” [in Ukrainian], Bohoslovia 67 (2003): 72-83.

11. “Lost and Displaced Elements of the Byzantine Funeral Rites: Towards a Pastoral Re-appropriation,” Studia Liturgica 33 (2003): 62-74.

12. “The Liturgical Aspect of the Testament of Patriarch Josyf Slipyj” [in Ukrainian], Bohoslovia 66 (2002): 149-60.

13. “What is Eastern Catholic Theology?: Some Ecclesial and Programmatic Dimensions” [in Ukrainian], Bohoslovia 65 (2001): 198-206. Translation of item no. 17 below, done by Renata Kyveliuk and commissioned by the editorial board of Bohoslovia.

14. “A Response to Sophia Senyk on Nationalism and Proselytism in Ukraine: An Outsider’s Inside View,” Het Christelijk Oosten – Tijdschrift van het Institut voor Oosters Christendom te Nijmegen 53 (2001): 125-42.

15. “Theology as a Science: A Dialogue with a Post-Soviet Dinosaur” [in Ukrainian], Bohoslovia 64 (2000): 49-60.

16. “The Reception of the Second Vatican Council by Greco-Catholics in Ukraine,” Communio: International Catholic Review 27 (2000): 312-39.

17. “What is Eastern Catholic Theology?: Some Ecclesial and Programmatic Dimensions,” Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 39 (1998): 59-70.

18. “Liturgy and Life: The Appropriation of the ‘Personalization of Cult’ in East-Slavic Orthodox Liturgiology, 1869-1996,” Studia Liturgica 28 (1998): 210-31.

19. “Worship at the Crossroads of East and West: Andrey Sheptytsky’s Liturgical Work,” Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 36 (1995): 69-84.

20. “Liturgical Latinization and Kievan Ecumenism: Losing the Koinê of Koinonia,” Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 35 (1994): 173-94.

21. “Tyt Myshkovsky: The Esteemed Russophile of the Lviv Greco-Catholic Theological Academy,” Journal of Ukrainian Studies 18 (1993): 93-122.

22. “Canadian Ukrainian Catholic Worship: Towards a Framework for Analysis,” Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 34 (1993); 246-66.

23. “The Role of Icons in Byzantine Worship,” Studia Liturgica 21 (1991): 113-44.

24. “Restoring the Icon: Reflections on the Reform of Byzantine Worship,” Worship 65 (1991): 238-55.

25. “Eastern Orthodox Responses to the BEM Ministry Section,” One in Christ 25 (1990): 94-105.

Lesser Contributions to Reference Works:

Advisor for Paul R. Magocsi and Ivan Pop, eds., Encyclopedia of Rusyn History and Culture (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002), see p. xiii.

Articles of “Haute Vulgarisation,” (Not Including the More than Twenty Written before 1993), and Editorials in Scholarly Journals:

1. “Married Eastern Catholic Priests: the Continuing Saga of Identifying ‘Latin’ with ‘Catholic’,” Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 51 (2010): 219-28.

2. “A Proposal for the Restoration of Gradual Initiation into the Church Culminating in Baptism-Chrismation during a Parish Sunday Liturgy,” Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 51 (2010): 341-54.

3. “Rome’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and Ukrainian Ecumenism: A Plea for Clarity,” Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 51 (2010): 1-4.

4. “Elements of a Vision for the Effective Synthesis of Universal Primacy and Collegiality,” Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 50 (2009): 413-18.

5. “Viky vichni chy viky vikiv?” [in Ukrainian], Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 43-45 (2002-2004): 361-67.

6. “Editorial” [Honouring Robert Taft, SJ], Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 41-42 (2000-2001): 1-2.

7. “The Liturgical Aspect of the Catechetical Directory of the Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church” [in Ukrainian], Bohoslovia 64 (2000): 116-120.

8. “The Future of Eastern Catholic Theology,” Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 39 (1998): 1-3.

9. “‘Tayinstvo, taina, sakrament’:Korotka bohoslovska studiia” [A theological note on Ukrainian terminology for sacraments], Yedynymy ustamy [The Bulletin of the Institute of Theological Terminology and Translations, Lviv, Ukraine] 1, no. 2 (1998): 34-36.

10. “Going to the Centre to Find the Real: The Centrality of Liturgy in Theological Formation,” Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 38 (1997): 293-307.

11. “Worship and Ecumenism among Eastern Christians,” Ecumenism 122 (1996): 17-20.

12. “Œcuménisme et liturgie chez les chrétiens d’Orient” [Translation of item no. 11 above],

Œcuménisme no. 122 (1996): 17-20.

13. “Marriage Rites in the Byzantine Tradition,” Liturgical Ministry 5 (1996): 27-33.

14. “Our Worship: How Divine? – Some Thoughts from ‘The East’,” Celebrate 34 (1995): 23-26.

15. “A New Commons? The Viability of Ukrainian-Canadian Organizational Structures in the 1990s and Beyond,” Polyphony 13 (1993): 56-59.

16. “Good News from Balamand,” Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 34 (1993): 332-34.

Book Reviews in Scholarly Journals:

Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies; Harvard Ukrainian Studies; Worship;

Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism; Saint Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly; Studia Canonica; New Theology Review; Journal of Ukrainian Studies

(Note that the above-cited reviews constitute only a portion of Peter Galadza’s published book reviews.)

Liturgical Booklets – Worship Aids:

1. Great Vespers with Propers for Saturday Evening (Ottawa: Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies), 124 pages [with musical notation].

2. Tropari, Kondaky i Prokimeny Vos’my Voskresnykh Hlasiv Halytskoho Napivu

(The Troparia, Kondakia and Prokeimena of the Eight Galician Ressurectional Tones –

Four-part harmonization), with Nadia Sawyn, Chicago: by the author, 1987.

3. Velyka Vechirnya (Great Vespers – Four-part harmonization of Galician Vespers chants), with Nadia Sawyn, Chicago: by the author, 1987.

4. Rite for the Renewal of Baptismal Commitment, Approved by Synod of Ukrainian Greek Catholic Bishops, October 1985, for use in celebrations of the Millennium of Christianity in Rus’-Ukraine.

Video Courses:

1. “Introduction to Liturgical Studies,” 30-hour video course, taped at Saint Paul University Institute of Social Communications, 1992.

Audio-visual:

1. “Come, Let Us Worship” – Audio-visual Kit on the Spirituality and Meaning

of Icons (80 slides, audio tape, guide text – 17 pages) Chicago: by the author, 1984.

2. “Here Shall Shine Forth the Grace of God,” – Audio-visual Kit on Early Ukrainian

Christian Spirituality (100 slides, audio tape in Ukrainian and English, guide text – 22 pages) Chicago: by the author, 1984

CHAPTERS OF WORKS BY OTHER SCHOLARS DEVOTED TO THE THOUGHT OF PETER GALADZA:

1. La riforma liturgica nel pensiero di P. Galadza,” Chapter 3, Part 3 in Marcel Mojzeš, Il movimento liturgico nelle Chiese bizantine: Analisi di alcune tendenze di reforma nel XX secolo, Bibliotheca “Ephemerides Liturgicae” Subsidia 132 (Rome: Edizioni Liturgiche, 2005), pp. 221-28.

SAMPLE OF PUBLICATIONS IN WHICH WORKS BY PETER GALADZA ARE CITED:

The following list derives from a haphazard review of diverse publications (or from off prints sent to Peter Galadza by the authors) from the period before 2007 rather than a systematic, current bibliographic search.

1. Robert F. Taft, “‘Eastern Presuppositions’ and Western Liturgical Renewal,” Antiphon: A Journal for Liturgical Renewal 5 (2000): 20. (Taft writes: “On this [Russian Orthodox] school [of liturgiology] see the excellent new study by Peter Galadza…”)

2. Robert F. Taft, “Eastern Catholic Theology – Is There Any Such Thing?,” Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 39 (1998): 42.

3. Thomas Pott, La réforme liturgique byzantine: Étude du phénomène de l’évolution non-spontanée de la liturgie byzantine, Bibliotheca “Ephemerides Liturgicae” Subsidia 104 (Rome: Edizioni Liturgiche, 2000), pp. 82, 213.

4. Bert Groen, “Burying the Dead is Christian, Burning Them is Pagan: The Present Controversy about Cremation in Greece and Greek Orthodox Funeral Rites,” Het Chistelijk Oosten: Tidschrift van het Instituut voor Oosters Christendom [Nijmegen] 53 (2001): 209, 215.

5. Lucian Turcescu, “Eastern Orthodox Reaction to the Ministry Section of the Lima Document,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies 33 (1996): 333.

6. Aidan Nichols, Looking at the Liturgy: A Critical View of Its Contemporary Form (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1996), 61.

7. Mathai Kadavil, “A Journey from East to West: Alexander Schmemann’s Contributions to Orthodoxy in the West,” Exchange 28 (1999): 241, 246.

8. Serge Keleher, “A Watchman before the Dawn: Metropolitan Andrew and Orientale Lumen,” Eastern Churches Journal 7 (2000): 80, 81, 83, 90, 91.

9. Richard Fabian, Worship at St. Gregory’s – Millennium Edition (San Francisco: All Saints’ Company, 2001), 17.

10. Vsevolod [Majdansky], “Uniatism Re-visited: An Orthodox Response to Father Cyril Korolevsky,” Ukrainian Orthodox Calendar (South Bound Brook, NJ: Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA, 2003), 233, 246.

11. Dale M. Schlitt, Theology and the Experience of God (New York: P.Lang, 2001), 70.

12. Alkiviadis C. Calivas, Essays in Theology and Liturgy, Vol. 3: Aspects of Orthodox Worship (Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 2003), 257, 273.

CONTRACTS FOR SIGNIFICANT SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING PROJECTS:

1. Contract offer from Liturgical Press, Collegeville, MN for Publication of Co-authored book on Byzantine Funeral Rites.

2. Contract with Institute of Theological Terminology, Lviv Theological Academy, for compiling and editing of A Liturgical Dictionary [in Ukrainian].

OTHER PUBLISHING PROJECTS UNDERWAY:

The Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies has agreed to co-publish the following collection of scholarly articles in liturgy, From Jerusalem to Kiev: Studies in Byzantine-Slav Liturgy.

MEMBERSHIP IN LEARNED SOCIETIES:

Societas Orientalium Liturgiarum (SOL)

Societas Liturgica

Society of Biblical Literature (SBL)

American Academy of Religion (AAR)

North American Academy of Liturgy (NAAL)

Association for the Study of Eastern Christian History and Culture (ASECHC)

Shevchenko Scientific Society

Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences

LANGUAGES:

Native speaker of English and Ukrainian;

Very good reading and speaking skills in French, Russian, Polish;

Very good reading knowledge of Hellenistic Greek, Church Slavonic, Italian;

Fair reading knowledge of Latin and German;

One year of undergraduate Mandarin.

PERSONAL INFORMATION:

Married since September, 1979 to Olenka Hanushevsky, BA, BEd, MA.

Children: Daniel, born 1981; Marika, born 1985; Ivanka, born 1992.

Ordained to the presbyterate, April 18, 1981

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Peter Galadza

October, 2011

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