The New Independent Orthodox Church in Ukraine

  title={The New Independent Orthodox Church in Ukraine},
  author={Andriy Mykhaleyko},
  journal={Comparative Southeast European Studies},
  pages={476 - 499}
  • Andriy Mykhaleyko
  • Published 1 December 2019
  • History
  • Comparative Southeast European Studies
Abstract In January 2019, the Ukrainian Orthodoxy received what is known as the tomos from the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, which established the independent Orthodox Church in Ukraine. The granting of autocephaly to the Orthodox Christians of Ukraine caused a deep crisis in the Orthodoxy and a conflict between Constantinople and Moscow. The Russian Orthodox Church (ROC) condemned the Ecumenical Patriarch’s action and accused the Patriarchate of Constantinople of encroaching on… 
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