Talk:Church of Ukraine

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AUTONOMOUS UKRAINIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH IN AMERICA

A BRIEF HISTORY

Apostolic Age: Andrew the Apostle, negotiating the Dnipro River, prophesied that a great city would be built upon the site of what is now known as Kyiv and that God would cause many Churches to rise upon the hills of the city.

c. 860 - Cyrillic alphabet formulated by Greek brothers, Saints Cyril and Methodius.

955 - Saints Ol’ha & Volodymyr’s grandmother, accepted Orthodox baptism from the Greeks, perhaps in Constantinople.

988 - Baptism of the inhabitants of Rus’-Ukraine in the Dnipro River by Orthodox clergy from Constantinople.

988-1240 - Many churches are built and monasteries established, including: the Church of the Tithes, Monastery of the Dormition, Cathedral of St. Sophia, St. Michael’s Monastery.

1015 - First saints of Ukrainian Church, Ss. Boris & Hlib, are martyred.

1051 - First native Ukrainian, Metropolitan Ilarion, is enthroned as Metropolitan of Kyiv and All Rus’ - head of the Ukrainian Church.

1147 - Metropolitan Klym is enthroned as Metropolitan of Kyiv; Ukraine’s canonical dependence upon Constantinople diminishes. Moscow is established and settled by Prince Yuri Dolgoruky.

1240 - Mongols destroy Kyiv. For reasons of safety, the Metropolitans of Kyiv eventually reside in Moscow [after 1325].

1415 - Moscow Church formally separated from Kyivan Metropolitanate. By 1448, Moscow metropolitans bear the title “Metropolitan of Moscow.

Autonomy

Though the designation may be correct in a general political sense, it is incorrect in a strict legal sense. the Moscow patriarchate has been insisting that the Church of Ukraine has a status of a "self-governing Church with the powers of wide autonomy" and expilicitly rejected calling it an autonomous Church.Max 18:30, December 25, 2008 (UTC)

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