Work with students

Researchers of the Institute have developed and taught several courses:

– Course “History and spiritual comprehension of Resistance movement in Ukraine, 1960-1970” (15 hours, Myroslav Marynovych, February – May 2007, for the UCU students)

– Course “Religious freedom and the principles of the State and the Church relations” (30 hours, Lesya Kovalenko, September – January 2002–2003; February – June 2005, for the UCU Licentiate students)

– Course “Ecumenism” (15 hours, Myroslav Marynovych, 2002–2003, 2003–2004, 2004–2005 for students of Catechetical-Pedagogical Institute of the UCU)

The Institute organized a degree course, “Religious anthropology”. Lecturers: Fr Patrick de Laubier, Kostyantyn Sigov, Marek Dembicki (April 29 – May 7 2003)

Each year researchers of the Institute supervise student research (course and diploma papers). Here are some of them:

“Perspectives of the UGCC development” – Tetyana Shpaikher, 2007; supervisors M. Marynovych, L. Kovalenko

“Christian youth radio” – Andriy Andrushkiv, 2007; supervisors M. Marynovych, L. Kovalenko

“Cooperation of the State and the Church concerning social human rights protection: Analysis of selected documents of the UGCC, 1989–2004” – Kateryna Kovalyshyn (Klotz), 2006; supervisor L. Kovalenko

“Grounds of social justice in early Christianity and in Communism: Comparative analysis” – Iryna Tsiukh, 2005; supervisor L. Kovalenko

“Television in light of documents by the Catholic Church on means of social communication” – Olha Bosak, 2004; supervisor M. Marynovych, consultant L. Kovalenko

“The Church in the political life of Ukraine” – Mykola Rudko, 2002; scholarly consultant L. Kovalenko

“The Eastern Catholic Churches in ecumenical dialogue” – Taras Kurylets, 2001; scholarly consultants M. Marynovych, L. Kovalenko

“Importance of social and administrative work of Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky in the perspective of modernity” – Zynoviy Svereda, 2001; scholarly consultants M. Marynovych, L. Kovalenko

“Study group Kyiv Churches: history and evaluations” – Taras Hrynchyshyn, 2000; scholarly consultants Fr B. Gudziak, M. Marynovych