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Ukraïnsʹka katolyt͡sʹka t͡serkva

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    • Chiesa cattolica ucraina
    • Ecclesia Catholic Ucraina
    • Greco-Catholic Church in Ukraine
    • Greek Catholic Church, Ukrainian
    • Kościół Bizantyńsko-ukraińsky
    • Pomisna Ukraïnsʹka katolyt͡sʹka t͡serkva
    • Pomisna Ukraïnsʹka (rusʹka) katolyt͡sʹka t͡serkva
    • Ukrainische griechisch-katholische Kirche
    • UHKT͡S
    • UGCC
    • Ukrainian Catholic Church
    • Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church
    • Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church
    • Ukraińska grecko-katolicka Cerkiew
    • Ukraïnsʹka hreko-katolyt͡sʹka t͡serkva
    • Українська греко-католицька церква
    • Українська католицька церква
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      • found: Hreko-katolyt͡sʹkyĭ t͡serkovnyĭ kalendar, 1988:t.p. (Hreko-katolyt͡sʹkoho obri͡adu v Polʹshchi) p. 3 (Hrekokatolyt͡sʹkoï t͡serkvy v Polʹshchi) p. 160 (Greckokatolickiego obrza̜dku w Polsce)
      • found: Encyc. of Ukraine:v. 5, p. 360-365 (Ukrainian Catholic Church (Ukrainska katolytska tserkva); the current name of the Ukrainian Catholic Church (UCC) that belongs to the group of Eastern or Byzantine rite churches in communion with the Roman Catholic Church and recognize the spiritual and administrative authority of the pope. These eastern churches are also called "particular" (pomisni), because they are hierarchically, canonically, liturgically, and culturally autonomous, although they belong to the association of particular churches that forms the Universal Church. The name "Ukrainian Catholic Church" has been used popularly and in official Vatican documents since the early 1960's to refer to all Ukrainian Catholics in the diaspora and the underground (until 1989) church in Ukraine. It replaced the term "Greek Catholic Church" which had been used since the 18th century, and the official term "Ecclesia Ruthena Unita" used by the Vatican. UCC leaders favored the new term because it recognized the national character of the church; prevented confusion that arose with such terms as "Greek Catholic, Ruthenus, or Ruthenian", and implied the spiritual and administrative unity of Ukrainian emigrants with the church in Ukraine (which had been outlawed since 1946). Not all Ukrainian Catholics outside Ukraine belong directly to the UCC); v. 1, p. 205-206 (article under Berestia, Church Union of: an agreement, proclaimed in 1596 between the Ruthenian (Ukrainian-Belorussian) Orthodox Church in Poland and Lithuania and the Holy See)
      • found: Typyk Ukraïnsʹkoi katolyt͡sʹkoï t͡serkvy, 1992:added t.p. (Chiesa cattolica ucraina)
      • found: O toźsamość grekokatolików, 1992:p.3 ( ... Cerkwi greckokatolickiej w Polsce; official name Kościół Bizantyńsko-ukraińsky) p.5 (... Ukraïnsʹkoï hreko-katolyt͡skoï t͡serkvy)
      • found: Dokumenty do istoriï Ukraïnsʹkoï hreko-katolyt͡sʹkoï t͡serkvy u Polʹshchi u 1947-1960-kh rokakh, 1996:t.p. (Ukraïnsʹkoï hreko-katolyt͡sʹkoï t͡serkvy) t.p. verso (UHKT͡S) p. 268, etc. (Ukraińska grecko-katolicka Cerkiew, Ukrainian Catholic Church, Ukrainische griechisch-katolische Kirche)
      • found: Németh, Thomas Mark. Eine Kirche nach der Wende, 2005:t.p. (die Ukrainische Griechisch-Katholische Kirche)
      • found: Ukrainian Catholic National Shrine website, May 12, 2011:(Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church; Ukrainian Catholic Church) -
      • found: Rome Reports TV News Agency website, May 12, 2011:(Greco-Catholic Church in Ukraine) -
      • found: Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, 2014:(Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church--alternatively known as the Ukrainian Catholic Church, the Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church, and Ukraïnsʹka katolyt͡sʹka t͡serkva)
      • found: Patrii͡arkhalʹnyĭ ustav Pomisnoï Ukraïnsʹkoï (rusʹkoï) katolyt͡sʹkoï t͡serkvy, 1974:t.p. (Pomisna Ukraïnsʹka katolyt͡sʹka t͡serkva) p. 9 (Ukraïnsʹka katolyt͡sʹka t͡serkva) p. 21 (Ecclesia Catholic Ucraina) p. 33 (Ukrainian Catholic Church) p. 45 (Chiesa Cattolica Ucraina)
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      • 1994-03-23: new
      • 2018-09-07: revised
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