Joining the Uniate in the Orthodox Church (1839): Origins, course, consequences

Authors

  • Yuliya Khytrovsʹka

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32420/1999.9.817

Abstract

The current complex inter-confessional relations in Ukraine compel the researcher to address their origins. In view of this, the issue raised by us is of increased interest.

One of the most notable events in the history of the n Orthodox Church of the XIX century. was joining it in 1839 by the Uniate. The elimination of the union and the conversion of the Uniates to the fold of the Russian Orthodox Church, and at the same time the weakening of the Polish landlord's land ownership and closely related Catholic church, attempted to implement autocracy in the second half of the XVIII century. In 1794, Catherine II issued an order to eliminate the union, but did not have time to implement it.

Published

1999-01-12

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