Tserkva i zhyttia (Chicago)

Tserkva i zhyttia (Chicago) («Церква і життя»; Church and Life). The bimonthly organ of the Metropolitan Lypkivsky Ukrainian Orthodox Brotherhood and the unofficial organ of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church (Conciliar) (UAOC[C]), published from 1957 to 1977 in Chicago (until 1971 it was printed in Neu-Ulm, Germany). The journal contained many documents on the history of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox church and on Metropolitan Vasyl Lypkivsky (including many of his writings and sermons), and articles on the activities of the UAOC(C) and religious and political topics. The editors were Mytrofan Yavdas and A. Yaremenko, and the contributors included P. Maievsky, O. Bykovets, S. Kindzeriavy-Pastukhiv, I. Hrushetsky, S. Hardansky, and Vasyl Dubrovsky. A total of 116 issues of the journal appeared. The Tserkva i Zhyttia publishing house issued Lypkivsky's Propovidi na nedili i sviata (Sermons for Sundays and Feast Days, 1969) and several other books.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 5 (1993).]

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